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Peter Hoogeboom

Reminiscent of ethnographic neckpieces as well as Elizabethan ruffs, Hoogeboom’s dense yet lightweight works conform comfortably to the body, yet also present cogent aesthetic statement when not worn. An artist of international stature, Hoogeboom has been nominated for twelve awards from countries as far reaching as Italy, Belgium, Australia, and New Zealand. He is the recipient of the New Traditional Jewellery Award (The Netherlands, 2007); Art in Miniature Award – First Prize Category, Jewellery Design (Serbia, 2010); as well as The Netherlands Foundation for Visual Arts, Design and Architecture grant (2009); His work has been included in countless solo and group exhibitions worldwide, including the lauded traveling exhibition, Un Peu de Terre sur la Peau, Bijoux Contemporains en Céramique. Hoogeboom is represented in the collections of museums worldwide including the Museum of Arts and Design, New York; SM’s Stedelijk Museum ‘s-Hertogenbosch in The Netherlands,  Rijksmuseum,  Amsterdam and the  Museum of Modern Art, Arnhem. 

Reminiscent of ethnographic neckpieces as well as Elizabethan ruffs, Hoogeboom’s dense yet lightweight works conform comfortably to the body, yet also present cogent aesthetic statement when not worn. An artist of international stature, Hoogeboom has been nominated for twelve awards from countries as far reaching as Italy, Belgium, Australia, and New Zealand. He is the recipient of the New Traditional Jewellery Award (The Netherlands, 2007); Art in Miniature Award – First Prize Category, Jewellery Design (Serbia, 2010); as well as The Netherlands Foundation for Visual Arts, Design and Architecture grant (2009); His work has been included in countless solo and group exhibitions worldwide, including the lauded traveling exhibition, Un Peu de Terre sur la Peau, Bijoux Contemporains en Céramique. Hoogeboom is represented in the collections of museums worldwide including the Museum of Arts and Design, New York; SM’s Stedelijk Museum ‘s-Hertogenbosch in The Netherlands,  Rijksmuseum,  Amsterdam and the  Museum of Modern Art, Arnhem. 

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