Bram Ellens was born in 1978 and is a Jekyll and Hyde pur sang. After a turbulent international career as an internet entrepreneur for 10 years, in 2015 he decided to on a career shift and started working as an artist under the pseudonym Edward Bernsteyn. By means of self-study and a group of mentors, Bram developed himself into an early-stage-autonomous- artist. He is known as an entrepreneurial artist and mainly makes theatrical sculptures and installations. Bram enjoys the big gesture, but tries to evoke a stillness in it. His works are inclusive, but not superficial. The arousal of curiosity is a common thread in all his work, it invites contact.
Bram was in the spotlight for the first time in 2016 with his 'Apping glow in the dark gnome installations'. He likes to exhibit outside the regular circuit, with his latest solo exhibition 'Orphans' at the World Trade Center in Amsterdam as a latest example. This is also the exhibition where Bram Ellens says goodbye to his pseudonym Edward and starts working and exhibiting under his own name again. Bram works with his operational team at Bloom studios in Weesp, still bronzed from the tropical sun of his stay at Curaçao at the Instituto Buena Bista.
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