Annet Gelink Gallery

Annet Gelink Gallery Founded in 2000, Annet Gelink Gallery is now one of the leading Dutch contemporary art-galleries with an international reputation.
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Annet Gelink Gallery has gained an international reputation as an early promoter of a generation of young artists. Opened in 2000 the gallery quickly conquered a leading position in the Dutch art scene. Yael Bartana
Ed van der Elsken
Alicia Framis
Anya Gallaccio
Ryan Gander
Roger Hiorns
Sharon Houkema
Carla Klein
Meiro Koizumi
Kiki Lamers
Erik van Lieshout
David Maljkovic
Dan McCarthy
Jenny Perlin


Bradley Pitts
Liza May Post
Muzi Quawson
Sarah van Sonsbeeck
Glenn Sorensen
Barbara Visser
Marijke van Warmerdam
Erik Wesselo

Still available ! Meiro Koizumi made this t-shirt in collaboration  Available through our webshop or come by at the gall...
14/11/2023

Still available ! Meiro Koizumi made this t-shirt in collaboration Available through our webshop or come by at the gallery!

SAVE THE DATE Bertien van Manen - Hidden in another world⁠in The Bakery⁠opening opening Friday November 17, 5-7pm⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠...
09/11/2023

SAVE THE DATE Bertien van Manen - Hidden in another world⁠
in The Bakery⁠
opening opening Friday November 17, 5-7pm⁠






SAVE THE DATE Rezi van Lankveld - Imprint⁠opening Friday November 17, 5-7pm⁠⁠⁠
08/11/2023

SAVE THE DATE Rezi van Lankveld - Imprint⁠
opening Friday November 17, 5-7pm⁠


Studio visit at Rezi van Lankveld's in preparation of her upcoming show. ⁠More info soon⁠⁠⁠⁠
05/11/2023

Studio visit at Rezi van Lankveld's in preparation of her upcoming show. ⁠
More info soon⁠



Maria Barnas I saw all the mirrors⁠2023a spatial poemcommissioned by⁠Stedelijk Museum Alkmaar⁠Alkmaar, NL⁠⁠on view until...
30/09/2023

Maria Barnas
I saw all the mirrors⁠
2023

a spatial poem

commissioned by⁠
Stedelijk Museum Alkmaar⁠
Alkmaar, NL⁠

on view until 3.03.2024⁠








MEIRO KOIZUMI | Good Machine Bad Machine - on view until October 28, 2023Meiro Koizumiph. GJ van Roij
16/09/2023

MEIRO KOIZUMI | Good Machine Bad Machine - on view until October 28, 2023

Meiro Koizumi
ph. GJ van Roij

On view until May 20A bee’s wing dropping onto your cheek with works by Rinella Alfonso, Leo Arnold, Minne Kersten, Joss...
04/05/2023

On view until May 20

A bee’s wing dropping onto your cheek
with works by Rinella Alfonso, Leo Arnold, Minne Kersten, Josse Pyl and Vanguard’s guest artists Jin Haofan and Chen Xingye

in The Bakery
Ella Reistma.Snoep | A Journey Through Plants

Annet Gelink Gallery is proud to present A bee’s wing dropping onto your cheek , a group exhibition that celebrates the first collaboration with Vanguard Gallery, Shanghai (CN). On view are new works by Rinella Alfonso, Leo Arnold, Minne Kersten, Josse Pyl and Vanguard’s guest artists Jin Haofan...

  ⁠Annet Gelink Gallert is happy to announce the screening of Yael Bartana's film Two Minutes to Midnight (2021) in The ...
12/01/2023


Annet Gelink Gallert is happy to announce the screening of Yael Bartana's film Two Minutes to Midnight (2021) in The Bakery. ⁠

In the film, an all-female government discusses unilateral disarmament. While peace and disarmament are the main tenets of this government, a hostile country is expanding its nuclear stockpiles. During the discussion, a group of actual specialists, including defence advisers, soldiers, lawyers, peace activists, humanitarians, and politicians, join the government, which is made up of actors. Although the setting is a copy of Stanley Kubrick's so-called War Room from Dr. Strangelove (1964), the film's content is its opposite: In Bartana's Peace Room, it is women who lead the discussion, and food is served by men with bared torsos. As the government and experts exchange ideas about war, security, and inequality, tensions escalate with the enemy nation. The work is the final part of Bartana's transdisciplinary series, similarly titled What if Women Ruled the World?⁠

