|SALON/istanbul: at Josephine Colsen's atelier|
Anouk Griffioen prefers to draw at big pieces of paper or canvas. In thick black lines, smudges and leaving white spaces, she exposes a (wo)man, an emotion.
Since 2010 her work started to change. Women that were once so important are fading in a natural surrounding and are looking for shelter, a hiding place. Therefore, her drawings become more abstract and layered...
Anouk Griffioen (1979) lives and works in Rotterdam (NL) and was schooled at the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam.
|Lamp Maroc (brass) and recycled wooden candle sticks, both designed by Josephine Colsen|
|Visitors of SALON/istanbul looking at the work of Anne Stooker and Heidi Vogels in the window display of Josephine's atelier|
|Product designer Josephine Colsen welcomes everyone in person, by opening the gate of her atelier at the Sint Jansstraat number 27, after ringing the doorbell|