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  • Installation View of “Into Time” (series), 2018, Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions: Mapping the Invisible, Tokyo Photographic (TOP) Art Museum

  • Installation View of “Into Time” (series), 2018, Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions: Mapping the Invisible, Tokyo Photographic (TOP) Art Museum

  • Installation View of “Abstract Browsing,” 2018, Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions: Mapping the Invisible, Tokyo Photographic (TOP) Art Museum

  • Installation view from “Rafaël Rozendaal: Generosity,” 2018, Towada Art Center, Japan

  • Installation view from “Rafaël Rozendaal: Generosity,” 2018, Towada Art Center, Japan

  • Installation view from “Rafaël Rozendaal: Generosity,” 2018, Towada Art Center, Japan

  • Installation view from “Abstract Browsing,” 2018, Towada Art Center, Japan

  • Installation view of “Abstract Browsing” (Tapestries Series), 2018, Towada Art Center, Japan

  • Installation view from “RR Haiku” (series), 2018, Installation view, Towada Art Center, Japan

  • “RR Haiku 061,” 2018, Installation view, The Chain Museum at Towada Art Center

  • “Abstract Browsing 17 01 06 (Reddit),” 2017, Tapestry, H 200 x W 144 cm

  • “Abstract Browsing 17 01 05 (Twitter),” 2017, Tapestry, H 200 x W 144 cm

  • Installation view from “External Memory,” 2014, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam

  • Installation view from “External Memory,” 2014, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam

  • “Into Time 13 08 14,” 2013, Lenticular painting, Mounted and Framed, Unique, 36 x 48 inches

  • “Into Time 13 08 16,” 2013, Lenticular painting, Mounted and Framed, Unique, 36 x 48 inches

  • Installation view from “Everything You See Is In The Past,” 2013, Postmasters Gallery, New York

  • Installation view from “Illuminating Graphics,” 2013, Creation Gallery G8, Tokyo, Photo by Kiichiro Miyamoto

  • Installation view from “Illuminating Graphics,” 2013, Creation Gallery G8, Tokyo, Photo by Kiichiro Miyamoto

  • Installation view from “Illuminating Graphics,” 2013, Creation Gallery G8, Tokyo, Photo by Kiichiro Miyamoto

  • “Into Time 13 10 24,” 2013, Lenticular painting, Mounted and Framed, Unique, 36 x 48 inches

  • “Into Time with mirrors,” 2012, Mirrors, Computers, Projectors, Museu Imagem e Sol, São Paulo

  • “Without Hesitation,” 2012, Interactive art installation, Tokyo

  • Installation view from “I’m Good,” 2010, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo

  • Installation view from “I’m Good,” 2010, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo

  • “http://www.fromthedarkpast.com,” 2009, Website, Unique

  • “http://www.hybridmoment.com,” 2009, Website, Unique

  • “http://www.muchbetterthanthis.com,” 2006, The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

Profile

Rafaël Rozendaal
A pioneer of the net art scene, Rozendaal (b. 1980) is a Dutch-Brazilian artist who uses the internet as both his studio and his canvas.

While he initially gained global prominence from his websites, Rozendaal has creatively utilized the internet—“the universal library”—to transcend these digital works into the physical world, be it his lenticular paintings, tapestries, and web installations.

In 2018, Rozendaal held his first solo museum exhibition GENEROSITY at Towada Art Center in Aomori Prefecture, Japan. Other recent major exhibitions include, among others, the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (USA), Centre Pompidou, Paris (FR), Dordrechts Museum (NL), Kunsthal Rotterdam (NL), Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (NL), and Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (USA).
Publications include Home Alone (Three Star Books) and Everything, Always, Everywhere (Valiz).

