Documentary 30 min, 2005. Language: Dutch. Director, camera, production: Annick Vroom Editor: Matthieu Hes
Installation: Universum Liberum. With: Skeleton/Self-portrait 20 – Skeleton/Self-portrait 22 – Declaration of Sanctity/Self-portrait 23 and new work: Piece Unique/Self-portrait 41. To be seen until February 6th 2016.
In Search of Meaning-Human figures in global perspective From Januari 17 until April 6 2015, Museum de Fundatie – Zwolle. In Search of Meaning shows works by Juan Muñoz (S), Marc Quinn (GB), Jan Fabre (BE), Karin Arink (NL), Lee Bul (Z-Korea), Stephan Balkenhol (DE), Caspar Berger (NL), Berlinde de Bruyckere (BE), Heri Dono (Indon.), Antony Gormley … Read More
Presented by Lecturis: Dutch art in Detail. 100 Dutch masterpieces from Dutch collections. Torso ZZM by Caspar Berger is presented in 8 pages of detailed photographs and text. Dutch Art in Detail is one of the most beautiful books ever made about Dutch art. It presents 100 Dutch masterpieces through the ages in great detail. … Read More
OPEN for private views by appointment only: 11.00 am until 6.00 pm At the Kunstkapel, situated in the former St Nicolaas chapel (designed by architect Lau Peters in 1962) on the edge of the Beatrixpark and above Restaurant As, the latest works will be presented by Caspar Berger. During the Amsterdam Art Weekend (27-30 November) the … Read More
Now out: Grote Amsterdamse Kunst Kalender 2015. Available in shops, newpaper het Parool and through internet.
We are proud to announce that today, November 20 2014, the artwork Don’t be afraid of becoming a bench/Self-portrait 28 was donated by a private couple to museum Beelden aan Zee, Den Haag. In January it will already be on loan to museum de Fundatie, Zwolle, for the exposition In search of meaning
Re: Society: a new art book that celebrates the 40 years of art collecting at ING. Caspar Berger’s Self-portrait 5 is featuring in the theme Individual growth. Re: Society shows a selection of artworks that ING has collected over the past 40 years. The book explains what ING has meant for and will mean for society … Read More
In the Dutch tv program ‘Nachtzoen’, Caspar Berger appeared twice, showing two parts of an interview. First one was June 6th, second one September 5th 2014. http://www.npo.nl/de-nachtzoen/06-06-2014/VPWON_1224088 http://www.npo.nl/de-nachtzoen/05-09-2014/VPWON_1224109
Most recently ‘Nederlandse beeldhouwkunst / Dutch sculpture – een apologie/an apologia’ by Jan Teeuwisse was published. On monday 17 june 2013 Dr. Jan Teeuwisse took up the endowed professorship of History, Theory an Practice of modern Sculpture at the Arts faculty of Leiden, the Netherlands. During his inaugural lecture in the large Auditorium in Leiden, … Read More