Maaike Schoorel 1973

Lives in Amsterdam. Works in Amsterdam.

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Maaike Schoorel in "Hollandse meesters"
Maaike Schoorel - Layer Towards the Physicality of Space
Maaike Schoorel in "Hollandse meesters"

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Education 2001 MA, Royal College of Art, London 1998 BA, Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam 1997 Michaelis School of Fine Art, Cape Town Solo exhibitions 2017 London | New York | Rome | Amsterdam, Gemeente Museum Den Hague, The Hague, NL 2016 Gradient, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, US Island Bar, Stigter Van Doesburg, Amsterdam, NL 2015 Maureen Paley, London, UK 2014 Interiors, Stigter Van Doesburg, Amsterdam, NL 2013 Conservatory, Mendes Wood, São Paulo, BR 2012 Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem, NL Tribute, Maureen Paley, London, UK 2011 Maaike Schoorel - Zelfportretten & Stillevens, the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, London, UK zwart / wit dagboek, Galerie Diana Stigter, Amsterdam, NL Maaike Schoorel, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, US 2010 Art Features, Art 41 Basel, Galerie Diana Stigter 2009 Nudes and Garden, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, US 2008 Album, Museum de Hallen, Haarlem, NL Nudes, Maureen Paley, London, UK 2007 Stilleven, Portret, Schutterstuk, Marc Foxx: West Gallery, Los Angeles, US 2006 Bathing dining garden father daughters beach bed, Maureen Paley, London, UK 2004 Rheinschau art Cologne projects, Galerie Diana Stigter, Cologne, Germany, (C) Twilight, Galerie Diana Stigter, Amsterdam 2002 Darling Buds, Galerie Diana Stigter, Amsterdam Group exhibitions 2018 Lust, Laughter, Liquor, Sofie van de Velde, Antwerp, Belgium 2017 Rumoer in de stad, Gemeente Museum Den Hague, The Hague, The Netherlands Anne Collier, William Daniels, Annette Kelm, Carter Mull, David Musgrave, Maaike Schoorel, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, USA 2016 CONDO 2017: Maureen Paley hosting dépendance, Maureen Paley, London, UK The future is already here – it’s just not evenly distributed, 20th Sydney Biennale, Sydney, Australia 2015 Marc Foxx Gallery, Los Angeles, USA Silence Out Loud, Museum Kranenburgh, Bergen, The Netherlands TANTRUM, Le Teinturier De Geest, Brussels, Belgium A Woman’s Hand, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK Salon, Kunstverein, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 2014 Landscape: the Virtual, the Actual, the Possible?, Guangdong Times Museum, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China, touring to: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, USA Variations: Conversations in and Around Abstract Painting, LACMA, Los Angeles, USA How Soon is Now?, Manifesta Foundation & DutchCulture, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Windows, Kunsthal KAdE, Amersfoort, Netherlands The Peacock, Grazer Kunstverein, Graz, Austria Maaike Schoorel and Michiel Ceulers, The Arts Club, London, UK 2013 Mind is Outer Space, Casey Kaplan, New York Reading the Surface, David Zwirner, London Open Studios Iscp - International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP), New York City, USA But The Clouds, Room East, New York City, USA 2012 Repeat to Fade, Mendes Wood gallery, São Paulo. Nothing, Like Something Happens Anywhere, Chapter, Cardiff, Wales 2011 Museum of Old and New Art, Tasmania, Australia. Saatchi Gallery in Adelaide: British Art Now, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide. Painted Over/Under, LACE, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles. Painting Between the