Eduard Heijmans

Curriculum vitae English


1958 – one man exhibit in steelworks, IJmuiden, Holland
1960 – participation in exhibit "material renewers", Stedelijk (municipal) Museum, Amsterdam
1960 – participation in exhibit "the group-Frans Hals museum, Haarlem, Holland
1962 – one man exhibit in Stedelijk (municipal) Museum, Amsterdam, Holland
1962 – one man exhibit in Van Abbe Museum, Eindhoven, Holland
1962 – one man exhibit Central Museum, Utrecht, Holland
1962 – participation in Premio Marzotto, group exhibition in Valdagno, Baden-Baden, Eindhoven, Londen, Paris
1962 – participation in Prix Suisse de l` Art abstraite, group exhibition in Gallerie Kasper, Lausanne
1963 – one man exhibition in Gallerie l`indice, Milano
1964 – group exhibition in Stedelijk Museum with Group Stuwing
1965 – one man exhibit in Miami Museum of Modern Art. Miami, Florida
1965 – Heijmans Hall opens in Miami Museum of Modern Art, featuring work of eduard heijmans bought by the museum
1966 – one man exhibition in Galerie Artificia, Heemstede, Holland
1967 – one man exhibition in Galerie Reiger, Utrecht ,Holland
1967 – one man exhibitionin in De Sfinx, Amsterdam, Holland
1968 – exhibition of three artists in Galerie P 337, Amsterdam, Holland
1969 – one man exhibition in Heineken Gallerie, Amsterdam, Holland
1969 – groep in De Westerhelling, Nijmegen, Holland
1969 – one man exhibit in Gallerie De Drie Haringen, Enkhuizen, Holland
1969 – group exhibit in Gallerie Podulke, painters living in the Jordaan, Amsterdam
1971 – opening Van Bommel–Van Dam Museum, Venlo, Holland (containing two “material paintings“)

Works are to be found in:
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Central Museum, Utrecht, Miami Museum of Modern Art. Private collections in Holland, Australia, Germany, Italy, (Galleria Bergamini, Milano), Curacao, New York (collection Jack Minor), Luxemburg, the D.C. Juska collection, Washington D.C.
Also a large collection of monotypes on several subjects printed on paper hand made especially for Heijmans. Four volumes of poetry are published by De Beuk, Amsterdam.

X.Y.Z tryptique (1968)

X.Y.Z tryptique