Annet Gelink Gallery starts the new season with the first solo-exhibition in Holland by the Hungarian artist Rita Ackermann (1968) who lives and works in New York. Her drawings and paintings are characterized by a combination of childlike innocence and a tendency towards the forbidden and occult. The marriage of these two extremes provides the imagery of a (dream) world where beauty and desire get together with aggression and fear. These are the images for a diary of an introspective journey. During a visit to Vienna Ackermann saw the wellknown frieze by Gustav Klimt and was impressed by it. She decided by way of an ode to the artist to make the series of nineteen drawings which is shown at Annet Gelink Gallery. In the back room Ackermann has made a big wallpainting.