The visual ability of Martine Bakker
Martine Bakker, who has lived in Lelystad since 1985, is not only commemorating her 75th birthday this year, but also celebrating her golden jubilee as a visual artist. The foundation Framed and Featured has therefore taken the initiative to have a retrospective exhibition of her work and a book put together. The cooperation of Batavialand could be counted on for the exhibition.
To be seen at Batavialand
From mid-October 2021 to mid-January 2022, the second floor of the Museum will host an exhibition showing the full breadth of Martine's creativity. Self-portraits, drawings and paintings of other persons and images of animals occupy a special place in the artist's oeuvre. They form the common thread in her work, even though the techniques she uses differ from time to time. The exhibition will be opened by the mayor of Lelystad, Mieke Baltus, on Thursday 14 October. The book will also be presented at that time. Anyone wishing to attend the opening meeting can request an invitation by sending an email to email@example.com.
Photo: Martine Bakker is putting the finishing touches on a self-portrait, 2021, in her studio.
(Photographer: Jaap Woltjer, Lelystad)