Lily van der Stokker

Lily van der Stokker (b. 1954 The Netherlands, lives and works between Amsterdam and New York)  has exhibited extensively in both Europe and the U.S.  Her most recent exhibitions include The Green Checkered House, Beaufort Triennial 2015; Hammer Projects: Lily van der Stokker at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles;  Sorry, Same Wall Painting at The New Museum, New York; Terrible at the Museum Boijmans, Rotterdam; To The Wall with David Shrigley at the Aspen Art Museum; and Plug In #52 with Jim Iserman at the Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum in Eindoven. She is the subject of It Doesn’t Mean Anything, But It Looks Good, published on the occasion of her exhibition No Big Deal Thing at the Tate St. Ives in Cornwall. Van der Stokker has been commissioned to produce numerous public works, including Kalm nou maar…(Don’t Worry), Rotterdam (2013); Celestial Teapot, Utrecht, Netherlands (2013), and The Pink Building, Hannover (2000).  In 2018 she will have a solo exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.