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Peter Gentenaar: Paper Delights

Peter Gentenaar’s Street Baroque (above) is one of  his lyrical works  in hand-made paper that defy definition.  More than 100 of the ephemeral sculptures were hung in an abbey church at Saint-Riquier,  France,  in an exhibition that drew significant attention.

Gentenaar, based in The Netherlands, has a comprehensive set of installation photos of the French sculptures, here.   He also exhibits widely and installs in corporations.

-Deloitte head office, Maastoren, Rotterdam

His latest exhibition at Koornmarktspoort began in January and ended last weekend.

- Water Sleutel 3 x 1.5 meter on site at Koornmarktspoort, Kampen

Go here and here on his website for an explanation of the paper-making, stretching and drying procedures he uses to create sculptures that are precision built but delicate, comparable to a leaf.

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I'm a journalist who blogs about the visual arts on Global Art Junkie and Canadian Art Junkie - the two blogs that I curate regularly. (I also do periodic posts to a blog about the art of the apocalypse, a personal interest and a topic that has intrigued artists for centuries.)

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9 thoughts on “Peter Gentenaar: Paper Delights

  1. I love this, it reminds me of flowers.

    Posted by toccopolasam | 03/12/2012, 5:32 pm
  2. These are beautiful – I love them!

    Posted by Sarah Crowther Artist | 03/12/2012, 6:32 pm

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