Heere Methorst

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Herre Methorst (1955) Holland. Worked six years in Botswana and Zambia. In Gaborone and Ghanzi he worked with local artists and the Bushmen in 1990. He won a price in the National Art Gallery of Botswana for his work. In Lusaka he worked together with the Rockston group. His work is also seen on 11 postal stamps of Botswana and Zambia. From 2001 till 2013 he lived in Gouda Holland. There he won in 2006 the first price for his StreetViewArt project. Herre is one of the first artists who adopted computerart. StreetViewArt project, a never ending artwork, was conceived in 2009. It gives an artistic impression of the world captured by Google Street View. In 2013 he took part in the art Biennale of Venice at Palazzo Bembo with Personal Structures. From 2014 till 2016 he lived in Jerusalem. There he made two projects one “Devotion” about the religion lifestyle and second one “Egged” which shows you the daily live of people in the buses in and around Jerusalem. In September 2017 Herre got the first price of the jury during the Annual Dutch Art Fair in Amsterdam. There he showed his project “Temptations” about desire and passion. At the moment his lives in Serbia in he heart of artistic Beograd. His latest project is ‘Black Skin”, a reaction to the recent discussion on racism in the Netherlands.



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