40x50cm. Inner side 27x34cm. Made in the pop up store in the Breestraat in Leiden a few weeks ago.
20x40cm. Made from wood found on the street and little ceramic houses found in a second hand store in Hazerswoude Rijndijk, a village near hometown Leiden. Inlay of box is pink wood found in a carbage bin near the historic site of the Zaanse Schans in Noord-Holland. The whole is covered with varnish.
This one is still in my studio as one of Henk’s little children not yet ready to fly out.
NUMBER 100 post on http://www.henkhannemann.com: PURPLE DEER. 25x65cm. Made of old cheese mould. Inlay of brooch and clay marbles (hard to see on the picture). Head of puppet on tranch found near studio. Deer head from flea market.
Another simple one with a very old circuit breaker as base. Also parts of a drawer and old door. The puppet stood in a garden for years. 20x45cm.
Title: Simple Man. Yes, a simple one. 25x35cm.
23x23cm. A bit smaller than the average assemblage. I enjoyed making it. It came easier than normal.
Henk Hannemann as initiator of the First International Leiden Assemblage Action opened the exhibition of nearly 50 boxes on November 1 in Even|Open in the Breestraat 63-75 in Leiden-Holland.
Willem II is the bigger brother of Willem I. 40x40cm. Frame, pieces of an old door, fence, dead tree, measuring tape and stairway. Jigsaw puzzle of wood and “clock” and little sculpture of a dog bought in Budapest.
Henk contributed Clemens Hofbauer Kicks Ass to the Parels van PEK in Galerie Cultura in Ede. Nice words from reviewer Antonie den Ridder and a picture from Brother Clemens.