ArtSlant - Recently added en-us 40 - Rotterdam International Art Fair - September 12th - September 13th <h3>Hours &amp; Admission</h3> <p><em>Friday 12th September 2014</em><br />18.00pm-22.00pm&nbsp;<br />The Private View and Champagne Reception, &pound; 7 GBP per ticket.&nbsp;<br /><br /><em>Saturday 13th September 2014</em><br />11.00am-18.00pm<br />Free Entry&nbsp;</p> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 11:36:48 +0000 Frederique Bergholtz, Maria Pask - Cobra Museum - September 28th - January 18th, 2015 <p style="text-align: justify;"><span style="font-size: small;">With Asger Jorn's comprehensive practice as their starting point, artists Maria Pask and Frederique Bergholtz have developed a new project for the Cobra Museum. Their Tantric Ceramics installation is a continuation of their project, A Way of Making, for which ceramics also formed the principle material. At the Cobra Museum, they have completed an installation with ceramic elements, a new video work and a visual archive of ceramic objects from different periods in time and geographical regions. The work is inspired by the organic way that Asger Jorn related to architecture, ceramics and nature in his home and garden in Albissola, Italy. We moreover recognize recurring working methods and subjects from the practice of Bergholtz and Pask, including the relation between politics and the human body, and their interest in popular and folk culture.</span></p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><span style="font-size: small;">Maria Pask's work has been seen at the Skulptur Project M&uuml;nster, Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam and the Museum of Modern Art in Oxford. Frederique Bergholtz is cofounder and director of If I Can&rsquo;t Dance I Don&rsquo;t Want to be Part of Your Revolution, an international, travelling platform for the production of visual arts and performance, which has completed projects with the Tate Modern and the Reina Sofia in Madrid.</span></p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><span style="font-size: small;">Tantric Ceramics is part of the Cobra Museum's Open Collection programme and has been made possible with the support of the Mondriaan Funds, the P.M. de Klerk Keramiek Fonds/Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds and Stichting Stokroos.</span></p> <hr /> <p style="text-align: justify;"><span style="font-size: small;">Hedendaags kunstenares Maria Pask en Frederique Bergholtz hebben met Asger Jorns veelomvattende praktijk als vertrekpunt een nieuw project ontwikkelt voor het Cobra Museum. Hun project &lsquo;A way of Making&rsquo; is een voortzetting op hun eerder begonnen project &lsquo;A Way of Making&rsquo;, waarin keramiek ook al het materi&euml;le uitgangspunt vormde. In het Cobra Museum realiseren zij een installatie met keramieken elementen, nieuw videowerk en een beeldarchief van keramieken objecten uit verschillende tijdperioden en geografische gebieden. Het werk is deels ge&iuml;nspireerd door de organische wijze waarop Asger Jorn omging met architectuur, keramiek en natuur in zijn huis en tuin in Albissola, Itali&euml;. Daarnaast zijn er terugkerende werkwijzen en onderwerpen te herkennen uit de praktijk van Bergholtz en Pask, zoals de relatie tussen politiek en het lichaam en een interesse in volks- en populaire cultuur.</span></p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><span style="font-size: small;">Het werk van Maria Pask werd onder meer getoond tijdens Skulptur Project M&uuml;nster, in het Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam en het Museum of Modern Art Oxford. Frederique Bergholtz is mede-oprichter en directeur van If I Can&rsquo;t Dance I Don&rsquo;t Want to be Part of Your Revolution, een internationaal, reizend platform voor productie van beeldende kunst/performance dat onder meer projecten realiseerde i.s.m. Tate Modern en het Reina Sofia, Madrid.</span></p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><span style="font-size: small;">&lsquo;A way of Making&rsquo; vind plaats in het kader van het Open Collectie programma en wordt mede mogelijk gemaakt door het Mondriaan Fonds, Het Prins Bernhard Cultuur Fonds / P.M. de Klerk Keramiek Fonds en Stichting Stokroos.