Robbert de Goede

1969 in Amsterdam, Netherlands

Artworks full of concentration and meditation

For Robbert de Goede, concentration and meditation are important prerequisites for contentment and happiness. They are inextricably linked to creative processes and intensive self-awareness. His works are surprisingly sensual spatial experiences that virtually draw the viewer into the work and enable new spatial experiences.

Each object is unique and handmade from acrylic ropes. He also realizes larger works and fascinating spatial installations on a project basis.

Exhibitions and art fairs

2024:

Installation, Kunstlinie, Almere, Netherlands

Lines and horizons, Vijzelgracht 7, Amsterdam, Netherlands

2023:

PAN Amsterdam, MPV Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands

MOYA Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Installation, Festival Tweetakt, Utrecht, Netherlands

2022:

Orange Day, Gallery Kellermann, Düsseldorf, Germany

Pan Amsterdam, MPV Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Exhibition & Glass Special, MPV Gallery, Oisterwijk, Netherlands

Big Art 6, Zaandam, Netherlands

Art Wars, MOYA Artspace, Oosterhout, Netherlands

Vorm aan de vecht, Buitenplaats Doornburhg, Maarssen, Netherlands

FRANX, group, Zoetermeer, Netherlands

2021:

100 Jaar de Kring, solo exhibition, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Young Art, MOYA Artspace, Oosterhout, Netherlands

De Galerie Den Haag, Den Haag, Netherlands

2020:

Ij Kunst collectief, group, Amsterdam, Netherlands

2019:

Gallery Kellermann, group, Düsseldorf, Germany

BIG ART 4, installation, group, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Zutphen Concreet, group, Zutphen, Netherlands

Art Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany

2018:

Gallery Kellermann, group, Düsseldorf, Germany

BIG ART, installation, group, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Symposion, Fort Vuren, group, Gorinchem, Netherlands

KunstRai/Art, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Art Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany

CWART, installation, group, Knokke Heist, Belgium

2017:

ONEstudio, installation, solo exhibition, Valencia, Spain

BIG ART, installation, group, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Galeria El, group, Elblag, Poland

KunstRai/Art, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Galerie T, group, Middelburg, Netherlands

Galerie Franzis Engels, group, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Nieuw Dakota, group, Amsterdam, Netherlands

2016:

Nieuw Dakota, group, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Bos Fine Art, group, Utrecht, Netherlands

Art West Amsterdam, installation, solo exhibition, Amsterdam, Netherlands

2015:

Symposion, group, Gorinchem, Netherlands

Galeria El, group, Elblag, Poland

Umelka, group, Bratislava, Slovakia

Galeria Vytvarneho Umeni, group, Ostrava, Czech Republic

Eatranska Galerie, group, Poprad, Slovakia

Rotterdam Contemporary Art Fair, Rotterdam, Netherlands

2014:

Encounter Contemporary London popup, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Galeria El, group, Elblag, Poland

Balance-Unbalance, outdoor exhibition, Noosa, Australia

KunstRai/Amsterdam ArtFair, solo exhibition, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Raw Art Fair, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Art Breda, Breda, Netherlands

2013:

International Symposium for Electronic Arts, Sydney, Australia

Balance-Unbalance, outdoor exhibition, Noosa, Australia

Floating Land Festival, outdoor exhibition, Noosa, Australia

KunstRai/Amsterdam ArtFair, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Raw Art Fair, Rotterdam, Netherlands

2012:

International Symposium for Electronic Arts, Albuquerque, USA

2011:

SummerExpo, group, Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, Netherlands

Gallery Kulter, group, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Tricot Winterswijk, installation, solo exhibition, Winterswijk, Netherlands

Dutch Design Week, group, Eindhoven, Netherlands

Installation at Cityhall, The Hague, Netherlands

2010:

Art Prague, Prague, Czech Republic

Prizes and awards:

2021:

Frame Awards 2021 Winner: Living – large Apartement of the Year, Frame Publishers B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Biography

The roots of Robbert de Goede’s artistic work lie in architecture. De Goede was born in Amsterdam in 1969 and studied architectural design at the HKU in Utrecht and art at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago until 1998. He finds his artistic role models in kinetic art, minimalism, and the Dutch ZERO movement, NUL.

De Goede is also a true spatial architect in his artworks. He searches for connections and dynamic compositions in space; the third dimension is his home. His aim is to take the viewer into a space full of calm and balance, a space in which the psyche can become creative, relax, and experience happiness.

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