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PANORAMA- HIS - ROTTERDAM  2012 | Murals by Anuli Croon
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Image credit: Photography: Mariet Hendrikx, Anuli Croon
PANORAMA- HIS - ROTTERDAM  2012 | Murals by Anuli Croon
PANORAMA- HIS - ROTTERDAM  2012 | Murals by Anuli Croon
PANORAMA- HIS - ROTTERDAM  2012 | Murals by Anuli Croon


Featured In Rotterdam, Netherlands


Last summer the borough was enriched by an artwork in the council chamber-cum-wedding room in the borough council office. It is a work by Rotterdam artist Anuli Croon.
The representation of 4.50 x 22 m. depicts the village centres of Schiebroek and Hillegersberg, situated in a green landscape abounding in water.
The cubist panorama is an eye-catching work, not only in the room itself but also when seen from the street.
The two sides of the representation are both unique plays of surfaces, patterns and colours.
The panels can be slid aside independently and thus create an abstract landscape that enters into a play with its surroundings.
The official introduction of the artwork will take place in February 2013, during that year's first council meeting.

Kaboul Vermijs, Cultuurscout HiS / 2012


PANORAMA HIS, 2.200 x 450 cm, 2012.
Duplex printed on twenty panels of canvas.

The canvas panels each run in their own rail – each panel can slide to the left and right independently – thisway the panorama can be made into an abstraction of itself.


Commissioned by BAS / Ilja de Rijk, HIS / Deelgemeente Hillegersberg–Schiebroek.
– Council and wedding chamber, Argonautenweg, Hillegersberg, Rotterdam.

Created by Anuli Croon
As seen in Hillegersberg-Schiebroek, Rotterdam, Netherlands
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Anuli Croon
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Anuli Croon is a visual artist based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

a b o u t m y w o r k _
Patterns, hands, attitudes, objects, pieces of furniture, colours, gestures, mouths, clothing, hair styles, noses and eyes are disconnected and made autonomous. This way I can cause the elements with their antipodal meanings to move among one another. Contrasts such as stagnation and movement, reflection and stress, the great rhythm and detail are thus brought together.

m a t e r i a l _ t r a n s f o r m a t i o n
I make my paintings as well as my works on paper (including those in copies) with the help of paint rollers, small brushes, Scotch tape, ruler, home-made stencils and stamps. For materials I use gesso, matt acrylic paint, fluorescent paint, metallic paint and crayons.
The handwriting has no touch. The material is framed by tape, stencils and ruler. The texture is matt - except where metallic paint has been applied - and looks more like textile than paint.
This springs from the idea to develop my own imagery from an analytical and detached modus operandi, in which the diversity of my artistic interests can be incorporated.

c o m m i s s i o n s
In addition to my autonomous work in my studio _ paintings and work on paper _ I design in close consultation with the client for the public space in the technology that the situation requires; such as , mural_wall painting, wall-filling textile panels. glass applications/glassappliqué... Each work and each design is unique for the location.

m o n o g r a p h y
Jap Sam Books published the monograph 'Anuli Croon | Life patterns_Life patterns, Made in Rotterdam 1999 - 2015'.