Other works

 

De golf (The wave), 2020

De golf (The wave), 2020
acrylic paint on paper
21 x 29,7 cm

Sculpture and installation

 

Let's face it, 1991

Let’s face it, 1991
plastic, fabric, paper
11 x 8 x 8 cm

Note / In Let’s face it Van Warmerdam sought to reconcile the professions of graphic designer and sculptor in one small sculpture. The designer’s thought process has much in common with that of the sculptor, but also many differences. She gave this work as a present to her then partner and graphic designer with the words ‘Let’s face it.’

Other works

 

Turn over, 2018

Turn over, 2018
offset on paper, 300 gr.
29,7 x 42 cm
edition 20 + 7 AP
publishers: MOREpublishers, Brussels

Other works

 

Pasquale, The man with the stripes, 2017

Pasquale, The man with the stripes, 2017
watercolour on paper
32 x 24 cm

Other works

 

Parels (Pearls), 2014

Parels (Pearls), 2014
acrylic paint, watercolour on paper
24 x 32 cm
edition 1 + 1 AP

Other works

 

Een feit - 6 (A fact - 6), 2012

Een feit – 6 (A fact – 6), 2012
watercolour on paper
32 x 24 cm

Other works

 

Faust leest Fuchs (Faust reads Fuchs), 2012

Faust leest Fuchs (Faust reads Fuchs), 2012
watercolour on paper
32 x 24 cm

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Een feit - 4 (A fact - 4), 2011

Een feit – 4 (A fact – 4), 2011
acrylic paint, watercolour on paper
24 x 32 cm

Other works

 

Another day, 2011

Another day, 2011
screen print on paper, frame
110 x 80 cm

Note / Throughout her 2010 stay in South Africa, Van Warmerdam took photos of both the moon and the sun. Time and again she captured a super-romantic kitschy sun with her camera. The title appears in large letters as a kind of lowered horizon in the picture. In addition, she has manipulated the silkscreen prints with various rounds of iris printing, making every print unique.

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Moon, 2011

Moon, 2011
screen print on paper, frame
110 x 80 cm

Note / When Van Warmerdam took a photo of the moon during a trip to South Africa, it turned out that the camera had moved. MvW: ‘I saw a romantic image in which clichés about the moon and love converged.’

 

Other works

 

Up, 2009

Up, 2009
Silkscreen on paper
200 x 80 cm
edition 12

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Nog een keer Eugène Brands (Eugène Brands again), 2009

Nog een keer Eugène Brands (Eugène Brands again), 2009
acrylic paint, watercolour on paper
24 x 32 cm

Note / A friend of the artist was very keen to have a work by Eugène Brands, a well-known Dutch abstract expressionist painter. In a rather recalcitrant mood Van Warmerdam then made a work in the style of Eugène Brands. MvW: ‘That is repetition, isn’t it…?’

 

Other works

 

De klap voorbij - geel (Beyond the blow - yellow), 2009

De klap voorbij – geel (Beyond the blow – yellow), 2009
acrylic paint, colour inkjet on paper, dibond
130 x 175 cm

Note / A personal experience gave rise to a new series of works, for which Van Warmerdam used De klap from 2007. An emotional blow is accepted in a universal and abstract way, which she has dealt with five times in the photo series De klap voorbij, namely in red, white, red again, blue and yellow. With this, she departs from the idea that her personal life is irrelevant in her art.

Other works

 

De klap voorbij - blauw (Beyond the blow - blue), 2009

De klap voorbij – blauw (Beyond the blow – blue), 2009
acrylic paint, colour inkjet on paper, dibond
130 x 175 cm

Note / A personal experience gave rise to a new series of works, for which Van Warmerdam used De klap from 2007. An emotional blow is accepted in a universal and abstract way, which she has dealt with five times in the photo series De klap voorbij, namely in red, white, red again, blue and yellow. With this, she departs from the idea that her personal life is irrelevant in her art.

Other works

 

De klap voorbij - rood (Beyond the blow - red), 2009

De klap voorbij – rood (Beyond the blow – red), 2009
acrylic paint, colour inkjet on paper, dibond
130 x 175 cm

Note / A personal experience gave rise to a new series of works, for which Van Warmerdam used De klap from 2007. An emotional blow is accepted in a universal and abstract way, which she has dealt with five times in the photo series De klap voorbij, namely in red, white, red again, blue and yellow. With this, she departs from the idea that her personal life is irrelevant in her art.

Other works

 

De klap voorbij - wit (Beyond the blow - white), 2009

De klap voorbij – wit (Beyond the blow – white), 2009
acrylic paint, colour inkjet on paper, dibond
130 x 175 cm

Note / A personal experience gave rise to a new series of works, for which Van Warmerdam used De klap from 2007. An emotional blow is accepted in a universal and abstract way, which she has dealt with five times in the photo series De klap voorbij, namely in red, white, red again, blue and yellow. With this, she departs from the idea that her personal life is irrelevant in her art.

Other works

 

De klap voorbij (Beyond the blow), 2009

De klap voorbij (Beyond the blow), 2009
acrylic paint, colour inkjet on paper, dibond
130 x 175 cm

Note / A personal experience gave rise to a new series of works, for which Van Warmerdam used De klap from 2007. An emotional blow is accepted in a universal and abstract way, which she has dealt with five times in the photo series De klap voorbij, namely in red, white, red again, blue and yellow. With this, she departs from the idea that her personal life is irrelevant in her art.

Other works

 

Zweep (Whip), 2008

Zweep (Whip), 2008
acrylic paint, watercolour on paper
24 x 32 cm

Note / MvW: ‘I am rather fond of getting things done and I also like to encourage my circle of acquaintances. I’m afraid this may be a self-portrait.’

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Sepp in de wolken (Sepp in the clouds), 2008

Sepp in de wolken (Sepp in the clouds), 2008
watercolour on paper
24 x 32 cm

Sepp in de wolken (Sepp in the clouds), 2008
study – watercolour on paper, cardboard
24 x 32 cm

Other works

 

Wimpers (Eyelashes), 2008

Wimpers (Eyelashes), 2008
watercolour, pencil on paper
24 x 32 cm

Note / Van Warmerdam was planning to film an elephant’s eye. She made this watercolour in order to get an idea of how the long eyelashes of this animal look.

Other works

 

Hond (Dog), 2007

Hond (Dog), 2007
watercolour, pencil on paper
24 x 31,4 cm (28 x 36 cm)

Other works

 

Een feit - 3 (A fact - 3), 2007

Een feit – 3 (A fact – 3), 2007
watercolour, pencil on paper
24 x 32 cm

Other works

 

Een feit - 2 (A fact - 2), 2007

Een feit – 2 (A fact – 2), 2007
watercolour, pencil on paper
24 x 32 cm

Other works

 

De klap (The blow), 2007

De klap (The blow), 2007
acrylic paint, colour inkjet on paper, dibond
110 x 147 cm
edition 5

Note / With a single splash of paint the artist makes it clear where she believes the blow came from. The composition of the photo is such that it refers to well-known paintings by Caspar David Friedrich and Gerhard Richter and at the same time lacks an obvious horizon – and thus a perspective.

Other works

 

Een feit - 1 (A fact - 1), 2007

Een feit – 1 (A fact – 1), 2007
watercolour, pencil on paper
24 x 32 cm

Note / In an endeavour to order a number of issues in her thinking, Van Warmerdam made a series of watercolours on the subject of facts.