I’m very excited to be represented by Gallery Kunsthandel Dekker at the Affordable Art Fair in Amsterdam this year. It will be held from 31 October to 3 November at the cool exhibition space de Kromhouthal. Come and join us at Stand D13. Here’s a sneak preview of one of my art works for sale. […]
The newspaper “De Gooi- en Eemlander” put together a list of the 10 best activities in the region of the Gooi, Vecht and Eemland for you. Check out number 3! (in Dutch) Or read it here in English: EXHIBITION Marcus Akerman is a British artist, living in Bussum. He creates conceptual art in acrylic paint, watercolour […]
The 2019 Marcus Akerman Catalogue is now available. Just click on the image below to open.
Please be invited to my exhibition opening at Dekker Kunsthandel on Saturday 1 December from 16:30 – 20:00 hrs. With my latest work on display, I’m looking forward to a great evening at Kapelstraat 30 in Bussum. Hope to meet you there! With winter kicking in soon, December will be a great time to find […]
While I’m busy preparing for the Open Atelier Route at the end of May, a journalist from Bussum Nieuws was interested in interviewing Gertie Knepper and me. Gertie organises everything for the weekend, she’s doing an awesome job! Sorry to the English readers, the article is all in Dutch! But do come by on 26 […]
Welcome at my brand new website!
With a new look & feel I hope you'll enjoy navigating the site and that you'll easily find what you’re looking for. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
Save the date in your calendar for the Open Atelier Route 2018 in Bussum on Saturday 26 May and Sunday 27 May. And visit the Marcus Akerman Art Studio on Sint Janslaan 56 in Bussum – NUMBER 13 on the Route Map. Over 40 artists will open up their studios for the public that weekend […]
Looking for something new for your wall? Then visit Dekker Kunsthandel in Bussum. They're exhibiting some of my latest work during November and December and you'll find a variety of choices.
Dekkers is located in De Kapelstraat. This is arguably the villages most arty and charming street. It's filled with galleries, eateries, gift shops and of course my favourite art supply shop Van Beek.
That sunny Sunday in September was a beautiful day for an Art Fair. Here are 7 reasons why.
1. Great chats
I had some really nice conversations with people. Just chatting about art. People asked a variety of questions. It's always nice to meet face-to-face and get feedback on all things creative.
2. Live music
A great atmosphere including live music on the podium which had many people laughing, eating, drinking and dancing on the square.