Art in corona times 13. focus loslaten | ontspannen (let loose focus | relax); Trixie, The Hague

Let loose focus | relax

 

I don’t know. Maybe it’s the generational divide. I brought my camera to Trixie, in case there would be something to make pictures of. But there wasn’t anything worth photographing without becoming cynical. And i don’t want to become cynical about something i still believe was made with some kind of attention and care. I was offered some camomile tea and i walked around with it, looking at the kitsch hanging on the walls. Then some music started which didn’t make me feel “encouraged to self reflect while visiting the space,” as the invitation stated. Indeed, self reflecting i was thinking, what the heck am i doing here? I had come to a place with things that didn’t interest me, with a bunch of people that were busy amongst themselves, which reminded me of the 1970s. To be short: i felt obsolete and so i left the place.

Maybe you’ll have another and more precious experience than i had if you pay focus loslaten | ontspannen a visit which is still possible Friday and over the weekend. (opened 16.00 – 22.00 hrs; because of Covid-19 measures you have to send them an e-mail to tell when you would like to come; tea and waffles are present)

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Contents of all photographs courtesy to all artists and Trixie, Den Haag.

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Art in corona times 12. In & Out (and Unlocked/Reconnected); Galerie Helder, The Hague

Cian Yu Bai

Galerie Helder presently has a show case of its artists, amongst whom two new ones.

Cian Yu Bai
Cecilia Vissers

One of them is Cian-Yu Bai (1984), whose works are partly based on memory but work out like beautiful improvisations.

Cecilia Vissers
Cecilia Vissers

The other new artist is Cecilia Vissers (1964) whose work may remind you of hardcore Minimalism.

Cecilia Vissers
Cecilia Vissers

However there is much elegance in her compositions and the rough but soft looking surfaces make her work quite rich and interesting.

Inez Smit

Of the presented works by the other artists i only show a few as Helder will change some of the works during the exhibition.

Inez Smit
Stephan van den Burg

As such the gallery has found its own way to reconnect with its audience.

Elka Oudenampsen
David Engel

It also takes part in the national artistic Unlocked/Reconnected project with a very homely work by Stephan van den Burg (1974). (scroll up to see his work)

Melle Aussems
Melle Aussems

It is good to see the gallery reopened and indeed to see some known works as well as new works.

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Contents of all photographs courtesy to all artists and Galerie Helder, Den Haag.

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Art in corona times 11. The Ongoing Conversation #7 (and Unlocked/Reconnected); 1646, Page Not Found, Stichting Ruimtevaart, The Hague

Mazen Ashkar

Doing a Master in Artistic Research is not an easy matter, as what is “artistic” and what is “research?”

Mazen Ashkar
Mazen Ashkar

Generally too many artists are claiming to be researching.

Georgie Brinkman

While art can be the result of inner or outer research – or one may need to research in order to make art –, stressing the research in art means the research itself is emphatically part of the art you show.

Georgie Brinkman

However, in the end it is just the materiality of what you show that should make the difference.

Georgie Brinkman

As a viewer you don’t give a damn if a work of art is the result of any research; that only starts to matter if, as a viewer, you become part of the research.

Daphne Monastirioti

To engage the viewer you need all the conventional conditions and techniques.

Daphne Monastirioti

There is the material object you want to show, there is the space you want to show it in, there are the acoustics of the space and there is time, the space of time you want to engage the viewer in.

Daphne Monastirioti

Whether you are good at Mid-Atlantic English non-speak or not, doesn’t make any difference.

Carmen Roca Igual

When showing your work as an artist, you are in fact artistically naked, you can hide almost nothing, and even if you do, the hiding itself becomes part of your artistic nakedness.

Carmen Roca Igual

That counts for any artist, whether you are a conventional painter or a maker of intricate video installations.

Carmen Roca Igual

(Well, that was Dad’s sermon, i guess)

Serene Hui

Ten students of the Royal Academy’s Master Artistic Research department showed their work last weekend.

Serene Hui

Under the title The Ongoing Conversation 1646 usually co-operates with the Academy to give the MA students a platform.

