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Hanselaar, Marcelle Hanselaar
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MARCELLA HANSELAAR
1945-

Over de kunstenaar:
Geboren in Rotterdam. Woont en werkt sinds 1980 in Londen en exposeert daar bijna jaarlijks. Ze exposeerde ook in Nederland, Duitsland, Australië en Canada. In 2003 won ze in Canada de Press Papier Award voor de beste buitenlandse printmaker.

Ik heb naar aanleiding van de afgebeelde kunstwerken o.a. getiteld Mansa uit 1976 kontakt gezocht met de maker hiervan de kunstenares Marcelle Hanselaar en heb haar gevraagd om een toelichting te geven op het werk.
Ik ontving hierop de volgende reaktie:

Beste Henk van der Kamp
N zeer onverwachte blik in mijn abstract verleden, ik was dat doek vergeten maar herinner het me nu wel.
Ik was net terug uit India en mijn werk was gebaseerd op the squaring of the circle, de eerste draaibeweging van het vierkant, allemaal zeer filosofisch/metafysisch bedoeld.

Ik was net begonnen met schilderen en had weinig geld vandaar dat ik op board schilderde.
Ik heb mijn carrière verder in Engeland ontwikkeld, woon vele jaren in London en schilder/ets nu figuratief.
U kunt mijn werk van de laatste jaren op mijn website zien: www.marcellehanselaar.com

Geef ook a.u.b. Marie Therese de hartelijke groeten van mij.
Met vriendelijke groeten,
Marcelle

Vanwege de openheid op sexueel gebied wordt het werk van Marcelle Hanselaar wel eens vergeleken met dat van Paula Rego. Vrouwelijke personages bezitten bij beide kunstenaars soms een bepaalde dierlijkheid, maar verder is er niet veel gemeenschappelijk.

De sexuele spanning tussen man en vrouw is bij Hanselaar minder een strijd tussen de sexen. Het is meer een ambivalente tango, ergens tussen verlangen, frustratie, wreedheid en humor in.
Bij een tweede blik valt vooral de humor op, die ontegenzeggelijk in veel van haar werk aanwezig is. Soms lijkt het alsof je in een draaiende spiegel kijkt.
Je ziet een beeld, in een oogwenk gevat tussen de werkelijkheid en de fantasie over wat je niet kunt pakken in.

Hanselaar bezit het vakmanschap om vorm te geven aan deze beelden en de moed en de generositeit om ze met de toeschouwer te delen.

Recent Solo Exhibitions:
2001: "All of Me", East West Gallery, London, 2003: 'You said you loved Me', RMart Essen, Germany, "Sometimes I dream about reality', East west Gallery, London, 2004: 'Shouts & Whispers', Stephanie Burns Gallery, Cancerra, Aus., 2005: 'La Petite Mort" , East west Gallery, London en De Queeste Kunstkamers, Watou, Belgie.

Voor toekomstige tentoonstellingen zie mijn website: www.marcellehanselaar.com

Werk in collecties: Newc Hall, Cambridge, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, British Museum Prints and Drawings, London

Voor een volledig CV verzoekt u aub de kunstenaar .

Marcelle Hanselaar was born in Rotterdam, Holland and travelled extensively in Asia and Europe before finally settling down in her studio in London, England. Although she studied at the Royal Academy, the Hague 1962-'64 and at the Rijks Academy, Amsterdam 1977-'78, in oil painting she is entirely self-taught.
In 1993 and again in 1995/96 Hanselaar was invited to teach painting at the S.W.Teaching University, Chongqing, China, she also taught drawing at Sotheby's Educational Institute, London from 1989-'99. In 1997 Hanselaar got interested in etching and did a B-Tech in printmaking at Kensington & Chelsea College in 2001.

Marcelle Hanselaar's early painting ( 1979-90 ) was abstract but in 1992, after a personal crisis her work became completely figurative. Her earlier abstract concerns regarding space and form mixed with expressionist boldness and emotion makes Hanselaar's work resolutely contemporary.

Recently, due to a renewed interest in drawing, she has developed a narrative style in her etchings and some small oils as well. Member of the Royal Society of Painter/Printmakers (ARE) and of The London Group.

