Marie-Claire Messouma Manlanbien

Marie-Claire Messouma Manlanbien

Ten Thousand Suns

24th Biennale of Sydney

9 March – 10 June, 2024

White Bay Power Station, Sydney, Australia

Spuiten en stikken

4 July — 8 September, 2024

Centraal Museum, Utrecht, Netherlands

In Schitterend Licht / In Brilliant Light

Curated by Azu Nwagbogu

20 December, 2023 – 31 October, 2024

Wereldmuseum Leiden, Netherlands

La Biennale di Venezia | 60th international art exhibition

Presenting Ivory Coast with the exhibition The Blue Note

Curated by Simon Njami

20 April – 24 November, 2024

Centro Culturale Don Orione Artigianelli, Venice, Italy

Manifesta 15 Barcelona Metropolitana

8 September – 24 November, 2024

Barcelona, Spain

Future Generation Art Prize
Shortlisted and part of the group exhibition

August, 2024 (exhibition) & October, 2024 (award ceremony)

PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv, Ukraine

Lungiswa Gqunta

Lungiswa Gqunta

We proudly announce that the video film Feet Under Fire by Lungiswa Gqunta will be on view at the Servais Family Collection, Brussels.

 

THE VIEW

the 2024-2025 presentation of the Family Servais Collection

Curated by Nicolaus Schafhausen

26 – 28 April, 2024

The Loft, Brussels, Belgium

Collectie Centraal

From 16 December, 2023 onwards

Centraal Museum Utrecht, Netherlands

Tongues of Fire

Curated by Adam Kleinman & Katrine Elise Agpalza Pedersen

22 February – 5 May, 2024

Kunsthall Trondheim, Norway

Feet Under Fire: On Dispossession

Curated by Miguel A. López

1 February – 19 May, 2024

MAC Panama, Panama City, Panama

To Echo a Shadow

Curated by Marquita Flowers and Clare Patrick

9 March  – 19 May, 2024

NXTHVN, New Haven, United States

 

Molly Palmer

Molly Palmer

Amulet

Film commission and digital artist in residence for Mysticism in the Chthulucene

Curated by Maia Kenney for The Couch

6 July, 2024: launch with screening and performance by Sancha Meca Castro

Het Hem, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Ruby Swinney

Ruby Swinney

Handle With Care

18 March – 31 December, 2024

Espacio SOLO, Madrid, Spain

Inge Meijer

Inge Meijer

We are very proud to announce the publication of Inge Meijer’s book The MoMA Plant Collection. It includes 340 photographs and drawings of exhibitions at the New York institution, in which plants feature among the works. Inge Meijer wants to render museum plants visible once again, to make us aware of their real as well as metaphrical importance. 

The book is now available for purchase at the gallery. 

 

112 pages

ISBN 9789464460537

Price €32

renan@akinci.nl (for orders)

 

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).  

 

EARTH – A collective landscape

From 18 September onwards

AkzoNobel Art Space, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Moving Closer

Solo exhibition & residency

12 February – 7 September, 2024

Viervaart, Groede, Netherlands

Cevdet Erek

Cevdet Erek

Unselfing

Curated by Rebekka Seubert

4 February – 12 May, 2024

Dortmund Kunstverein, Dortmund, Germany

Damals nicht, jetzt nicht, niemals!

22 March – 20 May, 2024

Kunsthalle Rostock, Rostock, Germany

Trigger
– 2

The Mardin BiennialCurated by Ali Akay

Curated by Ali Akay

10 May – 10 June, 2024

Mardin, Turkey

All Things Become Islands Before My Senses

Organized by Perasma

30 June – 18 August, 2024

Multiple locations on Leros Island, Greece

Anne Wenzel

Anne Wenzel

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. 

Documentary Wenzel Vecht 
Directed by Charlotte Meijer for OPEN Rotterdam

Meijer follows Wenzel as she sculpts the Razzia monument (2023)

Fuga’s en Pimpelmezen
Curated by Els Vermeersch
8 June – 29 September, 2024

Museumhuis Lucien De Gheus, Poperinge, Belgium

Faire corps
19 May – 3 November, 2024
Fondation Villa Datris, L’isle-sur-la-Sorgue, France

Imogen Stidworthy

Imogen Stidworthy

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.

