1. Doctoral students

    1. WJM Kok

      PhD degree awarded in December 2013

      1. Research summary

      2. The Thirty Sixth Series of the Next Kind of Series

        WJM Kok’s research project deals with the specific relation between the use of series in his own artistic practice over a longer period of time and Gilles Deleuze's book 'Difference and Repetition'. 

       
      1. Biography

      2. WJM Kok (1959, NL) studied at the St. Joost Academy, Breda; Academy of Art and Design, Enschede and the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. He exhibits regularly in museums, art spaces and galleries and is represented by Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam. Over the years, he has received several grants of for instance the Fonds BKVB, the Prix the Rome and the Royal Award for Painting. His work is taken up in museum as well as private collections. WJM Kok is lecturer at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam, researcher in the Department of Art Theory and Artistic Practice of the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. 

        www.galerievangelder.com

       
      1. Individual projects

        1. 2012

            1. Same same, but different
            2. 24 November 2012 – 27 January 2013
            3. Group exhibition with WJM Kok

            4. GKG, Bonn (DE)
            5. www.gkg-bonn.de
            1. Herbst Zeit Lose
            2. 25 September – 8 November 2012
            3. WJM Kok participates in the group exhibition Herbst.Zeit.Lose at the Gesellschaft für Kunst und Gestaltung. 

            4. GKG, Bonn (DE)
            5. www.gkg-bonn.de
            1. 30 Days of Peace, Love and Painting
            2. 7 July – 1 September 2012
            3. Ellen de Bruijne Projects is pleased to present a summer exhibition dedicated to contemporary painting: an experimental exhibition for the gallery (this is the first group exhibition of paintings ever made in the gallery) and one organized through lines of friendship and peer-dialogue, both in Amsterdam and internationally. With PhDArts student WJM Kok.

            4. Ellen de Bruijne Projects, Amsterdam (NL)
            5. www.edbprojects.com
            1. More than One of Each
            2. 18 February – 1 April 2012
            3. Solo exhibition of WJM Kok

            4. Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam (NL)
            5. www.galerievangelder.com
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            1. A for Artists / E for Exhibitions
            2. 3 January – 15 February 2012
            3. WJM Kok is part of the group exhibition A for Artists / E for Exhibitions Part I and II. 

            4. Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam (NL)
            5. www.galerievangelder.com
        2. 2011

            1. Vis a Vis
            2. 3 December 2011 – 21 January 2012
            3. WJM Kok particpates in the group exhibition Vis a Vis, curated by Philippe Braem. 

            4. Rossi Contemporary, Brussels (BE)
            5. www.rossicontemporary.be
            1. Plaats Delict: #5, KLEUR
            2. 1 September – 1 October 2011
            3. PhDArts student WJM Kok particpates in a group exhibition with the theme: color. 

            4. De Paraplufabriek, Nijmegen (NL)
            5. www.expoplu.nl
            1. Apogee, a compilation of solitude, ecology and recreation
            2. 6 August – 20 September 2011
            3. PhDArts student WJM Kok participates in the group exhibition APOGEE - a compilation of solitude, ecology and recreation, featuring a series of readings and musical iinterventions, a presentation of the book of the same title and an exhibition of participating artists in conjunction with nüans. 

            4. JB Jurve, Los Angeles (USA)
            5. jbjurve.com
            1. Match #3, WJM Kok / Clemens Neumann
            2. 15 May – 18 June 2011
            3. Match # 3 is the third in a series of exhibitions in K09 where a talented recently graduated artist (Clemens Neumann) from Groningen makes a show with-and in collaboration with- an artist from elsewhere (PhDArts student WJM Kok). This artist plays in this whole a coaching role. The presentation takes place in the context of talent development titled "Groningse Nieuwe ', initiated by the City of Groningen.

            4. K09, Groningen (NL)
            5. www.kunstruimte09.nl
        3. 2010

            1. Dutch Connection
            2. 12 June – 7 August 2010
            3. Group exhibition with a.o. WJM Kok

            4. Hebel 121, Basel (CH)
            5. www.hebel121.org
            1. Push Pull
            2. 20 March – 13 June 2010
            3. Exhibition by WJM Kok and Frank Mandersloot

            4. Rijksmuseum Twente, Enschede (NL)
            5. www.rijksmuseumtwente.nl
            1. The Ephemeral
            2. 9 January – 24 March 2010
            3. Group exhibition with o.a. WJM Kok

            4. Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam (NL)
            5. www.galerievangelder.com
        4. 2009

            1. Portrait de l’ártiste en motocycliste
            2. 11 October 2009 – 3 January 2010
            3. Group exhibition with a.o. WJM Kok

            4. Le Magasin CNAC, Grenoble (FR)
            5. www.magasin-cnac.org
            1. Almost Abstract
            2. 21 February – 16 May 2009
            3. Group exhibition with a.o. WJM Kok

            4. Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam (NL)
            5. www.galerievangelder.com
        5. 2008

            1. La Vie end Rond
            2. 21 June – 20 September 2008
            3. Group exhibition with a.o. WJM Kok

            4. H29, Brussels (BE)
            5. www.h29brussels.com
            1. Mudpie - Artistic research on art as art and art and life
            2. 13 – 22 June 2008
            3. Workshop organized by WJM Kok, Frank Mandersloot

            4. W139, Amsterdam (NL)
            5. www.w139.nl
            1. Clinch / Cross / Cut
            2. 3 – 8 June 2008
            3. Group exhibition with a.o. WJM Kok

            4. New Jerseyy, Basel (CH)
            5. www.newjerseyy.ch
            1. …76, 77, 78…
            2. 2 March – 6 April 2008
            3. Group exhibition with a.o. WJM Kok

            4. Kunstruimte 09, Groningen (NL)
            5. www.kunstruimte09.blogspot.com
       


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