Serene Hui

This time 1646 expanded the co-operation with its neighbours Page Not Found and Stichting Ruimtevaart which worked out very well.

Leonie Brandner

At 1646 itself Mazen Ashkar, Georgie Brinkman, Daphne Monastirioti and Esther Arribas presented their works.

Leonie Brandner

There are no pictures of Arribas’ work here as she had organised a digital performance with sound, however, her website gives you some idea of what she is up to.

Leonie Brandner

1646 is also taking part in the national artistic online Unlocked/Reconnected show, with a work by Carmen Roca Igual (scroll up for pictures), which came out a bit shallow in combination with the works of the students, apart from its less than perfect presentation with too much reflections on the video screen.

Lena Longefay

Serene Hui showed her work in Page Not Found, and works by Leonie Brandner, Lena Longefay, Giath Taha, Juliana Martínez Hernández and by Leos were on show at Ruimtevaart.

Lena Longefay

Referring to what i preached before, i must say not all exhibiting students really engage you in their artistic research, although all do make interesting works.

Lena Longefay

One of the most interesting works was shown by Giath Taha.

Giath Taha

The work looked quite simple and open in the beginning, but looking at it in a darkened room made it haunting and even a bit spooky.

Giath Taha

A work about space, presence and absence, it engages the viewer completely.

Giath Taha

At least that is what happened with me.

Giath Taha

Another very interesting presentation was Serene Hui’s at Page Not Found. (scroll up for pictures of her work)

Juliana Martínez Hernández

In her work different ideas come together, from the manipulation of Google’s algorithms to truth and fake behind language in a post-truth society.

Juliana Martínez Hernández

The different voices filled up the space from different speakers, making it also a work about time and space, while the book titles of the shop seemed to illustrate the whole work.

Leos
Leos

Generally i admire the way these mostly international students have coped with the present situation, cut off from their friends, families and homes (some may have been in that situation already before) and finding themselves in a world that is suddenly less international in many ways.

Leos

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Contents of all photographs courtesy to all artists, 1646, Page Not Found and Stichting Ruimtevaart, Den Haag.

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Art in corona times 10. Harold de Bree, Borderlines; HOK Gallery, The Hague

Tiny HOK-gallery has reopened with new work by Harold de Bree (1966).

De Bree took his copper plates, or rather printed circuit boards used in computers, to the border of the two Koreas, on the South Korean side.

He prepared them with paint and went to see what he could do with them in a heavily militarised border zone like the Korean where he also visited many old battlefields from the Korean War (1950-1953).

In the end they became a kind of dialogue between the landscape and the prepared plates themselves.

It wasn’t possible to take photographs of the landscape, while just making compositions with found objects from the military zone was too superficial.

So De Bree used found objects to scratch the landscape – the hills but also the dams that were built on both sides of the border – into the copper plates.

As such he made a series of works that are open to a wide range of interpretations.

They defy the ban on publicly showing certain details of the border area.

On the other hand the surface of the works are blurred and only the graphic lines of the hilltops and the dams impose themselves as abstract lines.

To make the experience complete, you are allowed to be alone for ten minutes with the works in the gallery on Saturdays or you may see them by appointment.

Any way you choose, they are good works to see in real as they change by any change of light, becoming copperplates of both defiance and acquiescence.

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Contents of all photographs courtesy to Harold de Bree and to HOK Gallery, Den Haag.

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Art in corona times 9. Presentation of some works from the collection & Unlocked/Reconnected; Heden, The Hague

Jan Hoek

Heden tries to reconnect with its audience with a presentation of some gems from its collection.

Jan Snoeck
Shaan Syed

They are works by well and lesser known artists, varying from sculptures to photographs.

Ingrid Mol
Elizabeth de Vaal
Micha Patiniott
Auke de Vries
Thijs Jaeger

Heden also takes part in the national Unlocked/Recollected project with Four Horse Men, a more or less apocalyptic work by Thijs Jaeger (1990).

