Reinier Bosch

Reinier Bosch (1980 Groningen, The Netherlands) is a young and upcoming designer inspired by photographic reality both in his native Netherlands and abroad. His works are layered, in the composition and arrangement of materials as well as in the stories they tell. The use of common materials and a reference to everyday life is characteristic of his work.

During a trip through Tibet, he observed spray-painted objects in the streets and their surroundings, both colored by the wind. This formed the starting point for his ‘Pond’ series: both the object and the floor underneath it are colored as if a pot of paint poured over them, integrating the surroundings into the actual piece. Another milestone is the creation of the WHAAM! table, that he designed during trips to Istanbul and Shanghai.

Résumé

2019
Art Miami
Priveekollektie Contemporay Art | Design
Booth AM213

2019
Salon Art + Design NY
Priveekollektie Contemporay Art | Design
Booth D3

2019
PAD London
Priveekollektie Contemporay Art | Design
Booth 25

Photo by Ian Scigliuzzi

2019
PAD Genève
Priveekollektie Contemporay Art | Design
Booth #7

2018
Art Miami
Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design
Booth A213

2018
The Salon Art + Design, New York
Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design
Booth A22

2018
PAD London
Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design
Booth A11

Photo by Ian Scigliuzzi

2018
Group Exhibition: ‘Spectrum of Time’
Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design
The Netherlands, Heusden aan de Maas

2018
Group Exhibition: ‘Spring Opening’
Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design
The Netherlands, Heusden aan de Maas