Micky Hoogendijk Exhibition
September 14 - October 10
"My nude images attempt to create the sense of freedom and integrity that comes with the essence of the naked form. My portraits are a study of the feminine; women's capacity for emotional depth and the masks behind which they present themselves to the world." - Micky Hoogendijk
Visit the latest exhibition at Chelsea’s Little Black Gallery and explore a new series of photographic images by celebrated visual artist and Dutch photographer, Micky Hoogendijk.
Blending visual arts, technology and theatre through recurring themes of religion, androgyny and mythology, the view is invited to share the concealed vulnerability of each of her subject depicted. She hangs luminous, esoteric depictions of the male and female naked form alongside classic female portraits that echo the Dutch masters, Vermeer and Rembrandt. It was in 2010, living and working in Los Angeles, that she discovered her talent for artistic portraits and having been nurtured by the life of the international art world and memories of the Old Dutch Masters, Micky Hoogendijk now takes the beholder on a journey into her universe.