2022 - Zelfportret: 'Videobellen met achtergrond' nu in het Drents Museum
bij de tentoonstelling  ‘Unlimited, zelfportretten uit eigen collectie’.

Peter Hartwig, Videobellen met achtergrond

Hartwigs artistic fascination lives in the world between visual reality and illusion. His work shows an atmosphere with fragments of color; warm light, cool reflections and sometimes the presence of human figures.

An interpretation of reality.

Many sections of the paintings are rendered in a largely abstract style. When zooming in on the painting’s details, the image falls apart into abstract areas of color.

Besides autonomic paintings, Peter Hartwig made large-scale ceiling and wall paintings, on both independent and commissioned projects with companies as ING Bank and Holland America Line Cruise Ships.

Peter Hartwig - Videobellen met achtergrond - zelfportretPeter Hartwig - Torla - 2021 - 0lieverf op linnen - 100x125 cmPeter Hartwig - Ochtendlicht - 2021 - Olieverf op linnen - 50x50 cmpeterhartwig_dublin_80x140_oiloncanvaspeterhartwig_processionmalaga_100x100cm_oiloncanvas crop-u20425_2xpeterhartwig_nacional_90x120cm_oiloncanvas_2xPeter Hartwig - Thuiswerken - 2021 - olieverf op linnen - 80 x120 cmPeter Hartwig - Vallehermoso - 2021 - Olieverf op linnen - 125x100 cmpeterhartwig_paris_80x120_oiloncanvas_2xpeterhartwig_thewaitress_50x50_oilonpanel_2xpeterhartwig_grandcafe_80x160cm_oiloncanvas_bPeter Hartwig - Dienblad - 2021 - 0lieverf op linnen - 40x80 cmpeterhartwig_siesta2_80x160cm_olieverfoplinnen_2xpeterhartwig_kreta_100x100cm_oiloncanvas_2xpeterhartwig_westhighlandway_80x120cm_oiloncanvas_2xpeterhartwig_La%20Gomera_150x120_oiloncancaspeterhartwig_theyellowmenu_16x16%20cm_oilonpanel_detail

“Unlimited”, zelfportretten uit eigen collectie, Drents Museum Assen

Peter Hartwig & Mario ter Braak, Galerie Molum, Amsterdam

Minerva meets Leipzig - Drents Museum, Assen

2019 - 2020

Exchange China. Selected by International League of Fine Art Schools.
Shaanxi Province Museum, Xi'an, "6th Silk Road International Art Festival, 2019" (07-09)
Museum of Art, Qingdao (10-11)

2006 – 2018
“Realism”, Art Fair, PTA Amsterdam, Mokum Gallery
“PAN Amsterdam” and “KunstRAI Art Amsterdam”, Art Fair, Mokum Gallery

European Capital of Culture for the year 2018, Leeuwarden, NL, Frisian Gallery
Publication: “Internationale Kunst Heute – 2018”
Presented on the artfair ARTMUC in Munich

Mokum Gallery, Amsterdam, with Pedro Escalona
Art Breda, Art Fair, Breda, NL

Pushkin State Museum, Moskou, Sovjet Union: “The Magic of Dutch Realism”

Chikabee Art-Galleries, De Haan, Belgium.
Drents Museum, Assen, “Figuratie Nu”, 50 years Mokum Gallery, Amsterdam

Museum of Art, Seoul National University (MoA), South Korea
Publication: “Dutch Magic Realism: Past toward Contemporary”
Publication: “50 years Mokum Gallery”, Amsterdam

Museum “De Buitenplaats”, Eelde, NL
Museum “Henriëtte Polak””, Zutphen, NL
“Drents Museum”, Assen, NL
Publication: “Art at the UMCG”, selected works from the art collection of the University Medical Center Groningen, NL
Publication: “Het liefdevolle oog”, Museum Henriëtte Polak and ING

“Realismo Olandese”, Palazzo Leone da Perego, Legnano, Milano, Italy ING Collection Publication: “Realismo Olandese”

Hoorn-Ashby Gallery, Nantucket (USA), Mokum Gallery
ING Collection, Vlissingen, NL
Publication: “Of course Dutch Figurative Art 1970-2010”, Publisher Waanders/ING/Drents Museum

The National Arts Club, New York, “New Dutch Realism”
Evansville Museum of Art and History (USA), Mokum Gallery
Publication: “Art in the Office”, International ING Collection

Retrospective Exhibition at “Drents Museum”, Assen, NL
Publication: “Peter Hartwig, Reflections, Paintings”, Assen 2005

Born 19th of May 1963
1981-1986 Academy of Art “Minerva”, Groningen, The Netherlands.
Working together with Mokum Gallery Amsterdam,
since 1987

Peter Hartwigpeter@peterhartwig.nl
Galerie Mokumcontact@galeriemokum.com |  +31 20 62 43 958