Press and bibliography (recent):

Catalogue to All of me, text by Morgan Falconer, East West Gallery, London 2001; Don't miss, Galleries Magazine, November 2001; The Jackdaw, Nov. 2001; Catalogue to Art, Age & Gender, May 2002; Catalogue to Contemporary British Art, the Millinery Works, London, Jan. 2003; Sight Specific ...,What's On in London 29/1/03; Catalogue of Grafiek Nu 10, Biennale Nederlandse Grafische Kunst, Jan. 2003; Kunst aus London, Westdeutsche Allgemeine, 15/2/03; Provokante Pinselstriche, NRZ Essen 19/2/03; Catalogue to New Hall Art Collection, 3rd ed. Cambridge; Hanselaar takes a bow, Printmaking Today, Spring 2003; Catalogue to Wrexham Print International, April 2003; Catalogue to Biennale Int. d'estampe cont. de Trois-Rivieres, June 2003; La Biennale int. d'estampe prend son envoi Le Nouvelliste, 16/6/03; Marcelle stoot door, Stan Huygens journaal, De Telegraaf, 4/6/03; Catalogue to Sons & Mothers, June 2003; Sons & Mothers, List magazine, August 2003; Catalogue to Sometimes I dream about reality, text Laura Gascoigne, East West Gallery, London Sept. 2003; Marcelle Hanselaar by Jilly Szaybo, Galleries Magazine, Sept. 2003; Expressions of Restraint by Morgan Falconer, What's on In London, 10/9/03; What's on..., The Hill, Sept. 2003; Reflections of an artist's dream, Kensington Times, 24/9/03; Catalogue to Uncanny Tales, text Jane Neal, Galerie de Buytensael, Arnhem, Holland, Oct 2003; Mensen, maskers en de beest erachter.. Hoog en Laag, 8/10/03; Uncanny Tales, er hangt iets dreigends in de lucht, De Gelderlander, 7/10/03; Uncanny Tales, groeps expositie, Tableau Fine Arts Magazine nr.5, Nov. 2003; Griezelige Verhalen, Opzij, Nov. 2003; Heroes & Villains, Printmaking Today, Autumn 2004; Catalogue to Uncanny Tales, touring Belgium/Uk, 2005-07; Catalogue to Wrexham Print International 2005; Catalogue to 5th Biennale de Gravure, Liege, Belgium; Catalogue to The London Group, Bankside Gallery, London; 23/4/05 The Guardian, Preview Uncanny Tales; 30/4/05 The Guardian Guide; Pick of the week Uncanny Tales, Swansea; June 2005 Galleries: Thumbnails 'La Petite Mort'; July 2005 The Hill: Preview best of the month: Dutch etchings La Petite Mort'; Catalogue to Unladylike, Sept. 2005; Catalogue to Biennale Int. de Gravure cont. de Trois-Rivieres; RE Directory 2005


Updates:

Forthcoming Solo Shows:

13 May-17 June 2006: 'Intimate Conversations', Artonomy Fine Art,
Green Street, Truro, Cornwall TR1 2LH
October - November 2007: De Queeste Kunstkamers, Watou, Belgium.

Forthcoming Group Shows:
12 July - 20 August 2006: ‘L'Image / Le Réveil Figuratif’, La Renaissance Mairie, Hondschooten, France, and also at The Church in Beauvoorde (Panne) Belgium. - Private View 15 July 2006, 4pm. at La Renaissance Mairie, Hondschooten, France.

Uncanny Tales,
A travelling show of paintings and etchings by Oona Grimes,
Marcelle Hanselaar, Ana Maria Pacheco and Paula Rego.
Originated in Arnhem, Holland. Touring details with addresses:

30 January - 26 February 2006:
Jersey Arts Centre, Phillips Street, St Helier, Jersey JE2 4SY

To be confirmed:
Central London Venue

20 May -17 June 2006:
Black Swan Arts Center, 2 Bridge Street, Frome, Somerset BA11 1BB

08 July - 27 August 2006:
Ferens Art Gallery, Queen Victoria Square, Kingston upon Hull HU1 3RA

12 September - 05 November 2006:
Rugby Art Gallery, Little Elborow Street, Rugby CV21 3AW

January 2007:
Babylon Art Gallery, Waterside, Ely, Cambs

Awards:
03 May- 28 May 2006: 'La Petite Mort', Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Canberra, Australia
13 May-17 June 2006: 'Intimate Conversations', Artonomy Fine Art,
Green Street, Truro, Cornwall TR1 2LH
October - November 2007: De Queeste Kunstkamers, Watou, Belgium.