Lines, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, (C) What’s Up!, De jongste schilderkunst in Nederland - Dordrechts Museum, Dordrecht, USA Next Season, Marc Foxx Gallery, Los Angeles, USA 2010 British Art Show 7, Hayward Touring Exhibitions, opening Nottingham, touring to: Hayward Gallery, London, Glasgow and Plymouth, (C) Newspeak, Saatchi Gallery, London, (C) Collector’s Items No.2: High Drama: Works from the Collection of Hugo & Carla Brown, The Dutch Cultural Pop-Up Space, London, UK 2009 Visible Invisible: Against the Security of the Real, Parasol Unit, London, (C) The Other Shore, Dutch Embassy, London, UK. Obsession: contemporary art from the Lodeveans Collection, University of Leeds, UK Fallen out of Space, Mol’s place, London (C) Long Meg, Vilma Gold, London Obsession for Collection, Summerfield Gallery, University of Gloucestershire, UK. 2008 Roger Hiorns, Christina Mackie, Maaike Schoorel, Galerie Diana Stigter, Amsterdam Eyes Wide Open – New to the Collection, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Nonknowledge, Project Arts Centre, Dublin. Wolvecamp Prize, Hengelo, Netherlands, (C) Hiromi Yoshii, Tokyo, Japan 2007 Prix de Rome 2007, de Apple, Amsterdam, (C) How to Endure, curated by Tom Morton, Athens Biennial, Athens Very Abstract and Hyper Figurative, curated by Jens Hoffmann, Thomas Dane Gallery, London, (C) Zes, Marc Foxx, LA, & Harris Lieberman, New York, curated by Marc Foxx, (C) Double A-Side, Artist’s-Hertogenbosch (a collaboration between Artis, Centre for Fine Art, Stedelijk Museum’s-Hertogenbosch and The Boulevard Theatre Festival). 2006Just in time, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, (C) Le Nouveau Siècle, curated by Xander Karskens, Museum van Loon, Amsterdam, (C) Vincent van Gogh and Expressionism, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam 2005 Alex Bircken, Mari Eastman, Maaike Schoorel, Maureen Paley, London Slow Art, Museum Kunst Palast, Düsseldorf, (C) Prague Biennale 2, presentation for Flash Art, Prague, (C) Two person show with Nathaniel Mellors, IBID Projects, Vilnius, Lithuania. 2004 Must I paint you a Picture?, curated by Pablo Lafuente, Haunch of Venison, London Concert in the Egg, The Ship, London 2003 Someplace Unreachable, IBID Projects, London To Avoid the Void, Artwalk, Amsterdam 2002 Koninklijke Subsidie voor Vrije Schilderkunst, Gemeente Museum, The Hague Band in Crisis, (with Skill 7 Stamina 12), Cooper Gallery, Dundee Deliberate Regression, Daniel Arnaud Gallery, London And Other Love Stories, Galerie Diana Stigter, Amsterdam 2001 An Elephant Station, Vilma Gold, London Selected bibliography 2018 Mahiques, Alejandra, Entrevista a la pintora Maaike Schoorel, gacetaholandesa.com, 25 January 2018 2017 Ockhuysen, Ronald, Tasten en zoeken naar betekenis, het Parool, 26 August 2017, pp. 16–20 Hoogerwerf, Lisanne, Ingetogen schilderkunst, Den Haag Centraal, 31 August 2017, p. 41 van de Velde, Paola, Speelse doeken, Telegraaf Vrij Magazine, 16 September 2017, p.68 van Leeuwen, Anna, Dit werk werkt hier niet, Volkskrant, 25 October 2017, p.44 2016 Bywater, Jon, 20th Sydney Biennale: The future is already here - it’s just not evenly distributed, ArtAgenda, art-agenda.com, 4 April 2016 2015 Cumming, Laura, All in the mind’s eye, The Observer, The New Review, 22 March 2015, p.29. Douglas, Caroline, Maaike Schoorel, Sub-Lo, at Maureen Paley, London, www.contemporaryartsociety.org, 20 March 2015 ----, SUB-LO. Maaike Schoorel, curamagazine.com, 2 April 2015 2014 Deveney, Catherine, Rising Stars of 2015, theguardian.com, 28 December 2014Randall, Brent, Michiel Ceulers and Maaike Schoorel at The Arts Club, huskmagazine.com, 29 January 2014 Winn, Steven, Art Review: ‘Landscape: The Virtual, the Actual, the Possible?’, sfgate.com, 27 October 2014 2013 --------, Mind is Outer Space, cura magazine, July 2013 Smith, Roberta, Mind is Outer Space, The New York Times, 25 July 2013, p. 23 2012 Robecchi, Michele, Maaike Schoorel, Flash Art, October 2012, p.113. Smyth, Cherry, Nothing Like Something Happens Anywhere, thisistomorrow.info, 17 September 2012. 