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paul versteeg


    “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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  • films de l'impatience - new logo

    Discover the new logo for the "films de l'impatience".

    In 2001, I used a photograph of the curtains of the Carnegie Library of Reims to create the logo : "label impatience," by isolating the contours of a figure in profile, with a mask on his face, as suggested by the stains and lacerations in a old curtain of the library.

    Today I filmed a curtain of the houseboat of the Dutch artist Paul Versteeg, in Amsterdam, to extract from the ghostly landscape, formed by spots, a new ghostly figure for the new logo of the "films de l'impatience."

    I invite you to see this generic on my VIMEO page

    click the link below the image

    schlomoff, films de l'impatience, logo, paul versteeg

    (still image - detail)


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