Inge Meijer

Inge Meijer

De Best Verzorgde Boeken 2019

3 October – 1 November, 2020

Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, NL


The Plant Collection has been selected for The Best Dutch Book Designs 2019. The thirty-three books selected can be admired in an exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, to be held in the autumn, coinciding with the publication of this year’s catalogue.

Pass it on

27 November 2020 – 28 February 2021

Fotodok, Utrecht, NL

MarocCultureNL via Mondriaan Foundation

22 – 27 March, 2021

Marocco, MA

A Biography of Daphne

June – September 2021

Australian Center of Contemporary Art, Melbourne, AU

Residency Kunsthuis Syb

21 June – 31 July, 2021

Kunsthuis Syb, Beesterzwaag, NL

Spaces of exhibitions

4 November, 2021

La Maréchalerie, Versailles, FR

Albrecht Schnider

Albrecht Schnider

solo exhibition

29 May – 15 August, 2021

Kunstmuseum Thun, CH

Beyond The Vanished 
A documentary by Rita Ziegler
Switzerland / Germany, 2019, 77 min, OmE



disturbance: witch

curated by Alba D’Urbano and Olga Vostretsova

10 September – 27 December, 2020

ZAK, Center for Contemporary Art, Berlin, DE

Persijn Broersen & Margit Lukács

Persijn Broersen & Margit Lukács

Kasseler Dokfest  (online festival)

18 – 27 November, 2020

Rubble: A Matter of Time

26 June – 13 September, 2020 (postponed)

Toi O Tamaki / Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland, NZ

… and the FORESTs will echo with laughter …

27 June, 2020 – 31 July, 2021

ERES-Stiftung, Munich, DE

On Earth – imaging, technology and the natural world

2 October, 2020 – 3 February, 2021

Le Lieu Unique, Nantes, FR

Shaping the Invisible World

21 January – 14 March, 2021

HeK, House of Electronic Arts, Basel, CH

The Architecture of Staged Realities

1 May – 31 October, 2021

Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam, NL

Forest on Location

1 May – 30 June, 2021

A Space Gallery, Toronto, CA

Over de noodzaak van tuinieren

19 June- 19 September, 2021

Centraal Museum, Utrecht, NL

Rettet den Wald! 

25 June – 19 September, 2021

Museum Het Valkof, Nijmegen, NL

Melanie Bonajo

Melanie Bonajo

We are extremely happy and proud to announce that Melanie Bonajo will represent The Netherlands at the 59th Venice Biennale in 2022. Melanie will be working with a curatorial team consisting of Maaike Gouwenberg, Geir Haraldseth and Soraya Pol. The work will be presented at the Chiesetta della Misericordia in the Cannaregio neighbourhood in Venice.


Click here for the press release on the website of the Mondriaan Fonds.

Musrara Festival (Fake Paradise and Nocturnal Gardening)

curator Vera Korman, Dana Sahar

15 – 17 December, 2020

Jerusalem, IL

On Earth – imaging, technology and the natural world

Opening 1 October, 2020

2 October, 2020 – 3 January, 2021

Le Lieu Unique, Nantes, FR

Empathie. Geen mens is een eiland.

curated by Imke Ruigrok

12 September, 2020 – 31 January, 2021

Museum Ijsselstijn, NL

Joseph Beuys und die Shamanen

(Night Soil / Nocturnal Gardening and Matrix Botanica)

curated by Barbara Strieder, Oliver Kretschmann

2 May – 29 August, 2021

Museum Schloss Moyland, Bedburg – Hau, DL

A I S T I T / coming to our senses (TouchMETell)

1 January, 2021 – 31 January, 2022

Berlin, Brussels, London, Paris, Helsinki (multiple locations)

Modern Love

(Night soil / Economy of Love)

curated by Katerina Gregos

2 October, 2020 – 18 April, 2021

Museum für Neue Kunst, Freiburg, DE


11 June – 5 September, 2021

Talinn Art Hall, EE

accessible worldwide through the Virtual Exhibition Platform
named as “best on-the-fly digital exhibition conversions” by NY Times


autumn/winter, 2021/22

IMPAKT, Utrecht, NL

Bodies of Water. The 13th Shanghai Biennale.

curated by Andrés Jaque

10 November, 2020 – 18 June, 2021

Power Station of Art, Shanghai, CN

The Institute of Things to Come

curated by Valerio del Baglivo


Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Torino, IT

Rauw. De afkeer van idealisering.

18 December, 2021 – 10 April, 2022

Rembrandthuis, Amsterdam, NL