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ARTIST COMPARISONS

Theodore Ereira-Guyer (26)

 

Top Art Schools: BA: Central Saint Martins, MA: Royal College of Art, PhD: Contemporary Art at the College of Arts, University of Coimbra, Portugal

Awards: Helen Chadwick Award

Residencies: Belize, Romania, Jordan, Brazil 

International Solo Exhibitions: England (London), Romania, Jordan, Hong Kong SAR, Belize 

International Group Exhibitions: England (London), Spain, Portugal, China (Shanghai and Hong Kong SAR), Brazil 

Artworks in Collections: British Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum, Royal College of Art Archive, The Lookout Collection UK

Private Collections: Europe, Asia & North, Central & South America

Biennials: XIX Cerveira International Art Biennial (Portugal)      

Art Fairs: Asia Contemporary Hong Kong, Multiplied Christie’s South Kensington  

Corporate Backing: Clifford Chance Exhibition

Teaching: Printmaking tutor at the Art Academy, London

Environment & Upbringing: Portuguese and French descent. Lives and works between London and Portugal

Peter Doig (57)

 

Top Art Schools: BA: Central Saint Martin’s, MA: Chelsea School of Art

Awards: Barclays Young Artist Award (Serpentine Gallery), First prize at the John Moores exhibition, Prix Eliette von Karajan, Whitechapel Artist Award, Nomination for the Turner Prize

Residencies: Trinidad

International Solo Exhibitions: Germany, USA, Netherlands, France, Canada, Ireland, UK (widely in London)

International Group Exhibitions: USA, Japan, Germany, Russia, Canada, France (Centre Pompidou), Greece, Italy, Belgium, Ireland, UK (extensively)

Artworks in Collections: Tate Collection, British Council, British Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Musée National d’Art Moderne Paris, Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, Museum of Modern Art New York

Private Collections: Europe, North America, Asia 

Biennials: SITE Santa Fe Biennial (New Mexico), Whitney Biennial (New York), Tate Triennial (London), 50th Venice Biennale 

Corporate Backing: Monsoon Art Collection, Minsheng Art Gallery Shanghai Exhibition

Teaching: Professor at the Fine Arts Academy, Düsseldorf

Environment & Upbringing: Lived and raised in Scotland, Canada, Trinidad and London. Lives and works between Trinidad, New York and London

 

Peter Doig is one of the world’s most celebrated living painters

 

Marta Jakobovits (72)

 

Top Art Schools: Technical School of Architecture Cluj, Academy of Fine Arts Cluj, Member of the Hungarian Academy of Arts, Doctor of Liberal Arts (DLA) University of Budapest (PhD)

Awards: Hungarian Knight’s Cross of Merit (accorded by the President of the Republic of Hungary), Ferenczy Noémi Award (the Ministry of the Cultural Heritage and Human Resources) Hungary, Diploma of Excellence of the Romanian Cultural Ministry Romania, The Fire Arts Award of The Romanian Artists’ Union Romania, The Award of Excellence of the Townhall Oradea Romania, The Ceramic Award from the Artists’ Alliance (Romania), The Award of the Hungarian Culture, Körösi Csoma Sándor-Award (Hungary), Research-Scholarship of the Hungarian Cultural Ministry, Szolnay Sándor-Award (Hungary)

International Solo Exhibitions: Romania (extensively), Hungary, Finland, Italy, Germany, Netherlands

International Group Exhibitions: Romania (extensively), Hungary (National Gallery), England, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Netherlands, Croatia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Italy, Poland, Canada, Japan

Biennials: Biennial of Ceramics Glowing Metaphors (Romania), International Ceramics Biennale (Museum of Art Cluj-Napoca Romania), International Triennial of the Decorative Arts (Romania), International Biennial of Ceramic Art (France), International Triennial of Applied Arts (Poland), National Triennial of Paper Art (Hungary), International Biennale of FIRE ARTS (Romania), World Triennial of Small Ceramics (Croatia), Selected to represent Romania at the European Ceramic Context (Denmark)

