3.150,00 incl. tax

U.E.V.,  2019

From the series ‘Sleeping water’
Inkjet on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag
Uncoated nut wood framed w/museum glass
Size: 90 x 67,5 cm
Limited editions of 5 (+2 AP’s)
Signed, numbered and provided with a certificate of authentification.
Shipping: pick up by appointment at Galerie Caroline O’Breen or at the artist’s atelier in Amsterdam. Worldwide shipping possible at extra costs. Please fill out contact to order if you are not able to collect the work in Amsterdam.

U.E.V. is an artwork from my little photo essay ‘Sleeping water’ about Jacqueline Elisabeth van der Waals and tells the story of a Dutch romantic poet in the beginning of the 20th century.
Van der Waals wrote her first collection of poems under the pseudonym U.E.V. (Una Ex Vocibus, Latin for One of the voices). Although Van der Waals entered the circles of famous Dutch poets like Herman Gorter, she would soon be forgotten by the general public after her death in 1922, aged 53 years old. Some think Jacqueline has done injustice in the course of literary history due to that one malicious poem, for which her entire oeuvre has been punished. I like to tell stories of ‘forgotten women’. Please take a look at the whole photo essay ‘Sleeping water’ and download the artist statement.

More information and on view on request: Galerie Caroline O’Breen, Amsterdam


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U.E.V. stands for Una Ex Vocibus which was the pseudonym of poet Jacqueline van der Waals who is the main character in my series ‘Sleeping Water’

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