Saskia Noor van Imhoff

Saskia Noor van Imhoff (1982) lives and works in Amsterdam.

www.saskianoorvanimhoff.com

Education / Residencies
2013-2014 KÜNSTLERHAUSBETHANIEN, Berlin, Germany
2010-2012 De Ateliers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2008-2009 Verbeke Foundation, Kemzeke, Belgium
2004-2008 Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, The Netherlands BA Fine Art
Additional studies; Architecture ’05, Juwelery ’06

Awards
2017
Prix de Rome, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (shortlist - forthcoming)
ABN AMRO Art Award, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2013
Ruisdael Stipendium, Benthaim, Germany
Nomination De Volkskrant Beeldende Kunst Prijs, Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, The Netherlands
2012
Walter Tielmann Prize, for the book # +02.02, designed by; Phil Baber
2008
Nomination Fine Art department Rietveld Academie
Nomination ArtOlive prize
Winner GRA prize (Gerrit Rietveld Academie Prize)

Solo exhibitions
2017
Hermitage, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (forthcoming)
#+28.00, Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem, The Netherlands
2016
#+ 21.00, De Appel, Amsterdam
#+ 23.00, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
2013
#+ 14.00, Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam
Rabobank, Noord Veluwe, commission, Nunspeet, The Netherlands
#+ 12.00, Ruisdael-Stipendium, Bentheim, Germany
2011
#+ 02.00, Jeanine Hofland Contemporary Art, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Art(s) gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2010 - ongoing: Research project based on Jordan Archaelogical Museum, i.c.w. Ulrich Look.
2009
P/////akt, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Group exhibitions
2017
Prix de Rome, Kunsthal Rotterdam, The Netherlands
ARTZUID, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (forthcoming)
Morphogenesis, Galería Francisco Fino, Lisbon, Portugal (forthcoming)
2016
Aanwinsten 2016, De Nederlandsche Bank, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The Eighth Climate (What does Art do?) 11th Gwangju Biennale, Gwanju, South Korea
The Future is the Future, Galerie Thomas Bernard - Cortex Athletico, Paris, France
Museum ON/OFF, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France
H Y P E R C O N N E C T E D, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia
ARCHITROPISMES, les Moulins de Paillard, Poncé-sur-Lore, France
2014
Affinities #1, Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam
The small i, Gabriele Senn Galerie, Vienna, Austria
2013
Less is More, More or Less, TENT, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
As Everything Moves, Node, Center for Curatorial Studies, Berlin, Germany
De Volkskrant Beeldende Kunst Prijs, Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, The Netherlands
2012
Psssssssst Secret Postcards, Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht, The Netherlands
The Research and Destroy Department of Black Mountain College, W139, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Intentional stance, de Ateliers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Three Artists Walk into a Bar, De Appel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The space in between, P/////AKT, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2011
KADS, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Jeanine Hofland Contemporary Art, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Art(s) Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2010
A Group Show, Croxapox, Gent, Belgium
The Smooth and the Striated, Huize Frankendael, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The Smooth and the Striated, Nieuw Dakota, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The Keys, Huize Frankendael, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2009
Epson Fotofestival Naarden, Naarden Vesting, The Netherlands
2008
Verbeke Foundation, Kemzeke, België
Degree show, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2007
Afwezig, Hotel Maria kapel, Hoorn, The Netherlands
2006
Van der Madeweg, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Collections
Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, The Netherlands
ABN Amro, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Museum Voorlinden, The Netherlands
Akzo Nobel, The Netherlands
De Nederlandsche Bank, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
ING, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Leids Universitair Medisch Centrum, Leiden, The Netherlands
Rabobank Noord West Veluwe, Nunspeet, The Netherlands
Huize Frankendael, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Verbeke Foundation, Kemzeke, België
Several private collections

Bibliography

Publications

+#10.00
with text by Dominic van den Boogerd

#+12.01

by edition kunstwegen and Städtische Galerie Nordhorn
Design by Phil Baber

#+22.00

published on the occasion of Saskia Noor van Imhoff's solo exhibitions #+21.00 at de Appel arts centre, Amsterdam, and #+23.00 at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

2017
Saskia Noor van Imhoff zet objecten in nieuw verband
author(s): Hans den Hartog Jager
newspaper/magazine: NRC

Kijken. Aan het licht
author(s): Rudi Fuchs
newspaper/magazine: De Groene Amsterdammer

Kijken. Als een narcis
author(s): Rudi Fuchs
newspaper/magazine: De Groene Amsterdammer

2016
Kijken. Hier en daar scheef
author(s): Rudi Fuchs
newspaper/magazine: De Groene Amsterdammer

De wereld als systeem
author(s): Jasmijn Yarram
newspaper/magazine: Metropolis M, no. 1

Museale autopsie
author(s): Edo Dijksterhuis
newspaper/magazine: Museumtijdschrift

Groots gevoel van bevrijding
author(s): Hans den Hartog Jager
newspaper/magazine: NRC Handelsblad

Van Imhoff is schatgraver en psycholoog tegelijkertijd
author(s): Sacha Bronwasser
newspaper/magazine: de Volkskrant

Mechanismen achter het kunstwerk staan centraal bij Saskia Noor van Imhoff
author(s): Kees Keijer
newspaper/magazine: het Parool

De 16 van '16. Uit het depot opgediept
author(s): Hans den Hartog Jager
newspaper/magzine: NRC Handelsblad

2015
Object Onder/Object Below
author(s): Johannes Schwartz a.o.
catalogue: Sanders Collection. Pieter & Marieke Sanders

2014
Anonieme Materialisten
author(s): Hans den Hartog Jager
newspaper/magazine: NRC, 28 sept

2013
Alles verwijst naar elkaar
author(s): Kees Keijer
newspaper/magazine: Het Parool

Title Book: # +12.01
catalogue: design by Phil Baber, text by Jasper Coppes

Douze Points!
author(s): Tine van de Weyer
newspaper/magazine: Beelden no. 2

2012
Title Book: # +10.00
catalogue: design by Merel van den Berg

2011
Title book; # +02.02
catalogue: design by Phil Baber

2008
Title book; Ik kan het mij niet herinneren…. maar hij kent de weg degene met wie ik was,
“It is not easy to recall... but he knows the way the one with whom I was”
catalogue: design by Merel van den Berg