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Thu, 28 Aug 2014 07:11:15 +0000 - Huize Frankendael - September 11th 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM <p style="text-align: justify;">An intimate festival in and around the estate. Enjoy music, visual arts, theatre and Slow Food from 8 pm. With: band Tender Falcons, DJ Marcel Barlag, artist Merel de Haan, storyteller Sahand Sahebdivani, the exhibition, Slow Food and pleasure in the garden&hellip;</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Buy your tickets at Restaurant Merkelbach (in Frankendael&rsquo;s coach house) or at <a href="" target="_blank">Ticketscript</a>.</p> <hr /> <p style="text-align: justify;">Het laatste weekend van De Parade. <br /> Restaurant Merkelbach serveert haar goede vissoep.<br /> <br /> Daarna doen we een eigen parade, op donderdag 11 september, op het huis; een Soiree. Een avond met muziek, theater, beeldende kunst en goed voedsel. Ge&iuml;nspireerd op de pleziertuin van vroegere tijden, toen Frankendael de speelplaats was voor volwassenen.</p> Mon, 25 Aug 2014 14:47:20 +0000 Group Show - Huize Frankendael - September 11th - December 7th <p style="text-align: justify;">A selection of photography from the impressive collection of Dutch collector Reyn van der Lugt. The selection of works is based on the house&rsquo;s history and its current position within the urban landscape, resulting in the exhibition &lsquo;Wenn wir dich nicht sehen, siehst du uns auch nicht&rsquo;. The exhibition follows two lines of thought within which the human figure takes a distinctive position. The salons are installed as a contemporary portrait gallery; exploring different notions of people &lsquo;taking a pose&rsquo; in front of the camera. On the first floor we zoom out on the contemporary environment, in which human traces in the landscape attest to the determinative position that man occupies in his surroundings.</p> Mon, 25 Aug 2014 14:44:08 +0000 Valérie Belin, Jacqueline Hassink, Naoya Hatakeyama, Sarah Jones, Rob Nypels - Huis Marseille Museum voor Fotografie - September 13th - December 7th <div class="group"> <div class="width-4"> <p style="text-align: justify;"><span style="font-size: small;">A photography collection can be seen as a dynamic part of a museum, which can be regarded in various ways. In this case, the heart of the exhibition is formed by five photographers with whom Huis Marseille collaborated on multiple occasions in the recent past: <strong>Val&eacute;rie Belin, Jacqueline Hassink, Naoya Hatakeyama, Sarah Jones</strong> and <strong>Rob Nypels</strong>. They have each been invited to fill curate a gallery with their own work and combine topicality with earlier purchases by Huis Marseille. In this way, their own personal, artistic growth in the past fifteen years becomes visible.</span></p> </div> </div> <div class="group"> <div class="width-4"> <p style="text-align: justify;"><span style="font-size: small;"><strong>Val&eacute;rie Belin</strong> (1964, Boulogne-Billancourt)</span><br /><span style="font-size: small;">Her work astonishes the viewer with the enormously increased complexity of her subject matter and the unbelievable amount of detail that she succeeds in forging&shy; into a whole, then stretching it like a taut photographic skin of light and shadow&shy; &ndash; in her newest series she works both in colour and in black and white &ndash; across the entire image.</span></p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><span style="font-size: small;"><strong>Jacqueline Hassink</strong> (1966, Enschede)</span><br /><span style="font-size: small;"><em>View,&nbsp;Kyoto</em>, the impressive series on Japanese temples and gardens on which she has worked since 2004, shows the degree&shy; to which Hassink, the conceptual photographer of <em>Tables of Power</em>, has blossomed&shy; into a powerfully&shy; analytical and lyrical image-maker&shy;. The strong composition of&nbsp;her photographs reveal her deep knowledge and understanding of Japanese culture and of the inherent conflicts that must be resolved, again and again, to achieve a harmony between the natural world and modern, industrial&shy; civilization. The photographic series <em>View,&nbsp;Kyoto </em>will be published for the first time in its entirety (Hatje Cantz, design: Irma Boom).