Exhibited at select museums, solo shows and fairs.
Art Crush, Aspen Art Museum
Cornell Art Museum
Art Central Hong Kong
Art Stage Singapore
Van den Broek Foundation
Art Silicon Valley
Art Miami is one of America’s foremost contemporary and modern art fair.
New York gallery representation by Unix gallery; one of New York City's leading galleries for international emerging artists, driven by the social impact and significance of art that challenges present-day issues.
The Cornell Art Museum shows nationally and internationally recognized, contemporary artists who create innovative and provocative works of art.
Art Central is the cornerstone international art fair of Hong Kong Art Week.
Art Toronto is Canada’s premier Art Fair connecting audiences to local, national and international galleries.
Art Stage Singapore is one of asian's premier contemporary art fairs.
Commissioned for Dutch top 5 private art collection.
Texas Contemporary is Houston’s leading modern and contemporary fine art and design fair for the region's discerning collector base.
Art Silicon Valley is the West Coast spotlight for investment-quality emerging works of art.
The lie of material wealth, and our ego's addiction to instant gratification.
| Curator Review
'Arctic Indictment' (2018) (shown here) and 'Exposure' (2020) were selected for NADA Curated: Reduction to Satire (Reductio Ad Satura), an online exhibition by Fatos Ustek.
"Ellen de Meijer is on a mission to confront the stereotypes using satire as her weapon and medium of choice. She dissects the society-exposing uncomfortable truths that are routinely glossed over. Life is often viewed through the prism of peer pressure to achieve, and through social media as a means of validation.
De Meijer's characters seem to live at the pinnacle of this imaginary perfect world, yet their aloof melancholic appearances show the emptiness and unhappiness of their existence. She surrounds her protagonists with absurd power status signifier objects to enhance the irony and sarcasm of the works."
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How our way of living is harmful to ourselves, our planet and our children's future.