The curatorial framework of sonsbeek20→24, centered around labour and its sonicities, connects a millenary history crossing times and geographies to the present moment, through a multitude of voices, sounds, and ripples.
With a.o. Eva Pel, Bas Kosters, Enrico Garzaro, Ildikó Horváth and Oscar Peters. The upcoming edition of the fair will, as always, demonstrate the diversity of the visual arts. We showcase unseen and up-and-coming talents as well as established artists. At the fair you come across visual arts in a variety of media: from painting to performances and from video to photography.
Official Website Coming Soon is behind the scenes of a website's buildup (cultural institution's website, to be more specific). Three operational bodies operate on three different stages to bring about the official website, in times when documentation is the most important.
Throughout the last year, Hotel Maria Kapel curatorial resident Danai Giannoglou, while developing Missing Homes, has been considering the less discussed, less cozy, more tangible conditions of home with Arie de Fijter, Sarah Naqvi, and Paky Vlassopoulou, as well as Shreya de Souza and Mylou Oord (organizers of the Queer Choir Amsterdam together with Sarah Naqvi). Meanwhile, Setareh Noorani and Matt Plezier develop the parallel program Shelter in place / Shelter in solidarity. Together, they inhabit a house that is not a home and make themselves at home – only temporarily – inside the building of the chapel and the city of Hoorn.
The Princessehof National Museum of Ceramics in Leeuwarden will present the wide-ranging exhibition Human After All: Ceramic Reflections in Contemporary Art. Internationally established artists and up-and-coming talents from both the East and West will exhibit sculptures and installations ranging from the absurdist films of artist duo Djurberg and Berg (1978, Sweden) to the tree of life by Kris Lemsalu (1985, Estonia). All the works revolve around the complexity of human nature: La Condition Humaine, humanity with all its limitations, insecurities and self-confidence, beauty or cruelty.
The two superheroines 3 Boobs Girl and Tarantula Girl get a call that something is seriously wrong on Planet Earth. A mysterious slime is spreading in Amsterdam city, killing people by sexing them to death! Together they set off on a mission to save the earthlings.
Slimapocalypse is a feminist twist on the classical superhero story, turning into a musical tinted with erotica. An inspiring and powerful story about love, friendship, lust and slime; a story in which even the villain reveals tears and anxieties. 14+ age recommendation
Closer to the water or Poet on the Water is a 1.5 km tour along the work of twelve artists, around the Enserkerk on the former island of Schokland.
POST-POST is an art platform in Rotterdam that focuses on playfulness and consciousness in art.