Voicing on the borders of language

doctoral studies and research

PhD finished on 25 September 2020

Malmö Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts

Lund University, Sweden

Radical Therapy

Mellon Collaborative Fellowship for Arts Practice and Scholarship

June 2023 – June 2024

Gray Centre for Arts and Enquiry

University of Chicago, United States

The Myth of Normal. Chronic Contradictions

Curated by Mirela Baciak

9 May – 30 June, 2024

Salzburg Kunstverein, Salzburg, Austria

The Myth of Normal

Curated by Christoph Platz

4 May – 17 July, 2024

Kunstverein Hannover, Germany

Charlotte Schleiffert

Charlotte Schleiffert

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. 

Tolerance Test

23 January – 21 April, 2024

Museum Arnhem, Netherlands

Liefde voor tekenen

6 July – 15 September, 2024

Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, Schiedam, Netherlands

Tolerance Test

14 July – 29 September, 2024

Museum Het Nieuwe Domein, Sittard, Netherlands

Stéphanie Saadé

Stéphanie Saadé

Présence

Residency and exhibition in the permanent collection

from 14 November 2023 onwards

Centre Pompidou, Paris, France

A Yellow Sun, A Green Sun, A Yellow Sun, A Red Sun, A Blue Sun | Echoes through the Mediterraneans

Curated by Chiara Ianeselli

9 May – 26 May, 2024

Maxxi Museum, Rome, Italy

Imagine Home

Curated by Nina Folkersma

3 February – 2 June, 2024

Het Noordbrabants Museum, ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands

Spuiten en stikken

4 July — 8 September, 2024

Centraal Museum, Utrecht, Netherlands

Intimate Garden Scene (in Beirut)

Organized by Ashkal Alwan in the context of Home Works 9

30 November, 2023 – November, 2024

Sursock Museum, Beirut, Lebanon

Zbigniew Rogalski

Zbigniew Rogalski

Constellations
6 April – 18 May, 2024

Raster Gallery, Warsaw, Poland

Miguel Angel Rios

Miguel Angel Rios

The work Pleats and borders #2 has been included in the book Schema: World as Diagram by Marlborough gallery

A Subtle Remainder

Curated by Clara Prat-Gay

6 April – 26 May, 2024

Hessel Museum of Art, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, United States

What’s Mine, What’s Yours

20 April – 15 June, 2024

Galería La Cometa Miami, Miami, United States

Axel Hütte

Axel Hütte

EARTH – A collective landscape

From 18 September onwards

AkzoNobel Art Space, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Räume

solo exhibition

From 31 May, 2024

Galerie Wilma Tolksdorf, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

 

Ali Kazma

Ali Kazma

UTOPIA. Keep on Moving

Curated by Diana Wechsler

3 May – 26 May, 2024

Akademie der Künste, Berlin, Germany

The Mardin Biennial

Curated by Ali Akay

10 May – 10 June, 2024

Mardin, Turkey

Vertigo | Video Scenarios of Rapid Changes | The mutations of society in video art

Curated by Urs Stahel

10 February – 30 June, 2024

MAST, Bologna, Italy

Regenerative Futures

Curated by Nathalie Guiot and Yann Chateigné Tytelman

13 April – 28 September, 2024

Fondation Thalie, Brussels, Belgium

Orhan Pamuk | The Consolation of Things

Curated by Melanie Vietmeier and Matthias Mühling.
17 May – 13 October, 2024

Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, München, Germany

Juul Hondius

Juul Hondius

We’re proud to announce that Juul Hondius’ film To Unveil a Star has recieved the award for the best essay at the 40th Festival Films on Art (le FIFA) in Montréal, CA. 

Gluklya

Gluklya

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.

 

Pages 240

ISBN 9783753302867

Price €25

renan@akinci.nl (for orders)

 

 

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.

 

Open Ateliers Jordaan

Performance and screening

18 May- 20 May, 2024

Studio Gluklya (Marnixstraat), Amsterdam, Netherlands

The Body Implied: The Vanishing Figure in Soviet Art

Curated by Stephanie Dvareckas

6 March – 15 September, 2024

Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick, United States

Roger Cremers

Roger Cremers

1 en 1 is 1

17 May – 16 June, 2024

Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Moyna Flannigan

Moyna Flannigan

Moyna Flannigan has been selected among the 100 aritists for their important contribution to the medium of Collage within the past 5 years.

