Gallery representation

My works are represented by the beautiful galleries of Todd Merrill Studio, New York and Rossana Orlandi Gallery, Italy. 

Recent exhibition

December 5 – 10, 2023 

Design Miami/ – represented by Todd Merrill Studio

“Recognized for his innovative approach and distinct fusion of art and design, Todd Merrill will unveil a breathtaking collection of works at Design Miami that blur the boundaries between two creative disciplines, captivating both art enthusiasts and design aficionados alike. With a rich history of curating exceptional and boundary-pushing exhibitions, the gallery has earned a reputation as a trailblazer in the realm of contemporary art and design. By consistently challenging artistic conventions and exploring new frontiers, the studio has become synonymous with innovation and creative exploration.

The showcase at Design Miami (Booth G14) will feature an exquisite array of meticulously crafted furniture, lighting, and decorative arts objects that embody Todd Merrill Studio’s unique artistic vision. Each piece is a testament to the studio’s unwavering commitment to craftsmanship, pushing the limits of traditional techniques and materials to create works of extraordinary beauty and functionality.

On view will be recent works from Draga & Aurel, Gabriel Charbit, Hannes Grebin, Markus Haase, Jamie Harris, Molly Hatch, Isaac Katz, Yunhwan Kim, Dominick Leuci, Gary Magakis, Andrea Marquis, George Ranalli, Alice Riehl, Stefan Rurak, Christopher Russell, Gregoire Scalabre, Djivan Schapira, Morten Stenbaek, Tjitske Storm, Maarten Vrolijk and Chapter & Verse. Created over the past year, the works express a vast range of ingenuity and dexterity.photo Todd Merrill Studio

Current exhibition

November 10, 2023 – EXTENDED until 2024

Amsterdam Artspace – presenting THE WORLD NEEDS MORE FLOWERS & BIRDS including tapestries from The Seasons and The Art of Living Together, alongside my voordekunst crowdfunding and digital preview of new work.

“Most tropical flowers are colourful and have long tubular calyx full of sugary nectar. These plants have customized and adjusted their shape and size for the beaks of local sunbirds, to be exclusively available for them. Sunbirds also feed on all the insects that visit the flower, and this helps in protecting the flower from being eaten: mutualistic symbiosis.” 

Recent exhibitions

July – September 2023 

Rossana Orlandi Gallery, Sardinia – presented two tapestries Sunbirds & Tropical Flowers 2.0 and Autumn Forest. On this photo Autumn Forest by Tjitske StormFlowers in Waiting by Matteo CibicCoral Collection by FeUse. Photo Rossana Orlandi.

“Once there will be a time when the aged autumn leaves are falling from the sage trees,
voluminous flowers are waiting to bloom in the plentiful gardens of earth,
and the Universe is celebrating a long awaited recovery of curvaceous corals,
within the depths of the sea.” TS

April 16 – April 23, 2023 

Rossana Orlandi Gallery, Milan – presented seven tapestries from The Art of Living Together and The Seasons. Photo Uppix.

“The Art of Living Together is my signature collection of limited-edition tufted and woven tapestries. I’ve found the inspiration for the concept when traveling in Angola and South-Africa. The artworks are conceptually and visually translating my fascination for evolution and the natural phenomenon of symbiosis. The interaction between different species is emphasized through the correlation of the geometric and the organic, the abstract and the detailed, the digital and the tactile, the East and the West, the North and the South, and the old and the new. Dissimilar worlds that smoothly collide, interact and enforce each other.” 

Past exhibitions

October 22, 2022 – April 13, 2023

Kazerne, Eindhoven – presented Sunbirds & Tropical Flowers 2.0 from The Art of Living Together as part of the group exhibition Participants. Photo Zindzi Zwietering

“Most tropical flowers are colourful and have long tubular calyx full of sugary nectar. These plants have customized and adjusted their shape and size for the beaks of local sunbirds, to be exclusively available for them. Sunbirds also feed on all the insects that visit the flower, and this helps in protecting the flower from being eaten: mutualistic symbiosis.” 

February 09 – 12, 2023

OBJECT Rotterdam – presented six tapestries from The Art of Living Together and The Seasons together with Sjoerd Geerts. Photo JW Kaldenbach

“Presented in a unique collaboration between fiber artist Tjitske Storm and product-/ spatial designer Sjoerd Geerts. A presentation that shows the synergy between the engineered and the organic, and the art and the design.” 

October 22 – 30, 2022  

Isola Gallery – presented three tapestries from The Art of Living Together as part of the group exhibition by Isola Gallery, Eindhoven. Photo about.today

“The Art of Living Together is my signature collection of limited-edition tufted and woven tapestries. I’ve found the inspiration for the concept when traveling in Angola and South-Africa. The artworks are conceptually and visually translating my fascination for evolution and the natural phenomenon of symbiosis. The interaction between different species is emphasized through the correlation of the geometric and the organic, the abstract and the detailed, the digital and the tactile, the East and the West, the North and the South, and the old and the new. Dissimilar worlds that smoothly collide, interact and enforce each other.” 

December 2013

Artemis Hotel – presented Twelve Lights from my collection Circle of Life, inspired by Art Deco luxury, Sanskrit mandalas and the diversity of life. Part of the group exhibition Light & Dark at the Artemis Hotel Amsterdam, 2013. Photo Joost Van Der Neut

The word mandala means circle in Sanskrit. A mandala is a symbol of the universe in its ideal form, and its creation signifies the transformation of a universe of suffering into one of joy. They are also used as an aid for meditation, inspiration and inner wisdom.” 

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