</span></p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><span style="font-size: small;"><strong>Naoya Hatakeyama</strong> (1958, Rikuzentakata, Iwate)</span><br /><span style="font-size: small;">Hatakeyama made his international reputation with <em>Blasts</em> (from 1995), in which he photographed limestone being dynamited&shy; for industrial purposes. Now he is meticulously documenting the fragility of the defences being constructed in Japan today&shy; to try to cope, after the disaster of 11&nbsp;March 2011, with the next earthquake. In&nbsp;this project, on which he has worked ceaselessly since 2011, he is focussing principally on the reconstruction work taking place in Rikuzentakata, in north-eastern Japan &ndash; where he himself was born, and which was almost totally destroyed by the earthquake and the tsunami that followed.</span></p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><span style="font-size: small;"><strong>Sarah Jones</strong> (1959, London)</span><br /><span style="font-size: small;">Sarah Jones gained international recognition for her photographs&shy; of psychoanalyst&rsquo;s couches along with her studies of young women in domestic interiors, drawing studios&shy; and urban&shy; parks which draw attention to the relationship&shy; between sitter, location&shy;, photo&shy;grapher and viewer. In her recent photographs&shy;, both black and white and colour, she&nbsp;continues to explore how subjects are measured and transcribed through the large format view camera and flattened in pictorial&shy; space, contained as if in a museum vitrine. This transition establishes looking as a vertiginous experience.</span></p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><span style="font-size: small;"><strong>Rob Nypels</strong> (1951, Leiden) </span><br /><span style="font-size: small;">Nypels is the only one who wanted to show his own work in context of that of his peers in the Huis Marseille collection. Rob Nypels&rsquo; eye for what landscape and nature have to offer in terms of colour and sensibilities simply defies description. His work brings together places where magic comes to life, whether they are in the city or in the country&shy;. He rides a fine line between abstraction and expression. In his mastery of mood and colour he has revealed&shy; himself to be a true magicien de la terre of our times.</span></p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><span style="font-size: small;">Alongside these five solo presentations, a number of galleries have been installed by Els Barents and Rob Nypels with a selection of collected works.</span></p> <hr /> <p style="text-align: justify;">&nbsp;</p> <div class="group" style="text-align: justify;"> <div class="width-4"> <p>Een fotocollectie kan worden gezien als het beweeglijk deel van een museum, dat op verschillende manieren tegen het licht kan worden gehouden. In dit geval wordt de kern van de tentoonstelling gevormd door vijf fotografen met wie Huis Marseille de afgelopen periode meermalen samenwerkte: <strong>Val&eacute;rie Belin, Jacqueline Hassink, Naoya Hatakeyama, Sarah Jones</strong> en <strong>Rob Nypels</strong>. Zij zijn uitgenodigd om ieder een zaal met eigen werk in te richten en de actualiteit te combineren met eerdere aankopen uit de collectie van Huis Marseille. Zo wordt bij ieder van hen de persoonlijke, artistieke groei over de afgelopen vijftien jaar zichtbaar.</p> </div> </div> <p style="text-align: justify;">&nbsp;</p> <div class="group"> <div class="width-4"> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong><br />Val&eacute;rie Belin</strong> (1964, Boulogne-Billancourt) <br />Haar werk verrast door de enorm toegenomen complexiteit van haar onderwerpen, een ongelooflijke hoeveelheid aan details, die zij tot eenheid weet te smeden en als een fotografische huid van licht en schaduw &ndash; zowel in zwart wit als in kleur &ndash; over het gehele beeld weet te spannen.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Jacqueline Hassink</strong>(1966, Enschede)</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Jacqueline Hassink laat&nbsp;in <em>View, Kyoto</em> (2004&ndash;2014), haar actuele serie&shy; over Japanse tempels en tuinen zien hoezeer zij&nbsp;sinds de <em>Tables of Power </em>van een conceptueel&shy; fotograaf uitgegroeid is tot een onge&euml;venaard analytisch &eacute;n lyrisch beeldenmaker. Achter de krachtige manier waarop zij haar beelden componeert gaan een grote kennis en begrip van de Japanse cultuur schuil. Ook in haar foto&rsquo;s sluimert het eeuwige conflict tussen de natuurlijke wereld en de moderne, ge&iuml;ndustrialiseerde beschaving dat iedere keer opnieuw in harmonie gebracht moet worden.