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“.. Eveline Kieskamp (Bennekom, 1977) displays a slightly morbid sense of beauty. She brings her historicizing images to our times by employing alienation and a restrained form of excess. This creates a fairytale-like contemporary surrealism that appears seductive and at the same time has something unapproachable. Her sculptures of often young women have, precisely because of their intransigence, something vulnerable that is not so much visible on the surface, but gives the image charge from within.” 
- Alex de Vries, Mister Motley -


International Ceramic festival, Mino, Japan, oktober 2024  ->

Selected for The International Ceramic Festival, Mino, Japan  ->

Solo exhibition ACEC Apeldoorn, may/june 2024  ->

Groupexhibition house of province, Arnhem, may/june 2024

Groupexhibition KunstOer, Winterswijk, june 2024

Article in Mister Motley door Alex de Vries

Nominated Young Master Mailys Grand Ceramic Prize, London, UK

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