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11 vragen aan Floris Alkemade

11 vragen aan Floris Alkemade

In het onderzoek voor haar essay over het landschapsobservatorium in De Architect ondervroeg Astrid Aarsen rijksbouwmeester Floris Alkemade.

Astrid Aarsen

Astrid Aarsen

DE ARCHITECT no.1, March 2021 author: Astrid Aarsen 'Conversation with a landscape' translation: Nanne op 't Ende Conversation with a landscape the creek the Dommel in Sint-Oedenrode you can find a ‘landscape observatory’ made by visual artist Frank Havermans to...

Aaron Betsky

Aaron Betsky

Transitional monography 2018Frank Havermans marks Hong Kong Like a beast of pray, Frank Havermans’s KAPKAR/WVA-6F Observatory object hangs over the roof of a small arts center and apartment building hunkering down in the middle of the skyscrapers of Hong Kong’s...

Jens Maier-Rothe

Jens Maier-Rothe

Transitional monography 2018TFA-5W There is something pleasantly uncanny about this architectural installation. Frank Havermans' site-specific interventions often befall buildings and animate them at the same time. Their structural and aesthetic aim appears to be to...

Jens Maier-Rothe

Jens Maier-Rothe

Transitional monography 2018HWR-L45 Frank Havermans originally developed this work as contribution to a cross-disciplinary art festival by the name of flux-s, which is taking place annually since 2009 inside an old industrial area in Eindhoven called Strijp-S. His...

Lene t Haar + Fabian d Kloe

Lene t Haar + Fabian d Kloe

Transitional monography 2018Transitional object ZM-SB3-JH In a world where everything is about efficiency, speed and standardization, Frank Haverman’s (Breda, 1967) interventions provoke to mark time. First, the artefact catches your eye. Then your mind follows....

Astrid Aarsen

Astrid Aarsen

Archined 3 november, 2017Havermans in Heerlen verbindt en ontregelt De voormalige etalage van Modehuis Schunck is tot en met 12 november ingericht met 145 modellen van Frank Havermans. Samen met de indrukwekkende constructie die de kunstenaar aan de zuidgevel...

Linda Vlassenrood

Linda Vlassenrood

Architectural Constructions monography 2010Rupturing Uniformity  Frank Havermans is hungry for more and as soon as possible, please. He’s ready to take on bigger, more complex commissions and willing to adapt his standard way of working to get them. So Havermans is...

Jos Bosman

Jos Bosman

Architectural Constructions monography 2010Concrete : Abstract = KAPKAR : TOFUD A prominent portion of Frank Havermans’ work takes the form of temporary installations in what are – generally – relatively isolated places and buildings. These installations are all...

Aaron Betsky

Aaron Betsky

Architectural Constructions monography 2010The return to the primitive hut Frank Havermans makes primitive huts. They exist in the middle of urban as well as natural forests. They are made out of plywood, rather than tree branches. They are abstract and at times even...

Charles Esche

Charles Esche

Architectural Constructions monography 2010Hidden in the Daylight Frank Havermans is not an ostentatious artist. However much the scale of his work is impressive and consistently challenges his own productive capacity, the results fits to their context, almost doing...

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