2011 Leith, Caoimhín Mac Giolla, British Art Show 7, Frieze, January-February 2011, pp.99-100. Jeffreys, Tom, British Art Show at the Hayward, Spoonfed.co.uk, 15 January 2011. The Dutch Issue, Litro, issue 102, 2011, cover. Ward, Ossian, British art burns bright, Time Out, 3 March 2011, p.53. 2010 Cumming, Laura, British Art Show 7: In the Days of the Comet, guardian.co.uk, 31 October 2010. Charlesworth, JJ, Visible Invisible, Time Out, 14 January 2010, p.38. Frane, Crasier, Maaike Schoorel interview, crasierfrane.com, 7 December 2010. Critics’ Choice: Major Spaces, Time Out, 14 January 2010, p.40. On The Town: Thomas Scheibitz, Art Review, November 2010, p.188. Osté, Mariëlle, Moment van Stilte, Elegance, June 2010, pp.120-125. Luke, Ben, Compared with Whiteread and Hirst, these Saatchi works feel thin and lame, Evening Standard, 26 October 2010, pp. 26-27. 2009 Fisher, Alice, Maureen, Fantastic Man, Autumn/Winter 2009, pp.148-155. Lehrer-Graiwer, Sarah, Maaike Schoorel, artforum.com, January 2009. Luke, Ben, Visible Invisible: Against The Security Of The Real, EveningStandard.co.uk, 25 November 2009. McLean-Ferris, Laura, Visible Invisible; Against the Security of the Real, artreview.com, 26 November 2009. Miles, Christopher, Maaike Schoorel at Marc Foxx, LA Weekly, 4 February 2009. Osborne, Hannah, Visible Invisible: Against the Security of the Real, ameliasmagazine.com, 3rd December 2009. van der Kroef, Saskia, Maaike Schoorel, Artforum, January 2009, p.229. Wullschlager, Jackie, A force that has driven art for 100 years, FT.com, 28 November 2009. 2008 Andriessen, Mischa, Verdwijnkunst die eist, Het Financiele Dagblad, 20 September 2008. Darley, Esther, Slow art van Maaike Schoorel, Knunstbeeld.Nl, October 2008. Dost, Leonard, ‘Almost Unattainable by the eye’, De Volkskrant, 7 October 2008. den Hartog Jager, Hans, ‘Aan het wit ontworsteld de leegtes van Maaike Schoorel’, NRC Handelsblad, 19 September 2008, p.12. Herbert, Martin, Maaike Schoorel, Frieze, June 2008, pp. 228-229. van Hoore, Cees, Schilderen, Ongrijpbaar als Muziek, Haarlems Dagblad, 10 September 2008. Philby, Charlotte, My Home: Beyond the pale, The Independent: Property, 27 February 2008, pp.1-3. Finel Honigman, Ana, A whiter shade of pale, style.com, Tuesday 04 March 2008. Exley, Roy, Maaike Schoorel, Flash Art, May-June 2008. Van de Velde, Paola, ‘Maaike Schoorel, paints nothing and at the same time everything; seemingly empty canvasses full of color’, De telegraaf, 30 September 2008. 2007 Alemani, Cecilia, Critics’ Picks: How to Endure, Artforum.com, 4 October 2007. Brooks, Amra, Must See Art: Maaike Schoorel at Marc Foxx, LA Times, 19 January 2007. Coomer, Martin, Very Abstract and Hyper Figurative, Modern Painters, June 2007, pp.114-115. Griffin, Jonathan, Very Abstract and Hyper Figurative, Frieze, May 2007, p157. de Jongh, Xandra, Prix de Rome: de longlist, Maaike Schoorel, Kunstbeeld.nl, June 2007, p5. Lafuente, Pablo, Maaike Schoorel: Magic Eyes, Flash Art, March/ April 2007, pp. 110-111. True, Everett, Skill 7 Stamina 12, Plan B, March 2007. 2006 Commandeur, Ingrid, Bathing Dining Garden Father Daughters Beach Bed: Maaike Schoorel’s Shadow Play, Metropolis M no. 6, December/ January 2006/07, pp.92-94. Finel Honigman, Ana, London Horticulture, Artnet Magazine. Keijer, Kees, Kunst Kopen: Voorstellen aan gemeente in het Stedelijk, Het Parool, 2 December 2006, pp.32-33. Top 100 Artists, Flash Art, October 2006, pp.68-69. 