Unique offer last Camion photos Aimée Terburg

Aimée Terburg
‘The Knightrider’ 2007
inktjetprint on polystyrene, glossy laminated
30 x 22 x 2 cm
€ 125.-

Let’s pause for a moment. All of a sudden the photoproject by Aimée Terburg from 2007 with hundreds backsides of trucks (Camions) is more topical than ever. Trucks you often encounter on the road but never really pay attention to, unless they drive too slowly. Photographed during their break to catch your eye. Diesel fumes. Steel. Morning rush hour. Holliday. Stange license plates. Destinations. Loads. Framed areas of color. Dirt. Retreived on the road: found paintings. The parallel with her recent work is obvious.

One-and-a-half-meter-special

Now that we are all put in a state of pause and awareness, we have a unique offer to make art flow: the last four Camions from her own workshop now for sale with a reduction and a 10% donation to the Food Bank in Groningen. Three small ones and one larger. Something for everyone.

Check https://www.camions2go.com for more info or email info@debsaysyes.org

Aimée Terburg
‘Houteinde’ 2007
inktjetprint on polystyrene, glossy laminated
30 x 22 x 2 cm
€ 125.-


Aimée Terburg
‘De Aardappel-SF’ 2007
inktjetprint on polystyrene, glossy laminated
30 x 22 x 2 cm
€ 125.-


Aimée Terburg
‘Bulthuis’ 2007
inktjetprint on polystyrene, glossy laminated
55 x 40 x 2 cm
€ 325,-

Special donation by Franz Licht

Franz Licht is an extraordinary artist. He never sells his works. He only gives them out as a donation, on loan or on permanent loan. So that he likes the initiative of Debsaysyes so much, that he asked if he could donate a work for us to sell is a really one of a kind opportunity.

His work deals with the different manifestations of concrete art. It offers pronounced references to color fields and hardedge painting, as well as architecture. He prefers to work serially and his focus is on conveying clarity and the execution of highest quality of craftsmanship. Franz Licht does not focus on the interpretation of his works, but rather on sensing, perception and the experience of viewing.

The work that is now for sale at Debsaysyes is called DSY20, was made for us in 2020, acrylic on fibre board, 20×20 cm (7.88×7.88 inch), framed and signed at the back.

The special Debsaysyes price is €250,-. That is inclusive of shipping in Europe.

When buying this work, you not only get a great piece of art that would otherwise not be attainable, you also support our non profit foundation in making art flow and allowing artists to show and sell their work. An ambition that is ever so important in these crazy times. To keep in line with Franz’ idea of donating his work, we offer the buyer to select a charity of choice, to which we will donate €100,–.

Franz Licht was born in 1961 near Karlsruhe. He is a selftaught artist who now lives and works in the north of Germany. For more works, please check www.franz-licht.de

You’re not alone

The Easter days will be different this year. Reason for us to build a new online exhibition. Easter without art is impossible.

It’s a duo exhibition with works by Barry Camps and photography by Paul Brouwer. An idea we’ve had for some time now: their works seem made for eachother.

Barry is Debsaysyes artist from the beginning and the online expo with a guest artist he appreciates, seems like a good idea in these times of isolation.
The works party together and we as spectators can party with them.

The expo wil be online during the remainder of April. Enjoy and stay healthy.

Link

Expo Berlin

Christiane Ainsley joins Debsaysyes as new artist

Debsaysyes is very proud to announce the participation of Christiane Ainsley as new artist. Her works represent an exiting new spectre of art tor the foundation. In essence what Debsaysyes is about: small but very internse.

Christiane Ainsley (Valleyfield, Canada, 1955) graduated in visual arts from the University of Quebec in Montreal. In 2001 she decided to settle in Barjols, the Var, France, with artist John Francis. They have been living and working there ever since.

Since the late 1980s she has continued her research on the qualities of color, in relation to the density of the material and the trace of the gesture. She keeps working over older works time and time again. She started 2020 working with new bases, so a new challenge lies ahead.

She has been president of the association artmandat since 2006. In 2013, she began working with the ceramist Michel Muraour. She has made herself known in Canada, notably through two exhibitions devoted to emerging artists presented at the Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art. Since than, Christiane has participated in many exhibitions in Canada and France and her works have been included in several collections.

‘Attending’ by Witte Wartena now available as book

Representing a scene of a past moment, is the principal thought in the works of the Dutch artist Witte Wartena in his series »Attending«. Exhibition is captured as a situation. The focus of the works are people and events, which can be identified by the work titles and the name register. Witte Wartena’s works invites you to reflect on exhibitions. When was a room designed and for whom? Which people are in the space, who uses it? What distinguishes an exhibition venue and the staging of it?

The catalog shows a section of the Berlin gallery and art scene. 47 weeks of exhibitions in 47 drawings from the exhibition openings.

The book »Attending« with tekst by Ulrike Oppelt is edited in a limited edition of 200 by Art In Flow, Berlin. The tekst is in German and English, size 21 x 14,8 cm, softcover, 60 pages. The book is available through the artist himself: witte@wartena.nl. The book costs €10.– plus €5,– shippingfee in Europe. Check this link to browse through the book.