Bart Lunenburg

Born in 1995, Utrecht, NL
Lives and works in Utrecht, NL

Within his multidisciplinary art practice, Bart Lunenburg explores themes related to architecture and its history, urban design, and architectural heritage. The artist approaches buildings and cities as if they have a memory of their own. Lunenburg works with photography and video, as well as with sculpture, drawing, textile, and spatial installations. Usually, these different modes of expression share a similar starting point — he often creates scale models to develop his research.

Bart Lunenburg graduated in photography from the HKU in 2017, and his work has garnered attention both in the Netherlands and abroad. Recent presentations include Atelier NŌUA (Bodø, Norway); R SPACE (Ljubljana, Slovenia); Kunsthal KAdE (Amersfoort, Netherlands); Museum Catharijneconvent (Utrecht, Netherlands); Buitenplaats Doornburgh (Maarssen, Netherlands); FOTODOK / Casco Art Institute (Utrecht, Netherlands); Garage Rotterdam (Rotterdam, Netherlands); Fotografiska (Stockholm, Sweden); R SPACE (Ljubljana, Slovenia); Museum Flehite (Amersfoort, Netherlands), P/////AKT (Amsterdam, Netherlands); Prospects at Art Rotterdam; and Unseen Photography fair.

In 2018, Bart Lunenburg was nominated for the KF Hein Stipendium, and in 2021, he was nominated for the Foam Paul Huf Award. His work is included in collections such as AMC, BPD, Bob and Renée Drake, Reyn van der Lugt, Stichting StrandLinks, and various private collections.

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