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Harry Holland shows ‘Blindfold’ at Mineta Fine Art
About Blindfold - Harry Holland has created over several decades a body of work which is easily recognizable. His treatment of light and form occupies a specific space between evidence and mystery. Both rational and irrational elements are crucial for understanding the underlying meaning. Underlying his mastery of the painting technique, often taken as the only identification of the work, is a subversive attitude created through imbued relations between people and objects. Ordinary people are engaged in rituals that transforms reality into hidden narrative implications. This exhibition is an invitation to enter this world from behind the blindfold of our preconceptions.
Harry Holland was born in Glasgow in 1941. He trained at St. Martin's School of Art from 1965-69. Since the 1970s this extraordinary classical artist has had over 30 solo exhibitions and figured in countless group exhibitions worldwide. Not surprisingly, his work has developed a substantial international following amongst collectors and has found its way into numerous important public collections world-wide including the Tate Gallery, British Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art New York, National Museum of Wales, National Portrait Gallery Canada, Welsh Arts Council, European Parliament Collection, Belgian National Collection and the Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge. Harry Holland works at Cardiff, UK and can be reached at http://harry-holland.com
Mineta Fine Art was established by Maria Mineta in 1998. MFA is situated at the Etangs d’Ixelles quarter, Guillaume Macau 38, Brussels. MFA can be reached at www.minetafineart.com Telephone +32 2 512 27 26
Mineta Fine Art
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