Artworks in Collections: Romania: Museum of the Cris County, Contemporary Arts Collection Bucharest, Art Museum Cluj-Napoca, Public Art Collection Covasna, IRIS Porcelain Museum Cluj, Collection of the Cultural Centre, Arts Museum Baia-Mare, Contemporary Art Collection of the Peter Jecza Foundation

Outside: Rákóczi Museum (Hungary), Collection of the International Ceramic Studio (Hungary), Continental Art Centre Rotterdam, Contemporary Hungarian Art Gallery (Slovakia), Contemporary Art Collection of the Romanian Academy Rome

 

Ana Lupas (76)

 

Top Art Schools: Academy of Fine Arts Cluj

Awards: Gold and Silver medals at Lodz Triennial (Poland), Corresponding member of the European Academy of Sciences Arts and Humanities, Order of the Star of Romania, Gold Medal at International Art Triennale (Germany), The Great Prize of the Romanian Union of Artists, The One and Only Prize at International Vehtaprijs Biennale (Belgium), Acquisition Prize Art-Expo Budapest, Prize of the Academy of Romania

International Solo Exhibitions: Romania (extensively), Hungary, Finland, Poland, France, Switzerland, Slovenia

International Group Exhibitions: Romania (extensively), Hungary, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Poland, Portugal, Belgium, Canada, USA, Mexico, Brazil, South Korea, Australia

Biennials: International Tapestry Biennale (Switzerland), International Young Artists Biennale (France), Small Tapestry International Biennale (Hungary), International Drawing Biennale (Portugal), Lodz Triennial (Poland), International Biennale of Sydney, The First International Drawing Biennale (South Korea), International Biennale São Paulo

Artworks in Collections: Romania: Museum of History (Romania), National Art Museum Bucharest, Museum of Romanian Contemporary Art, University Babeș-Bólyai Cluj

Outside: Tate Collection, Savaria Museum (Hungary), Seoul International Fine Arts Center, Centralne Museum (Poland), Amos Andersonin Konstmuseum (Finland), Fundaçao Calouste Gulbenkian (Portugal), Hungarian National Gallery, Museum of Contemporary Art Hungary, Szent Istvàn Museum (Hungary), Queens Museum of Art New York

 

Ana Lupas’s work was acquired by the Tate Collection in 2016

Petra Feriancová (40)

 

Top Art Schools: BA: Bratislava Institute of Art and Design (Slovakia), MA: Accademia di Belle Arti Rome PhD: AFAD Academy of Fine Arts and Design (Slovakia) 

International Solo Exhibitions: Slovakia, Hungry, England, Spain, Czech Republic, Austria, Italy, Germany, Croatia, USA

International Group Exhibitions: Italy, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, Poland, Germany, Ireland, Austria, Greece, South Africa, Romania, Malta, Brazil, South Korea, Latvia, Netherlands, Bulgaria, Serbia, Croatia, Spain, Russia, Belgium, England (Courtauld Institute of Art London)

Biennials: Czech and Slovak Pavilion Giardini 55th Venice Biennale, Prague Biennale 3 & 5, Mediations Biennale Poznan (Poland)

Artworks in Collections: Slovak National Gallery, Mario Testino Collection (Peru), Castello di Rivara (Italy), AGI Verona, Fondazione Morra Greco (Italy), APT Institute (USA), Broadway 1602 (USA), Lawrence Benenson Collection (USA)

Corporate Backing: Siemens Collection (Austria), Art Collection Telekom (Germany)

Jannis Kounellis (1936-2017) 

 

Top Art Schools: Accademia di Belle Arti Rome               

International Solo Exhibitions: UK (White Cube), Italy, USA, Mexico, Turkey, Czech Republic, Austria, Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Spain, Greece, Finland, China, South Korea, Australia                                                          