Awards

Solo Exhibitions

2021 Calm, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
Permanent Distraction, Site Gallery, Sheffield
Mechanical Paintings, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam
2020 Websites, Site Gallery, Sheffield
Shadow Objects Sculpture Park, Virtual Art Book Fair (Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo), Tokyo
2019 Discrete Objects, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam
Double Pressure, Centraal Museum, Utrecht
Nervous, Postmasters Gallery, Rome
Don't do too much, Postmasters Gallery, New York
2018 Generosity, Towada Art Center, Aomori
Portraits, Steve Turner, Los Angeles
2017 Anti Social, Postmasters Gallery, New York
Convenient, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2016 Complex Computational Compositions, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam
Abstract Browsing, Steve Turner, Los Angeles
Somewhere, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2015 Soft Focus, MU artspace, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Haiku, Postmasters Gallery, New York
Time Square Midnight Moment, New York
On And On, Carl Kostyál, Stockholm
2014 Almost Nothing, Hardly Anything, Steve Turner, Los Angeles
External Memory, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam
Seoul Art Square, Seoul, South Korea
2013 Everything You See Is In The Past, Postmasters Gallery, New York
2012 Everything Dies, Curated by Vlado Velkov, Kunstverein Arnsberg, Germany
In and Out, Tetem, The Netherlands
Into Time, Museu da Imagem e do Som (MIS), São Paulo
Everything Always Everywhere, Steve Turner, Los Angeles
The Biggest Kiss in the World, Seoul Square, Seoul, South Korea
Without Hesitation, Tabloid, Tokyo
2011 New Information, Nordin Gallery, Stockholm
In Motion, Curated by Jiminie Ha, With Project Space, NYC
The Shift, Curated by Tim Voss, W139, Amsterdam
To Walk The Night, Gloria Maria Gallery, Milan
2010 Thank You Very Much, Future Gallery, Berlin
Perfect Vacuum, Curated by Johanna Bergmark, Galeri Pictura, Sweden
Yes For Sure, Curated by Petra Heck, NIMk, Amsterdam
Broken Self, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York
Volta Art Fair, New York
I’m Good, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2009 Really Really Big, NP3, Groningen
2007 Flaming Log, Carmelitas Gallery, Barcelona
Piece by Piece, Curated by Marti Peran, Galeria dels Angels, Barcelona
2006 SMCS op 11, Curated by Jelle Bouwhuis, Amsterdam
2005 Neen Season, Sketch, London
2004 It Will Never be the Same, Quarantine, Amsterdam
New Rafael, M+R Gallery, London
2002 White Trash, Electronic Orphanage, Los Angeles

