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Robert Suermondt (Dutch, Swiss and Slovenian) was born in Geneva in 1961 to Dutch and Slovenian parents. He is now based in Brussels (BE). Robert Suermondt studied in the Media-Mixed workshops of the “Ecole Supérieure d’Art Visual” (ESAV) in Geneva (CH) from 1983 to 1988, before joining the postgraduate program at the “Rijksakademie” in Amsterdam (NL) at the painting department, from 1989 to 1992. He is regularly invited to give lectures and workshops at the renowned art school La Cambre, Brussels (BE). In 2007 he was awarded the prestigious “Meret Oppenheim Prize”, granted annually by the Swiss federal government to celebrate outstanding Swiss artists. Since 2008, he has frequently participated in exhibitions in Belgium and abroad. Among the extensive list of shows, exhibitions include a solo show called “Unlimited Basel39”, Basel (CH), in 2008; a two-person exhibition “Couper-Coller” with the English artist John Stezaker (1949, UK) at the “Centre de la photographie”, Geneva (CH), in 2013; “The Base of Venice” at the Venice Biennale, Venice (IT), in 2015 and “3 Eden”, a one year installation realized in Charleroi (BE), in 2016 .