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Bob Negryn

By 8th March 2022May 13th, 2022Individuals, Artists

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Born 1961,(Delft)
Website bobnegryn.com

Bob Negryn (Delft, 1961) graduated in 1984 from the ArtEZ Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Arnhem, specializing in painting and photography. He mastered various photographic genres: landscapes, portraits and still lifes. In doing so, he links his vision as a visual artist to the technical baggage of a professional photographer. Over the years, Negryn’s work, who lives alternately in the Netherlands and on the west coast of Ireland, has been shown in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Outside the Netherlands also in Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Ireland and New Zealand.

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Exhibitions

Solo exhibitions

  • 2021, bloem-BOM,  Mondriaanhuis,  Amersfoort NL
  • 2017, Galerie van den Berge, Goes NL
  • 2016, Galerie Sanaa (Bob Negryn & Jouni Toni), Utrecht NL
  • 2015, Stedelijk Museum, Kampen NL
  • 2012, Galerie Witteveen, Amsterdam
  • 2011, Galerie Gist, Amsterdam
  • 2010, The Flat View, Kunsthal Kade, Amersfoort NL
  • 2010, Gasunie, Groningen NL
  • 2007, Galerie Witteveen, Amsterdam
  • 2004, CBK, Alphen an dan Rijn NL
  • 2002, Armando Museum, Amersfoort NL
  • 2001, Galerie Transit (Bob Negryn & Mary Waters), Mechelen BE
  • 1999, Galerie Flatland, Utrecht NL
  • 1996, Aberharth North Gallery, Aukland NZ
  • 1995, Galerie Flatland, Utrecht NL
  • 1994, Sarjeant Gallery (museum), Wanganui NZ
  • 1994, New Work Studio, Wellington NZ
  • 1993, Museum De Zonnehof, Amersfoort NL
  • 1993, CBK Leiden, Leiden NL
  • 1993, CBK Utrecht, Utrecht NL
  • 1992, Galerie Flatland, Utrecht NL
  • 1991, Galerie Transit, Leuven BE
  • 1990, Galerie Perspektief, Rotterdam
  • 1989, Museum Arnhem, Arnhem NL

Group exhibitions

  • 2021, Landschappen, www.visserhallen.nl  IJmuiden NL
  • 2021, Artsource, Fremantle Australia,Collection exhibition
  • 2020, Making plans for Nigel,  Zerp Galerie, Rotterdam
  • 2020, De Venstebank, www.DeVensterbank.nl, Amersfoort NL
  • 2020, SALON d’HIVER, Zerp Gallery | Rotterdam
  • 2019, Nuit de la Photo, La Chaux-de-Fonds NE Switzerland
  • 2018, Sanaa Selected, Galerie Sanaa, Utrecht NL
  • 2018, Salon 18, Utrecht NL
  • 2018, Bloemenpracht Show (curated by B Negryn & M Waters) Museum MIJ NL
  • 2018, Tulipmania Spring Show (curated by B Negryn & M Waters) Museum MIJ NL
  • 2017, Lang Art, Amsterdam
  • 2017, Galerie Sanaa, Utrecht NL
  • 2017, Museum MIJ, IJsselstein NL
  • 2016, Galerie Sanaa, Utrecht NL
  • 2016, Museum MIJ,  IJsselstein NL
  • 2015, The Cocoa Factory,  Helmond NL
  • 2015, Sundaymorning@EKWC, Oisterwijk NL
  • 2014, Galerie Mieke van Schaijk, Den Bosch NL
  • 2014, Galerie Witteveen, Amsterdam
  • 2014, LUMC ( curated by Maartje van den Heuvel), Leiden NL
  • 2013, Huizenzee (curated by Korrie Besems) P.Art of your life, Zwolle NL
  • 2013, Utrecht Down Under, Utrecht NL
  • 2012, Galerie Nouvelles Images, The Hague NL
  • 2011, Aboriginal Art Museum, Utrecht NL
  • 2011, Kunstenlab, Deventer NL
  • 2011, Dutch Design Week, Sundaymorning@EKWC | Eindhoven NL
  • 2008, De Nieuwe Salon, Utrecht NL
  • 2008, Kunstenlab, Deventer NL
  • 2008, Gebouw Beyond, Utrecht NL
  • 2007, RC de Ruimte, IJmuiden NL
  • 2007, ASKEW Sarjeant Gallery, Wanganui NZ
  • 2006, Commodity & Delight Sarjeant Gallery, Wanganui NZ
  • 2006, Galerie Roger Katwijk, Amsterdam
  • 2006, Galerie Articapelli, Den Bosch NL
  • 2005, ‘Smeedwerk’ collaboration with Margriet Kemper, Rijksgebouwendienst NL
  • 2004, Galerie De Schone Kunsten, Haarlem NL
  • 2004, “Teenage KicksRoyal Hibernian Academy, Dublin
  • 2004, Galerie Roger Katwijk, Amsterdam
  • 2003, Matrix Art Projects, Brussels
  • 2003, Galerie Nanky de Vreeze, Amsterdam
  • 2003, Salon voor Utrechtse Kunstenaars, Utrecht NL
  • 2002, “Zangsporen” CBK, Utrecht NL
  • 2002, Galerie Pieter van Ulden, Leiden NL
  • 2002, Museum De Zonnehof, Amersfoort NL
  • 2001, Galerie Articapelli, Den Bosch NL
  • 2001, CityJam, Arnhem NL
  • 2001, “Mind the Gap” Artis, Den Bosch NL
  • 2001, “My Castle My Home” Slot Zeist, Zeist NL
  • 2000, “Citysite” Museum De Zonnehof, Amersfoort NL
  • 1998, Salon voor Utrechtse Kunstenaars, Utrecht NL
  • 1998, Galerie Flatland, Utrecht NL
  • 1992, Mois de la Photo, Reims Fr
  • 1992, “Beyond the Portrait” Photo Festival, Derby UK

External links & References

  1. “Bob Negryn” mondriaanhuis https://www.mondriaanhuis.nl/en/do-mondriaan/on-view/bloem-by-bob-negryn