Group Exhibitions
2018 London Art Fair, with Jessica Carlisle, Business design Center, London
LOPF with Julian Page, RA of Arts, London
As the Crow flies, Bo Lee Gallery, London
In a country far far away, Fairytale Museum Bad Oeynhausen, Germany
2017 Strange Worlds, The Vision of Angela Carter, RWA, Bristol
London Art Fair, Jessica Carlisle stand G3, London
Int. Print Triennial Krakow, Dalarnas Museum, Falun, Sweden
Curators Choice, Leeds College of Art, Leeds
London Original Print Fair, with Julian Page, the Royal Academy , London
Ruth Borchard Self Portraits Prize, Kings Place Gallery, London
Biennale Int. de Gravure, Trois Rivieres, Canada
2016 A New Home, Mile End Art Pavilion, London
Rene Carcan International Prize for Printmaking, Bibliotheca Wittockiana, Brussels
Krakow International Print Triennial, Dalamas Museum, Falun, Sweden
London Original Print Fair (with Julian Page), Royal Academy, London
KALEID 2016 Collection, KHiO Bibliotek, Oslo, Norway
Offprint London (with Kaleid Editions 2016), Turbine Hall, Tate Modern, London
The Ruth Borchard Collection: the next generation, Kings Place Gallery, London
SHUFFLE, Herrick Gallery, London
Hardboiled Wonderland, Jessica Carlisle Gallery, London
Derwent Art Prize, Mall Galleries, London
Creative Fury, Clerkenwell Gallery with Julian Page, London
100x Madonna, Crypt Gallery of St Pancras Church, London
Strange Worlds: the vision of Angela Carter, RWA, Bristol
Pick your poison/Political Impressions, Davidson Gallery, Seattle
Counter 2016, Plymouth Art Book Fair, Kaleid Editions
2015 Facing History: Contemporary Portraiture, V&A Museum, London
10th Biennale Internationale des estampes contemporaire, Musee des Beaux Arts de Liege, Belgium
LOPF with Julian Page, RA of Arts, London
Bath Society of Artists, Invited Artist, Victoria Art Gallery, Bath
Al Mutanabbi street starts Here, Harold F. Johnson Library Center, Hampshire College, USA
Summer Exhibition, RA of Arts, London
Positions Berlin Art Fair, with Kupferdruck Galerie, Berlin
2014 Works on Paper Art Fair, with Julian Page, Science Museum, London
with Kaleid editions, Arts Libris, Arts Santa Monica Centre, Barcelona
LOPF, with Julian Page, RA, London
Spring exhibition, 55 limited Kupferdruck und Galerie, Berlin
RA Summer exhibition, London
Intrusions, Looking after Aikman, artists and the Uncanny, Printroom Highgate, London
N-Lincolnshire Open Print, The Ropewalk Gallery
International Print Biennale, Newcastle
From David Bomberg to Paula Rego, The London Group in Southampton, Southampton City Art Gallery
Why war?, Freud Museum, London
Through the window, Kunsthauschen Heiligerberg, Zurich
Vogels, Meermanno Museum, Den Haag
London Artist Book Fair, with Kaleid editions and the London Group, Whitechapel Art gallery, London
Multiplied, with Julian Page, Christie’s SK, London
Herbstgruppenausstellung / Autumn group exhibition, 55 limited Kupferdruck und Galerie, Berlin
Through the Window, Kunsthauschen Herrlichberg, Zurich
2013 London Art Fair, With Millennium, London
The London Group Centenary exhibition, Pitzhanger Manor Gallery, London
and at Mottisfont Abbey, Mottisfont
Reigning Cats & Dogs, RWA, Bristol
Impress 13, Stroud
Kunstenaarsboeken, Grafisch Atelier Den Bosh
BABE, Arnolfini, Bristol
The LOPF with Julian Page, Royal Academy, London
Prints at Tonbridge Tunnel Gallery, Tonbridge
4 Artists, East West Gallery, London
Bainbridge Open 2013, Embassy Tea Gallery, London
The Mythical and the Mundane, Siamse Tire, Tralee, co Kerry, Ireland
