• Van Abbemuseum – Positions #4
    30 Jan 2019

    Van Abbemuseum – Positions #4

    For Positions #4 the Van Abbemuseum invited four artists; Gluklya (Natalia Pershina-Jakimanskaya), Naeem Mohaiemen and the duo Sandi Hilal & Alessandro Petti. These artists share a link to art as activism, and all use art as a basis to talk about the pressures produced by the burdens of history, injustice and political change. They tell stories about […]

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  • Stedelijk Contemporary: Jana Euler
    02 May 2017

    Stedelijk Contemporary: Jana Euler

    As part of the exhibition series Stedelijk Contemporary, the Stedelijk Museum presents Jana Euler: High in Amsterdam. The sky of Amsterdam by the German visual artist Jana Euler (1982), starting on the 20th of May. The exhibition consists of an installation in which both recent and new work is displayed, including the work entitled Amsterdam in the Sky, which was purchased by the […]

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  • Documenta 14
    02 May 2017

    Documenta 14

    For the first time in the history of documenta the art manifestation is presented in two cities. From the 8th of April until the 16th of July 2017 documenta 14: Learning From Athens is being presented in Athens and starting on the 10th of June and running until the 17th of September 2017 documenta will take place in Kassel. […]

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  • Thinging part III: Francesco Pedraglio – Scripting Anticlockwise
    02 May 2017

    Thinging part III: Francesco Pedraglio – Scripting Anticlockwise

    P/////AKT present their annual exhibition programme Thinging. The programme exists of a series of solo-exhibitions with new work from talented young artists. The opening of the exhibition Scripting Anticlockwise is on the 6th of May, with work based on storytelling from the Italian artist Francesco Pedraglio (1981). Pedraglio is connected to the art institution Progetto Diogene in Turin but is currently […]

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  • Mark Geffriaud: tweeduizend vijftien
    15 Nov 2016

    Mark Geffriaud: tweeduizend vijftien

    Witte de With Centre for Contemporary Art presents tweeduizend vijftien: a solo exhibition of Mark Geffriaud in the Netherlands. Tweeduizend vijftien is presented in the context of Para | Fictions which shows five solo exhibitions with new work of upcoming international talent. They are all asked to create new work, which expresses an interaction between the visual […]

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  • Sensory Spaces 10: Olaf Nicolai
    24 Oct 2016

    Sensory Spaces 10: Olaf Nicolai

    The tenth edition of the exhibitionseries Sensory Spaces shows site specific work of Olaf Nicolai. The works ‘Probestück 1, 2 and 3’ are made to fit in the space of the Willem van der Vorm Gallerij in Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. Olaf Nicolai investigates how apparent contradictions can be translated with different media: what if […]

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  • Pense-Bête V: Ana Navas
    24 Oct 2016

    Pense-Bête V: Ana Navas

    The fifth Pense-Bête exhibition in P//////AKT brings various recent work of Ana Navas together. The exhibition Placing a mirror at the entry is a gracious way to welcome wealth in questions in what way art can be seen as merchandise. Navas’ installation deals with themes as imitation and forgery. The exhibitionseries Pense-Bête exists of six […]

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  • Cécile B. Evans: What the Heart Wants
    07 Oct 2016

    Cécile B. Evans: What the Heart Wants

    De Hallen in Haarlem presents What the Heart Wants: a solo exhibition with new and renowned work of the Belgian-American artist Cécile B. Evans. Commisioned by the museum Evans made the video-installation What the Heart Wants, in which she presents a scenario for the future with an omnipotent system with human characteristics named HYPER. In […]

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  • Melanie Bonajo: Night Soil
    07 Oct 2016

    Melanie Bonajo: Night Soil

    Foam presents Night Soil, the first major museum solo exhibition of Melanie Bonajo. Melanie Bonajo (1978) lives in Amsterdam and New York, where she works on a trilogy of experimental films since 2012. In each of these three Night Soil films Bonajo explores a social-cultural phenomenon that often exist outsides the norms of the regular […]

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  • Celluloid
    07 Oct 2016

