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Jan Maarten Voskuil


There Is No Point In Light Blue, 2009.

Jan Maarten Voskuil is a Dutch artist, he uses 3D canvases for his paintings.


There Is No Point In Orange.
There is no point in blue.
There is no point in black.
No Point In Yellow.

Gettin Square (grey), 2009. 
Vergulde lijst, 2002. 


Stuck in Budweis, 2008.
There Is No Point In Orange, 2007.
No Grip in Blue, 2009.
No Grip , 2007.


 Getting Stuck in Budweis, 2008.
Light Blue Square, 2009.

Jan Maarten Voskuil is often described as a spatial 'painter' to explain the fact that he mostly uses paint, stretchers and linen for his work. His stretchers are made three dimensional, leading to a linen painting surface that is both spheroid and curved. In his minimalist paintings he crosses many borders of other territories as sculpture, installation art and architecture. He usually refers to his works as pieces of concrete art; works that do not need to be further explained.
Jan Maarten Voskuil (Arnhem, 1964) lives and works in Haarlem...

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