Marc Ruygrok

Since the early 1980s, letters, words and short sentences have been the ‘materials’ with which visual artist Marc Ruygrok has created his works of art. A defining characteristic of his visual language is a preference for elementary geometric shapes: circles, squares, spheres and cubes. For more than twenty years, Ruygrok has been drawing, constructing and photographing these sculptures, which, through the years, have acquired a unique vocabulary, both literally and figuratively.

For the past fifteen years, his focus has been directed towards monumental site-specific three-dimensional works, which often are made up of letters that form phrases or words. Apart from the visual qualities of these massive sculptures, the words evoke immediate associations. These three-dimensional language sculptures are also specifically tied to their location, as they reveal or facilitate a deeper meaning in all their mystery.  

Description

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OH OH OH HO HO HO (2015)
Marc Ruygrok
Nickled steel, whisky bottje and 2 crystal tumblers
Edition: 1/50
€ 3.870,00

MI FA
Marc Ruygrok
Peizography, ed. 51/55
60 x 50 cm
€ 1.910,00

SOL
Marc Ruygrok
Peizography, ed. 51/55
SOL
50 x 50 cm
€ 1.910,00

SIC
Marc Ruygrok/Piet Hein Eek
Waste table in scrapwood, high gloss (unique)
300 x 100 x 78 cm
€ 11.588,00

SOIT
Marc Ruygrok/Piet Hein Eek
Waste table in plywood, lacquered (unique)
478 x 100 x 75
€ 14.285,00

WAT ER IS
Marc Ruygrok/Piet Hein Eek
Welt table, lacquered metal (unique)
352/180/180 x 100 x 78 cm (tree seperate parts)
€  20.702,00