January 16, 2013
Sander van Deurzen’s current solo exhibition at Galerie Barbara Seiler in Zürich (Switzerland) features new paintings and – for the first time – sculptures by the Dutch artist. The show is titled Please fix my horn (my brakes don’t work), it’s the second solo presentation at the gallery.
Sander van Deurzen was born in 1975 in Blerick (the Netherlands). The artist lives and works in Amsterdam. Sander van Deurzen studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Maastricht, the Netherlands, where he received his diploma in 1997. After the studies he focused his work on painting. With the current solo show Please fix my horn (my brakes don’t work) at Barbara Seiler he introduces sculpture as new form of expression.
Sander van Deurzen’s work is included in collections such as ABN-AMRO bank, Aegon, Collection DSM, Caldic Collection, Fontys Hogescholen Nederland, Gemeente Museum Den Haag, Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Museum Van Bommel Van Dam, Breda’s Museum, Collection Chadha, and De Nederlandsche Bank. Recent exhibitions include Forum für Kunst und Kultur Herzogenrath, Germany; Just Paint (Gemeentemuseum Den Haag); and IKOB – Museum für Zeitgenössische Kunst Eupen, Belgium. Awards include Royal Award for Painting, Royal Palace Foundation, Amsterdam, and Academy Award, Academy of Fine Arts, Maastricht.
Sander van Deurzen: Please fix my horn (my brakes don’t work). Solo exhibition at Galerie Barbara Seiler, Zürich (Switzerland). Preview, January 11, 2013.
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