RM Sunday Session with Tomáš Libertíny & Annemarie van der Hoeven

We are happy to invite you to our RM Sunday Session: Tomáš Libertíny & Annemarie van der Hoeven in Conversation. On the final day of Libertíny’s exhibition Of Time and Other Demons, the artist will talk with art historian Annemarie van der Hoeven about his work on view at the gallery and his unique collaboration with bees. To attend this event, RSVP via the button below.

Practical information:
RM Sunday Session: Tomáš Libertíny & Annemarie van der Hoeven in Conversation
Date: Sunday, 25 February
Time: 2:00 – 3:00 PM
Language: English
Location: Galerie Ron Mandos, Prinsengracht 282, Amsterdam

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About Annemarie van der Hoeven

Annemarie van der Hoeven studied History of Art with a specialization in 17th-century painting. She is currently gallery director at the Swiss-based David Koetser Gallery. Van der Hoeven is also an independent art consultant and evaluator of art. She is closely linked to the Lakeside Art Collection and co-organizer of Tomas Liberiny’s exhibition at the Artistic Matter section of Art Rotterdam 2024.

ABOUT Tomáš Libertíny

Currently living and working in Rotterdam, through his art, Tomáš Libertíny continually explores the beauty and intelligence of nature as well as probing into the existential questions of the human mind.

Born in Slovakia, the son of an architect and a historian, he studied at the Technical University Košice in Slovakia focusing on engineering and design. He was awarded George Soros’s Open Society Institute Scholarship to study at The University of Washington in Seattle, where he focused on painting and sculpture. He continued his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava in painting and conceptual design. After receiving the prestigious Huygens Scholarship, he enrolled in the master’s program at the Design Academy Eindhoven where he received his MFA in 2006.

Libertiny’s fascination with the beauty and intelligence of nature fuels his work with timeless yet relatable emotions. The relationship between man and nature, both psychological and physical, serves as a constant source of inspiration.