Prolonged: The Art of Loish

Until June 28

Lois Van Baarle - also known as Loish - is a leading light in the Netherlands when it comes to digital art.

We have prolonged The Art of Loish. So, when we will open again on June 1 at 12.00 in the afternoon you can still admire her contributions to well-known animated films and computer games, and also her beautiful non-commissioned works in this temporary exhibition at Storyworld.

Illustration 1 Million © Lois van Baarle

Until June 28

About the exhibition

Van Baarle designs characters for animated films and computer games, including Horizon Zero Dawn (2017). At present, however, she is enjoying her greatest success with her non-commissioned work, which often features young women. Sometimes dreamy, but usually strong and independent. These portraits have brought her international acclaim.

Tickets

Tickets are for sale now. Due to our corona safety measures, please buy your tickets online and in advance. Your ticket gives you entry to all parts of Storyworld, so the exhibition too.

Tickets

Biography of Lois van Baarle

Lois van Baarle (11 October 1985) studied animation at HKU University of the Arts Utrecht. Her final-year film, Trichrome Blue (2009), was shown at various animated film festivals and received an HKU award.

After her degree, she dedicated herself to creating concept art. She collaborated on TV commercials, documentaries and computer games, including The Stanwick Legacy (2012), Mercy of the Gallows (2013) and Horizon Zero Dawn (2017).

Van Baarle also creates non-commissioned works. Much of this can be admired on her Instagram account. 

Biography of Lois van Baarle