About

Vincent Mock

The artist that inhabits many worlds. From the African wilderness to the depths of the ocean, his sense of responsibility as an environmentalist is always reflected in his work. Life-size sculptures of endangered marine animals, giant deer antlers adorned with glass beads, the golden skull of a poached rhinoceros are but a few of the many artworks he has created to communicate his ideas about the world we live in.

Whether contemplating the transience of life on earth or asking questions regarding the complexities of human consciousness, Mock does not allow us to rest easily. He stimulates our imagination and reminds us of our interdependence with the natural world, or perhaps the link we are losing to it. Vincent Mock lives and works in Amsterdam.

Exhibitions

2019
Hooked on Life, Oceanário de Lisboa | Lisbon, Portugal
Art for Impact, United World Colleges (UWC), Hermitage | Amsterdam

2018
Art for Impact, United World Colleges (UWC), Hermitage | Amsterdam
Award winners exhibition, Van Vlissingen Art Foundation, Singer Museum | Laren
Solo exhibition at Oyens & Van Eeghen Asset Management | Amsterdam
Rhino Dialogue, No.5 Foundation (founded by Dutch Princess Laurentien to stimulate sustainability projects) | The Hague

2017
Remembering Rhinos, La Galleria Pall Mall | London
Opening exhibition Rhino Week, Circular Pavilion ABN AMRO | Amsterdam

2016
Solo exhibition Museum Beelden aan Zee | Scheveningen
Rhino Week, Circulair Paviljoen ABN AMRO |  Amsterdam

2012 - 2014
Realism Fair for Contemporary Art | Passenger Terminal Amsterdam
Intersections, Science in Contemporary Art | Israel
Wereld Natuur Fonds | Zeist