Thijs Jaeger

In a YouTube video Jaeger gives an explanation (in Dutch).

Thijs Jaeger

I leave you here with my own choice of what is on show, to give you a taste of the diversity of the collection.

Suzie van Staaveren
Ingrid Mol
Noëlle von Eugen
Jan Snoeck
Frits Rotgans
Chris de Bueger
Hans van Bentem & Iris
Piet Dieleman
Pepijn van den Nieuwendijk
Jan van Munster
Marius Lut
Jan van Munster
Marlene Dumas
Lorena van Bunningen
Tomas Rajlich
Marius Lut
Lorena van Bunningen

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Art in corona times 8. Pim Voorneman, Entre’21 – Unlocked/Reconnected, etc.; PARTS Project, The Hague

Pim Voorneman

To celebrate the re-opening of institutions for the visual arts during the current crisis, and to take part in the national on-line Unlocked/Reconnected project, PARTS-Project reconnects with an installation by Pim Voorneman.

 

Pim Voorneman
Pim Voorneman

The physical installation at the gallery is in three parts, but the sounds of it can also be experienced partly on PARTS’ website.

Pim Voorneman
Pim Voorneman

As the installation should be very much experienced on the spot, it would be a serious spoiler to tell you any of my experiences with it; it is better to visit it yourself (which i’d highly recommend).

Robert Holyhead
Robert Holyhead
Marijn van Kreij

Additionally some works from private collections are on show as well.

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Contents of all photographs courtesy to the artists and to PARTS-Project, Den Haag.

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Art in corona times 7b. Mondrian Route, Kunstmuseum, The Hague (second leg: Mondrian & De Stijl, Lucassen)

Günter Förg

This is the second part of two about the reopened Kunstmuseum in The Hague and the exhibitions of the so-called Mondrian Route. Click here to see pictures of the first part, about A.R. Penck and Navid Nuur.

Bart van der Leck

The second leg of the tour leads along the permanent exhibition about Mondrian and De Stijl and the great solo show of Lucassen.

Bart van der Leck

Of course the KM is famous for its Mondrian collection, works by other De Stijl artists and their contemporaries.

Piet Mondrian

Usually i take that exhibition for granted.

I’ve seen it a few times, it’s good to know that it’s there and that’s it.

Piet Mondrian

As following the Mondrian Route means it is obligatory to see the De Stijl & Mondrian section, i took the opportunity to check if my favourites are still there.

Piet Mondrian

Of course they are and they never disappoint.

Vilmos Huszár

Apart from the obvious works by Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) there are other personal favourites like Bart van der Leck (1876-1958) and Vilmos Huszár (1884-1960).

Vilmos Huszár

Again, under the tranquillity of the Covid-19 measures at the museum, it was a great joy to see these works in all there preciousness again, without the pressure of any other visitors who may disturb your attention.

Bart van der Leck

After all, art watching is an egotistic activity.

Bart van der Leck
Vilmos Huszár

At best it’s you and the work of art, and nobody in between or around.

Piet Mondrian
Lucassen

However, i couldn’t  spend much time there as i needed time for the Lucassen show. Reinier Lucassen  (1939) has built an impressive oeuvre of paintings.

Lucassen
Lucassen
Lucassen
Lucassen

He started in the 1960s as an artist who combined elements of figurative and abstract art and of high art and consumer culture, like other artists in the Netherlands and Belgium, usually called Nieuwe figuratie (New Figuration).

Lucassen
Lucassen
Lucassen
Lucassen

In the case of Lucassen it has become an art intermingled with the beauty of the banal and the absurd.

Lucassen
Lucassen
Lucassen
Lucassen

Lucassen’s work is also linguistic, as such it may be even more mysterious to a non-Dutch speaker than it is for a Batavophone.

Lucassen
Lucassen
Lucassen
Lucassen

As usual in these big shows at the KM there is an overload of works.

Lucassen
Lucassen
Lucassen
Lucassen

The works are not presented chronologically.

Lucassen
Lucassen
Lucassen
Lucassen

To an extent, that works, as mutual correlations between the paintings of different periods may become clear.

