Tim Enthoven
b. 1985
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Wall Section 2, 2020, oil acrylic and pen on linen, 140x170cm

Tim Enthoven (*1985, The Hague, The Netherlands) is a visual artist based in Amsterdam who works with painting, drawing, print, and books. He received his BA from Design Academy Eindhoven in 2010 under Anthon Beeke and proceeded to illustrate for The New York Times. In 2014 he left for the USA to pursue an MFA in Sculpture at Yale under Martin Kersels. Since then, he has been exhibiting internationally. Solo presentations include Repugnant Conclusion in Fons Welters Gallery in Amsterdam, The Netherlands and Puertas Adentro in Espacio Odeón, Bogotá, Colombia. He has participated in group shows in Abrons Art Center and SPRINGBREAK in NYC, Antenna Space in Shanghai, Loyal Gallery in Stockholm, and The Lisbon Architecture Triennale. He has received multiple awards and grants, including a Plantin Moretus Award, a Prins Bernhard Culture Fund scholarship, and a Mondriaan Fund stipend.

Structure (House), 2021 - acrylics and india ink on linen - 169 x 215 cm

Asymmetry Park, 2017
Material: gouache, fine liner and pencil on paper
200 cm x 195 cm

Asymmetry Rug, 2017, Dimensions variable Wool felt, cotton

Design for a Bookcase, 2019, pencil, gouache, pigment print and collage on coloured paper, on panel - 195 x 200 cm

4 Girls / 4 Loves (Martine, Esther, Alice, Cindy), 2012, Pen on cotton paper
160cm x 50cm; 164cm x 55cm; 160cm x 57cm; 165cm x 66cm

Tim Enthoven, Design for an A-Frame Garden Shed Garage, 2019 - pencil, pigment pen, gouache and watercolors on paper - 65 x 50 cm

Ornamental Hermit, 2016, Dimensions variable
Video projection, 7 minutes

Tim Enthoven, Mere Addition, 2019 - pencil, gouache, felt tip and watercolours on paper - 103 x 68 each

Tim Enthoven, Design for a Garden Fence Panel, 2019 - pencil, watercolours and felt tip on paper - 45 x 53,5 cm