Nathanaël Reuling is a graphic designer working and living in Amsterdam. He offers visual identities, editorial design, animations, websites, posters, books, typography and photography in the field of art, culture and commerce. He is also co-founder and artist of ‘The Experimenting’, which is an artist collective working on collaborative projects.

+ 31 6 53 99 70 01
info@nathanaelreuling.nl

Plantage Kerklaan 35,
1018 CV Amsterdam

TEXTS

August 2016 — Mister Motley: http://www.mistermotley.nl/art-everyday-life/aubrey

July 2016 — Kiblind: http://www.kiblind.com/article/countach-studio-a-supersticious-exhibition/p6a771.html

December 2014 — Dit is Kunst: http://kunstkunstkantoor.blogspot.nl/2014/12/nathanael-reuling-digitale-kitsch.html

March 2014 — Mister Motley: http://www.mistermotley.nl/motley-diary/experimenting

August 2013 — Redbullstudios: http://www.redbullstudios.com/amsterdam/articles/simon-weiss-heeft-debuut-album-klaar-staan

EXHIBITIONS

October 2016 — “In Real Life” at Dutch Design Week, group exhibition – Eindhoven

September 2016 — “A Supersticious Exhibition” at Fanfare, group exhibition – Amsterdam

August 2016 — “Aubrey” at Fanfare, collective installation – Amsterdam

May 2016 — “A Supersticious Exhibition” at Les Sauvages, group exhibition – Bordeaux

June 2016 — “Parallels of the Equator” at 27th International Biennial of Graphic Design Brno, group exhibition – Brno, Czech Republic

February 2016 — “Post Tenebras” at Galerie David de Boer, duo exhibition with Isaïe Reuling – Amsterdam

October 2015 — “Chloé a Magic Lantern Show” at Kunst op de Koffie, duo exhibition with René Munneke – Arnhem

August 2015 — “Collaborative I HOMES” at DémArt, group Exhibition – Lausanne

2015 — “Four Banners as an Ode to the Book” at Colofon, Duo exhibition with René Munneke – Arnhem

December 2014 — Dit is Kunst, lecture & group exhibition – Nijmegen

March 2014 — “Experimenting” at Looiersgracht 60, collective installation – Amsterdam

January 2013 — “KKN” at G.A.N.G., Book presentation – Amsterdam

October 2012 — “Tomorrow / Worromot” at W139, group exhibition – Amsterdam