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    lara captan, schlomoff, letters movement, open atelier, guest artist

    For the weekend of Saturday 19th & Sunday 20th of May 2018

    I'm inviting Lara Captan for a special joint exhibition, in my atelier. You are welcome.


    Label Impatience - Het Atelier Jérôme Schlomoff - Amsterdam

    Lijnbaansgracht 66, 1015 GV, Amsterdam

     Opening hours:

    Saturday 19th May: 14:00 – 19:00 / Sunday 20th May: 14:00 – 17:00

    Phone: 020-23 30 314

    LETTERS, MOVEMENT” Lara Captan.

    In my world, Arabic letters are made of motions within. 

    They embody traces of a long line of master calligraphers’ gestures, thoughts & artistic refinement.

    They are inhabited by shifting technologies that reflect the environments in which these changes keep taking place. 

    In this exhibition, you will visit fragments of my life, dedicated to playing with elemental systems, to making typefaces that tell stories of, movements.


    “LETTERS, MOVEMENT” Jérôme Schlomoff.

    I saw in the gestures of Lara's writing a whole moving world, so I wanted to make a film of the construction of her Arabic typeface. The result is like a typographic choreography.



    Born in Beirut, Lara is an independent type designer & typographer based in Amsterdam. She currently develops Arabic typefaces in an alternative technology called ACE [Advanced Composition Engine] - invented by a Dutch company called DecoType - as well as in the widespread OpenType technology. She regularly speaks at conferences around the world; and is, along with Kristyan

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    “Het Licht, altijd & opnieuw het licht”paul versteeg, schlomoff, Het Licht, altijd & opnieuw het licht, open atelier, guest artist

    Painting by Paul Versteeg                           Photograph by Jérôme Schlomoff


    For the weekend of Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th of May 2018,

    I invite Paul Versteeg for a special joint exhibition in my atelier. You are welcome

    Location :

    Label Impatience - Het Atelier Jérôme Schlomoff - Amsterdam

    Lijnbaansgracht 66, 1015 GV, Amsterdam

    Opening hours :

    Saturday 5th May : 14:00 - 19:00 / Sunday 6th May : 14:00 - 17:00

    Phone 020 23 30 314


    “Het Licht, altijd & opnieuw het licht”

     "The light, always & still the light". By Paul Versteeg.

    Paul Versteeg is a Dutch painter. When 20 years old, he assisted Marc Chagall for the creation of the ceiling paintings in the Opera Garnier in Paris. He is passionated with the observation of light phenomena. The series of paintings presented for the exhibition depicts a little street in Cabrières d’Aigues that is a village in Lubéron, France. During four years, on a regular basis, Paul has been painting this place under different kinds of lights.

    He currently gives drawing and painting lessons in his studio established on a boat moored on the Amstel river, Amsterdam. He also teaches colour theory at the Master program on conservation and restoration of cultural heritage of the University of Amsterdam.


    "The light, always & still the light". By Jérôme Schlomoff.

    For this exhibition, I present a series of photographs taken aboard Paul Verteeg's boat atelier. These images were taken over a period of 4 years and constitute a testimony about the artist.


    More info Paul Versteeg : www.paulversteeg.eu

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  • Blonde Redhead Meets Gainsbourg on IFFR Unleashed

    Blonde Redhead Meets Gainsbourg

    "Spring & by Summer Fall"

    is now live on the platform of International Film Festival Rotterdam Unleashed


    spring & by summer fall-RIPBM.jpg


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  • Portrait of Jean-Michel Basquiat - Already 30 ans

    jean-michel basquiat, schlomoff, jean-luc piété, portraitPlatinum print 40x50 by Jean-Luc Piété. Paris

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    lisianne sloots, jerome schlomoff, label impatience, mental landscape, mentale landschappen, guest artist, open atelier

                            Drawing by Lisanne Sloots                                       Photograph by Jérôme Schlomoff


     For the weekend of Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th of January 2018 

    Jérôme Schlomoff has invited Lisanne Sloots for a special joint exhibition.


    Label Impatience - Het Atelier Jérôme Schlomoff - Amsterdam

    Lijnbaansgracht 66, 1015 GV, Amsterdam

    Opening hours:

    Saturday 27th January: 14:00 - 19:00 / Sunday 28th January: 14:00 – 17:00

    Telephone: 020-23 30 314 // 06 38 46 73 94


     “Mental landscapes”, Lisanne Sloots.

    These landscapes were inspired by the material – charcoal on paper – and by my wish to draw more freely as I explored themes like skin, home, and heart. Here and there, the charcoal is combined with water and used as pigment; at other times, it serves as a tone, or drawing material.

    All at once, surprisingly new things started happening on the paper, and I reacted to those, too. Drawings from life, flowing from my hand onto the paper. Moments, moods, thoughts took shape. Organic, powerful, vulnerable!

    These drawings, together with my research into the different types of charcoal produced by different trees, and my artistic use of it, are presented here. My fascination for black and white, material, and trees, come together in this project.


    “Mental Landscapes”, Jérôme Schlomoff.

    I particularly like the “acheiropoietos” images. These images not created by humans. Here, mold on a wall. There, a stain of moisture on curtain, and each time a mental universe opens to our eyes creating landscapes, like so many forests, seaside, snowy mountains... It is a question of observation and interpretation of the world around us, and I like to capture these ghostly landscapes…


    “Mentale Landschappen”, Lisanne Sloots.

    Deze landschappen ontstonden vanuit het materiaal: houtskool op papier en de wens om vrijer te tekenen vanuit thema's als huid, huis en hart. Dan weer wordt het houtskool als pigment gebruikt opgelost in water, dan weer als toon of als tekenmateriaal, scherp en/of zacht.

    Soms gebeurde er totaal verassende nieuwe dingen op het papier en reageerde ik daar weer op. Tekeningen die vanuit mij, vanuit het leven zo het papier op vloeien. Momenten, stemmingen, gedachten kregen vorm. Organisch, krachtig en kwetsbaar!

    Deze tekeningen samen met het onderzoek naar de diverse soorten houtskool en het gebruik daarvan in het tekenen laat ik zien. Mijn fascinatie voor het zwart-wit, het materiaal en de bomen gecombineerd in dit project.

    MORE INFORMATION   Lisanne Sloots   www.lisanne-sloots.nl

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