Home  |  Events  |  Artists  |  Customer service  |  Contact us  |  Check out

Register now
Forgot password?

About us
Your order
Customer service
Terms of Delivery
Contact us
Newsletter Sign-Up
Gallery Statement

About Suriname
Art in Suriname
Credits and Copyrights
Sranan Art Xposed
An eye for art

Find us on Facebook
Home | Events
Holland Art Fair 2006
(3 Apr 2006 - 17 Apr 2006)

Readytex Art gallery at the Holland Art Fair

The Readytex Art Gallery will once again be making an important move in her continuous efforts aimed at achieving professional presentation and promotion of Surinamese artists and their art worldwide.
In April the team from Readytex Art Gallery, together with a collection of over 50 works of art from 14 renowned Surinamese artists, will be traveling to Holland in order to participate in the Holland Art Fair 2006.
The Holland Art fair is a yearly returning international art fair which is held under great public interest in The Hague, Holland and which draws an ever increasing amount of visitors every year (last year about 14500). The fair starts on April 12 with a preview for art professionals and is open to the public from April 13th until April 17th .

Participation in the fair is open only to gallery’s and art dealers who qualify according to the rules as stated in the preceding selection procedure. With her participation, the gallery hopes to give herself and the artists the exposure necessary to effectively market the growing productive Surinamese art industry. This fair will be a valuable opportunity for the gallery in which to gauge the true measure of appreciation for and interest in Surinamese art. Of great interest to gallery is the reaction of the European public but more importantly still, the reaction of the other participating galleries and other art professionals.

With the introduction of her website (www.readytexartgallery.com) in 2000, the Readytex Art Gallery made her first big step towards the realization of her goal to promote Surinamese art worldwide in an efficient and professional manner. The participation in the Holland art Fair offers the gallery and the visitors the unique opportunity to reach, through face to face confrontation, a realistic view of the product and the public opinion.
Furthermore, the gallery hopes to attain valuable contacts and to interest potential business partners for the professional presentation and marketing of Surinamese art at their galleries in Holland as well.
The creativity and productivity of art in Suriname has reached such great heights that the time for maximum exposure has definitely arrived. From the rich and varied ethnic and cultural backgrounds of Suriname, a unique group of creative and skilled artists has originated, who together produce a surprisingly varied range of artwork. The booth from the Readytex Art Gallery at the fair is bound to attract great international attention.

For more information and updates on the participation of the Readytex Art Gallery at the Holland Art Fair, interested parties can log onto the Readytex Art Gallery website or for more specifics on the fair itself, log onto the website for the Holland Art Fair at www.hollandartfair.nl.
For those who will be in Holland at that time and wish to visit the fair, the opening hours are:

Thursday April 13th 11:00 – 19:00 hrs
Friday April 14th 11:00 – 22:00 hrs
Saturday April 15th-Monday April 17th 11:00 – 19:00 hrs

Team Readytex Art Gallery

Show all work related to this event

Back to index

Featured artist(s)

Armand Masé
Armand Masé makes mahogany sculptures of human figures, masks and small statues of lovable chubby ladies playing different instruments.
Read more about this artist

Erwin De Vries
Erwin de Vries: exceptionally dynamic and erotic 

Erwin de Vries, who is a sculptor/painter of extraordinary versatility, expresses himself with vigor in a passionately and exceptionally dynamic manner.
Read more about this artist

George Struikelblok
George Struikelblok’s work is impressive and emotional.  He uses acryl mixed with oil paint in earthly colors and pastels mostly on canvases of at least one by one meter ...
Read more about this artist

Humphrey Tawjoeram
Humphrey Tawjoeram offers very little explanation about his work. He only comments that he expresses his emotions best when he makes abstracts, and that a kind of tension is important in his work.
Read more about this artist

Kenneth Flijders
Flijders has a recognizable expressiveness in silhouettes and contours, which sometimes results in a mysterious effect in his creations
Read more about this artist

Kurt Nahar
Kurt Nahar is one of the few Surinamese producing engaged art. His art is a mission, a task to raise consciousness.
Read more about this artist

Marcel Pinas
Marcel Pinas: Maroon roots and culture oil paintings

Marcel Pinas’ last works reflect the ideograms of the painted woodcarving of the Aucaners (Maroon) tribe, of which he is a member.

Read more about this artist

Reinier Asmoredjo
Reinier Asmoredjo paints in bright sunny colors and  a stylistic semi- figurative way  his fascination and faith with the daily struggle of life of marganalised women in oil on canvas.
Read more about this artist

Rene Tosari
All the traces of the artists well known temperament are to be recognized but in the past ten years there’s a total new orientation in Rene Tosari’s work.
Read more about this artist

Rinaldo Klas
My art is influenced by the things that I value most in my direct surroundings.
Read more about this artist

Roddney Tjon Poen Gie
Roddney Tjon Pioen Gie is a sculptor as well as an artist of the flat surface. His own visual language is based on the letter signs of his ancestors from three continents.
Read more about this artist

Roddney Marnix Johannes (nederlandse cv) Tjon Poen Gie
Read more about this artist

Ron Flu
Ron Flu’s works are majestic caricatures, a dramatic, realistic, expressive and ironic social protest for Surinamese situations in bright colored oil paintings.
Read more about this artist

Soeki Irodikromo
“We are truly a melting pot of cultures!  We are a country where people accept each other for what they are, better still, we are a country where people share and represent each other’s cultural riches.  We are rich because ....
Read more about this artist

Wilgo Vijfhoven
The recent work of Wilgo Vijfhoven is inspired by the mysteriousness of woman....
Read more about this artist