Paleis Amsterdam, NL, 5 July – 10 March 2021
Puff Puff goodbye 
Stigter van Doesburg, Amsterdam, NL, 9 March – 10 October 2021
Our Beginnings Never Know Our Ends 
Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, US, 0 – 0 2021
Museum Nikolaikirche, Berlin, DE, 0 – 0 2020
Nikolaikirchplatz, 10178 Berlin | #featuresBerlin

Artists: Norbert Bisky, Patricia Bucher, Sol Calero, Friederike Feldmann, Nadira Husain, Thomas Kilpper, Thomas Ravens, Petra Trenkel, Helen Verhoeven, Suse Weber

Arti et Amicitiae Amsterdam, NL, 0 – 0 2020

Organized by: BINJIP, Jowon van der Peet, Jana van Meerveld and Ad de Jong

Artists: Helen Verhoeven, Marc Mulders, Sarah Verbeek, Wieske Wester, Jana van Meerveld, Rik Meijers, Hanan Klei, Marie Aly, Tobias Lengkeek,
Toon Teeken, Tanja Ritterbex, Judith Kisner, Eli Content, Iris Kensmil
Hermitage, Amsterdam, NL, 0 – 0 2019
[solo exhibition]

Press Release: Helen Verhoeven is the winner of the eighth edition of the ABN AMRO Art Award, an incentive award for talent in the Netherlands. Trained as a painter, Verhoeven also works with materials such as ceramics, stained glass and textiles.

Helene Appel, Alisa Margolis & Helen Verhoeven  
Galerie Judin, Berlin, DE, 1 January – 2 February 2018

Press Release (Excerpt): If it can be said that the works on dis­play together pose a unifying ques­tion—namely, what it means to be a fig­u­ra­tive painter today, directly confronting the laden issues of rep­re­senta­tion and verisimil­i­tude—their responses are nonethe­less thrillingly diver­gent.

De Meest Eigentijdse Schilder Kunst 
Dordrechts Museum, Dordrecht, NL, 0 – 0 2018

Philip Akkerman, Frank Ammerlaan, Tjebbe Beekman, Morgan Betz, Marlene Dumas, Ricardo van Eyk, Bob Eikelboom, Gijs Frieling, Fons Haagmans, RaQuel van Haver, Natasja Kensmil,

Art Basel, CH, 0 – 0 2018
Stigter van Doesburg

June 14 – 17, 2018

Messeplatz 10, 4005 Basel
Oh God 
Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht, NL, 0 – 0 2018
[solo exhibition]

Press Release: In a two-year collaboration with the Bonnefantenmuseum, Helen Verhoeven has explored the classical and religious themes of mediaeval art. Verhoeven selected nine exceptionally dynamic and theatrical works from the museum’s collection of old masters.

Paint it Soft 
SCHUNCK, Heerlen, NL, 1 January – 2 February 2017

Artists: Rob Birza, Claude Bleynie, Koen Doodeman, Yvonne Dröge Wendel, Norbert Fiddelers, Romy Finke, Daan van Golden, Tom de Groot, Christie van der Haak, Lieven Hendriks, Twan Janssen, Louis Marie Jullien, Fransje Killaars, Klaas Kloosterboer, Jean Lurçat, Elke Lutgerink, Keetje Mans, Rik Meijers, Machiel van Soest, Sarah van Sonsbeeck, Clary Stolte, Berend Strik, Han Schuil, Helen Verhoeven and Roy Villevoye
The Painted Bird 
Marres, Maastricht, NL, 1 January – 2 February 2017
Artists: Marie Aly, Cian-Yu Bai, Kim David Bots, Bonno van Doorn, Gijs Frieling, Natasja Kensmil, Klaas Kloosterboer, Mirthe Klück, Frank Koolen, Fiona Lutjenhuis, Charlott Markus, Kalle Mattsson, Jan van de Pavert, Tanja Ritterbex, Sam Samiee, Charlotte Schleiffert, Derk Thijs, Sarah Verbeek, Helen Verhoeven, Evi Vingerling and Job Wouters
Libby Libby Libby 
Galerie Stigter van Doesburg, Amsterdam, NL, 0 – 0 2016
[solo exhibition]

Press Release: In her new work, Verhoeven focuses her attention on the young and beautiful Libby; a local café employee (and artist) around whom Verhoeven’s entire Berlin neighborhood seems to orbit. Through a series of paintings of the model, Verhoeven explores the artist-muse relationship.