Lucassen
Lucassen
Lucassen
Lucassen

On the other hand, after watching intensely (which is now really possible!) for some time, one gets the idea of getting a bit dizzy of all these different voices that shout, sing and whisper at you.

Lucassen
Lucassen
Lucassen
Lucassen

To be short about visiting the KM at the moment: it is now possible to really look at the works intensely, or even reflect on them while looking, which is great and unique for this period of the crisis.

Lucassen
Lucassen
Lucassen
Lucassen

However, as the exhibitions are quite big – apart from Navid Nuur’s, although his is big in its reflective content – you need to plan ahead what you really want to see.

Lucassen
Lucassen
Lucassen
Lucassen

Otherwise you may not fall victim to the Covid-19 virus but to the Stendhal syndrome.

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Art in corona times 7a. Mondrian Route, Kunstmuseum, The Hague (first leg: A.R. Penck and Navid Nuur)

This picture report is in two parts, otherwise it would be too long and you might have problems opening it. Click here to see the next part, Art in corona times 7b.

A.R. Penck
A.R. Penck

June 1st the Kunstmuseum (let’s abbreviate it to KM) here in The Hague reopened its doors after two and a half months of closure because of the Covid-19 pandemic, just like other museums in this country.

A.R. Penck
A.R. Penck

There are very strict restrictions to enter and to move around in the museum.

A.R. Penck

Reservations have to be made online for a two hours timeslot, there is an obligatory choice between two routes and only one-way traffic is possible, but generally everything is very well organised and staff seem to be more friendly than usual.

A.R. Penck
A.R. Penck

The two routes are the so-called Berlage Route and the Mondrian Route.

A.R. Penck
A.R. Penck

When i visited on June 2nd i took the Mondrian Route which leads you along the A.R. Penck exhibition, Navid Nuur’s presentation, the permanent De Stijl collection and the Lucassen exhibition.

A.R. Penck
A.R. Penck

Although two hours were obviously not enough for me, i very much enjoyed seeing all these works in real.

A.R. Penck
A.R. Penck

Because of the restrictions and the maximum number of visitors (which is indicated for every room) i had a very tranquil afternoon.

A.R. Penck
A.R. Penck

No crowds of people who are in your way, just silence and very little noise of another visitor now and then, that’s how i like it! In this report you see some aspects of the first leg of my tour: A.R. Penck (1939-2017) and Navid Nuur (1976).

A.R. Penck
A.R. Penck

I am planning a review for Villa la Repubblica (in Dutch) about at least one of the three not-permanent shows, so keep yourself posted!

A.R. Penck
A.R. Penck

As for A.R. Penck: I saw his work first in a solo show somewhere in the 1970s in the Boijmans Museum in Rotterdam (digitally i can’t find any reference to that exhibition).

A.R. Penck

That was quite an experience to me as an adolescent (which, i must say, is quite a broad definition in my case).

A.R. Penck
A.R. Penck

His works were exhibited on partitions, creating small rooms where you were confronted with his graffiti.

A.R. Penck
A.R. Penck

It was both artistically and for its presentation a revelation to me. Now he has become one of the classics of German art.

A.R. Penck

The present show at the KM is quite a big retrospective.

A.R. Penck
A.R. Penck

It has all the pros and cons of such a blockbuster.

A.R. Penck
A.R. Penck

It is quite  overwhelming, and even some huge paintings were pushed into the very inner of the museum in one way or another.

A.R. Penck

A few smaller parts of the show are closed because of the corona measures, but, as it’s such a big show, you don’t really miss that.

A.R. Penck
A.R. Penck

I felt privileged having all these works practically for my own.

A.R. Penck
A.R. Penck

Navid Nuur

No idea how old Navid Nuur was when i saw my first Penck exhibition, but the times of revelations seem to be far behind us.

Navid Nuur
Navid Nuur
Navid Nuur

After the savagery of Penck’s painting Nuur offers you more introspection in the KM’s so-called project space.