More info via link in bio 🔗⁠



  We are happy to announce Wouter Paijmans’ first solo show in the gallery, Haberdashery, following his presentation in ...
11/01/2023

We are happy to announce Wouter Paijmans’ first solo show in the gallery, Haberdashery, following his presentation in The Bakery in 2019.⁠

In his practice, Wouter Paijmans focuses on the substantive and visual features of Western consumer society, such as abandoned shops, surplus stock, and imitation clothing. Originally trained as a painter, he exchanged the brush for needle and thread. After his so-called 'confection paintings', for which he used 'original' work as a blueprint for replicas, he searched for more freedom and less boredom in the production of his work and came across so-called samplers: little embroideries made as a test and signpost of one's qualities in needlework. He uses these samplers, that he finds in his own family archive or regional companies, not as blueprints for endless copies, but as starting points to build on. Together, the works form a narrative of the artist's process and improvement, and lead back to Paijman's original area of interest: efficiency in the production of art.⁠

Work:⁠
Wouter Paijmans⁠
Haberdashery-Rocky Glen (detail), 2022⁠
Leather, haberdashery⁠
200 x 160 cm⁠

More info via the link in bio 🔗⁠





# samplers

Wouter Paijmans, 2021⁠⁠tent, nylon ripstop, zipper, tent accessory, polyester hoody’s, 140x160x140 cm⁠⁠⁠⁠Wouter Paijmans...
22/03/2021

Wouter Paijmans, 2021⁠⁠
tent, nylon ripstop, zipper, tent accessory, polyester hoody’s, 140x160x140 cm⁠⁠
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Wouter Paijmans exchanged the paintbrush for needle and thread. The melancholy of abandoned stores, empty shop windows, sales of redundant stock and imitation clothing are reoccurring elements of mass consumption that appear in his works.⁠⁠
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The artist teases himself into boredom by reproducing copies of mundane textile objects. This methodology of repeatedly making the same introduces the notion of ‘confection’: the use of ‘original’ work as a blueprint for ‘imitations’. Paijmans acts both as the sewer as well as the manager of his own sweatshop. ⁠⁠
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Ed van der Elsken, Guadalajara, Mexico, 1960⁠⁠⁠⁠Happy Sunday 💐⁠⁠⁠⁠This beautiful photograph from Ed Van Der Elske's Swee...
14/03/2021

Ed van der Elsken, Guadalajara, Mexico, 1960⁠⁠
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Happy Sunday 💐⁠⁠
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This beautiful photograph from Ed Van Der Elske's Sweet Life is part of our online show on . Head over the link in bio for more ↑⁠⁠
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Roger Hiorns, Untitled, 2021⁠⁠⁠⁠Beautiful special edition by ! ⁠⁠⁠⁠In hopeful anticipation of spring, Annet Gelink Galle...
07/03/2021

Roger Hiorns, Untitled, 2021⁠⁠
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Beautiful special edition by ! ⁠⁠
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In hopeful anticipation of spring, Annet Gelink Gallery is proud to present the release of a special edition by Roger Hiorns.⁠⁠
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Hiorns' reinterprets his 2004 work 'Leaving London', to produce a series of works that explore ideas about the re-expression of archetypes. Hiorns uses the form of male genitalia, to create a semi-abstract totem. In so doing, the work presents a talisman of abundance and good will that imagines the representation of a part of the body, re-drawn as a type of directional map towards a future that encourages the wider use of our bodies. The works is both a sign and intention.⁠⁠
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The series encompasses 20 unique works, each circa 70 x 60 x 15 cm. Each edition is available for €795 incl. VAT.⁠⁠
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To reserve your work please email us at [email protected]. First come, first serve.

☕️🗞 Read about this amazing group of Black women artists, among which Steffani Jemison
27/02/2021

☕️🗞 Read about this amazing group of Black women artists, among which Steffani Jemison

Its influence has never loomed larger.

