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de Appel Arts Centre

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de Appel Arts Centre
Prins Hendrikkade 142
1011 AT Amsterdam
Netherlands
Venue Type: Gallery

Neighborhood:
the dykes



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© de Appel Arts Centre
> CURRENT EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
September 27th - January 11th, 2015 When Elephants Come Marching In: Echoes from the Sixties in Today’s Art
Melanie Bonajo, Hugo Canoilas, Walter de Maria, Boyle Family, Chiara Fumai, Taf Hassam, gerlach en koop, HIDENORI MITSUE, Emilio Moreno, Xue Mu, Roland Schimmel, Michael Stubbs, Jan van de Pavert, Carl Michael von Hausswolff
 
> QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.deappel.nl
EMAIL:  
info@deappel.nl
OPEN HOURS:  
Tue-Sun from 11-6 pm
PHONE:  
020 6255651
FAX:  
020 6225215
GALLERY TYPE:  
Contemporary
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DESCRIPTION
De Appel is an internationally oriented arts centre in the centre of Amsterdam. Since it was founded in 1975 it has served as a leading platform for research and the presentation of contemporary art. 
 
De Appel has a programme of exhibitions and performances by visual artists, choreographers and theatre directors. In addition, under the title Appel on the side, it organizes a very broad programme of events, ranging from introductory talks to conferences lasting several days. As a publisher, de Appel publishes artist books and monographs, periodicals and anthologies of essays. 
 
De Appel has organized the eight-month Curatorial Programme since 1994. During this exploratory process, young curators from different parts of the world are taught a range of skills and offered various experiences which can be used as a source for their further professional career. The programme comprises theory lessons, workshops, excursions, assignments and educational confrontations. The thematic focus is on “context-responsive curating” and the presentation of art in the public space.
 
De Appel arts centre is located in a historical building at the Prins Hendrikkade 142, Amsterdam, nearby the Central Station. The building has next to exhibition spaces a library/archive, a bookshop and a cafe-restaurant. 

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