<br />De fotoserie <em>View, Kyoto</em> van Jacqueline Hassink wordt in september voor het eerst in zijn geheel gepubliceerd bij Hatje Cantz. Ontwerp: Irma Boom.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Naoya Hatakeyama</strong> (1958, Rikuzentakata, Iwate) <br />Hatakeyama maakte destijds internationaal naam met zijn <em>Blasts</em> (vanaf 1995), waarin hij fotografeerde hoe kalksteen voor industri&euml;le doeleinden met dynamiet wordt opgeblazen. Nu documenteert hij nauw&shy;gezet hoe fragiel de verdedigingsconstructies zijn die momenteel in Japan worden opgericht om een volgende aardbeving na die van 11&nbsp;maart 2011 het hoofd te kunnen bieden. In&nbsp;dit project waar hij sinds 2011 onafgebroken&shy; aan werkt volgt hij met name de herstelwerkzaamheden in zijn zwaar getroffen&shy; geboortestad Rikuzentakata in Noordoost Japan.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Sarah Jones</strong> (1959, Londen) <br />Sarah Jones kreeg internationaal erkenning voor haar vele foto&rsquo;s van de sofa van psychoanalytici&shy;, dit in combinatie met haar studies van jonge vrouwen zowel binnenshuis&shy;, in ateliers als in stadsparken. Bij Jones gaat het om de complexiteit in de verhoudingen die zowel tijdens het foto&shy;graferen als bij het exposeren tussen de geportretteerde&shy;, de locatie, de fotograaf en de toeschouwer kunnen worden opgeroepen. In haar recente werk &ndash; zowel in zwart-wit als kleur &ndash; reduceert zij haar beeldende middelen verder. De grootbeeld camera waarmee ze werkt plat de beeltenis van haar personages zodanig af dat er een andere&shy;, picturale ruimte ontstaat die ver&shy;gelijkbaar is met die van een museum&shy;vitrine. Een transitie die het kijken tot een duizelingwekkende ervaring maakt.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Rob Nypels </strong>(1951, Leiden) <br />Nypels heeft als enige voor de optie gekozen om zijn werk in samenhang&shy; met dat van andere&shy; gelijkgestemden uit de collectie van Huis Marseille te exposeren&shy;. Zijn oog voor wat het landschap en de natuur aan kleur en sensibiliteiten te bieden heeft gaat aan&nbsp;de ratio voorbij. In zijn werk verzamelt hij plaatsen waar een zekere magie tot leven&shy;&nbsp;komt, zowel in de stad als in de natuur. Daarbij bewandelt hij het smalle pad dat zich tussen abstractie en&nbsp;expressie bevindt. Zijn&nbsp;eigenzinnige&shy; gebruik van sfeer en kleur maakt hem tot&nbsp; ware magicien&shy; de la terre anno nu.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Naast deze vijf solopresentaties zijn de overige zalen door Els Barents, directeur van Huis Marseille, en Rob Nypels met hoogtepunten uit de collectie ingericht.</p> </div> </div> <p style="text-align: justify;"><span style="font-size: small;">&nbsp;</span></p> </div> </div> Mon, 25 Aug 2014 14:39:04 +0000 - Unseen Photo Fair - September 18th - September 21st <p>Discussions in Photography<br />The Unseen Living Room, an informal meeting place for the exchange of dialogue and ideas and where discussions and lectures take place, packs an exciting programme from Thursday 18 September to Sunday 21 September. On Thursday 18 September, visitors can enjoy&nbsp;talks&nbsp;by&nbsp;talented photographers&nbsp;Lorenzo Vitturi (b. 1980, Italy), Daniel Gordon (b. 1980, USA) and Kate Steciw (b. 1978,&nbsp;USA), a&nbsp;discussion of&nbsp;contemporary Japanese photography, and a panel discussion with the&nbsp;2014<em>&nbsp;Foam Magazine</em>&nbsp;Talents.