Group Exhibition

2022 Observation, Navy’s Officer’s Club - Venice Meeting Point, Venice
Shuhei Ise, Enrico Isamu Oyama, Mayumi Hosokura, Rafaël Rozendaal, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2021-2022 Histoires d'abstraction, le cauchemar de Greenberg, Foundation d'enterprise Pernod Ricard, Paris
La realtà, i linguaggi, Galleria Enrico Astuni, Bologna
Group Show: 6 Artists, Mitsukoshi Contemporary Gallery, Tokyo
2021 Special feature exhibition | Kenjiro Okazaki, Enrico Isamu Oyama, Rafaël Rozendaal, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2020 Good Pictures, curated by Austin Lee, Deitch Gallery, New York
Quiet, Calm, Staring, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam (curator)
Cultural Matter, LIMA, Amsterdam
2019 Trouble in Paradise, collection Rattan Chadha, Kunsthal, Rotterdam
Special feature exhibition: Mai Yamashita+Naoto Kobayashi, Rafaël Rozendaal, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
Drawing: Manner | Kenjiro Okazaki, Enrico Isamu Oyama, Aya Kawato, Hideki Makiguchi, Goro Murayama, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
Freedom of Movement, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
TSCA Collection | Foresights and Flow, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2018 Programmed: Rules, Codes, and Choreographies in Art, 1965–2018, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Freedom of Movement: Municipal Art Acquisitions, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
The Most Contemporary Painting Show, Dordrecht Museum, The Netherlands
Mapping the Invisible, International Festival for Arts & Alternative Visions, TOP Museum, Japan
Colour & Abstraction: Generations in Dialogue, Textile Museum, The Netherlands
2017 Stedelijk Base, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
Choice and Chance, Eye Film Museum, Amsterdam
Art from the Hugo Brown Family Collection, Kunsthal, Rotterdam
Sleep Mode: The Art of the Screensaver, Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam
Kenpoku Art Festival, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
Hello Robot, Vitra Museum, Germany
Cubicles, Foam Museum, Amsterdam
Popular Screen Sizes, Japan Creative Centre (JCC), Singapore
Insomnia, Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm
2016 Kenpoku Art Festival, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
BYOB, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
Doings & Knots, Tallin Art Hall, Estonia
Dialogue with Something Invisible, Artium, Japan
New Gameplay, Nam June Paik Art Center, Seoul
Digital Abstraction, HeK (House of Electronic Arts Basel), Basel, Switzerland
Unknown Landscape, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam
2015 STRP Biennial, The Netherlands
Much Better Than This, Time Square New York
2014 Born Digital, Stedelijk Museum Breda, The Netherlands
The Moving Museum, Istanbul
Selected Websites, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
Liquid Crystal Palace: Recent Works with Jeremy Blake, Honor Fraser Gallery, Los Angeles
lluminating Graphics, Creation Gallery G8, Tokyo
Looking at Something, Telfair Museum, Savannah, Georgia, US
2013 Paddles On!, Curated by Lindsay Howard, Phillips, New York
BYOB Mobile, Printed Matter, New York
Being in the Wired World, Kawasaki City Museum, Japan
Cold Void, KK Outlet, Los Angeles
6 Websites, Arranged by Mark Brown, Salon94 Bowery, New York
Book Machine, Centre Pompidou, Paris
Node Festival, Kunstverein Frankfurt, Germany
#FutureMyth, 319 Scholes, New York
Brand Innovations, Carroll/Fletcher, London
Notes on a New Nature, Art et Amicitae, Amsterdam
2012 Nova, Museu da Imagem e do Som (MIS), São Paulo
DLD Conference, Curated by Johannes Fricke & Hans Ulrich Obrist, Germany
2011 BYOB: Games, Curated by Paul Slocum, Postmasters Gallery, New York
Extimacy, Curated by Pier Giorgio De Pinto, CACT, Lugano, Switzerland
BYOB Amsterdam, W139, Amsterdam
BYOB Tokyo, Curated by Yosuke Kurita, Tokyo
BYOB Venezia, Venice Biennial, Italy
File Festival, Rio de Janeiro
Rhizome at the Armory, Curated by Lauren Cornell, New York
BYOB Paris, Curated by Nicolas Maigret, Paris
BYOB London, Curated by Kernel, London
Rojo Nova Festival, Curated by David Quiles Guilló, Rio de Janeiro
DLD Conference, Curated by Johannes Fricke, Munich, Germany
2010 Speedshow/PeepShow, Curated by Hitomi Hasegawa, Hong Kong
BYOB NYC, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York
Bal Jaune Ricard, Curated by Claire Staebler, Paris
BYOB Athens, Curated by Angelo Plessas, Kunsthalle Athena, Greece
Speedshow, Curated by Aram Bartholl, Amsterdam
Happy is a Place, Curated by Violeta Solís Horcasitas, Mexico City
Taipei Art Fair with Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Taiwan
BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer), Curated by Anne de Vries, Berlin
Binary Code View, The Agency, London
Kunsthalle Athena, Curated by Marina Fokidis, Athens
Multiplex, Curated by Vvork, Munich
Preferiría (si) Hacerlo, Bogota, Colombia
Texture Maps, Curated by Eelco van der Lingen, Nest, The Hague, The Netherlands
Circa Art Fair, Preteen Gallery, Puerto Rico
Better Brain: Projected Manifestations of Futurity, Future Gallery, Berlin
Don’t worry, Be Happy!, Curated by Gerben Willers, MAMA (Media of Moving Art), Rotterdam
2009 The Last Session, Curated by Jan van Woensel, Amsterdam
AFK Sculpture Park (Away from Keyboard), Curated by aids-3D, Berlin
Afficha Festival, Curated by Roman Mazurenko, Moscow
Biennale di Venezia, Padiglione Internet, Curated by Miltos Manetas and Jan Aman, Venice
The New Easy, Curated by Lars Eijssen, Art News, Berlin
Are you sure you are you?, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, NYC
101 Art Fair Project Room, Curated by Kosuke Fujitaka, Tokyo
Straylight Cavern, Cell Project Space, London
The Real Thing, MU artspace, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
2008 Love Delirium, Kunstraum Niederoesterreich, Vienna
FILE, São Paolo, Brazil
Rhizome Commissions, New Museum, New York
Point of No Return, Curated by Caroline Hancock, Rubicon Gallery, Dublin
The Long Cigarette, 11, Amsterdam
Webcra.sh, Curated by Jodi, Pictura, Dordrecht
2007 Dazed & Confused vs. Andy Warhol, Curated by Jerome Sans, Baltic Mill, England
Existential Computing, Hayward Gallery, London
Much Better Than This, Horsecross, Perth
2006 Neen Evening, Amsterdam
Unlike the Rest, Liquid Room, Tokyo
Neen Demo, Curated by Angelo Plessas", Benaki Museum, Athens
KunstRAI Art Fair, GMVZ, Amsterdam
Superneen, Galleria Pack, Milan
ARCO with Galeria Dels Angels, Madrid, Spain
Inside Out, fondsbkvb, Amsterdam
2005 Loop of Neen, Loop Festival, Barcelona
Bienal de Valencia, Curated by Franck Gautherot and Seung-duk Kim, Spain
Sonar Festival, Barcelona
It Will Never be the Same, Curated by Claude Closky, Le Magasin, Grenoble, France
2004 Neen Porn, Galeria dels Angels, Barcelona
New Masters of Universe, Curated by Wonil Rhee, Moca Taipei, Taiwan
NeenToday, MU art foundation, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
I am Very Very Sorry, Gallery MVZ, Amsterdam
2002 Afterneen, casco, Utrecht, The Netherlands
Neen World, Vilette Numerique, Paris
WhitneyBiennial.com, New York
2001 Biennale.net, Deitch Projects, New York
Tirana Biennale, Tirana, Albania

