Jan Henderikse

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Jan Henderikse (Delft, 1937) began his career as an informal painter. In 1960 he co-founded the Dutch Zero group and began experimenting with assemblages and the impact of large numbers of common objects such as corks, produce crates, crates of beer, licence plates and money. In the mid-1970s he became involved in film-making, the publishing of limited editions, photo sequences and installations of found and rejected photographs.
Jan Henderikse lives and works in Antwerp (Belgium) and Brooklyn, New York (U.S.A.)