Published by nai010 publishers. Text by Louise Schouwenberg, Robert Zandvliet.
I Owe You the Truth in Painting surveys recent work by Dutch painter Robert Zandvliet (born 1970), known for his large paintings of everyday objects rendered in clear outlines and monochrome blocks. Unique book design by Irma Boom.
When Robert Zandvliet began these small paintings, they served as studies for his larger ones. More recently, they have taken on their own qualities, colors gushing into one another, blotches and splatters, with a spontaneity Zandvliet would also like to export. "The directness in the small piece I also want in the large one. I am working on getting on top of this, but it simply takes many long years."
Published by Richter Verlag. Essays by Volker Adolphs, Max Wechsler and Hans den Hartog Jager.
From his early depictions of everyday objects--windows, cameras, rearview mirrors--the Dutch painter Robert Zandvliet has moved to landscapes, and into the force field between figuration and abstraction. His motifs increasingly give ground to the application of his paint in willful compositions whose effects activate alternate ways of seeing. Beyond the Horizon presents, for the first time, the past decade of his work.
Published by nai010 publishers/Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Essays by Rudi Fuchs and Leontine Coelewij.
This publication focuses on the recent landscape paintings of the young Dutch architect Robert Zandvliet. These large-scale paintings rendered with broad brush strokes show the progression of his work toward abstractions that are the mere suggestion of landscape.
Published by Peter Blum Edition, New York. By Elaine Equi. Artwork by Robert Zandvliet. Text by Vincent Katz, Peter Blum.
In the fall of 1999, Dutch painter Robert Zandvliet produced, along with master printer Maurice Sanchez, a monotype project entitled The Varick Series. Zandvliet, one of the most talented and innovative painters of his generation, specializes in landscape painting.