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Michaël Berkhemer (1948)

Academy of Fine Arts Arnhem

Selected Exhibitions:

2005 Galerie Clement, Amsterdam, NL (solo) Museum Waterland, Purmerend, NL (solo)
2004 Kunst Zürich 04, Switzerland (group) Billing-Bild, Baar, Switzerland (solo)
Art Frankfurt, Germany (group)
Kunst Köln, Germany (group)
Galerie Clement, Amsterdam, NL(group)
2003 Navy Pier Show, Chicago, Hartz Gallery/Wildwood Press (group), USA
Art Frankfurt, Germany, (group)
Pan, Amsterdam, NL (solo) 2002 Hartz Gallery, St. Louis, (solo), USA
Editions 2002, Chelsea New York, Wildwood Press (group)
“Grafiek Nu”, Singer Museum, Laren, NL (group)
Art Frankfurt, Germany, (group)
2001 Gruppe Grün, Bremen, Germany (solo)
Art Frankfurt, Germany, (group)
2000 Shearburn Gallery, St. Louis (solo)
Washington University Gallery of Art, St. Louis (group)
Art Frankfurt, Germany (group)
Billing Bild, Baar, Switzerland, (solo)
1999 Galerie Maria Chailloux, Amsterdam, NL (solo)
1998 Art Fair Stockholm, Sweden (group)
“Colour, Matter, Energy”, (group), De Nederlandsche Bank en de Hoge School van Amsterdam
1997 Museum Henriëtte Polak, Zuthpen, NL (solo),
1996 Art Fair Stockholm, Sweden, (group)
Art Multiple Düsseldorf, Germany (group)
1995 Museum Flehite, Amersfoort, NL (group), Verein für Aktuelle Kunst, Kunsthalle Oberhausen, Germany (group)
1994 Galerie Maria Chailloux, Amsterdam (solo)
Kunst Rai Amsterdam (Maria Chailloux) (group)

Represented in public, corporate and private collections, such as: Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague, Nederlands Ballet Orkest, Letterkundig Museum, The Hague, KPMG, AXA Leven, AEGON, TC Team Consult, Netherlands, ABNAMRO Bank, ING Bank, Ministery of Foreign Affairs, Court of Justice Amsterdam and in private and corporate collections in Germany, Switzerland , France and the USA.

 


Z.T. Acryl op linnen 2004  170x110cm elk

Artists Statement
My work originates in the tradition of purity and soberness which has characterized Dutch painting for centuries. At the same time I feel connected to the tradition of modernism. Using a variety of techniques and working with a range of materials I strive for a balance between form and colour, reason and emotion. Nature is an important source of inspiration for me. Without intending to imitate natural forms, I seek to represent the emotional impact of nature in all her manifestations.

 
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