Marian Cramer

CV Lise Haller Baggesen

Born in Aarhus, Denmark. Lives and works in Amsterdam and Chicago.

Education:

1992-95: AKI akademie voor Beeldende Kunsten, Enschede, The Netherlands

1989-91: Billedskolen, Copenhagen

Residencies:

1996/97: Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Prizes:

2002: Koninklijke Subsidie Vrije Schilderkunst (Royal Prize for Young Painters)

Public’s favorite Koninklijke Subsidie Vrije Schilderkunst

2000: Prince Bernhard’s Prize for Art School Graduates

Commisioned Works:

2008: Mural in the lobby of the social services in Groningen, the Netherlands commisioned by the Dutch ‘Atelier Rijksbouwmeester’ (Chief Government Architect) for the ministry of Justice

2000: University of Amsterdam, commisioned by the Prins Bernhards Kultuurfonds

1998: University of Limerick, Ireland, portrait of Kathleen Lonsdale

Stipends:

2004: Basissubsidie Fonds BKVB Amsterdam

2003: Mondriaan Foundation Amsterdam

2002: Basissubsidie Fonds BKVB, Amsterdam

2001: CDB-DCA, Danish Center of Contemporary Art, Copenhagen

1999: Mondriaan Foundation, Amsterdam.

Akademiraadets Legat for Yngre Billedkunstnere, Copenhagen

1998: Basissubsidie Fonds BKVB, Amsterdam

1997: Sponsorship OCÉ van der Grinten, Venlo, Holland

Scolarship Knud Højgaards Fond, Copenhagen

1996: Studiebeurs Fonds BKVB, Amsterdam

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Solo Exhibitions:

2009: “The Black Album” MCProjects/Outpost amsterdam

2006: “About a Boy” Topografi 2006, Møns Kunstforening, Stege, Denmark

2005: “Electric Motherland” Galerie de Praktijk, Amsterdam

“Mummy & the Hoover” Gallery Suunitelma B, Turku, Finland

2004: “reMake/reModel” NICCfreespace, ModeNatie, Antwerp, Belgium

“Stories for Boys” Galerie de Praktijk & ROOM/rooms, Amsterdam

2003: “Mini Apocalypse” Havn nr.2, Copenhagen

2002: “Mini Apocalypse” Window gallery, Walter van Beirendonck, Antwerp, Belgium

“Beware at Thirtythree!”, Galerie de Praktijk, Amsterdam

2001: “Deep in the Heart of Darkest America…”, Galerie de Praktijk, Amsterdam

1999: “Weeks in the Prison of Beauty”, Galerie De Praktijk, Amsterdam (cat.)

1998: “Close Encounters of the Kind”, Galerie De Praktijk, Amsterdam (cat.)

“Private Party”, Stichting House in Park, Amsterdam

“Girlie Stuff!” Leoni Gallery, Viborg, Denmark (cat.)

1996: “Blue Lagoon”, Ostermann- Petersen Presents, Amsterdam

Group Exhibitions:

2010: “Family Affairs” LUMC, Leiden, The Netherlands

RC de Ruimte, Ijmuiden, The Netherlands

2009: “ A Days Darkness in a Light Bulb” Arti and Amici, Amsterdam

2007: “Islands” DuBBelBee gallery, Amsterdam

“Broncode” de Vishal, Harlem, the Netherlands

“Unbescheiblich Weiblich” RC de Ruimte, Ijmuiden, the Netherlands

“A Place Where Nothing Happens”, Artwalk Amsterdam

2006: “Quantumvis” RC de Ruimte, Ijmuiden, the Netherlands

2005: “Malpractice” Galerie de Praktijk, Amsterdam

ART Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Galerie de Praktijk

2004: “Amsterdamned” Kunsthallen Brænderigården, Viborg, Danmark

2003: “Polypol IV: In the meantime- Superalltag Allegorie” Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart, Germany

“STØJ” Kunsthallen Brænderigården, Viborg, Danmark (cat.)

“Nieuwe Aanwinsten”, CBK Rotterdam

Art Rotterdam, Rotterdam

“Is de Schilder Happy?” Museum van Bommel van Dam, Venlo, the Netherlands

“Het Oog van de Vrouw” Slot Zeist, Zeist and de Vishal, Haarlem, The Netherlands

2002: “Koninklijke Subsidie voor Vrije Schilderkunst 2002”,

The Hague Municipial museum, The NetherLands (cat.)