    Celluloid

    In Celluloid EYE presents work of the international group of artists Tacita Dean, João Maria Gusmão & Pedro Paiva, Rosa Barba, Sandra Gibson & Luis Recoder. The artists present different characteristics of the 16mm and 35mm-film. Among others, part of the exhibition is a eight meter high installation titled FILM (2011) made by Tacita Dean, […]

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  • Fiona Tan: Geography of Time
    07 Oct 2016

    Fiona Tan: Geography of Time

    Geography of Time is the first major mid-career exhibition of the established artist Fiona Tan (Sumatra, 1966). Fiona is currently based in the Netherlands. The exhibition presents both earlier major works, such as the double projection, Rise and Fall (2009), and her most recent work. Tan is developing an installation environment that compliments the architecture […]

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  • Hercules Segers Wonderland
    07 Oct 2016

    Hercules Segers Wonderland

    Together with the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Rijksmuseum organises the exhibition Hercules Segers Wonderland. The Rijksmuseum has the largest collection of Segers work in the world. The exhibition includes these works alongside (inter)national loans from London, Dresden, Paris and Berlin, amongst others to provide an overview of Seger’s work which is […]

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  • Magali Reus
    07 Jul 2016

    Magali Reus

    The solo exhibition of Magali Reus shows new sculptures created especially for this exhibition. Using new high-tech techniques and ‘clean’ materials, and for her interest in mass-produced products and everyday architecture in the world around us, Reus is one of the most notable exponents of contemporary sculpture. Although her sculptures may often appear remote and […]

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  • Mohamed Bourouissa: Horseday
    07 Jul 2016

    Mohamed Bourouissa: Horseday

    The project Horseday shows photographs, films and some sculptures of Mohamed Bourouissa (Bilda, 1978). For this project the French-Algerian artist worked together with a local community in Philadelpia (USA). Fascinated by the roll of horsemen, stalls and horses have there in black community, Bourouissa organised a competition for the best dressed up horse. The images […]

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  • Jon Rafman: I have ten thousand compound eyes and each is named suffering
    07 Jul 2016

    Jon Rafman: I have ten thousand compound eyes and each is named suffering

    The Canadian artist Jon Rafman (Montréal, 1981) created an world where avatars and online subcultures from the internet in the exhibition I have ten thousand compound eyes and each is named suffering. Fascinated by the endless possibilities of the internet and the way this changes us, Rafman makes videowork and installations. Like a visual anthropologist, Jon Rafman delves […]

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  • Bernadette Corporation: Multiplyplex
    07 Jul 2016

    Bernadette Corporation: Multiplyplex

    In the exhibitions Multiplyplex presents different videoworks, photographs, fashiondesigns and a sculpture of the artist collective Bernadette Corporation in a new context. With an emphasis on works from the mid nineties untill the middle of 2000. The Bernadette Corporation is adressing the fashion-, film- and magazineindustry since 1994. By acting as a professional company, the collective is […]

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  • Avery Singer: Scenes
    07 Jul 2016

    Avery Singer: Scenes

    With the exhibition Scenes, the work of Avery Singer (New York, 1987) is made visible for the first time in the Netherlands. Singer is known for her technical complicated monochrome paintings,  where iconographic traditions are put together. She also uses other digital tools that give her work a sense of threedimensionality. In this way Singer designs complex […]

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  • Stefan Cammeraat en Thomas Swinkels: Every Time Two Fools Collide
    07 Jul 2016

    Stefan Cammeraat en Thomas Swinkels: Every Time Two Fools Collide

    In the programme P////AKTPOOL short solo exhibitions are organised to offer young, talented and resent graduated artists a chance to show their work. In Every Time Two Fools Collide, Stefan Cammeraat and Thomas Swinkels cooporate. They made the rules for this exhibition together. Cammeraat as well as Swinkels will show three works of their own […]

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  • Sensory Spaces 9: Beni Bischof
    05 Jul 2016

    Sensory Spaces 9: Beni Bischof

    In the 9th edition of Sensory Spaces, the Swiss artist Beni Bischof makes a total disordening installation. De visitor walks through a labyrinth of hallways with open and closed doors, spaces where chaos is prevailing. In the threedimensional installation all different media come together, including painting, Bischofs secret love. The installation of Bischof can be considered […]

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