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  • De Kaap Rotterdam

    Katendrecht resident Katinka Lampe paints portraits. Or at least, you can clearly recognise the representation of a person. Yet, this is not the main motive of the painting. The portrait merely serves as reason to create it. The portrait is the imagery concept and is not an exact copy of reality, but instead a visual impression. Things like a wig or putting a lot of make-up on the model's mouth add an unusual or artificial character to her portraits.

  • Juj Winn

    KATINKA LAMPE: untitled, from the Rebel and Saint series

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