Lilian Maren Kreutzberger

06-08-1984 - Middelburg, the Netherlands

Currently works and lives in New York


2013-2011MFA Fine Arts, Parsons New School, New York

2007-2003BFA Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Painting and Drawing, The Hague, The Netherlands

End-thesis "Demolition of the Reconstruction"


2016Jan van Eyck post Academic Institute

2015EYEBEAM, Honorary Resident spring 2015

2014ISCP, International Studio & Curatorial Program, Brooklyn, NY

2014Socrates Sculpture Park Emerging Artist Fellowship, Long Island city, NY

Berlin Collective, Brooklyn

2013Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation (ESKFF), Jersey United States (July-September)

2008Existentie Labo 5, Ghent Belgium

Solo Exhibitions

2018CINNNAMON Gallery, Whiteandgold && Blackandblue, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

2015Matteawan Gallery, solo show, Beacon

2010European Institute of Public Administration, Maastricht, The Netherlands

2007The Gallery Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Vuurdoop, The Hague, The Netherlands

Duo Exhibitions

2016Hometown Gallery, with Yasue Maetake, Brooklyn NY

2016Maurits van de Laar Gallery, with Andrea Freckmann, The Netherlands

Exhibition selection

2018Boarding Galleries, Antwerp, Belgium

2017International Painting Award, nominated, Fundacion Fondo de Cultura de Sevilla, ESP

When attitudes become Multiform, Jan van Eyck Academy, NL

2016Space as Portraiture, Gemeente Museum, NL

Circluding and other fluid exchange, Jan van Eyck, NL

2015Royal Award for Painting, Royal Palace Amsterdam, nominated

Eyebeam Auction, Postmaster Gallery, NY

Inside/Out, Seaport curated by Roddy Schrock, New York

NEWD artfair, Fresh Window, Brooklyn, NY

South Seaport, curated show by Roddy Schrock, New York

Room Service, Pop-up show, Brooklyn

Fresh Window, group exhibition, Brooklyn

485 Lorimer, Pop-up group show, Brooklyn

2014Emerging Artist Fellowship 2014, exhibition, Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens

Royal Award for Painting, Royal Palace Amsterdam, nominated

(In)Constancy of Space, Ring Gallery, Croatian Association of Artist, Zagreb

Buning Brongers, Laureaten exhibition selection of winners of the Buning Brongers Price,

Museum Henriette Polak, Zutphen, the Netherlands

Brucennial 2014, Bruce High Quality Foundation, NY

Billytown, 7 dimensions curated by Cybil Scott, the Hague

2013The Kitchen, thesis show, curators Jess Wilcox and Wendy Vogel, New York

Re:cinema, curator Ryzard Dabek, Parsons the New School Design, NY

Active Space, Brooklyn, NY

Re:cinema, curator Ryzard Dabek, Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney

Provincie Noord-Holland, the Netherlands

ArtCycle Discovers Prize, The MFA Finalists, Gallery Brooklyn, New York

Portrait New York, collaboration with Cecilie Beck Kronborg Morris and Phil Moffa,

Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, Denmark

2012Return on Invest, Stroom curator Maaike Lauwaert, the Hague, The Netherlands

Kleine zaal, de Vishal, Haarlem, The Netherlands

2011Gallery E 25 13th street, show curated by Andrea Geyer, Anthony Aziz, Simone Douglas

Gallery Ferdinand van Dieten, group show, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Gasunie fine arts price, nominated, Groningen, The Netherlands

2010With Tsjalling, group exhibition, Groningen, The Netherlands

World Expo 2010, Dutch pavilion, Shanghai, China

Bed elZE, -35/+35 Wieteke Heldens, Johan van Oord and Ingrid Rollema, The Hague, The Netherlands

Arti et Amicitiae, fictive collection of Popel Coumou, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

2009Going Dutch, Gallery Ferdinand van Dieten, New York

Royal Award for Painting, nominated, Palace on the Dam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Gallery Ferdinand van Dieten, Towards a new Amsterdam

Artipoli Art Gallery, 'In de tussentijd', with Judit Hettema, Noorden

Winners exhibition, selection of graduates, Gallery Royal Academy, the Hague, The Netherlands

2008Buning Brongers price, winner of the Buning Bronger price 2008

Artictecture, Maagdendalekapel, Oudenaarde, Belgium

Art Amsterdam, Gallery Ferdinand van Dieten - d'Eendt, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Existentie Labo 5, Gent, Belgium

