Pieter Laurens Mol at Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam

We are delighted that Pieter Laurens Mol is currently exhibiting at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.

This intimate presentation shows various works by artist Pieter Laurens Mol (Breda, 1946) from the period 1970 – 2000. The works – photographs, installation and drawings – are related to Mol’s own memories of Vincent van Gogh and the province of Brabant, the region from which both men originate.

For the presentation on the third floor of the museum, the artist has selected the installation Lament Superior, 1991 from collection Van Abbe Museum, Eindhoven, two large photo works Winter over Spring (Forest Zone), 1994 from the collection of Ludmila Danon, Brussels, a smaller painting titled Coucher de Soleil, 1987, private collection, The Hague, and a group of early drawings from 1968-1975.  Elsewhere in the museum is installed, Vincent, Painter of the Free Range, 1992. It is the first time that these works have been brought together in this manner.

This exhibition is part of a series of presentations of modern and contemporary art at the Van Gogh Museum showing how later generation artists have been inspired by van Gogh, and follows recent presentations of works by John Chamberlain, Francis Bacon, Edvard Munch, Frank Auerbach, Willem de Kooning, Zeng Fanzhi, Peter Doig and expressionist paintings from the Merzbacher collection.

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