1.3 small frames (approx. 20x25 cm. each) with images (photographs) and objects (from religious and tourism sources) mounted together as 3-dimensional art objects.
frame in the middle
frame on the right
The subjects of the triptych are (from left to right):
1. -belief and superstition, the exploiting of the mummies (the past), tourism as a pillar of culture.
2. -about life, surviving and dying.
3. -the reprehensible role of Inquisition and about the Nasca-lines (straight lines, miles-long, in the desert from an unknown origin.
2.from the same images large prints were made on fabric and displayed (together with the small frames) at various exhibition locations in the Netherlands and in Belgium).
Members of the Zeeuwse Kunstkring are allowed to exhibit their art in the huge windows of the ´Loggia's´, amidst the historical buildings on the Abdijplein in Middelburg.
From 4 till 18th of July 2011 the artist was Robert Schilder. The work that on show, was a triptych on PERU.
3 large works printed on the semi-transparent synthetic fabric of 200x150cm. are interpretations of other work which is on show at the same time, but of much smaller dimensions, in the Grote Kerk in Veere (during the summer exhibition of the Zeeuwse Kunstkring))
Robert Schilder is, apart from being a contemporary artist, organiser of various events on art and culture in Zeeuws-Vlaanderen, such as the Kunstroute and the UITmarkt (presentation of cultural events for the coming year) in Sluis.
You can find more information on Robert Schilder, on this page: C.V.
'Peru' in de Loggia's on the Abdijplein of Middelburg
Peru in de Loggia's on the Abdijplein of Middelburg, printed on large fabric murals
expo 'Peru', Museumplein, Middelburg
detail of printed fabric
opening of exhibition in Moerzeke (Belgium), "to Encounter, Man & Time"
exhibition in Moerzeke (Belgium), "to Encounter, Man & Time"; the entrance to the church.
expo in the Watertower of Oostburg