Iwan Smit (1989) starting off with an interest in drawing studied Illustration and Fine Arts, where he began to paint and eventually started to develop the three-dimensionality of his images into sculptures and light works.
Graphic experiences and collective beliefs
Smit's work navigates between heavy themes and lightheartedness, often resulting in colourful worlds with a dark twist. Creating work is for him a way to channel past events and feelings and investigate notions of fear, mortality and legacy. Smit attempts to make sense of the world through mixing his own experiences with collective beliefs, often questioning mythological symbols and their representation to create his own narratives
BIG - size does matterBig art, XXL 7 Apr - 7 May 2022An exhibition with artworks that are larger than life. As the title suggests, Rademakers Gallery is showing works of art of a big, bigger and biggest format for the new exhibition 'Size does matter - Big Art, XXL'. Upstairs in the 'on stage' section of the gallery, new and existing...