International Group Exhibitions: Italy, Slovenia, Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Denmark, France, USA, Switzerland, Turkey, South Korea, Australia, Greece, Bolivia, Japan                 

Biennials: 55th Venice Biennale, 56th Venice Biennale, 4th International Istanbul Biennial, 4th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Arts

Artworks in Collections: Courtauld Institute of Art London, Centre Pompidou, MoMA, Guggenheim New York, Tate Collection, Museo d’arte contemporanea del castello di Rivoli (Italy), Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Walker Art Center (USA), Zerynthia Roma         

Corporate Backing: Alpha Bank Collection (Greece), La Caixa Art Collection (Spain)

 

The late Greek-Italian artist was one of the leading figures of the Arte Povera movement

Cătălin Petrişor (38)

 

Top Art Schools: BA & MA: University of Art and Design of Cluj-Napoca

Awards: Celeste Prize Finalist (Italy), Strabag Art Award International Nominee (Austria), DWS Presidium (Deutscher Wirtschaftsclub Siebenburgen)

International Solo Exhibitions: France, Romania, Greater China Region (Beijing and Taipei (the Mind Set Art Center))

International Group Exhibitions: Romania, Denmark, France, USA, Netherlands, Israel, Russia, Switzerland, Poland, China

Biennials: International Biennale of Contemporary Art at the National Gallery Prague (2005), The Fourth Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art (2011)

Art Fairs: Art Beijing, Art Amsterdam & Art Rotterdam, Art Paris Art Fair, Cutlog New York & Scope Art Show, art.fair (Cologne)

Artworks in Collections: The National Gallery Prague

Corporate Backing: The Nederlandsche Bank Collection

Anselm Kiefer (72)

 

Top Art Schools: Freiburg, Karlsruhe and Dusseldorf Academies

Awards: The Wolf Prize (Israel), Praemium Imperiale (Japan), Peace prize of the German Book Trade, Leo-Baeck-Medal (US)

International Solo Exhibitions: London (RA), France (Centre Georges Pompidou), Berlin, USA, Spain, Netherlands, Israel, Japan

International Group Exhibitions: USA, Austria, Japan, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Netherlands, Finland, Russia,

Biennials: Represented Germany at the 1980 Venice Biennale 1980, Featured at the 1997 Venice Biennale, 19th Biennale Sao Paulo Brazil

Art Fairs: EXPO CHICAGO, The Armory Show New York, Art Cologne, Art Basel

Artworks in Collections: Hamburger Bahnhof Berlin, MoMA, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Tate Modern

Corporate Backing: Deutsche Bank Collection

 

Anselm Kiefer is a most renowned German painter and sculptor

Abraham Kritzman (33)

 

Top Art Schools: BA (Hons): Bezalel Academy, MA: Royal College of Art

Awards: Hermann Struck Prize, Aileen Cooper Prize, Villiers David Travel Award RCA

International Solo Exhibitions: Israel, England

International Group Exhibitions: Israel (extensively), England, Netherlands, Germany, Romania

Artworks in Collections: Clore Duffield Foundation Collection (London), Royal College of Art Collection, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design Collection (Israel), Shay Milaw Collection 

Luc Tuymans (58)

 

Top Art Schools: École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Visuels de la Cambre Brussels, The Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, Vrije Universiteit Brussels     

Awards: Flemish Culture Award for Visual Arts, Coutts Contemporary Art Foundation Awards Zurich, Order of the Leopold Belgium, Foreign Honorary Member American Academy of Arts and Letters New York 

International Solo Exhibitions: England, Belgium, Germany, Scotland, Netherlands, France, Spain, Mexico, Japan, Canada, USA, Qatar            

International Group Exhibitions: England, Germany, Netherlands, Israel France, Poland, Spain, Norway, Italy, Japan, China, USA                    

Artworks in Collections: Art Institute of Chicago, Centre Georges Pompidou Paris, Tate Collection

 

Luc Tuymans is a Belgian artist who is considered one of the most important painters working today