Art Exhibitions

 

May-May is trying to pass on God's messages with all that she does. Via photos which she makes with her mobile phone, she tries to capture the world as God shows it to her. She makes photos of God's light or asks others to photograph her with the light. Her art can be categorized as ''sacred art  or spiritual art'' and as ''art brut or outsider art'". Sacred art refers to her connection with God. Art brut and outsider art refer to her vulnerability for psychosis. 

God is with us. He is sending peace and love. He want us to have world peace and end of hunger. To take care of vulnerable people, animals and our planet. May we see soon: A World in Which All Children Can Play. 

 

 

16  - 19 November 2023 

Shanghai International Art Fair 

 Online Art gallery 

National exhibition and convention center Shanghai 

Photo "God's Light from heaven"

 

May-May met a homeless man in a park. He asked her for a gift. When  she gave him a gift so that he couldn't only have a meal but also a place to sleep, he was very grateful. He smiled and said: God bless you. Minutes later this light appeared out of heaven. 

 

 

1 October - 31 October 2023

Biennale of Contemporary Sacred Art 

President Liana Maribini 

Menton, Palace des Ambassadeurs

France 

Photo "God's Light from heaven", theme: redemption 

May-May met a homeless man in a park. He asked her for a gift. When  she gave him a gift so that he couldn't only have a meal but also a place to sleep, he was very grateful. He smiled and said: God bless you. Minutes later this light appeared out of heaven. See also the photo for the Shanghai International Art Fair. 

 

 

16 October - 31 October 2022

Saint Vitus Church Hilversum 

Committee: Father Dresmé, Erik Muller 

Photos of God's Light

 

 

14 - 22 May 2022

Internationale Art Brut Biënnale 

Hengelo 

Photos of God's Light 

Curator Elvira van Eijl 

Photo: Mojgan Lisar 

 

 

June 2020 - January 2021

Stedelijk Museum Breda

Sending you Love

Video portrait, part of the Essential of Martin and Inge Riebeek

 

 3 December 2019 - 3 January 2020 

Gallery Maldoror

Photo: Carried by the White Light 

With text of John Ewbank from the song "White Light'' 

Curated by Petros Panagiotis Orfanos, Anthony Blokdijk 

Exposition together with Ewoud van Rijn, teacher at the Royal Academy of Art the Hague