Thursday, 27 August 2015

Hans Klein Hofmeijer / Joseph Beuys



'Out of hand lines'
(quote from my workbook-diaries series 'My second memory', HKH)

THOROUGHLY DRAWINGS, Joseph Beuys.

I would like to limit myself to drawing here, in particular to the drawing idea of Joseph Beuys.

His searching and exploring hand reveals content while drawing. He tries to touch the true nature of things by doing, far from having a pre-defined plan of intent. This is an important source of inspiration.

With a continued hesitating hand, where ambiguity is predominant, he finds his way in the melting pot of perceptions. An homage to the will to understand and to the open mind.

The actual drawn trace remaining visible on the paper, brings us a very rich experience of what is interpreted. Thoroughly feeling, thoroughly thinking, thoroughly seeing, thoroughly knowing and thoroughly drawing ensure that the sheets of Joseph Beuys are attempts to bring, in the highest possible intensity, the comprehensive nature of the subject in the spotlight. This is accompanied by a lived through, open approach to the drawn, also assuming that reality is always in a state of motion. These dynamics therefore deliver a very extensive viewing experience.

Hans Klein Hofmeijer, 2015




Hans Klein Hofmeijer (NL)
Verzameling van drie
2004
pencil on paper
44 x 58 cm
Collection artist




Joseph Beuys

Left:  Selbst im Gestein
1955
pencil on paper
25,2 x 38,3 cm
Collection Marx, Berlin

Right: Plastiken mit Akustik
1957
pencil on paper
14,5 x 10,4 cm




Hans Klein Hofmeijer (NL)
Studie voor een landschapsachtige verdieping
2010
pencil and charcoal on paper
29 x 20 cm
Collection Museum Van Bommel Van Dam, NL




Joseph Beuys

Left: Untitled
1954
pencil and watercolor on paper
14 x 21 cm
Collection Josef W. Fröhlich

Right: Wärmehülle
1974
pencil on paper
21,5 x 27,5 cm
Private collection




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