Martine Johanna is a Dutch-born female artist who has been actively exhibiting her work since 2007, starting from little daily drawings to Amsterdam street art with a small band of brothers. Within two years, she developed into a full-blown painter, saying farewell to her job in design and going back to her artistic roots while part-time residing as a freelance lecturer at the HVA.
Johanna has exhibited internationally, including exhibitions at commercial galleries in Amsterdam, San Francisco, New York, Aalborg, Los Angeles, and San Diego. She has participated in exhibitions at cultural institutions, including the Mesa Arts Museum in Arizona and Collectie de Groen in Arnhem.
In this interview, Johanna discusses her overall thematic approaches and the works displayed in her third solo show for New York’s Massey Klein Gallery, How to Eliminate Stress and Anxiety Through Good Housekeeping. Read our May 2023 Interlocutor Magazine interview and our 2020 interview, both conducted by contributor Isabel Hou.
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