Rineke Dijkstra

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Current and upcoming

De Collectie. Stedelijk Base
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
(permanent)

Collection 1970s - Present
MoMA, New York City (US)
(permanent)

14/02 - 03/01

Five Ways In: Themes from the Collection - Self
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (US)

17/07 - 17/01

Fashion Nirvana: Runway to Everyday
McNay Art Museum, San Antonio (US)

23/09 - 03/01

Crossing Views
Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris

16/10 - 10/01

Masculinities: Liberation through Photography
Gropius Bau, Berlin

Exhibitions at Jan Mot

Rineke Dijkstra, installation view at Jan Mot, Mexico, 2013
06/04/13 - 14/04/13

Rineke Dijkstra
Ruth Drawing Picasso

24/04/10 - 05/06/10

Rineke Dijkstra
Liverpool

24/05/07 - 28/07/07

Rineke Dijkstra
Park Portraits

04/09/04 - 23/10/04

Rineke Dijkstra
Two Portraits

27/05/04 - 03/07/04

Rineke Dijkstra, Douglas Gordon, Sharon Lockhart, Tino Sehgal
Accrochage

27/09/02 - 19/10/02

Eija-Liisa Ahtila, Sven Augustijnen, Richard Billingham, Pierre Bismuth, Manon de Boer, Rineke Dijkstra, Honoré ∂'O, Dora García, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Douglas Gordon, Joachim Koester, Sharon Lockhart, Deimantas Narkevičius, Uri Tzaig, Ian Wilson
New Space Opening Show

23/05/02 - 29/04/02

Hans Aarsman, Arno Nollen, Johannes Schwartz
An exhibition proposed by Rineke Dijkstra

23/02/02 - 02/03/02

Joe Scanlan and Pierre Bismuth, Nathan Carter, Rineke Dijkstra, Dora García, Rikrit Tiravanija, Uri Tzaig, Lawrence Wiener
DIY

13/09/01 - 10/11/01

Rineke Dijkstra
La Légion étrangère

17/09/98 - 17/10/98

Eija-Liisa Athila, Rineke Dijkstra, Douglas Gordon
New Works

19/03/97 - 19/04/97

Rineke Dijkstra

Other exhibitions (selection)

Works

Rineke Dijkstra Arden and Miran London 16 feb 2020
Rineke Dijkstra
Arden and Miran, London, February 16, 2020, 2020
inkjet print
135 x 103,5 cm (image), 159 x 127 cm (frame)
edition of 10

Rineke Dijkstra
The Gymschool, St Petersburg, 2014, 2014
3 channel HD video installation, surround sound
15 minutes 16 seconds, looped
edition of 6

Dijkstra-Marianna and Sasha Kingisepp Russia november 2 2014

Rineke Dijkstra
Marianna and Sasha, Kingisepp, Russia, November 2, 2014, 2014
archival inkjet print
117 x 93 cm (image), 152 x 127,5 cm (frame)
edition of 10

Rineke Dijkstra Taryn Simon London June 25 2011 72dpi

Rineke Dijkstra
Taryn Simon, London, June 25, 2011, 2011
archival inkjet print
110 x 88 cm (image)
145,5 x 122 cm (frame)
edition of 6

Rineke Dijkstra Charlotte Dumas

Rineke Dijkstra
Charlotte Dumas, Amsterdam, November 16, 2010, 2010
archival inkjet print
93,7 x 72 cm (image)
128,2 x 106 cm (frame)
edition of 10

Rineke Dijkstra
Park Portraits: Sefton Park, Liverpool, June 10, 2006 A, 2006
archival inkjet print
112,5 x 140 cm (image)
135,3 x 162,5 cm (frame)
edition of 10

Rineke Dijkstra
Olivier, The Foreign Legion, Ferme du Cuin, Orsan, France, August 10, 2000, 2000
C-print, not part of the series
90 x 72 cm (image), 125 x 106 cm (frame)
edition of 10

Dijkstra Tia Amsterdam June 23 1994 diptych

Rineke Dijkstra
Tia, Amsterdam, Nederland 23 juni 1994 / 14 november 1994, 1994
diptych
archival inkjet print
35 x 28 cm (image, each)
61 x 51 cm (frame, each)
edition of 15

Rineke Dijkstra JALTA UKRAINE JULY 31 1993
Rineke Dijkstra
Jalta, Ukraine, August 31, 1993, 1993
inkjet print
130 x 104 cm (image), 162 x 135 cm (frame)
edition of 6
 
Rineke Dijkstra Odessa Ukraine August 7 1993 B

Rineke Dijkstra
Odessa, Ukraine, August 7, 1993 B, 1993
archival inkjet print
38 x 30 cm (image)
61 x 51 cm (frame)
edition of 15

Rineke Dijkstra Odessa Ukraine August 7 1993 C

Rineke Dijkstra
Odessa, Ukraine, August 7, 1993 C, 1993
archival inkjet print
38 x 30 cm (image)
61 x 51 cm (frame)
edition of 15

Biography

Rineke Dijkstra

Born in 1958 in Sittard, The Netherlands
Lives and works in Amsterdam

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News

Johannes Vermeer Award 2020 goes to Rineke Dijkstra

The Johannes Vermeer Award 2020, the Dutch state prize for the arts, is awarded to photographer Rineke Dijkstra by Ingrid van Engelshoven, Minister of Education, Culture and Science.
The Johannes Vermeer Award consists of the sum of 100,000 euros, which the winner may use to fund a special project in his or her specific field. The Dutch government established the award in 2009, its aim being to honour and encourage exceptional artistic talent. The award is intended for artists working in the Netherlands and across all disciplines. Previous laureates are opera director Pierre Audi, filmmaker and writer Alex van Warmerdam, photographer Erwin Olaf, visual artist Marlene Dumas, architect Rem Koolhaas, graphic designer Irma Boom, composer and director Michel van der Aa, film director visual artist Steve McQueen, fashion designer Iris van Herpen, and violinist Janine Jansen.

photo © Dana Lixenberg