Exhibition & research residency project Prikkel
6 October 2023 – 7 January 2024
Buitenplaats Doornburgh, Maarssen, Netherlands
Cycle, Portal, Path
Curated by Eva Burgering and Clara Ronsdorf
13 October 2023 – 7 January 2024
NEST, The Hague, Netherlands
We are proud to announce that the Fries Museum in Leeuwarden has acquired multiple works by Inge Meijer, a.o. the film Car Garden (2021).
27 October – 2 December 2023
Galeri Nev İstanbul, Istanbul, Turkey
In Its Own Shadow
Curated by Emre Baykal and Gizem Uslu Tümer
until 7 April 2024
Arter, Istanbul, Turkey
Museum Het Valkhof in Nijmegen has acquired Anne Wenzel’s immersive installation Under Construction, with generous support of the Mondrian Fund. Museum Het Valkhof is the first museum in The Netherlands to acquire a complete installation by Anne Wenzel.
Anne Wenzel and her team are in the final stages of the realization of the Razzia Monument, which will be unveiled publicly on Friday afternoon, 10 November. This event takes place 79 years after the first day of the raid in Rotterdam and Schiedam of November 1944. The Monument’s unveiling is open to the public.
Inauguration of the Razzia Monument
10 November 2023 – 3 pm
Parkkade 1, (across De Ballentent) Rotterdam, Netherlands
We are proud to announce that Imogen Stidworthy has been shortlisted for the Freelands Award 2023.
In 2025, Chapter will present a new body of immersive, multi-channel video and sound work by Imogen Stidworthy (b. 1963, London, UK). Exploring the concept of crisis, Stidworthy will draw on dialogue with patients and therapists, as well as field and embodied research, to explore radical therapies and mental health today.
Mellon Collaborative Fellowship for Arts Practice and Scholarship
June 2023 – June 2024
Gray Centre for Arts and Enquiry
University of Chicago, United States
Curated by Pádraic E. Moore
16 September – 15 December 2023
Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht, Netherlands
We are proud to announce that Museum Dordrecht has acquired a work on paper from the series ‘What kind of leader do we need?’ (2014) by Charlotte Schleiffert.
Furthermore, we are excited to announce that on the occasion of the travelling exhibition ‘Tolerance Test’, Rijksmuseum Twenthe, as well as the Drents Museum have acquired several monumental works on paper by Charlotte Schleiffert.
Residency and exhibition in the permanent collection
from 14 November 2023 onwards
Centre Pompidou, Paris, France
Curated by Mari Spirito
23 November, 4-7 pm
Alserkal Avenue, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
From 4 February 2024
Het Noordbrabants Museum, ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
A House of Ink
28 Sepember – 11 November 2023
Francesca Minini, Milan, Italy
Notes for Tomorrow
Curated by thirty curators from around the globe
1 April 2021 – 12 November 2023
EXTRA/ordinary | BIENALSUR 2023
Curated by Florencia Battiti & Fernando Farina
1 July – December 2023
MAR – Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Curated by Emre Baykal
4 May 2023 – 4 February 2024
Arter, Istanbul, Turkey
We are proud to share that the book ‘Two Diaries’ by Gluklya and Murad can now be ordered (via DM or email). The book covers the period in which Gluklya & Murad Zorava met in the Bijlmerbajes, when it was used both as an artists’ incubator and an asylum centre. Gluklya (Natalia Pershin- Yakimanskaya) is a visual and performance artist living and working in Amsterdam. Murad Zorava is a Kurdish activist and poet currently living in Europe.
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Published by Walther & Franz König
Editors Charles Esche & Ashley Maum
Producers Framer Framed & Van Abbemuseum
Designer Bardi Haliti
Made possible with support from Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, Mondriaan Fonds, Prinsbernhars Cultuur Fonds, AFK, Blue Square Gallery and AKINCI.
Drawing In Social Space
Curated by Kelly Chorpening, Renee Odjidja & Misty Ingham
22 September – 10 December 2023
Drawing Room, London, United Kingdom
14 October 2023 – 24 March 2024
Kunsthal Helmond, Netherlands
Of Gaia and Uranus
25 November – 23 December 2023
LG 60 Looiersgracht 60, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Moyna Flannigan has been awarded the Bryan Roberston Trust Award for 2023.
Established on the instructions of the late Bryan Robertson (director of the Whitechapel Gallery 1962-69, broadcaster, critic, curator and passionate enthusiast for the visual arts and contemporary dance).
Flannigan will use the grant to develop a new body of work which explores extending collage principles into other art forms.
Persijn Broersen & Margit Lukács
We’re very proud to announce that Centraal Museum Utrecht has acquired the immersive work ‘Fix the Variable, Exclude the Accidental, Eliminate the Impure, Unravel the Tangled, Discover the Unknown’ (2021) by Margit Lukács & Persijn Broersen. The acquisition was generously supported by the Mondriaan Fund 2020-2021 (commissioned by the museum).
Tomorrow is a Different Day
Collection exhibition from 1980 – now
Presenting Prime Time Paradise
Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Netherlands
We are extremely happy and proud that melanie bonajo has represented The Netherlands at the 59th Venice Biennale in 2022. bonajo has been working with a curatorial team consisting of Orlando Maaike Gouwenberg, Geir Haraldseth and Soraya Pol. The scenography is made in collaboration with Théo Demans.
When the body says Yes will be traveling to institutions outside the Netherlands. The journey started with FOMU, Antwerp and the next stops will be: KUMU Kunstimuuseum, Tallinn; IMMA, Dublin.
POLY. A Fluid Show
Curated by Solvej Helweg Ovesen
17 September 2023 – 25 February 2024
KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany