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Eddy Stikkelorum | Opere

(The Hague, 1955)

Educational background

 

Royal Academy of Visual Arts (KABK) in the Hague, the Netherlands. Architectural design, Interior- and Furniture design. Graduated on June 19, 1980

Royal Academy of Visual Arts (KABK) in the Hague, the Netherlands. Monumental and Environmental design. Graduated on June 9, 1981

Centre for Arts Management at the Utrecht School of the Arts. Course Arts Management - Visual Arts (1987)

Centre for Arts Management at the Utrecht School of the Arts. Course Arts Management - Visual Arts - International (1989)

 

Exhibitions

2018

Gallery Kunstlokaal No 8, Jubbega, Friesland. (with Maartje Blans)

KunstRAI Art Amsterdam

(gallery 9 contemporary art), RAI, Amsterdam.

 

2017

“Licht en Verlangen” Art Center Kadmium, Delft.

(with Johannes Karman and curated by Coby Brinkers)

Rotterdam Contemporary Art Fair (gallery 9 contemporary art), World Trade Center, Rotterdam.

 

2016

"Kleur en Ruimte", Gallery Broft, Leerdam. (curated by Piet Augustijn, former curator of contemporary art at the Gorcums Museum in Gorinchem.)

‘Rondom de leegte‘ galerie Agnes Raben, Vorden. (with Christine Bittremieux)

 

2015

“Art at Home, Collection Wilploo’, Stedelijk Museum Schiedam.

Rotterdam Contemporary Art Fair 2015

(gallery 9, Amsterdam), Cruise Terminal, Rotterdam.

 

2014

KunstRAI 2014, Amsterdam

(gallery 9, Amsterdam), Amsterdam RAI, Amsterdam.

Michele Mariaud Gallery, New York, USA

Raw Art Fair 2014, Rotterdam

(gallery 9, Amsterdam), Cruise Terminal, Rotterdam.

Art Palm Beach 2014, Palm Beach, Florida, USA (Michele Mariaud Gallery, New York, USA)

 

2013

Galerie Rehorst, The Hague. (with Tineke Porck)

Pulchri Studio, The Hague. 2012 Pulchri Studio, The Hague.

 

2011

Galerie Kunstlokaal No 8, Jubbega, Friesland. (with Maarten Brinkman)

Pulchri Studio, The Hague.

 

2010

International Art Fair ’AAF’(The Affordable Art Fair), Westergasfabriek, Amsterdam.

International Art Fair ’Art Rotterdam / Object Rotterdam’, Las Palmas, Rotterdam.

 

2009

‘Triptych’, Gallery DeMedici Fine Arts, Nunspeet. (with Sara Benhamou and Eric de Vries)

Pulchri Studio, The Hague.

 

2008

Gallery Eewal, Amsterdam.

‘Ode to our public’, Gallery Eewal, Leeuwarden. (group)

Gallery DeMedici Fine Arts, Nunspeet. (group)

Pulchri Studio, The Hague

 

2007

‘After Object 2007’,Gallery Eewal, Amsterdam. ‘Temptation’, Gorcums Museum, Gorinchem.

International Art Fair ’Object Rotterdam’, Las Palmas, Rotterdam.

Gallery Rehorst, The Hague. (with Paul van Laere and Molona Boertien

Gallery DeMedici Fine Arts, Nunspeet.

Pulchri Studio, The Hague.

Gallery Eewal, Leeuwarden.

 

2006 Pulchri Studio, The Hague.

Gallery Eewal, Leeuwarden.

 

2005

Studio for Graphic Arts, Den Bosch

 

2004

Centre for Arts and Culture, Zoetermeer (duo-presentation with Arthur Stam).

 

2003/2004

Sculpture park Cuijk

 

2003

Gallery Schulok (formerly known as Zimmer Gallery), Iserlohn, Germany. (solo)

 

2000

‘Image and Time’ in the sculpture park of Schovenhorst Castle, Putten.

 

1998

Dutch Embassy in London, Great Britain. (Solo)

Zimmer Gallery, Iserlohn, Germany. (Solo)

Gallery Lambèr, Valkenswaard.

Soho Gallery, The Hague (duo-presentation with Eric de Vries). Gallery Eewal, Leeuwarden.

 ‘Literature in Fine Arts, Arti et Industriae, The Hague.

 

1996

‘Duetten’ (with Tineke A.M. van Veen, Mieke Verhaar and Eric de Vries) in Gallery Arti et Industriae, The Hague.

 

1995

Gallery Arti et Industriae, The Hague.

‘Local Artists’ in the New The Hague town hall Central (by Richard Meier)

 

1994

Staten Gallery, The Hague. (solo)

Zimmer Gallery, Iserlohn, Germany. (solo)

The Arts Club of The Hague, The Hague.

Gallery Eewal, Amersfoort (Duo-presentation with Marijke Gemessy).

The house of Arts and Crafts, Voorschoten. 1993 Gallery Arti et Industriae, The Hague.

 

1992

Staten Gallery, The Hague. (solo)

 

1991

‘Growth and Movement’ sculpture park in the historic town of Wateringen.

 

1990

Gallery Sytsema, and Gallery Lange Poten (annex Gallery Sytsema), The Hague. (solo)

‘Jubilee exhibition, Arti ́s own choice’, Arti et Industriae, The Hague. 1989 Gallery de Ploegh, Amersfoort.

‘Sculptures’, Arti et Industriae, The Hague.

 

1988

Ministry V.R.O.M., the Inspectorate of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment. (models and maquettes for commissions). (solo)

Gallery Inkt, The Hague.

‘New Local Artists’, Pulchri Studio, The Hague. Gallery Arti et Industriae, The Hague.

 

1987

Gallery Podium, The Hague. (solo debut) Gallery Arti et Industriae, The Hague.

 

 

Commissions Monumental Works

2003

Sculptures in the Central Hall of the Antoniushove Hospital – Medica Centre Haaglanden, Leidschendam / Voorburg.

 

1999

Proposal design, series of sculptures for the Centre for Arts and Culture in Zoetermeer. Proposal design, series of sculptures for Baandert Park in Heemskerk.

Sculpture, especially made for the opening of the Centre for Arts and Culture in Zoetermeer, by Her Majesty Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, May 8th, 2001.

 

1998

Proposal design, artwork for the Treubplein in Voorschoten.

 

1996

Design for a partition-wall / artwork in an inner garden, commissioned by the Consumers Association in the Hague.

Mural sculpture for the District and Welfare Centre ‘Oranjehoek’ in Leidschendam / Voorburg.

 

1994

Design and realization, mural objects in the Dutch Embassy in Lisbon. Commissioned by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

 

1992

Design and realization, artwork ‘Pioggia d’Oro’ in the head-office of ‘Frisia Housing Agent’ in the Hague.

 

1990

Proposal design, sculpture for the Wetering Park UW II in Wassenaar.

Proposal design, sculpture for the Stationsplein in Assen

 

1989

Design and realization, series of sculptures for Hoekpolder district in Rijswijk.

Design and realization, artwork ‘Hip ,Hop, Hurry’, shopping-centre ‘Middelhoven’ in Amstelveen.

 

1988

Proposal design, sculpture for Statensplein in the Hague.

Proposal design, sculpture for Gouweplein in Boskoop.

 

1987

Proposal design, sculpture for the library in Leidschendam / Voorburg.

Proposal design, sculpture for Juliana van Stolbergplein in the Hague.

 

1986

Artwork for the district and welfare centre ‘Bezuidenhout’ in the Hague.

 

1985

Artwork for a fire-station in Rijswijk.

Proposal design, sculptures for Kortenbos Park in the Hague.

 

1984

Purchase sculpture, Ruysdaelplein in Rijswijk. (not carried out)

 

1983

Proposal design for a sculpture on the Stationsplein in Rijswijk.

 

1982

Design and realization, interior and artwork in the police office, Jan Hendrikstraat in The Hague.

 

1981

Proposal design, artwork and waterworks, for the RoCa-heating power-station in Rotterdam.

Commission (study), artwork and landscape design, Prins Clausplein, Leidschendam / Voorburg in commission of ‘Rijkswaterstaat’.

is for the group of artists; Hali, Hendriks, van Laarhoven en Stikkelorum. *** is for the co-operating artists; Stikkelorum, Guilonard.

 

Work in Collections

2012

Purchase ‘Paper sculptures’, unique paper-objects that can be dispatched by envelope (total collection, starting from 1991) by the Royal Library in the Hague.

 

Free work and work in commission is to be found in the collections of companies, government institutions and individual collectors in the Netherlands and foreign countries.

 

Special Commissions

2000-2001

‘Building Bridges’, three-dimensional design for intercultural research project, concerning religions, with an accent on the most important moments in life.

Commissioned by TELEAC / NOT (Dutch School Television), Fatusch

Productions and the Centre for Education Accompaniment of the Hague.

 

1998-1989

‘Towering The Hague’, three-dimensional design for intercultural research project, concerning religions and the thereby belonging architecture.

Commissioned by the Centre for Education Accompaniment of the Hague.

 

1993

Special design ‘Annual report’ for the Supply Fund for Artists.

 

Since 1984

‘Paper sculptures’, unique paper-objects that can be dispatched by envelope.

Once out of the envelope, they can be unfolded into small, three-dimensional sculptures.

 

 

INFORMATION

‘My autonomous works are the result of the struggle for freedom within design’.

Eddy Stikkelorum (The Hague, 1955) is a visual artist and designer for whom artistic freedom is very important. While studying to become an interior architect at the Royal Academy of the Visual Arts in the Hague (1975-1980), he felt his artistic freedom was being overly restricted. Yet he graduated with flying colours, which entitled him to follow a special course for talented students given by Joop Beljon, who at that time was the director of the Royal Academy of the Visual Arts. Beljon, an environmental artist, was one of the founders of ‘art in public space’ and introduced the term ‘design without boundaries’. For Stikkelorum, this period turned out to be a crucial phase that led to a significant increase in artistic freedom. Not only did he complete the two year training within a single year (1981), but he was also given a number of commissions by the Local Authorities and Government Ministers. Despite the fact that these assignments were still bound by all kinds of rules, his artistic freedom continued to steadily increase due to temporarily being able to take advantage of ‘The Municipal Visual Artists arrangement’, thus enabling him to further develop his ‘search for artistic freedom’. In 1984, he made the transition to primarily focusing on his autonomous creative work, which resulted in a ground-breaking development in his creativity.

 

WORK

Stikkelorum’s autonomous work consists of sculptures and objects made of modern materials such as polyester, laminated wood, Perspex and epoxy. He exhibits regularly and is currently represented by ‘gallery 9 (nine)’ in Amsterdam. Stikkelorum differs in two important issues from other visual artists. First of all, in his art, he takes complete distance from any form of reference on either a conceptual, political or commercial level, as he does not wish his work to evoke any association with his reality. If this does happen, he will destroy the work in question, because he aims for his art to evoke feelings in the spectator that have no associations whatsoever with anything else; it is the work itself that counts. But since spectators’ interpretations tend to be unavoidable, Stikkelorum has occasionally used them as titles for his works. But that is history, since a lot of his work now bears the predicate “Untitled”, or merely relates to the moment when the work was created. Secondly, his vast technical knowledge of modern materials also distinguishes him from other artists, and has also earned him other positions and functions in the past. For instance, he was a teacher in sculpture and modern sculpture techniques for ten years, and held several advisory functions in business and government circles.

 

FUTURE

Meanwhile Stikkelorum has found his way to New York, not only due to this city being the Mecca of art, but also because for him, it feels like ‘coming home’. In the U.S.A. he is represented by Gallery Michele Mariaud in New York  and Calvin Charles Gallery in Sottsdale, Arizona.
© Marianne Vermeer, MA Art History, October 2013

 

We’ll Celebrate it Anyway / Part 01

We’ll Celebrate it Anyway / Part 01

2018

Coloured plywood

Misure: cm 34x38x10

We’ll Celebrate it Anyway / Part 02

We’ll Celebrate it Anyway / Part 02

2018

Coloured plywood

Misure: cm38x55x10

We’ll Celebrate it Anyway / Part 03

We’ll Celebrate it Anyway / Part 03

2018

Coloured plywood

Misure: cm 31x45x7

Snow-White Intervention

Snow-White Intervention

2018

Coloured plywood and Perspex plate

Misure: cm 57x17x6

Like Leaving an Inner Contain - part 3

Like Leaving an Inner Contain - part 3

2018

Laminated, lacquered wood and Perspex plate

Misure: cm 21x37x7

Sleep Pattern Intervention

Sleep Pattern Intervention

2018

Coloured plywood and Perspex plate

Misure: cm 37x21x8


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