Work Leon Keer Misleads the audience greatly. He plays with concept and perspective just like everyone else. You can appreciate the selection of his works in Amsterdam from June 5 to 20 August 2021 Van Rose Gallery.
Leon Keer has mastered the art of anamorphosis in no other way. He transforms the ordinary wall of a building into a scene of very different objects. For example, an apartment building suddenly resembles a huge cupboard with coffee cups or suddenly a brain and heart floats down a hallway. This is the art you have to see with your eyes to fool your brain.
His three-dimensional murals and street maps can now be admired around the world: from Mexico to New Zealand. In the Netherlands he collaborated with the Fries Museum, the Museum Arnhem, the Regex Museum Amsterdam and the Van Gogh Museum. At the Van Roez Gallery in Amsterdam, the Leon Keer ‘Forset Perspective’ exhibits a colorful selection of new paintings, sculptures, installations, anaerobic artwork and augmented reality (AR).
Leon Keer lives and works in Utrecht and has been a visual artist for almost 25 years. His autonomous work has been presented at leading art exhibitions such as Art Miami, Monique Art Fair London, Scope Basel and Scope New York. He was nominated for Best Artist at the 2018 Street Art Awards Penelux. The detailed hue of Leon Keer was compiled into the first monograph by the end of 2020, entitled ‘Lost Childhood’.
Leon Keer – Mandatory Vision
June 5 to August 28, 2021
Van Rose Gallery
KNSM-LAN 301, Amsterdam
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