2007Lineart Artfair, Ghent, Belgium

Seven Up, curated by Wim van Krimpen, former director Gemeente Museum, The Hague, The Netherlands

Uitgelicht, ABC Architecture Centre, Haarlem, The Netherlands

Royal Award for Painting, nominated, Gemeente Museum, The Hague, The Netherlands

PARAAT 3, a selection of graduates of 2007, Move Project Space & Veemvloer, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Graduation exhibition, Royal Academy of Fine Arts, The Hague, The Netherlands

Voorspel, organized by students in the final year, KPN building, The Hague, The Netherlands

Awards and Stipends

2017Fonds Kwadraat, Amsterdam

2015Rema Hort Mann Foundation, nominated (pending)

2015Mondriaan Fund, Stipendium Program for Established Artist

2014The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation, grant

2013-2011Fulbright Scholarship, sponsored by the Netherland America Foundation

2013Parsons New School University Scholarship

2012Parsons Dean’s Graduate Scholarship

2011Fonds BKVB, scholarship for MFA Fine Arts, Parsons New School, New York

2011Stroom, PRO Stroom Invest, the Hague

2011Hendrik Muller Fonds, for MFA Fine Arts, Parsons New School, New York

2011The Drawing Center, included in the viewing program

2010Fonds BKVB, startstipendium, grant offered by the Fonds BKVB (december 2010 - november 2009)

2008Buning Brongers, national price for painting 2008

2008Royal Price for Painting, winner of the Public Price 2007, The Netherlands

2008Fonds BKVB, startstipendium, grant offered by the Fonds BKVB (december 2009 - november 2007)

2007First Price Winsor & Newton, The Hague, The Netherlands

Work in collection/commissioned

· Fundraiser Eyebeam, commissioned to design the Awards for Trevor Paglen and Ayah Bdeir
  for the first Award ceremony/fundraiser for Eyebeam

· Collection Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, The Netherlands

· Caldic Collection, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

· Museum Beelden aan Zee, The Hague, The Netherlands

· Rietveld Architects (NYC), permanent artpiece for the entrance of Eisenhower Residence Building in Rijswijk, The Netherlands

· Heden, The Hague

· Kolibri Collection, The Netherlands

Selected reviews and catalogue contributions

· Metropolis M, Van Eyck Open Studios 2017, Debbie Broekers

· HP/De Tijd, Utopia according to Lilian Kreutzberger, Nick Muller (2015)

· Relapse Magazine, interview on Socrates Sculpture Park sculpture, 2014

· Invisible City, online art magazine, edition # 8 HABITAT, 2014

· DH/// Magazine, on art in the Hague by Stroom, first and third edition (2013)

· Metropolis M, Why do I do what I do, on 'Return on Invest', blog august 2012 Vincent van Velsen

· Tubelight, the art of subsidies, Marjolein van de Ven, 2012 TL #81

· Drawing Essentials by Deborah Rockman, published by Oxford University Press, 2011

· Invisible light, on the work of Lilian Kreutzberger, Philip Peters blog, 2011

· Catalogue Buning Brongers price, winner of the Buning Bronger price 2008

· Melancholic interiors and intimate 'looking ins' in the kitchen, Lennard Dorst, in Volkskrant, 12 March 2008

· Pijn en kwetsbaarheid kenmerken 7-up (Pain and vulnerability in 7-up), Coromandel Brombacher, in Spits, 13 December 2007

· Catalogue exhibition 7-up, Gemeente Museum, The Hague, The Netherlands

· Catalogue Labo 5, platform Existentie 2007, Belgium

· Catalogue exhibition 'Voorspel', The Hague, The Netherlands

Teach and Art Related Activities

2014Editor, We Are Public

2014Alumni Committee, Netherland America Fondation, member

2013Cultural Committee, Netherland America Foundation, intern, NY

2012China study trip, with Parsons, two week collaborative project

2010Workshops at high schools for non-profit organisation DASAV and the Justice Ministery

2009Cofounder of the projectspace Bed ‘elZE’, the Hague, The Netherlands

2007-2010Teaching high school students drawing and painting at the special program Art Academy, The Hague

President of the foundation for projects of graduation year at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, The Hague,

The Netherlands. [As president, I was responsible for the organization of the exhibition 'Voorspel']

Project coördinator Royal Academy & Crossing Border, The Hague, The Netherlands

2006Performance, at event organized by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, The Netherlands

Initiator, exhibition SCH.3 BK.VT, Gallery King Kong, the Hague, The Netherlands