Apophänie, Peggy Franck & Helen Verhoeven 
Nederlansche Bank, Amsterdam, NL, 1 January – 2 February 2015

Press Release (excerpt): Recent work by Peggy Franck and Helen Verhoeven is brought together in this new exhibition 'Apophänie' at De Nederlandsche Bank. Franck and Verhoeven started their ongoing dialogue when they met at the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam in 2005. Despite their diverging visual languages, both artists share a deep interest in the nature of composition and the intuitive logic behind their creative process.
Disturbing Innocence 
The FLAG Art Foundation, New York, US, 1 January – 2 February 2015
Curated by Eric Fischl

Artists: Morton Bartlett, Vanessa Beecroft, Hans Bellmer, Amy Bennett, Louise Bourgeois, James Casebere, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Bonnie Collura, Will Cotton, Gregory Crewdson, George Condo, James Croak, Chris Cunninghaml, Henry Darger, E.V. Day, Peter Drake, Carroll Dunham, Inka Essenhigh, Eric Fisch, Alberto Giacometti

Beating around the Bush 
Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht, NL, 1 January – 2 February 2014

Artists: Francis Alÿs, Joan van Barneveld, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Patrick Van Caeckenbergh, István Csákány, Hugo Debaere, Jan Dibbets, Peter Doig, Luciano Fabro, Fons Haagmans, Camille Henrot, Anselm Kiefer, Piet Killaars, Suchan Kinoshita, Hans Lemmen, Claude Lévêque, Mark Manders, Keetje Mans, Rik Meijers, Navid Nuur, Neo Rauch,

Body Language 
Saatchi Gallery, London, UK, 1 January – 2 February 2013

Artists: Tanyth Berkeley, Amy Bessone, Michael Cline, Nicole Eisenman, Virgile Ittah, Chantal Joffe, Raffi Kalenderian, Anya Kielar, Kasper Kovitz, Makiko Kudo, Nathan Mabry, Eddie Martinez, Justin Matherly, Dana Schutz, Jansson Stegner, Henry Taylor, Denis Tarasov, Alexander Tinei, Francis Upritchard, Andra Ursuta, Helen Verhoeven, Marianne Vitale

Far from the Madding Crowd 
Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht, NL, 1 January – 2 February 2013

Artists: Allora & Calzadilla, Dan Asher, Thierry de Cordier, Marlene Dumas, Sidi El Karchi, Michel Huisman, Suchan Kinoshita, Job Koelewijn, Barry McGee, Rik Meijers, Wilfredo Prieto, Johan Tahon, Helen Verhoeven, Lucy Wood, Erwin Wurm
Ten Years 
Wallspace, New York, US, 1 January – 2 February 2013

Artists: Richard Aldrich, Ronald Amstutz, Kamrooz Aram, Justin Beal, Frank Benson, Lucas Blalock, Sebastian Blanck, Jedediah Caesar, Nathan Carter, Sarah Charlesworth, Talia Chetrit, Anne Collier, Gianna Commito, Ian Cooper, Kate Costello, Nancy de Holl, John Divola, Harry Dodge

The Waiting 
Galerie Parisa Kind, Frankfurt, DE, 0 – 0 2013
[solo exhibition]

Press Release: The paintings in „The Waiting“ series, diverge from Verhoevens large scale paintings of crowds that she had been focusing on in recent years.

Galerie Stigter van Doesburg, Amsterdam, NL, 0 – 0 2013
[solo exhibition]

Press Release: Revisiting the cultural icon of the mother figure likely invites discouragement. To contribute innovative ‘discourse’ to an archetype so primal, so universal, so theologically and art historically exhausted, is a precarious business.

Part Pretty 
SCHUNCK, Heerlen, NL, 0 – 0 2012
[solo exhibition]

February 4 – April 29

Glaspaleis, Bongerd 18
6411 JM Heerlen, The Netherlands
+31 45 577 22 00
The Thingly Character 
Galerie Stigter van Doesburg, Amsterdam, NL, 0 – 0 2010
[solo exhibition]

Press Release: In her monumental, epic series of paintings Verhoeven seems to explore the collective memory of ceremonial group meetings, within which a landscape of nightmares and ghostly apparitions is hidden.

Event Two 
Mesler and Hug, Los Angeles, US, 0 – 0 2008
[solo exhibition]

Press Release: Mesler&Hug is pleased to present Helen Verhoeven: Events One and Two, simultaneously exhibiting at Wallspace Gallery in New York (Event One) and Mesler&Hug (Event Two). The subject of Verhoeven’s new body of work surrounds the notion of the event.

Event One 
Wallspace, New York, US, 0 – 0 2008
[solo exhibition]

Press Release: Wallspace is pleased to present Events One and Two, an exhibition of new paintings by Helen Verhoeven. A concurrent exhibition of new work will be on view at Mesler & Hug in Los Angeles from October 18 – November 15, 2008.

The Beautiful Many 
Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam, NL, 0 – 0 2007
[solo exhibition]

Jan 20 – Feb 24

Bloemstraat 140
1016 LJ Amsterdam