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Painting, Contemporary, Perspective

Ge-Karel van der Sterren

(1969, Stadskanaal, Netherlands)

Biography

Ge-Karel van der Sterren is a dutch painter that was exhibiting around the world soon after his graduation.

In 2009 he made the monumental piece ‘Oopsie Daisy’ that is 14 meters wide and 3 meters high for the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag. This painting was representing Ge-Karel’s vision at the consumption society that we live in today.

Education & Residencies

1995 – 1996 | Academy of Fine Arts & Design in Enschede, Netherlands

Awards

2007 | Jeanne Oosting Award

1999 | Prix de Rome Painting

1999 | Koninklijke Prijs voor de Vrije Schilderkunst

Exhibitions

2019 | ‘Wallflowers in Reykjavik’ at Galleri Gangur, Iceland

2018 | ‘Verzamelen’ at De Vishal in Haarlem, Netherlands

2018 | ‘Cherry Picking’ at Kersgallery in Amsterdam, Netherlands

2017 | ‘For Real’ at Kersgallery in Amsterdam, Netherlands

2016 | De Kersentuin with Kersgallery at KunstRAI in Amsterdam, Netherlands

2015 | ‘Wild Beest’ at Gemeentemuseum Helmond, Netherlands

2014 | ‘Droomkunst’ at Singer Laren Museum, Netherlands

2013 | We Like Art at Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, Netherlands

2012 | ‘Painter Mania’ at Faap Sleper Galerie in Utrecht, Netherlands

2009 | ‘Oopsie Daisy’ at Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, Netherlands

2006 | ‘Point of View’ at Fonds Welters Gallery in Amsterdam, Netherlands

Collections

  • Akzo Art Foundation
  • Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
  • Haags Gemeente Museum,
  • Fries Museum Leeuwaren
  • Nederlandse Bank
  • Museum De Lakenhal Leiden
  • Kolibrie Fonds
  • Eneco

Publications

2013 | Video – Youtube

2013 | Interview – de Brug Krant

2009 | Exhibition – Gemeente Museum Den Haag