Marijke de Goey Rake Lijnen

With great pleasure Bergarde Galleries presents its first solo exhibition in her new gallery space. Rake Lijnen will be opened by Neelie Kroes.

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About the exhibition

Rake Lijnen is a cross-section of the work of “illusionist”, jewelry designer and environmental artist Marijke de Goey (Utrecht 1947). Paintings, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry and light art show the versatility of the renowned artist. De Goey is known from several large scale projects in public space, including the helderblauwe waterdruppel along the A12 in Ede.

Bergarde offers a large number of works for its first sale. Large pieces are present as the ceramic installation New York / My City and the outdoor sculpture Jumping Cubes. Smaller three-dimensional art objects as for example from the series Tango Dancers and jewelry are also exposed.

Publication/ Rake lijnen, with an introduction by Corrie van der Veen, curator Aegon Art Collection.

About Marijke de Goey

Marijke de Goey studies at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam between 1974 and 1979. Her work is multidisciplinary, from large sculpture in public space to fine jewelry. De Goey designed the fabric of the trainseats for the Dutch Railways (NS), bridges and squares. She shows her work in the Netherlands and far beyond. She won multiple prices for her work.


For the exhitibion, Bergarde Galleries published the catalogue Marijke de Goey, Rake Lijnen. With an introduction by Corrie van der Veen, curator of the Aegon Art Collection (sold out).

In our webshop you find two publications by the artist: Heartline (2001) and Tender Lines (2006).

Bergarde Collectie

Several works by Marijke are purchased for the Bergarde Collection. In front of the gallery you find the blue Jumping Cubes. In the Bergarde Stable Dragonfly is on view.