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
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
Hierna(nog)maals an exhibition in Het Provinciehuis, Dreef 3, Haarlem. In this exhibition contemporary artists are invited to reflect on a presentation of archaeologic finds. Caspar Berger will be presenting several works in a way that this makes you feel one is part of a archeological laboratory.
Last week: the exhibition Bone at Museum Beelden aan Zee, The Hague. The exhibition will close on Sunday 1 June with a lecture by Caspar Berger titled Life after Bone. In the lecture Caspar Berger will explain the central theme of the exhibition Bone and reveal his latest plans. The lecture will be followed by a short tour of the … Read More
Caspar Berger is awarded the Sacha Tanja Medal 2014. The jury members Wim Pijbes (DirectorRijksmuseum Amsterdam), Emily Ansenk (DirectorKunsthal Rotterdam) and Joop van Caldenborgh(art collector) reached a unanimous decision to grant this year’s award to Caspar Berger for his outstanding work. In a ceremony on Wednesday 15th January 2014 Caspar Berger received a special medal … Read More
A new solo exposition in Beelden aan Zee, Den Haag, from Januari 31th – June 1th 2014. A series of new works in the project ‘Skeleton’ will be presented, among which a video installation ‘Attraction/Self-portrait 30’.
‘Beelden aan Zee aan het IJ’ is the title of an exhibit with works of museum Beelden aan Zee. Four works of Caspar Berger are shown, among which one of the earliest: ‘Zelfportret 2’, 2006. The exhibit is free of charge. Now to bee seen until November 5th.
Ego Vivo/ Self-portrait 25 erected in Bad Homburg, Germany. Blickachsen 9 opening invitation
Sunday July 7th 14.00 hrs open discussion and lecture by Caspar in museum Singer Laren. Introducing the new Skeleton Self-portraits concepts to be presented in February in museum Beelden aan Zee.
Caspar Berger is the recipient of the 2013 Singer Prize. As part of this biennial mid-career award the museum Singer Laren will show a retrospective of his work, including the latest works of Skeleton uitnodiging Caspar Berger. Singer laren acquired ‘Self-portrait 3’ for the sculpture garden. It was installed on May 23rd.