2005 Elle, July 2005, p. 29. Gill, AA, It’s Art, The Sunday Times Magazine, 9 January 2005. Grainger, Lisa, Meet at the Fair, Sunday Times Style, 16 October 2005. Heingartner, Douglas, Maaike Schoorel, Flash Art, January – February 2005, p120-121. Mikucionyte, Rita, Impression: Holland’s Landscape, Seven Art Days, 2005, p8. Piktyte, Aleksandra, Between Light and Darkness, Lietuvos Zinios, 23 September 2005. Sholis, Brian, Alex Bircken, Mari Eastman and Maaike Schoorel, artforum.com, May 2005. Thornton, Sarah, The Power 100, Art Review, November 2005, p101. A pair of foreign artists will be presented with music, Lietuvos Rytas, 24 September 2005. Must I Paint You a Picture?, Time Out London, 12 January 2005. 2004 Burnett, Craig, Must I Paint You a Picture?, The Guardian Guide, 4-10 December 2004. de Vries, Marina, Tekenen en Schilderen zijn terug, de Volkskrant, 8 September 2004. Keijer, Kees, Knalhard of Subtiel: de schilderskunst is terug, Het Parool, 1 September 2004. Nebelung, Sigrig, Entdeckungen auf der Rheinschau, Handelsblatt, 29 October 2004. Tepel, Oliver, Popauswege Last Exit Avantgarde, Maaike Schoorel, Spex, December 2004. Southgate, Nick, Skill 7 Stamina 12, The Wire, August 2004. Diana Stigter, Amsterdam: Maaike Schoorel, 2004, p46. Skill 7 Stamina 12, HIMTM, Winter 2004 - 05, p20. 2003 Glover, Michael, Rising to Painting’s Challenge, The Independent, 6 January 2003. Monshouwer, Saskia, Maaike Schoorel, Kunstbeeld, February 2003. Someplace Unreachable, Kunstforum, 2003. 2002 Exley, Roy, London: Danielle Arnaud Gallery, Contemporary, November 2002. Reiders, Arjan, Alles kan weer in de schilderskunst, Het Parool, 18 October 2002. Smith, Dan, Deliberate Regression, Art Monthly, November 2002. Publications 2016 Elemento, Cura.Books, Italy 2011 Sanctuary: Britain's Artists and Their Studios, Thames & Hudson, 2011. Vitamin P2, Phaidon, London. 2010 British Art Show 7: In the Days of the Comet, Hayward Gallery Publishing, 2010. Newspeak: British Art Now: From the Saatchi Gallery, Booth-Clibborn Editions, 2010. 2009 Visible Invisible: Against the Security of the Real, Parasol Unit, London 2008 Album, Museum de Hallen, the Netherlands 2007 Destroy Athens, 1st Athens Beinnial, Athens. Frieze Art Fair Yearbook 2007-8, Frieze, London. Prix de Rome, Rijks Akademie, Amsterdam. Skill 7 Stamina Dead, Skill 7 Stamina 12, 12” vinyl. Limited edition 250. Very Abstract and Hyper Figurative, curated by Jens Hoffamann, Thomas Dane Gallery, London. 2006 Just in Time, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Le Nouveau Siècle, Museum Van Loon, Amsterdam. Remove Celebrity Centre, Junior Aspirin Records Compilation, Limited edition 250. 2005 The Triumph of Painting, Saatchi Gallery, London. Prague Bienniale 2, Flash Art, Milan. Skill 7 Stamina 12 & Socrates that Practices Music, 12-inch record, edition 300. 2004 Rheinschau, Cologne. Uitgelicht 2004, Fonds voor Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam. Robotics with Strings, CD with Skill 7 Stamina 12. 2002 Deliberate Regression, Danielle Arnaud Gallery, London. Screenings 2015 Hollandse Meesters in the 21st Century, Eye Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 2014 Maaike Schoorel, Kadist Foundation and Mira Projects, New York, USA Residencies 2015 American Academy in Rome, Italy Awards and grants 2015 American Academy in Rome 2009 Stipendium, The Netherlands Foundation for Visual Arts, Amsterdam SKC Muzeprijs, de Bilt, the Netherlands Shortlisted Prix de Rome, the Netherlands 2008 Shortlisted Wolvecamp prize, the Netherlands 2004 Stipendium, The Netherlands Foundation for Visual Arts, Amsterdam