tentoonstelling schilderijen en etsen

05-04-2014 t/m 06-04-2014

De Stichting Vrienden van de Martinuskerk te Schellinkhout organiseert deze tentoonstelling.
Adres:
Martinuskerk Schellinkhout (bij Hoorn)

opening: zaterdag 5 april 16.00 uur

openingstijden:
zaterdag 5 april van 12.00 uur tot 18.00 uur
zondag 6 april van 12.00 uur tot 17.00 uur

René Polak tentoonstelling schilderijen en etsen

Overzicht tentoonstelling

09-01-2012 t/m 15-05-2012

Hotel Restaurant Lunia
Molenhoek 2
8421 PG Oldeberkoop

René Polak Overzicht tentoonstelling

Mongolian Art and Culture in London

08-06-2011 t/m 24-06-2011

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, One Exchange Square, London EC2A 2JN

EBRD is pleased to host a group exhibition of exciting contemporary works by Mongolian and International artists, whose work is inspired by the rich culture and great history of Mongolia, who once built the largest empire in the history of the world. We present selection of artworks by Mongolian artists, Batbileg Darjaa, Nurmaajav Tuvdendorj, Odgarig Sereeter, Otgonbayar Tod and Munkhgerel Odgarig and of the special guest Dutch artist René Polak, whose works have been inspired by the Mongolian folk rock band “Altan Urag”.

Our guest artist René Polak is a graduate from the Royal Academy of Art in Holland, which is the oldest art academy in Europe, known in Dutch as “Koninklijke Academie van Beeldende Kunsten”. He is a devoted fan of the Mongolian folk rock band “Altan Urag” that he even drove several hours from the Hague to see them LIVE in concert in Groninghen in 2010. Recently René shared his artworks inspired by their music and said: ‘Sometimes I think how strange it is for me that I am painting themes about Mongolia while I have never been there. Probably the reason is that I am listening to Altan Urag’s music every day.’

René Polak Mongolian Art and Culture in London

The Fiddle Player (Altan Urag)

acryl op linnen
60cm - 120cm