 

Vitamin C+ will feature around 100 international artists and will include an introductory essay by Yuval Etgar, a curator and art historian who has written extensively on the history and theory of collage, authoring books including ‘John Stezaker: At the Edge of Pictures’ (2020) and ‘The Ends of Collage’ (2017).

 

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.

 

Would you be worried if one of these Scottish people ceased to exist

Glasgow International

8 June – 22 June, 2024

Govan Project Space, Glasgow, Scotland

Museum of Memory

28 April – 18 August, 2024

Museum Arnhem, Netherlands

Edinburgh Art Festival 2024

9 August – 25 August, 2024

City Dome, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland

Frontiers: Painting in Scotland Now

Curated by Robbie Bushe RSA and Flora La Thangue

3 August – 8 September, 2024

Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

 

Persijn Broersen & Margit Lukács

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

Persijn Broersen and Margit Lukács: Forest Fictions
Curated by Crystal Mowry
15 February – 13 May, 2024
MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

I Wan’na Be Like You

Part of exhibition series Hallelujah! Actuele Altaarstukken

6 April  – 26 May, 2024

Grote Kerk Alkmaar, Netherlands

Mined Field

Curated by Evelyn Marquez

15 March – 30 May, 2024

Pasaje17, Buenos Aires, Argentina

De Lusten van Engelbrecht

26 April – 25 August, 2024

Stedelijk Museum Breda, Netherlands

The architecture of Staged Realities
Curated by Saskia van Stein and Fabrizio Gallanti
28 March – 6 October, 2024

arc en rêve, centre d’architecture, Bordeaux, France

Veranderland

Curated by Helewise Berger & Ranti Tjan

6 July –  27 October, 2024

Het Noordbrabants Museum, ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands

Journeys
Curated by Astrid Hulsmann
13 September – 3 November, 2024

Breda Photo Festival, Breda, Netherlands

15th Gwangju Biennale

7 September –  1 December, 2024

Gwanju, Korea

Feel the Space of the Forest

Curated by Anne Berk

5 October, 2024 – 12 January, 2025

Art Centre Silkeborg Bad, Silkeborg, Denmark

Denn in den Wäldern sind Dinge

Curated by Simone Kobler& Gaillard Céline

24 November, 2024- 2 February, 2025

Stiftung Kunst(Zeug)Haus, Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland

melanie bonajo

melanie bonajo

The video installation TouchMETell, 2019 by melanie bonajo allows children (and adults) to think and talk about intimacy, their limits and body awareness. melanie bonajo and a group of children aged 6-8 investigate how they experience their own body and physical contact with others.

In addition to the Museum acquisition of TouchMETell, melanie bonajo realised a version with children from Korea in collaboration with SeMA: TouchMETell_02, which will be donated to the Museum in April, 2024.

 

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 has and will be traveling to (international) museum venues. The journey started at FOMU, Antwerp and KUMU Kunstimuuseum, Tallinn. The next stop will be: Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam; IMMA – The Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin.

melanie bonajo | School of Lovers

Curated by Yasmin Naderi Afschar

8 March – 16 June, 2024

Kunsthalle Mainz, Mainz, Germany

Snakken naar Boijmans

Presenting in the Bodon Space When the body says Yes

Curated by Annemartine van Kesteren

1 June – 7 July, 2024

Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Dierenleven

Presenting Progress vs. Sunsets

Curated by Joanna Zielinska

7 June – 22 September, 2024

M HKA, Antwerp, Belgium

melanie bonajo | When the body says Yes

Curated by Mary Cremin and Georgie Thompson

26 July – 27 October, 2024

Baroque Chapel, IMMA, Dublin, Ireland

Fort Biennale 01: In the Body of Language

Presenting Night Soil – Economy of Love

Curated by Ulrike Buck and Margareth Kaserer

6 July – 10 November, 2024

Festung Franzensfeste, South Tyrol, Italy

melanie bonajo. The (m)other

Presenting progress vs. (m)other

Curated by Amely Deiss, commisioned by Kunstpalais Erlangen

31 March – 31 June, 2025

Kunstpalais, Museum für zeitgenössische Kunst Erlangen, Germany

melanie bonajo: progress vs. (m)other

Curated by Anni Venäläinen

26 September, 2025 – 1 March, 2026

Pori Art Museum, Pori, Finland