November 01, 2015

Kees Moeliker opens Terra Ultima show.

Last Sunday Kees Moeliker, chief-curator of the Museum of Natural History in Rotterdam and winner of the IG Nobel prize in biology, spoke about remarkable animal behaviour in Gallery Untitled. The exhibited Terra Ultima discoveries by Deleo seemed to meet the approval of his curious scientific mind, always eager to discover new species.
Musical performance by Auke Hulst, hosted by Lenny Oosterwijk.

From left to right: Kees Moeliker, Auke Hulst, Raoul Deleo, Lenny Oosterwijk. (photo: Katrien Gijsen)
October 01, 2015

Solo show at gallery Untitled.

From October 1 until December 31, 2015, Deleo will show his Terra Ultima discoveries at gallery Untitled, in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
During the last ten years, Raoul Deleo, discovered and explored an uncharted part of the earth. His findings were added to a still growing collection of illustrations and objects.
All of them bear witness of the discovery of a continent so large, rich and diverse in vegetation and wildlife, that it remains a mystery why it has never been described before. The continent and the collection is called Terra Ultima.

Opening at gallery Untitled.
May 05, 2015

Terra Ultima artprint for sale in VK Magazine.

A high quality artprint of a new painting for the Terra Ultima project is now for sale.
The painting was especially created for a new initiative by Volkskrant Magazine. In the last issue of the magazine 13 artists were presented with a high quality reproduction of a freshly made artwork. These giclee prints are signed and numbered and are exclusively sold in the webshop of the magazine. Also for this occasion a Pop Up gallery opened in an old car garage in Amsterdam.

Signing of one hundred giclee prints (left) of the original Phoenicoterus Cervocephalus (right).
May 01, 2014

Opening of ‘Boeddha in de Linie’ in Fort Asperen.

On May 11, the exhibition ‘Boeddha in de Linie’ will open in Fort Asperen. Four participants of the project will show their work. For two weeks, paintings and a sculpture made by Deleo during the artist in residence project can be seen in a bastion of the ‘Hollandse Waterlinie’, called ‘Fort Asperen’.

Part of the exhibition in Fort Asperen.
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