March 1 to May 24, 2020
With the exhibition “Juul Kraijer. Body Boundaries”, the Museum Sinclair-Haus presents a contemporary artist who has explored human nature in her works. The human body is the signifier for all aspects of being human – it serves as a projection surface for the entire spectrum of human reality.
Juul Kraijer was born in Assen, Netherlands, in 1970 and studied painting and illustration at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rotterdam from 1989 to 1994. From the beginning, she concentrated on drawing. In her drawings of female bodies, some of them monumental in size, these figures are taken out of their cultural, chronological and geographic context. These bodies are usually subject to transformation: thus, plants grow from bodies, bodies dissolve into swarms of moths. The body’s boundaries are continuously explored and even transcended.
The exhibition presents drawings, sculptures, photographs and films by Juul Kraijer and offers a comprehensive retrospective of the artist’s oeuvre.
Di 14–20 Uhr
Mi bis Fr 14–19 Uhr
Sa, So und an Feiertagen 10–18 Uhr
Regulär 6 € (ermäßigt 4 €)
Mit Kulturpass 1 €, mit Museumsufer- oder ICOMcard Eintritt frei
Eintritt für Kinder und Jugendliche
in Ausbildung bis 27 Jahre frei
Mittwochs für alle Eintritt frei