As from October 31st, 2015, the Museum Prinsenhof in Delft is organising an exhibition on the Delft artist Jan Schoonhoven. The exhibition shows Schoonhoven as an artist and as a human being, with a lot of attention to both his workplace and his living environment. This extensive exhibition shows never previously exhibited works of one of the leading Dutch artists of the twentieth century.
In the fifties, Jan Schoonhoven has developed a completely unique artistic idiom; his famous white cardboard reliefs, newsprint and paint. As a member of influential movements such as the Nul group, he belongs to the European avant-garde in the sixties, and he is internationally known and adored. Schoonhoven plays with light. In order to display this artistical playing correctly, CLS partner Lichtpunt in Groningen has used the Focus Track DMX fixtures of CLS.
Focus Track DMX is perfect for subtly illuminating works of art in musea. The Focus Track DMX has a variably adjustable light output angle of 15° to 65°. On top of this, the fixture has a ‘memory on board’ function. This feature enables to store a certain dimming value in the memory of the spot. The Focus Track DMX is also equipped with the CLS Magno dimming system.