“De Praktijk Prijzenfestival”, Galerie de Praktijk, Amsterdam

“AKI Ontplooid”., Rijksmuseum Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands (cat.)

“Still”, Kastel de Haere, Olst, The Netherlands

2001: “Wij zijn weer thuis”, Gallerie de Praktijk, Amsterdam

“She”, Chinese European Art Center, University of Xiamen, Xiamen, China

“Holgers Housewarming Party”, A selection by Holger Bunk, Amsterdam

ART Brussel, Galerie de Praktijk

2000: “Waterverf?”, Het Museum Rijswijk, Rijswijk, The Netherlands, and

Het van Harenmuseum/De Kunstruimte, Herenveen, The Netherlands

“Aspekter af Nyrealismen”, Skive Kunstmuseum, Skive, Denmark (cat.)

“Op de huid bekeken”, Kunsthal de Remise, Amsterdam (cat.)

1999: “Abraham”, Galerie de Praktijk, Amsterdam

“After Image”, Overgaden, Copenhagen

“Waterverf?”, De Zaayer, Amsterdam (cat.)

1998: “Backroom”, Galerie de Praktijk, Amsterdam

1997: KunstRAI, Amsterdam, Galerie de Praktijk

“Farewell Welfare”, W139, Amsterdam (cat.)

“Open Studios”, Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam

“MIR”, Rijksakademie van Beeldende kunsten , Amsterdam

1996: “Experienced”, W139, Amsterdam (cat.)

“Open Studios”, Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam

1995: Rough & Ruined festival, Westergasfabriek Amsterdam (cat.)

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Publications:

2009: “The Black Album” www.baggesen.org/album

2007: “Curiouser & Curiouser” www.baggesen.org/curiouser

2005: “Electric Motherland” www.baggesen.org/motherland

2004: “Stories for boys” www.baggesen.org/stories

“Amsterdamned” Kunsthallen Brænderigården, Viborg, Danmark

2003: “STØJ”, Kunsthallen Brænderigården, Viborg, Danmark

“Is de Schilder Happy?”, OCE van der Grinten, Venlo

“Het Oog van de Vrouw”, Slot Zeist, The Netherlands

2002: “Beware at Thirtythree” www.baggesen.org/beware

“El Arte Que Viene/ The Art to Come” Paco Barragan,Subastas Siglo XXI,Madrid

“Koninklijke Subsidie Voor vrije schilderkunst 2002”, Stichting Koninklijke Paleis Amsterdam

“AKI Ontplooid”, Rijksmuseum Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands

2001: www.baggesen.org

2000: “Op de huid bekeken”, SBK Amsterdam

1999: “Weeks in the Prison of Beauty”, Galerie de Praktijk, Amsterdam

“Waterverf?”, Nederlandse Akvarellistenkring, Amsterdam

1998: “Close Encounters of the Kind”, Galerie De Praktijk, Amsterdam

“Girlie Stuff!”, Leoni Gallery, Viborg, Denmark

1997: “52°13’48”N.B.06°54’22”O.L.” Kunstenaarsinitiatief B93, Enschede

KunstRAI catalogue

“Farewell Welfare”, W139, Amsterdam

1996: “Experienced”, W139, Amsterdam

Reviews :

2004: “Freespace neemt Antwerpse musea in” Anne-Marie Poels in De Tijd 27/10/04

“”FreeSpace brengt vier tentoonstellingen op evenveel Antwerpse locaties”

Luk Lambrecht in de Morgen 29/10/2004

“Amsterdamned” Kulturnyt, Danmarks Radio P1, 3/12 2004

“Stories for Boys” Arjan Reinders, KunstBeeld April 2004

2003: “Der er Liv i Kassen” Jacob Lambertsen , Jyllandsposten 31/12/2003

“Sammelsurium aus dem Alltag” Ulrich Köppen in Staatsanzieger 15/09/03

“Frauen, die auf Flughäfen warten” Gabriele Hoffmann Stuttgarter Zeitung 12/09/03

