Tim Breukers
Born Breda (NL), 1985
Nationality NL

Studio business, 2014 Studio business, 2014

Tim Breukers’ work emerges where classical, technically astute sculpting clashes with humor, banality and Jurassic Park. He playfully tries to stretch the boundaries of traditional sculpture, at the same time subjecting pop cultural elements to a solemn, sculptural treatment. Breukers even manages to connect the two spaces in which he will this year present his work in a level-headed, but humorous way: 78 rolls of tape scream out: ‘fragile!’.
In his collage books Breukers searches for ways to free himself from the limitations of clay as a medium. Working on paper is a lot less labor intensive and much faster. Because paper does not take a week to dry, ideas can flow freely and ripen to later be cut out or reworked. Although the three-dimensional quality of sculpture is absent from the colorful pages, the illusionistic shapes betray a fascination with the potential of spatial objects.


2003-2007 ABV, Tilburg, NL, Docent Beeldende Kunst en Vormgeving

2013-2014 Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam, NL
2012 Beeldenstorm, Eindhoven, NL
2011 Europees Keramisch Werk Centrum, Den Bosch, NL

2014 BIL, Leiden, NL
2014 Van der Weghe, Antwerpen, BE
2014 Ton de boer op locatie, Hilversum, NL 'Gasten van de familie Bolink'
2014 Fontys Hogeschool voor de Kunsten, Tilburg, NL
2013 WARP, Sint-Niklaas, BE, Coup de Ville 'attracted by another level'
2013 University Pécs, HU, 'Museum Le Secet'
2013 Unfair, Amsterdam, NL
2013 Zwevegem, BE, 'Transfo-klei'
2012 Walden, Den Haag, NL
2012 Parterretrap, Den Haag, NL, 'WAT's up'
2011 Stedelijk Museum s'Hertogenbosch, NL, 'Nieuwe aankopen'
2011 Onomatopee, Eindhoven, NL, 'Krak' Dutch Design Week
2011 Anningahof, Zwolle, NL
2011 Terra, Delft, NL
2011-2014 Shaanxi, Heilongjiang, Changchun, Zhongshan, CN, Tallinn, EE, Qu-art, BE, 'Sculpture Army'

Teaching activities
2010-2014 KABK, Den Haag, NL, School voor Jong Talent
2011 AKV Sint Joost, Den Bosch, NL, Guest lecturer
2011 ABV, Tilburg, NL, Guest lecturer

Stedelijk Museum Den Bosch, NL
Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken, NL