Collaborations: Aberystwyth Paper Press Print, Aberystwyth
17th Int Print Biennial, Varna, Bulgaria
8th Bienniale Int Cont des Estampes de Trois Rivieres, Quebec, Canada
Critics Secrets ,invited by Bill Packer, Mall Galleries, London
Ruth Borchard Self Portrait Competition exhibition, Kings Place Gallery, London
Kaleid Artists Book Fair, Art Academy, London
Threadneedle Prize 2013, Mall Galleries, London
London Art book Fair, with Kaleid, Whitechapel Galleries, London
Multiplied, with Julian Page Fine Art, Christie’s SK, London
Helen Bamber foundation at Deutsche Bank
Freedom from Torture: Drawing the Line – a show of drawings, Millennium, St Ives
+100: The London Group Today, Cello Factory, London
CARA, the art of resistance, invited artist, auction, Pentagram London
Small is Beautiful, Who is afraid of red, yellow & blue? Flowers Gallery, London
Mixed Wintershow at Millennium, St.Ives
2012 London Art Fair, with Millennium
Cont. British Art, 40×40, Millinery works, London
Braided together, New Hall, Cambridge and BHVU, London
Ruth Borchard Selfportrait show, University gallery, Newcastle
Self, nur ich?, Kunsthãuschen Herrliberg, Zurich
London Original Print fair, with Julian Page, RA, London
The bones of my hand, Viktor Wynd Fine Art, London
ELP Printhaton, Foreman’s Smokehouse gallery, London
Magic, power, Presence, cont. interpretations, IRIS book art
400 Women, CSM Suikerfabriek, Amsterdam
20 jaar beklijvende kunst, De Queeste Art, Watou
6th Bienal Int. de Gravura, Douro, Portugal
6th Kyoto Hanga Print exhibition, Kyoto, and Kita Kusha Museum, Japan
Sketchbook project, touring US & UK
Print Triennial Krakow
L G Selfportraits, Cumberland Hotel, London
Past, Present, Future: 10 years of the Regional Print Centre, Yale College, Wrexham
Ruth Borchard Self portrait collection and new acquisitions, Kings Place Gallery, London
Portret, De Queeste Art, Watou, Belgium
Multiplied, with Julian Page, Christie’s SK, London
Int. Print Triennial of Graphic Art, Bitola
Party, Viktor Wynd Fine Art, London
Small is beautiful, Flowers Central, London
FIG Bilbao, Int. Cont. Print Biennale, Bilbao, Spain
2011 London Art Fair, with Millennium and Miller Art Associations, London
8Th Biennale Internationale de Gravure Contemporaine de Liège, CED, Belgium
BABE, Arnolfini, Bristol
Dreams, with ELP at Freud Museum, London
Trajector Art Fair, Brussels,
Galerie artisten, Galerie Witteveen, Amsterdam
400 Women, Canongate, Edinburgh
Gallery Artists, de Buytensael, Arnhem
Studio artists of Bartolomeo dos Santos, Casa das Artes, Tavira
Wunderkammer, Oxtagonal gallery, Bath
The London Art book Fair, with Kaleid editions, Whitechapel Gallery, London
Ghosts of gone Birds, Rochelle School, London
Concrete Skin, BHVY Gallery, London
Chelsea Antiquarian Book Fair, Chelsea Tow Hall, London
The London Group Open, London
With Leonora Carrington & Tilly Losch, Viktor Wynd Fine Art, London
Portraits, Quest 21, Brussels, Belgium
China Print Festival, Qijiang, PR of China
Drawing Connections, Siena Art Institute, Siena
Ruth Borchard Self-Portrait Competition and Exhibition, Kings Place Gallery, London
Loods 6, with Galerie Witteveen, Amsterdam
Small is Beautiful, Flowers Cork Street, London.
2010 10-10-10, De Buytensael, Arnhem
The Art of Giving, Saatchi Gallery, London
Multiplied Art Fair, with Julian Page, Christie’s SK, London
400 Women, Shoreditch Town Hall, London
BIMPE IV, print Biennale, Canada, touring
Inspiration, C&K College, London
RA Summer show, London
Art London, with Eyestorm and Millennium gallery