Navid Nuur
Navid Nuur
Navid Nuur

Nuur shows you the almost eternal life of dead matter, its transformation into minerals, into life, into light, into history, into philosophy, permeating and indeed being part of us and the rest of the world.

Navid Nuur
Navid Nuur, Philip Galle, Pieter Bruegel
Navid Nuur
Navid Nuur

He has made a fine ensemble out of it.

Navid Nuur
Navid Nuur
Navid Nuur

Another visitor walked around in the room as well, reading her booklet about the show, when at last she asked me if i understood it.

Navid Nuur
Navid Nuur
Navid Nuur
Navid Nuur

To me that is a question of conscience, for, as an art historian, one knows all too well that one can never fully understand a work of art…..

Navid Nuur
Navid Nuur
Navid Nuur
Navid Nuur

Next leg of the tour (Mondrian & De Stijl and Lucassen) is in the next report. Click here to get there.

Navid Nuur

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Contents of all photographs courtesy to the estate of A.R. Penck, to Navid Nuur and to the Kunstmuseum, Den Haag.

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Art in corona times 6. Hoogtij #61 (High Tide Festival #61), The Hague

Usually Villa Next Door doesn’t pay much attention to events like Hoogtij (Dutch for ‘High Tide’). Hoogtij is a seasonal Hague event – always on a Friday night – in which most commercial and non-commercial galleries in the city are open to the public. Gallerists and artists are present and there are always many special events. Due to the circumstances this couldn’t take place yesterday night, so the organisation decided to go online. 22 venues took part in this edition.

So i sat down in front of my computer to see everything. Most of the material can still be seen on the internet. A special event was an interview by Marie Jeanne de Rooij with Jane Huldman, sister, mother and grandmother to many an artist in The Hague.

It is a warm blooded interview, recommended for those who are interested in modern and contemporary art history of The Hague and the nitty-gritty of, amongst others, the Dutch art subsidy system. The interview is in Dutch and  it is not subtitled.

I hopped alphabetically through The Hague in order not to miss anything, so i started at …ism which showed Museum Guards, in which the inhabitants of …ism perform as guards of their own house and collection, staring at you blankly in their own paradise.

1646 has a delightful presentation by Afra Eisma  of her exhibition Feline Whispers which had to close down because of the corona crisis, but which can now be experienced digitally.

Undoubtedly hers is one of the most moving Hoogtij presentations.

Victoria Kieffer’s presentation at Aether Haga is interesting for its content, but why didn’t she present it in French with English subtitles and with more creativity in the visual materials?

Baracca gives a trailer, or rather an announcement of its 2015 project Inside Job, which can be seen on Yvo van der Vat’s YouTube channel. It will take you more than an hour to see the whole movie.

At De Helena Hanna de Haan and Rik Buter have been working on a charcoal wall drawing, improvising on and reacting to each other’s work.

At Dürst Britt & Mayhew gallerist Jaring Dürst Britt shows you around in its first lustrum exhibition Vèf Jaaaah, with works by all the gallery’s artists. If you switch to the gallery’s Facebook and Instagram pages you can see Alexander Mayhew talking about the different works of art (in English). I reported about the exhibition here.

Galerie Maurits van de Laar presents a tour by artist and curator of its present exhibition Christie van der Haak.

As Christie has been a much valued teacher at the Royal Academy in The Hague she will be to many – like Jane Huldman – a kind of sister, mother and grandmother of the arts. It is a wonderful presentation in Dutch. I reported about the exhibition here.

At the Grafische Werkplaats (Graphic Studio) Nina van Dijk and Cedric ter Bals show you around (in English) in the exhibition Slechte verhalen fikken niet (Bad Stories Don’t Burn) while Christiaan Schoonenberg presents his own story.

All done in a wonderfully spontaneous way (at least, that is how it looks like).

At Heden artist Thijs Jaeger presents his work Four Horse Men, a small but intriguing work based on the Apocalypse. The presentation is in Dutch.

At HOK gallery, one of the very smallest in The Hague, Harold de Bree opens his own exhibition Borderlines.