Publication

2020 "HOME ALONE", Three Star Books, France
2019 "haiku book 2018" (Spheres Publication, London)
"Everything, Always, Everywhere (my first monograph)" (Valiz, Amsterdam)
2016 "haiku book 2016" (Idea Books, Amsterdam)
"Abstract Browsing" (The Printed Web, New York)

Collection

Others

Profile

Rafaël Rozendaal
A pioneer of the net art scene, Rozendaal (b. 1980) is a Dutch-Brazilian artist who uses the internet as both his studio and his canvas.

While he initially gained global prominence from his websites, Rozendaal has creatively utilized the internet—“the universal library”—to transcend these digital works into the physical world, be it his lenticular paintings, tapestries, and web installations.

In 2018, Rozendaal held his first solo museum exhibition GENEROSITY at Towada Art Center in Aomori Prefecture, Japan. Other recent major exhibitions include, among others, the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (USA), Centre Pompidou, Paris (FR), Dordrechts Museum (NL), Kunsthal Rotterdam (NL), Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (NL), and Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (USA).
Publications include Home Alone (Three Star Books) and Everything, Always, Everywhere (Valiz).

Awards

Solo Exhibitions

2021 Calm, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
Permanent Distraction, Site Gallery, Sheffield
Mechanical Paintings, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam
2020 Websites, Site Gallery, Sheffield
Shadow Objects Sculpture Park, Virtual Art Book Fair (Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo), Tokyo
2019 Discrete Objects, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam
Double Pressure, Centraal Museum, Utrecht
Nervous, Postmasters Gallery, Rome
Don't do too much, Postmasters Gallery, New York
2018 Generosity, Towada Art Center, Aomori
Portraits, Steve Turner, Los Angeles
2017 Anti Social, Postmasters Gallery, New York
Convenient, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2016 Complex Computational Compositions, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam
Abstract Browsing, Steve Turner, Los Angeles
Somewhere, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2015 Soft Focus, MU artspace, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Haiku, Postmasters Gallery, New York
Time Square Midnight Moment, New York
On And On, Carl Kostyál, Stockholm
2014 Almost Nothing, Hardly Anything, Steve Turner, Los Angeles
External Memory, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam
Seoul Art Square, Seoul, South Korea
2013 Everything You See Is In The Past, Postmasters Gallery, New York
2012 Everything Dies, Curated by Vlado Velkov, Kunstverein Arnsberg, Germany
In and Out, Tetem, The Netherlands
Into Time, Museu da Imagem e do Som (MIS), São Paulo
Everything Always Everywhere, Steve Turner, Los Angeles
The Biggest Kiss in the World, Seoul Square, Seoul, South Korea
Without Hesitation, Tabloid, Tokyo
2011 New Information, Nordin Gallery, Stockholm
In Motion, Curated by Jiminie Ha, With Project Space, NYC
The Shift, Curated by Tim Voss, W139, Amsterdam
To Walk The Night, Gloria Maria Gallery, Milan
2010 Thank You Very Much, Future Gallery, Berlin
Perfect Vacuum, Curated by Johanna Bergmark, Galeri Pictura, Sweden
Yes For Sure, Curated by Petra Heck, NIMk, Amsterdam
Broken Self, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York
Volta Art Fair, New York
I’m Good, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2009 Really Really Big, NP3, Groningen
2007 Flaming Log, Carmelitas Gallery, Barcelona
Piece by Piece, Curated by Marti Peran, Galeria dels Angels, Barcelona
2006 SMCS op 11, Curated by Jelle Bouwhuis, Amsterdam
2005 Neen Season, Sketch, London
2004 It Will Never be the Same, Quarantine, Amsterdam
New Rafael, M+R Gallery, London
2002 White Trash, Electronic Orphanage, Los Angeles