Mini Print show, Bankside Gallery
LOPF with Eyestorm, London
The House of Fairy tales, The Millennium, St. Ives
Print Biennale, St. David’s Hall, Cardiff
London Group annual, Cello Factory, London
Prints Open, Ropewalk, Lincs.
Mini Picture Show, RE, Bankside Gallery, London
East West Wintershow, London
Wintershow, Millennium Gallery, St. Ives
Beasts Royal, Viktor Wynd Gallery, London
2009 Art London, Goldfish Gallery, London
Glasgow Art Fair, with Edgar Modern
LOPF with Bankside gallery, London
Art of Survival, Helen Bamber Foundation, Maddox Gallery, London
Metamorphoses, 4th Biennale de l’estampes de Saint Maur, Musée de Saint-Maur, Fr.
Black on White, Artefact Gallery, London
1984, Kowalsky Gallery, London
Biennale d’estampe contemporaine de Trois Rivieres, Quebec
Drie Invalshoeken, De Queeste Art, Belgium
Wrexham Print International, Wales
RA Summer show, London
RWA Open, Bristol
2nd Qijiang international Print exhibition, Chongqing, touring
The London Group Open, Menier Gallery, London
Lynn Stainer Painter Prize, Painters Hall, London
XIV eme Biennale internationale de la gravure de Sarcelles, France
Black dog, Red rooster, Kunsthauschen Herrliberg, Zurich
Small is beautiful, Flowers Kingsland, London
Winterinvite, Millenium. St. Ives
Wintershow, East West Gallery, London
2008 Mini Picture Show, Bankside Gallery, London
Intaglio, St. David’s Hall, The Hayes, Cardiff
Originals 08, Mall Galleries, London
Gelre Beurs, Arnhem
Prints Tokyo 2007
Cont. European & African Prints, RaMoMa, Nairobi
with The LG, Mauger Modern Art, Bath
with Artichoke Printmakers, Clifford Chance, London
with Laurence Fuller, Choir of Angels, voice-over drawings on You-Tube
London Original Print Fair, London
Print Open 08, Ropewalk Contemporary, Barton upon Humber
Summer in the city, Bankside Gallery, London
Galerie Churchill, Wegimont Culture, Liege, Be
The Threadneedle Figurative Prize, Mall Galleries, London
London Group annual, Menier Gallery, London
Will it snow for Christmas, Wall, London
Discerning Eye, invited artist, Mall Galleries, London
X Biennal Internacional de Grabado, Caixanova, Spain
The mini picture show, Bankside gallery, London
Winter show, Goldfish Gallery, Penzanze.
2007 Originals 07, Mall Galleries, London
Lithography & Woodcuts, Walk Gallery, London
Bienniale Internationale de Gravure 07, Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art, Liege, Belgium
London Group at Deutsche Bank, London
Beyond the Narrative, 5 figurative painters, Pitzhanger Manor Gallery, London
Blauwdruk van een menszijn, De Steiger, Menen, Be
Shortlisted Sovereign European Art Prize 2007, Club Row, London
Shortlisted Celeste Art Prize 2007
Bienale Int. de Gravura de Douro, Portugal
Eyeplay, Bankside Gallery, London
Things which go bump in the night, 20/21 Visual Art Centre, Scunthorpe, Lincs
Bridge Art Fair, with the London Group, London
London Group Open L, Menier Gallery, London
A fine line, Artonomy Finr Art, Truro
Heym Art wo man haengt, Rathausgalerie Hirschberg, Germany
women / beyond borders, touring 2000-2007
2006 Artists & Prints, Artonomy Fine Art, Truro
Originals 06, Mall Galleries London
The London Group Annual, Bankside Gallery, London
RE Annual, Bankside Gallery, London
Le Reveil Figuratif, La Renaissance Mairie, Hondschoote (Fr) and Beauvoorde, (Be)
Still lives, Selfportraits, Artonomy Fine Art, Truro
R.A. Summershow, London (2002-2006)
Discerning Eye, invited artist, Mall Galleries London
