Maaike Anne Stevens (NL) is a visual artist based between Amsterdam (NL) and London (UK). She received a BSC/MSC Industrial Design Engineering at the TU Delft (2005) before going on to complete a BFA at Central St.Martins College of Art and Design (2008) and an MFA Fine Arts at Goldsmiths College (2012).
Past exhibitions include group shows at The Jerwood Space (London), Vitrine Gallery (London), The Art Gallery of Alberta (Edmonton), and the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo (Santiago). She had solo shows at the Acme Project Space (London), the Whitechapel Idea Store (London), Artpocalypse Collective (Amsterdam) and most recently at Galería Tajamar (Santiago). In 2017 she completed a permanent sculpture for the facade of 26-32 Oxford Street in London, as part of a commission for Esa Architects and Westminster City Council. Maaike was twice shortlisted for the Jerwood Drawing Prize and has executed works with Jealous Gallery London and the London Print Studio, both as part of recent graduate awards. She was part of the Catlin Guide 2013 ‘introducing the 40 most promising new graduate artists in the UK’. Residencies include work periods at the Banff Centre (Canada), Arquetopia, Puebla (Mexico), Atelier Austmarka (Norway) and Tiznit (Morocco) with Slow Research Lab. Her work is part of the Victoria & Albert Museum permanent collection.