Group Exhibition

2022 Observation, Navy’s Officer’s Club - Venice Meeting Point, Venice
Shuhei Ise, Enrico Isamu Oyama, Mayumi Hosokura, Rafaël Rozendaal, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2021-2022 Histoires d'abstraction, le cauchemar de Greenberg, Foundation d'enterprise Pernod Ricard, Paris
La realtà, i linguaggi, Galleria Enrico Astuni, Bologna
Group Show: 6 Artists, Mitsukoshi Contemporary Gallery, Tokyo
2021 Special feature exhibition | Kenjiro Okazaki, Enrico Isamu Oyama, Rafaël Rozendaal, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2020 Good Pictures, curated by Austin Lee, Deitch Gallery, New York
Quiet, Calm, Staring, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam (curator)
Cultural Matter, LIMA, Amsterdam
2019 Trouble in Paradise, collection Rattan Chadha, Kunsthal, Rotterdam
Special feature exhibition: Mai Yamashita+Naoto Kobayashi, Rafaël Rozendaal, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
Drawing: Manner | Kenjiro Okazaki, Enrico Isamu Oyama, Aya Kawato, Hideki Makiguchi, Goro Murayama, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
Freedom of Movement, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
TSCA Collection | Foresights and Flow, Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2018 Programmed: Rules, Codes, and Choreographies in Art, 1965–2018, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Freedom of Movement: Municipal Art Acquisitions, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
The Most Contemporary Painting Show, Dordrecht Museum, The Netherlands
Mapping the Invisible, International Festival for Arts & Alternative Visions, TOP Museum, Japan
Colour & Abstraction: Generations in Dialogue, Textile Museum, The Netherlands
2017 Stedelijk Base, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
Choice and Chance, Eye Film Museum, Amsterdam
Art from the Hugo Brown Family Collection, Kunsthal, Rotterdam
Sleep Mode: The Art of the Screensaver, Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam
Kenpoku Art Festival, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
Hello Robot, Vitra Museum, Germany
Cubicles, Foam Museum, Amsterdam
Popular Screen Sizes, Japan Creative Centre (JCC), Singapore
Insomnia, Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm
2016 Kenpoku Art Festival, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
BYOB, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
Doings & Knots, Tallin Art Hall, Estonia
Dialogue with Something Invisible, Artium, Japan
New Gameplay, Nam June Paik Art Center, Seoul
Digital Abstraction, HeK (House of Electronic Arts Basel), Basel, Switzerland
Unknown Landscape, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam
2015 STRP Biennial, The Netherlands
Much Better Than This, Time Square New York
2014 Born Digital, Stedelijk Museum Breda, The Netherlands
The Moving Museum, Istanbul
Selected Websites, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
Liquid Crystal Palace: Recent Works with Jeremy Blake, Honor Fraser Gallery, Los Angeles
lluminating Graphics, Creation Gallery G8, Tokyo
Looking at Something, Telfair Museum, Savannah, Georgia, US
2013 Paddles On!, Curated by Lindsay Howard, Phillips, New York
BYOB Mobile, Printed Matter, New York
Being in the Wired World, Kawasaki City Museum, Japan
Cold Void, KK Outlet, Los Angeles
6 Websites, Arranged by Mark Brown, Salon94 Bowery, New York
Book Machine, Centre Pompidou, Paris
Node Festival, Kunstverein Frankfurt, Germany
#FutureMyth, 319 Scholes, New York
Brand Innovations, Carroll/Fletcher, London
Notes on a New Nature, Art et Amicitae, Amsterdam
2012 Nova, Museu da Imagem e do Som (MIS), São Paulo
DLD Conference, Curated by Johannes Fricke & Hans Ulrich Obrist, Germany
2011 BYOB: Games, Curated by Paul Slocum, Postmasters Gallery, New York
Extimacy, Curated by Pier Giorgio De Pinto, CACT, Lugano, Switzerland
BYOB Amsterdam, W139, Amsterdam
BYOB Tokyo, Curated by Yosuke Kurita, Tokyo
BYOB Venezia, Venice Biennial, Italy
File Festival, Rio de Janeiro
Rhizome at the Armory, Curated by Lauren Cornell, New York
BYOB Paris, Curated by Nicolas Maigret, Paris
BYOB London, Curated by Kernel, London
Rojo Nova Festival, Curated by David Quiles Guilló, Rio de Janeiro