<br /><br />On Friday 19 September, a symposium will be held on an important transition currently taking place in contemporary photography in which the meaning, function and value of the photographic image have fundamentally changed. Two important developments within this framework will be discussed. In&nbsp;Under Construction, confirmed guests Lorenzo Durantini (artist, curator and writer, Italy), Matthew Leifheit (independent photographer, writer and curator, USA), Lucas Blalock (photographer and writer, USA), Joshua Citarella (artist and curator, USA) and Chris McCall (director of Pier 24 Photography, USA) will focus on a new and highly relevant generation of American visual artists for whom the creative process can be as much the subject of an image as its final result. In&nbsp;Research: The Photograph as a Document, Thomas Seelig (director Fotomusem Winterthur, Germany), Thomas Keenan (professor at Bard College, USA), Jan Rosseel (photographer, Belgium) and&nbsp;Julian Stallabrass (lecturer, writer, photographer and curator, UK) will discuss photography&rsquo;s potential to be used as a medium for visual storytelling in the 21st century.</p> <div><br />On Saturday 20 September, various initiatives focusing on the places and the ways in which photography is presented, including Weekender (Netherlands), Probe (Netherlands), Der Greif (Germany) and SSZ Sued (Germany) will discuss&nbsp;Emerging Platforms. This talk will also focus on new&nbsp;hotspots with thriving photography scenes including<em>&nbsp;</em>Zurich in Switzerland and Cluj in Romania.<br /><br />The Unseen Talks will conclude on Sunday 21 September with&nbsp;Lunch Bytes, a series of discussions that examine the increasing ubiquity of digital technologies in relation to artistic practices, curated by Melanie B&uuml;hler. In collaboration with the Goethe-Institut and Foam, the Unseen edition of&nbsp;<em>Lunch Bytes</em>&nbsp;will feature distinguished artists and theorists in the field of image-making talking about Image Excess such as artists Hito Steyerl (b. 1966, Germany), Oliver Laric (b. 1981, Austria) and Katja Novitskova (b. 1984, Estonia).<br /><br />Interactive Artwork: Trust the Cloud<br />Unseen is proud to present the interactive photography project,&nbsp;Trust the Cloud. Created by Phanta Visual in collaboration with Mulder Montage, Publi-Air, Studio Stomp and the Hogeschool van Amsterdam, the artwork transforms a riveting experience into a brief digital moment. After taking an escalator up several meters, visitors are invited to jump into an inflatable cloud of light. The jump, which will be photographed and uploaded to &lsquo;the cloud&rsquo;, can be seen for a brief amount of time before disappearing, much like the act itself. With the project, Phanta Visual hopes to make the abstract &lsquo;cloud&rsquo; tangible, even if just for a moment. The artwork can be experienced and enjoyed by all.<br /><br />Focus on Japan<br />The special exhibition&nbsp;<em>Anima on Photography, Japan</em>, will be presented at Unseen, curated by Chihiro Minato (artist, critic, curator and professor at Tama Art University) and Shigeo Goto (professor at Kyoto University of Art and Design and director of G/P gallery). The exhibition focuses on the silent existence of &lsquo;animism&rsquo;, or the concept that everything has a spirit or a soul, in contemporary Japanese photography and exhibits the works of Japanese artists from the 20th century to the present. The exhibition is supported by the Art Fair Support Project of the Cultural Agency of the Japanese Government. A round table discussion will be&nbsp;dedicated to Japan&nbsp;in the Unseen&nbsp;Living Room on Thursday 18 September with Shigeo Goto, Simon Baker (Tate), Ferdinand Bruggeman and Ivan Vartanian (Goliga Books), moderated by J&ouml;rg Colberg (Conscientious).<br /><br />Unseen marks the launch of 2013&nbsp;<em>Foam Magazine</em>&nbsp;Talent Sohei Nishino&rsquo;s (b. 1982, Japan) latest&nbsp;diorama map of Amsterdam. After months of scaling the Dutch&nbsp;capital&rsquo;s greatest heights and wandering its many streets, the artist has painstakingly assembled roughly 8,000 analogue images into a large scale work that will be made into individual handmade boxes for purchase at Unseen.<br /><br /><a href=""><em>10x10 Japanese Photobooks</em></a>, an overview of post-war Japanese photobooks, will be on view in the Unseen Living Room. The travelling reading room is sponsored by the non-profit 10x10 Photobooks organisation in association with the International Center of Photography Library and the Photobook Facebook Group.