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As any-media artist I live on the cutting edge of art, media and idealism. In my opinion, art offers an inexhaustible resource of communication possibilities. Therefore I experience an immense freedom of creativity, which causes me to find great challenges in rendering new combinations of media and points of view, and exploring the possibilities of communication and their effect on audiences and spectators.

Working and traveling in Africa and South America awakened my deep respect for indigenous cultures, life and the entire organism of living nature, of which we all are part. Adding to this, I’ve been extremely lucky to have found a deeper understanding of the inner beauty of life and our connectedness with ‘all’, thanks to several powerful shamanic and entheogenic practices from the Amazon rainforest and the amazing Bwiti cult of Gabon.

There’s no doubt that much of my work is influenced by the impressions I’ve got from these wonderful people, my travels and experiences. I hope to express a glimpse of this through my art and bring it into your consciousness.

On this site my recent projects, examples of my work and upcoming events. And of course you have the possibility to buy my
works of art.

And please check my project:
8 Visions of Hope; where art meets the UN Millennium Development Goals’.


Rini Hartman, 2010
The Netherlands

rini [ at ] rinihartman [ dot ] nl

+31 (0)6 444 38 718




 

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The most important things
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‘His inspired work testifies his strong belief in the power of art to challenge society's deepest assumptions and spark new ideas.’
UNESCO, Paris



some solo exhibitionS


2009

Museum of the
National Bank of Belgium
Brussels, Belgium


Kragerø Bedehus

Kragerø, Norway


UNESCO Headquarters

Paris, France


De Baak - Driebergen,
The Netherlands


2008
RAI - Amsterdam




Group exhibition


2010

Gallery Weesperzijde

Amsterdam



Projects


The Yawanawa’s


Money’s Illusion


8 Visions of Hope

RainFlourish

Art for Social Change

OIL; at What Cost?