DLD Conference, Curated by Johannes Fricke, Munich, Germany
2010 Speedshow/PeepShow, Curated by Hitomi Hasegawa, Hong Kong
BYOB NYC, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York
Bal Jaune Ricard, Curated by Claire Staebler, Paris
BYOB Athens, Curated by Angelo Plessas, Kunsthalle Athena, Greece
Speedshow, Curated by Aram Bartholl, Amsterdam
Happy is a Place, Curated by Violeta Solís Horcasitas, Mexico City
Taipei Art Fair with Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Taiwan
BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer), Curated by Anne de Vries, Berlin
Binary Code View, The Agency, London
Kunsthalle Athena, Curated by Marina Fokidis, Athens
Multiplex, Curated by Vvork, Munich
Preferiría (si) Hacerlo, Bogota, Colombia
Texture Maps, Curated by Eelco van der Lingen, Nest, The Hague, The Netherlands
Circa Art Fair, Preteen Gallery, Puerto Rico
Better Brain: Projected Manifestations of Futurity, Future Gallery, Berlin
Don’t worry, Be Happy!, Curated by Gerben Willers, MAMA (Media of Moving Art), Rotterdam
2009 The Last Session, Curated by Jan van Woensel, Amsterdam
AFK Sculpture Park (Away from Keyboard), Curated by aids-3D, Berlin
Afficha Festival, Curated by Roman Mazurenko, Moscow
Biennale di Venezia, Padiglione Internet, Curated by Miltos Manetas and Jan Aman, Venice
The New Easy, Curated by Lars Eijssen, Art News, Berlin
Are you sure you are you?, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, NYC
101 Art Fair Project Room, Curated by Kosuke Fujitaka, Tokyo
Straylight Cavern, Cell Project Space, London
The Real Thing, MU artspace, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
2008 Love Delirium, Kunstraum Niederoesterreich, Vienna
FILE, São Paolo, Brazil
Rhizome Commissions, New Museum, New York
Point of No Return, Curated by Caroline Hancock, Rubicon Gallery, Dublin
The Long Cigarette, 11, Amsterdam
Webcra.sh, Curated by Jodi, Pictura, Dordrecht
2007 Dazed & Confused vs. Andy Warhol, Curated by Jerome Sans, Baltic Mill, England
Existential Computing, Hayward Gallery, London
Much Better Than This, Horsecross, Perth
2006 Neen Evening, Amsterdam
Unlike the Rest, Liquid Room, Tokyo
Neen Demo, Curated by Angelo Plessas", Benaki Museum, Athens
KunstRAI Art Fair, GMVZ, Amsterdam
Superneen, Galleria Pack, Milan
ARCO with Galeria Dels Angels, Madrid, Spain
Inside Out, fondsbkvb, Amsterdam
2005 Loop of Neen, Loop Festival, Barcelona
Bienal de Valencia, Curated by Franck Gautherot and Seung-duk Kim, Spain
Sonar Festival, Barcelona
It Will Never be the Same, Curated by Claude Closky, Le Magasin, Grenoble, France
2004 Neen Porn, Galeria dels Angels, Barcelona
New Masters of Universe, Curated by Wonil Rhee, Moca Taipei, Taiwan
NeenToday, MU art foundation, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
I am Very Very Sorry, Gallery MVZ, Amsterdam
2002 Afterneen, casco, Utrecht, The Netherlands
Neen World, Vilette Numerique, Paris
WhitneyBiennial.com, New York
2001 Biennale.net, Deitch Projects, New York
Tirana Biennale, Tirana, Albania

Publication

2020 "HOME ALONE", Three Star Books, France
2019 "haiku book 2018" (Spheres Publication, London)
"Everything, Always, Everywhere (my first monograph)" (Valiz, Amsterdam)
2016 "haiku book 2016" (Idea Books, Amsterdam)
"Abstract Browsing" (The Printed Web, New York)

Collection

Others

Rafaël Rozendaal: Solo Exhibition "GENEROSITY" at Towada Art Center (Aomori, Japan)/ Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions 2018 "Mapping the Invisible"

"KENPOKU ART 2016"

Rafaël Rozendaal solo exhibition “On And On” at Carl Kostyál Gallery, Stockholm

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      Rafaël Rozendaal : "Liquid Crystal Palace: Recent Works with Jeremy Blake" Honor Fraser Gallery

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        Rafaël Rozendaal : "Illuminating Graphics" CREATION GALLERY G8

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        Rafaël Rozendaal : a group show in Japan

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        Rafaël Rozendaal : "If no yes" Vacant, Tokyo

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          Rafaël Rozendaal : "Decenter" the Centenary of the 1913 Armory Show

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