</div> Mon, 25 Aug 2014 03:52:38 +0000 - Unseen Photo Fair - September 18th - September 21st <h3>Hours &amp; Admission</h3> <p>Opening hours:</p> <p>Thursday 12.00 - 20.00<br />Friday 12.00 - 22.00<br />Saturday 11.00 - 20.00<br />Sunday 11.00 - 17.00</p> <p>Ticket:</p> <p>&nbsp;&euro;19.50</p> <h3>Exhibitors</h3> <p>Aando Fine Art</p> <p>acb Gallery</p> <p>Alex Daniels - Reflex Amsterdam</p> <p>Boetzelaer|Nispen</p> <p>Camilla Grimaldi</p> <p>d gallerie</p> <p>Division of Labour &amp; The Library of Birmingham</p> <p>East Wing</p> <p>Edel Assanti</p> <p>Flatland Gallery</p> <p>Flowers Gallery</p> <p>G/P Gallery</p> <p>Galeria Tagomago</p> <p>Galerie Anita Beckers</p> <p>Galerie Bart</p> <p>Galerie Christophe Gaillard</p> <p>Galerie Fons Welters</p> <p>Galerie Juli&egrave;tte Jongma</p> <p>Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire</p> <p>Galerie Mad&eacute;</p> <p>Galerie Nicola von Senger</p> <p>Galerie Paul Andriesse</p> <p>Galerie Ron Mandos</p> <p>Galerie Ton de Boer</p> <p>Galerie van der Mieden</p> <p>Galerie Wouter van Leeuwen</p> <p>Gallery FELDBUSCHWIESNER</p> <p>Gallery Fifty One</p> <p>Gallery Taik Persons</p> <p>Gallery Vassie</p> <p>Gana Art</p> <p>Grundemark Nilsson Gallery</p> <p>HADA Contemporary</p> <p>Kahmann Gallery</p> <p>Kana Kawanishi</p> <p>Kaune, Posnik, Spohr Gallery</p> <p>KROKUS Galeria</p> <p>Kuckei + Kuckei</p> <p>LhGWR</p> <p>M97 Gallery</p> <p>Martin Asbaek Gallery</p> <p>METRONOM</p> <p>Mirko Mayer Gallery</p> <p>NextLevel Galerie</p> <p>Robert Morat Galerie</p> <p>Seelevel Gallery</p> <p>Stieglitz19</p> <p>Stilll Gallery</p> <p>The Empire Project</p> <p>The Photographers' Gallery</p> <p>The Ravestijn Gallery</p> <p>WAGNER + PARTNER</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Mon, 25 Aug 2014 03:53:38 +0000 - Amsterdam Drawing - September 18th - September 21st <h3>Hours &amp; Admission</h3> <p><strong>Opening hours</strong><br />Thursday 18 - Saturday 20 September: 11 AM - 7 PM<br />Sunday 21 September: 11 AM - 5 PM<br /><br /><strong>Entrance fee</strong><br />&euro; 10,00<br />&euro; 7,50 for CJP card holders and students</p> <h3>Exhibitors</h3> <div class="exhibitors"> <div class="exhibitor">GALERIE RIANNE GROEN, ROTTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">TOMIO KOYAMA GALLERY, TOKYO</div> <div class="exhibitor">RENTO BRATTINGA | GALERIE, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">DAM GALLERY, BERLIN</div> <div class="clear">&nbsp;</div> </div> <div class="exhibitors"> <div class="exhibitor">BARBARA SEILER GALERIE, ZURICH</div> <div class="exhibitor">GALLERY SIDE 2, TOKYO</div> <div class="exhibitor">C&amp;H ART SPACE, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">GALERIE NOUVELLES IMAGES, THE HAGUE</div> <div class="clear">&nbsp;</div> </div> <div class="exhibitors"> <div class="exhibitor">TORCH GALLERY, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">GALERIE VAN DEN BERGE, GOES</div> <div class="exhibitor">PHOEBUS | ROTTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">LUMEN TRAVO GALLERY, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="clear">&nbsp;</div> </div> <div class="exhibitors"> <div class="exhibitor">GALERIE RAMAKERS, THE HAGUE</div> <div class="exhibitor">MARIAN CRAMER PROJECTS, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">GALERIE BERNARD JORDAN, PARIS</div> <div class="exhibitor">GALERIE ELISABETH &amp; KLAUS THOMAN, VIENNA</div> <div class="clear">&nbsp;</div> </div> <div class="exhibitors"> <div class="exhibitor">BRUTTO GUSTO, BERLIN</div> <div class="exhibitor">GALLERY JOE, PHILADELPHIA</div> <div class="exhibitor">LMAKPROJECTS, NEW YORK</div> <div class="exhibitor">KRISTOF DE CLERCQ GALLERY, GHENT</div> <div class="clear">&nbsp;</div> </div> <div class="exhibitors"> <div class="exhibitor">AKINCI, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">ZERP GALERIE, ROTTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">GALERIE ALEX DANIELS - REFLEX AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">APICE FOR ARTISTS GALLERY, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="clear">&nbsp;</div> </div> <div class="exhibitors"> <div class="exhibitor">GALERIE MAURITS VAN DE LAAR, THE HAGUE</div> <div class="exhibitor">PATRICK HEIDE CONTEMPORARY ART, LONDON</div> <div class="exhibitor">ART AFFAIRS, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">R&amp;R REUTENGALERIE AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="clear">&nbsp;</div> </div> <div class="exhibitors"> <div class="exhibitor">SERIEUZE