Bram Reijnders

Fields of Love

Napalm Beach

New York is back - LIFE

Hanging and roaming in NYC

Hanging

Savages

Life is Back

(Fly Over) Life is Back

Fly over NYC (blue)

Welcome to the Jungle Paradise

Fly over NYC (orange)

Fields of Love
Fields of Love


Edition: Unique
Medium: Mixed Media
Signature: Signed
Unframed Dimensions: 47 x 47 inches
Year: 2022

Napalm Beach
Napalm Beach


Edition: Unique
Medium: Mixed Media
Signature: Signed
Unframed Dimensions: 35 x 35 inches
Year: 2022

New York is back - LIFE
New York is back - LIFE


Edition: Unique
Medium: Mixed Media
Signature: Signed
Unframed Dimensions: 51 x 51 inches
Series: Unique
Year: 2022

Hanging and roaming in NYC
Hanging and roaming in NYC


Edition: Unique
Medium: Mixed Media
Signature: Signed
Unframed Dimensions: 67 x 51 inches
Series: Unique
Year: 2022

Hanging
Hanging


Edition: Unique
Medium: Mixed Media
Signature: Signed
Unframed Dimensions: 47 x 47 inches
Year: 2022

Savages
Savages


Edition: Unique
Medium: Mixed Media on billboards
Signature: Signed
Unframed Dimensions: 39 x 79 inches
Year: 2022

Life is Back
Life is Back


Edition: Unique
Medium: Mixed Media on billboards
Signature: Signed
Unframed Dimensions: 118.11 x 121.92 inches
Year: 2021

(Fly Over) Life is Back
(Fly Over) Life is Back


Edition: Unique
Medium: Mixed Media on billboards
Signature: Signed
Unframed Dimensions: 51.25 x 51 inches
Year: 2021

Fly over NYC (blue)
Fly over NYC (blue)


Edition: Unique
Medium: Mixed Media on billboards
Signature: Signed
Unframed Dimensions: 39.5 x 60 inches
Year: 2021

Welcome to the Jungle Paradise
Welcome to the Jungle Paradise


Edition: Unique
Medium: Mixed Media on billboards
Signature: Signed
Unframed Dimensions: 53 x 78 inches
Series: No
Year: 2021

Fly over NYC (orange)
Fly over NYC (orange)


Edition: Unique
Medium: Mixed Media on billboards
Signature: Signed
Unframed Dimensions: 40 x 60 inches
Year: 2021

Biography

Reijnders’ oeuvre emerges from action: the simple act of ripping posters off walls in different cities during the night, which he later uses as the base for his artwork. He processes these thick layers of curled paper by chopping and burning them. His work contains a lot of contrast: the ripped pieces of billboards combined with youthful themes and a smooth, lush finish. Reijnders invites us to “undress our adulthood” and rationale to enjoy the beauty that emerges from his images. By decontextualizing these pieces of reality and adding new urban images, pop culture, and mass consumption items in them. This is how Reijnders sees art as an action more than a narrative. He calls it the magic of the studio: things you can’t predict happen there, it’s just like a laboratory.