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Pjeroo Roobjee (1945)

Another forgotten artist who had his moments at the begiining of his career is Pjeero Roobjee. In the early Seventies he had his first exhibitions and until the beginning of the Eighties his work was presented frequently at renowned galleries. Just after his presentation for Belgium at the Venice Biennale in 1980 , his name almost disappeared from the exhibition calendars and only some of his literature was published .

But see….he is still working and with the same approach to painting he created his works even after 1980


It is a pity since his approach to painting was of a child like perspective, but with inserting very mature elements, he created fairy tales for adults on canvas. His works were sold through Lens fine art and d’Theeboom, which catalogues are available at

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