MAAPS Printmaking Biennial 2006/07 touring to Anna Leonowens Gallery; NSCAD Uni., Halifax, Canada; Great Hall, OCAD, Toronto; Kyoto Municipal Art Museum, Kyoto; The Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul; Red Gate Gallery, Beijing
2005 Uncanny Tales with Paula Rego, Ana Maria Pacheco & Oona Grimes, touring 2005-2007 : Scarborough Gallery, Scarborough; Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea; Wrexham Art Gallery; Cultural Centre Ypres, Belgium; Jersey Arts Centre, St. Helier; Great Sutton Street, London; Black Swan Arts, Frome; Ferens Art Gallery, Hull; Rugby Art Gallery; Babylon Art Gallery, Ely
Print International, Memorial Gallery, Yale college, Wrexham touring to The Haven Gallery, Boston, Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury
Biennale Int. de Gravure, Cabinet des Estampes de la Ville de Liege, Belgium
Biennale Int. d’estampe Cont. de Trois-Rivieres, Canada
Unladylike, East West Gallery, London
Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, London
200 years European Art, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Canberra
2004 Originals 04, Mall Galleries, London
RE Annual, Bankside Gallery, London
Christmas show, East West Gallery, London
2003 Contemporary British Art, The Millinery Works, London
National Print Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London
Biennale Internationale d’estampe Contemporaine de Trois-Rivieres, Canada
Showcase, East West Gallery, London
Print International, Yale College, touring
Prizewinners, East West Gallery, London
Sons & Mothers, Collins Gallery, Glasgow
Uncanny Tales, Galerie de Buytensael, Arnhem, NL
2002 40×40 Cont. British Art, The Millinery Works, London
Young Masters Prints, Atlanta, USA
National Print Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London
FWA, Art, Age & Gender, Orleans House, London
Grafiek Nu, Biennale Nederlandse Grafische Kunst, Singer Museum, Laren
2000 Modern & Cont. British Art, The Millinery Works, London
Art on Paper Fair, RCA, London
Englische Kunst, Galerie Thomas Hettlage, Munich
Int. Small Print Biennale, Morley Gallery, London
Bearing Up, East West Gallery, London
1999 Pictures to Live With, The Millinery Works, London
BCMA, The Mall Galleries, London
Secret Lives, Axiom Gallery, Cheltenham
Notes from the Underground, Dostoyevsky Museum, St.Petersburg, Russia
Small & Sexy, East West Gallery, London
1998 Women on Men, Touring to Oriel Theatr Clwyd; Bodelwyddan Castle and Denbighshire School of Art Gallery; University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Undercurrents, Woodlands Art Gallery, London
MWA, Women, Work and Money, KPBG, London
1997 Unquiet Voices, Doncaster Museum & Art Gallery, Doncaster
7 Dutch Artists,The Royal Netherlands Embassy, London
Graffik 97, Printmakers, Scunthorpe Museum and Art Gallery
Small Objects of Desire, East West Gallery, London
1996 The Human Form, Fairfax Gallery, Tunbridge Wells
The Child Within, East West Gallery, London
1995 Life’s a Beach, City Gall., Leicester
Identity, Towner Art Gall., Eastbourne
Experiments, S.W.T.U., Chongqing
1994 Ask the Poets, Knapp Gallery, London
Contemporary Portrait Society, London
Women Light Up The Night, Berlin
1993 Cooling Gallery, London
Expressionist Paintings S.W.T.U, Chongqing
1992 Eva Jekel Gallery, London
Cooling Gallery, London
1991 British Month, Roy Miles Gallery, London
Galerie Clairfontaine, Luxembourg
1990 British Painters, Mall Galleries, London
Art for China, Smith Gallery, London
1989 Links of Affinity, Knapp Gallery, London and Glasgow Arts Club, Glasgow
Berkeley Square Gallery, London