ZAKEN STUDIOOS, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">GERHARD HOFLAND, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">GALERIE DE EXPEDITIE / ZSA-ZSA EYCK, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">WILLEM BAARS PROJECTS, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="clear">&nbsp;</div> </div> <div class="exhibitors"> <div class="exhibitor">GALERIE GABRIEL ROLT, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">SLEWE GALLERY, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">GALERIE VAN GELDER, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">KERS GALLERY, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="clear">&nbsp;</div> </div> <div class="exhibitors"> <div class="exhibitor">GALERIE ONRUST, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">GALERIE PAUL ANDRIESSE, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">GALERIE TATJANA PIETERS, GHENT</div> <div class="exhibitor">ORNIS A. GALLERY, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="clear">&nbsp;</div> </div> <div class="exhibitors"> <div class="exhibitor">MARTIN VAN ZOMEREN, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">LIVINGSTONE GALLERY, THE HAGUE</div> <div class="exhibitor">COKKIE SNOEI, ROTTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">STIGTER VAN DOESBURG, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="clear">&nbsp;</div> </div> <div class="exhibitors"> <div class="exhibitor">GALERIE MARTIN KUDLEK, COLOGNE</div> <div class="exhibitor">GALERIE RON MANDOS, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">GALERIE JEAN BROLLY, PARIS</div> <div class="exhibitor">HIDDE VAN SEGGELEN GALLERY, LONDON</div> <div class="clear">&nbsp;</div> </div> <div class="exhibitors"> <div class="exhibitor">RON LANG ART, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">ANNET GELINK GALLERY, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor">WITTEVEEN VISUAL ART CENTRE, AMSTERDAM</div> <div class="exhibitor exhibitor-hover">GALERIE MICHAEL STURM, STUTTGART</div> </div> Sun, 24 Aug 2014 07:19:15 +0000 Aditya Mandayam - Galerie van Gelder - September 6th 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM <p>in Galerie van Gelder &amp; AP</p> <p>ADITYA MANDAYAM</p> <p>'Sukuranburu Kousaten by Indigenous Genitalman'</p> <p>OPENING: Saturday 6th of September 2014, 17.00-19.00 hours</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>17.30 uur: performance</strong></p> <p>&lsquo;In the Beginning was the Safe Word, and the Safe Word was Forgotten&rsquo;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Sat, 23 Aug 2014 23:27:09 +0000 Itamar Gilboa - Nieuw Dakota - November 7th - December 14th <p>The Food Chain Project is a pop-up supermarket made entirely of sculpture groceries that represent Itamar Gilboa's consumption over 365 days.</p> Fri, 22 Aug 2014 13:38:57 +0000 - Nieuw Dakota - October 5th - November 3rd Fri, 22 Aug 2014 13:35:55 +0000 - Nieuw Dakota - September 17th - September 21st Fri, 22 Aug 2014 13:34:43 +0000 - Nieuw Dakota - September 7th 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Fri, 22 Aug 2014 13:33:25 +0000 Jürgen Paas, Bodo Korsig, Dirk Salz - Galerie Roger Katwijk - September 7th - October 11th <p style="text-align: justify;">Galerie Roger Katwijk is pleased to announce the exhibition&nbsp;<strong>'TRIPPLE A'&nbsp;</strong>with 3 German artists Bodo Korsig, J&uuml;rgen Paas<strong>&nbsp;</strong>and<strong>&nbsp;</strong>Dirk Salz.<span style="font-family: Arial, Verdana, Tahoma;">&nbsp;</span></p> <p style="text-align: justify;">After Essen and Vienna, this interesting exhibition will now be shown in Amsterdam. With their abstract, material and technique tapered work each of them explains &nbsp;different accents, making new connections. Their work varies significantly but there are also obvious similarities, if only in color and materials. The dialogue between these works is interesting: the abstract installations J&uuml;rgen Paas, consisting of plastic ties and colored aluminum coils, compete strongly with the character like figures and reliefs from Bodo Korsig. &nbsp;The transparent paintings by Dirk Salz, in which time, space and structure play a role, by contrast are entirely independent with their thin, reflective surfaces.</p> Fri, 22 Aug 2014 07:11:08 +0000