His presentation is in English and there is even champagne!

At Maldoror Gallery Roeland Langendoen and Elsbeth Verheul show paintings.

Maldoror is one of the easiest accessible of the lot as it is just a shop window.

Malieveldwerk is at the Malieveld where on Saturdays you may find one or more artists experimenting. The short video is from 2013 (when snow was still a common winter feature in this country) in which the experiments are announced by Topp & Dubio. The announcement is in Dutch.

Projektruimte West end (West End Project Space) shows you around in an exhibition of paintings, drawings, photographs and objects featuring cats.

A must see for any cat lover or even not-cat lover.

Quartair presents the interactive exhibition stay-go.nl. It takes some extra clicks to get there, but it is fun.

Refunc is one of the very few venues which are digitally much better than in real, as far as i am concerned.

Those who need a reflective moment about space are well served by Henk Hubenet at Ruimtevaart with the short but fine video Circumstanced.

See Lab, itself located in far off Scheveningen, which makes it difficult to physically take part in Hoogtij, can be accessed now online with a presentation of the digital project Walking with Unimals by the artists of Pointer Studio. The project is presently on show ‘in real’ at See Lab.

In a very short presentation gallerist Alex Lebbink shows you the way to his SinArts Gallery.

It takes some extra clicking to SinArts’ own website to see the very interesting and worthwhile presentations of four artists and their works. Alex interviewed them all in English and it is a good way to get acquainted with their work. There are some short but beautiful video works and a recording of an impressive performance readily accessible as well.

Peter van Beveren’s The Archives has no short video. Why not? Surely all those books look interesting and intriguing enough, don’t they?

With a very short teaser Trixie announces its upcoming exhibition focus loslaten | ontspannen (let loose focus | relax) which takes place in June and for which you can apply in advance for a visit.

West Den Haag in “Onze Ambassade” (“Our Embassy” –  the former American Embassy) shows some slides of the four exhibitions it has at the moment.

Z Extra: Raamproject (Window Project), shows a short preview of a project by artist Yvette Teeuwen. Together with painter Casper Verborg – Yvette outside and Casper inside – they make a drawing on a window (at Heden). After some time a passer-by is also allowed to take part.

To end the evening i watched the short movie Dusk of the Harmonious Garden by Shen Wei, one of SinArts’ artists. A perfect and peaceful work to finish with!

Although these video presentations can never match the atmosphere and uniqueness of the usual Hoogtij events they are a good sign of life of the artists community in The Hague, and, as such, more venues could have taken part. Just to give a sign of life. Another good message is that most of the exhibitions are still on show “in real” and can be visited under conditions, so inquire at the websites of the galleries how you can visit them.

Click here to see all the Hoogtij presentations on its YouTube channel.

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Art in corona times 5. For the Love of Art, Galerie Ramakers, The Hague

Galerie Ramakers recently opened a new show specially made for these difficult times.

Frank Halmans
Reinier Lagendijk; background left: Warffemius,; background right: Bob Bonies
Warffemius

The gallery is quite spacious, so the five feet distance rule can easily be observed.

Warffemius
Reinoud Oudshoorn
Reinoud Oudshoorn

Of course there are setbacks for the gallery and its artists.

Joncquil
Reinoud Oudshoorn
Marion Bijlenga

Fairs are postponed or don’t take place and works made for these events or meant to be shown at them have to be exhibited in another way.

Joncquil
Joncquil
Johan De Wit

In the gallery is, of course, the best and most obvious way to do so.

Johan De Wit
Frank Halmans
Frank Halmans

One can look at zillions of works of art on the internet, but nothing can beat the real thing.

Reinier Lagendijk
Reinier Lagendijk
Bob Bonies

Many of the works presently on show are for the inquisitive and have the power to absorb you.

Michel Hoogervorst
Michel Hoogervorst
Warffemius

Personally i enjoyed seeing these works very much. Some of them are golden oldies, others are quite new.

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Contents of all photographs courtesy to the artists and Galerie Ramakers, Den Haag.

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