Forthcoming Group Shows:
07 January - 11 February 2006: 'Artist & Print Exhibition', Artonomy Fine Art,
Green Street, Truro, Cornwall TR1 2LH
02 - 24 February 2006: 'Contemporary Woodcuts', The Walk Gallery, 23 King Edward Walk, London SE1 7PR
15 - 25 February 2006: 'Originals 06', 'The Contemporary Printmaking Show', The Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1
16 March - 07 April 2006: 'Contemporary Etchings', The Walk Gallery, 23 King Edward Walk, London SE1 7PR
12 - 30 April 2006: The London Group, Bankside Gallery, 48 Hopton Street, London SE1
05 May - 05 June 2006: ‘RE Annual’, Bankside Gallery, 48 Hopton Street, London SE1
12 July - 20 August 2006: ‘L'Image / Le Réveil Figuratif’, La Renaissance Mairie, Hondschooten, France, and also at The Church in Beauvoorde (Panne) Belgium. - Private View 15 July 2006, 4pm. at La Renaissance Mairie, Hondschooten, France.

Uncanny Tales,
A travelling show of paintings and etchings by Oona Grimes,
Marcelle Hanselaar, Ana Maria Pacheco and Paula Rego.
Originated in Arnhem, Holland. Touring details with addresses:

30 January - 26 February 2006:
Jersey Arts Centre, Phillips Street, St Helier, Jersey JE2 4SY

To be confirmed:
Central London Venue

20 May -17 June 2006:
Black Swan Arts Center, 2 Bridge Street, Frome, Somerset BA11 1BB

08 July - 27 August 2006:
Ferens Art Gallery, Queen Victoria Square, Kingston upon Hull HU1 3RA

12 September - 05 November 2006:
Rugby Art Gallery, Little Elborow Street, Rugby CV21 3AW

January 2007:
Babylon Art Gallery, Waterside, Ely, Cambs

Awards:
Purchase Prize 2006, The University of Wales Aberystwyth Print Collection.
June 2003, Presse Papier Award at the Biennale internationale d'estampe contemporaine de Trois-Rivieres, Canada.

Recent Solo Exhibitions:
2018 Prints, 12 Star Gallery, London
2017 Dreamcatchers, de Queeste Art, Watou, Belgium
The Crying Game, prints and Book Launch, Herrick Gallery, Mayfair, London
2016 Drawings/Tekeningen, de Queeste Art, Watou, Belgium
Drawing the line, Julian Page Fine Art, Clerkenwell Gallery, London
2015 Cushioning the blow, prints by the CC prizewinner, Clifford Chance HQ, London
2014 Wondrous world of an introvert / De verwondering van een binnenvetter, De Queeste Art, Watou, Belgium
Open Secrets, Millennium, St Ives
2013 Walking the line, Kings Place Gallery, London
2012 Auerbach & Hanselaar, graphic works, Quest 21, Brussel
2011 Mama mama, the bear is loose, De Queeste Art , Watou, Belgium
2010 Mama mama, the bear is loose, Quest 21, Brussel
Biting the bullet, Millenium gallery, St.Ives
Sticks & Stones, University Gallery and Baring Wing, Newcastle
Sweet ‘n’ Low, Viktor Wynd Fine Art inc. London
2009 Back to Basics, SNAP Gallery, Edmonton, Canada
2008 The Weight of Smoke, Galerie de Buytensael, Arnhem
The Weight of Smoke, East West Gallery, London
Down the Rabbithole, University of Aberystwyth Gallery, Aberystwyth
2007 The Weight of Smoke, De Queeste Art, Watou, Belgium
The Weight of Smoke, University of Brussel Gallery, Brussel
2006 La Petite Mort, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Canberra
Intimate Conversations, Artonomy Fine Art, Truro

2005: 'La Petite Mort', 2 portfolios of new etchings, East West Gallery, London
2005: 'La Petite Mort', 2 portfolios of new etchings, De Queeste Kunstkamers, Watou, Belgium
2004: 'Silence is Easy', De Queeste Kunstkamers, B-8978 Abele-Watou, Belgium.
2004: 'Shouts & whispers', Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Deakin, Australia.
2003: 'Sometimes I dream about reality', East West Gallery, London.
2003: 'You said you loved me', RM Art Gallery, Essen, Germany.
2002: 'Incomplete Tales', Erasmus Galerie, Rotterdam, Holland.
2001: 'All of Me', East West Gallery, London.

Work in Collections of : The British Museum Prints & Drawings Collection, London; Mitsokoshi Ltd.,London; Clare Hall, Cambridge; Merrill Lynch, London; Amsterdam Medical Centre; Amsterdam Arts Council, Holland; Rabo Bank, London; New Hall, Cambridge; Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

Work in stock at:

East West Gallery
De Queeste Kunstkamers
Stephanie Burns Fine Art
At the Artist's Studio

Links to other sites to view work by Marcelle Hanselaar:
Axis For Information on Visual Artists

East West Gallery, London, UK

De Queeste Kunstkamers, Belgium

Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Australia
Datum toegevoegd: 23/11/2020 door: De Kunsthistoricus
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