Hok Gallery

  • 06/03/2020 • 04/04/2020

    Gaye Black in HOK

    Als bassiste van de Adverts, toen zij nog Gaye Advert heette, was zij hèt meisjesgezicht van de Engelse punk. Twee van hun liedjes vatten precies samen waar het in die dagen om draaide: Bored Teenagers en One Chord Wonders. Als kunstenares is Gaye Black de DIY-mentaliteit trouw gebleven. Zij organiseert in Londen punk-art tentoonstellingen en presenteert nu in HOK haar geheel eigen Black Art: collages, assemblages en stolpflessen, vol doodssymboliek.

Over Hok Gallery

HOK: home of contemporary underground. HOK is a tiny gallery at Mauritskade 77 in The Hague (The Netherlands). Right around the corner of the Denneweg. Every two months the whole floor is given to just one artist at a time. With her exhibitions, gallerist Angela van der Helm-Rookmaaker is going for the limit. Distorting art, preferably on the edge of against-the-grain underground pop culture. Music, film, comics or women’s magazines: nothing wrong with transgressing a few boundaries now and then. Each exhibition is accompanied by a limited edition publication, dedicated to that one artist.


Mauritskade 77
2514 HH Den Haag

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