2002: “Spetters en Bubbels bij Walter” Luuk Lambrecht in De Morgen 16/12/02

VARA radio, interview met Judith de Lang in “Ophef & Vertier” 4/10/02

“Koninklijke Subsidie voor hoog niveau” Sandra Spijkerman in Trouw 5/10/2002

“Alles kan weer in de schilderkunst” Arjan Reinders in het Parool 4/10/2002

“Vooral mooischilders bekroond” Hans den Hartog Jager in NRC 4/10/2002

2000: “Is dit een Polaroid of een Schilderij?” Nicoline Wijnja in Het Parool 7/1/00

1999: “Fra Undergrunden til Hjemmet” Jacob Lillemose in Information 18/6/99

“Schilderen zonder Pretentie” Theo Tegelaers in Metropolis M no. 6 Dec. 99

1998: “Beelden van Alledag” Sandra Smallenburg in NRC Handelsblad 22/5/98

“I Pigekammeret” Birgitte Anderberg in Jyllands-Posten 16/10/98

1997: “Farewell Welfare” Paula Toppila in SIKSI The Nordic Art Review XII

“Scandinavische Ontmoetingen”, De Volkskrant 28/5/97

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Teaching, Curating and Others:

2005-2007: Fonds BKVB Amsterdam, Member of the commission for the basisstipendia

2007: RC de Ruimte Ijmuiden, Curating the Exhibition “Unbescheiblich Weiblich”

2005: “Drawing and

Narratives” Lecture at theuniversity of Turku,Finland

2004: Kunsthallen Brænderigaarden, Viborg, Denmark Curating the exhibition “Amsterdamned”

2002-2003: Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam: Teaching basisyear

2000-2003: AKI academie voor beeldende kunsten, Enschede, the Netherlands: Teaching at the painting department

2001:Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam: Lecture on model drawing in connection with the exhibition “ The drawings of Vincent van Gogh 1885-1888, Antwerp and Paris” (with Holger Bunk)

2000- 2001: Turku Polytechnics Institute , Turku, Finland: Guest teaching at the fine arts department

1999: Overgaden, Copenhagen: Curating the exhibition “After Image”

1997: W139, Amsterdam: Curating the exhibition “Farewell Welfare” (with Lars Arrhenius)

Collections:

Stichting Koniklijke paleis Amsterdam

ABN Amro

Océ van der Ginten

Akzo Nobel

Koninklijke Bijenkorf Beheer

SBK Amsterdam

CBK Rotterdam

Stichting heARTpool Hengelo

AKI Akademie voor Beeldende Kunsten, Enschede

University of Limerick, Ireland

Private collections in Nederland, Belgium, Denmark and Ireland

Synopsis/Bio:

Lise Haller Baggesen was born in Denmark, where she received her first education in the visual arts at Billedskolen in Copenhagen, before moving to the Netherlands to study painting at the AKI Academy of Arts and Industrial design in Enschede; the Netherlands. After her bachelors degree in 1995, she completed a two year work period at the Rijksacademy, an international post-graduate artist residency programme based in Amsterdam, with Luc Tuymans, Narcisse Tordoir, Avis Newman, Lisa Milroy as her primary advisors. By recommendation of the Rijksacademy she was awarded the ‘Prins Berhard Prize’ for art school garduates. Part of the price concists of a commission of a work in a public spac, which was installed in the University of Amsterdam in 2000. In 2002 she was awarded the ‘Royal Painting Prize’, the most prestigious painting prize for young painters in the Netherlands, by her Royal Highness Queen Beatrix.

In 2008 she completed mural for the social services in Groningen, commissioned by the Chief government Architect and the ministry of justice. She has taught painting and drawing at, among others, the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam and the AKI Academy in Enschede and was a member of the board of the ‘basis-stipend’ of the FondsBKVB, the Dutch foundation for the visual arts. She has curated and organized group exhibitions in The Netherlands and in Denmark and is a founding member of the Amsterdam based artists organisation Calcite Revolt.

Her paintings, installations and drawings have been shown in galleries and museums in Europe and outside, including the Municipial Museum of the Hague, the MoMu (fashion museum) in Antwerp, the Wurttembergischem Kunstverein in Stuttgart and CAEC, the Chinese European Art Center in Xiamen, as well as in numerous solo exhibitions in Amsterdam. Her work is represented in private and public collections including those of multinationals AKZO-Nobel, OCE van de Ginten and ABN-AMRO.

Since 2008 she is living and working in Chicago.

For more information and visual documentation, please go to: www.baggesen.org