Now on Gallery Viewer ✨
05/02/2021

Now on Gallery Viewer ✨

De misttekeningen van Meiro Koizumi onthullen taboes en complexiteit |

Read about art and science in the latest selection of works on Gallery Viewer curated by Galeriereporter, featuring a wo...
30/01/2021

Read about art and science in the latest selection of works on Gallery Viewer curated by Galeriereporter, featuring a work by Sarah van Sonsbeeck ✨

This collection connects two of my great intellectual loves: art and science. In the past, I wrote my bachelor's thesis on the scientific...

☕️📰Morning reading with the interview to winner of the second annual Robby Müller Award Kelly Reichardt on de Volkskrant...
29/01/2021

☕️📰Morning reading with the interview to winner of the second annual Robby Müller Award Kelly Reichardt on de Volkskrant.

Each year on the occasion of the International Film Festival Rotterdam - IFFR, the award honors a filmmaker, visual artist or director of photography who throughout their oeuvre has created an authentic, credible and emotionally striking visual language, in the spirit of the late Robby Müller.⁠

De eigenzinnige Amerikaanse regisseur (56) is hoofdgast op het International Film Festival Rotterdam en geldt met haar nieuwe film First Cow als Os...

The exhibition 'Valentino: Re-Signify, Part One' featuring Polaroids by Robby Müller, is among the brilliant things to d...
13/01/2021

The exhibition 'Valentino: Re-Signify, Part One' featuring Polaroids by Robby Müller, is among the brilliant things to do this January for AnOther!

The show at the 上海当代艺术博物馆 Powerstation of Art, Shanghai is open until Saturday, January 17

Check out the article:
https://www.anothermag.com/design-living/13034/brilliant-things-to-do-this-january-exhibitions-films-food-drink-2020?utm_campaign=later-linkinbio-anothermagazine&utm_content=later-13355542&utm_medium=social&utm_source=instagram

2021 is here, and while lockdown is still in place for many, we've compiled a list of excellent things to eat, watch, and at the very least look forward to doing this month

Now online the column curated by Galleryviewer on Het Parool with Awoiska van der Molen's work among the choices by Rode...
05/01/2021

Now online the column curated by Galleryviewer on Het Parool with Awoiska van der Molen's work among the choices by Roderick van der Lee

Wat vinden kunstliefhebbers mooi? Waar kopen ze kunst en vooral: wat kopen ze? Roderick van der Lee (42), directeur van fotobeurs Unseen, bezoekt h...

🎉We are very proud of representing Meiro Koizumi, nominated by Artsy among the 10 Japanese artists shaping Contemporary ...
24/12/2020

🎉We are very proud of representing Meiro Koizumi, nominated by Artsy among the 10 Japanese artists shaping Contemporary Art.

Yurie Nagashima, Tadasu Takamine, and Yuko Mohri, among others, are expanding narratives around Japanese art.

🎧   Can photography save us from ourselves? Prix Pictet has invited Awoiska van der Molen among the leading photographer...
23/12/2020

🎧 Can photography save us from ourselves? Prix Pictet has invited Awoiska van der Molen among the leading photographers to consider the power of the photograph in exploring the urgent environmental and social issues facing humanity today.

Can photography save us from ourselves? Leading photographers consider the power of the photograph to explore the urgent environmental and social issues facing humanity today. From the Prix Pictet…

19/12/2020

Opening today, Valentino Resignify show at Power of Art in Shanghai features a selection of works by
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10/12/2020

New work by Antonis Pittas will be on view in the exhibition 'Refresh Amsterdam', opening tomorrow Friday 11 December at Amsterdam Museum

Be sure to catch it!

"‘Ed van der Elsken: Crazy World’ trains its focus on the working practice that makes the narratives in his photo-books ...
03/12/2020

"‘Ed van der Elsken: Crazy World’ trains its focus on the working practice that makes the narratives in his photo-books so compelling – and so unmistakably his. Displayed across two rooms are clusters of individual black-and-white prints, primarily from the 1950s and ’60s, that take a variety of approaches to the same subject, demonstrating Van der Elsken’s search for the perfect shot."

Wonderful article in Apollo Magazine on Ed van der Elsken's work and the exhibition 'Crazy World' on view at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam!

https://www.apollo-magazine.com/dutch-photographer-ed-van-der-elsken-rijksmuseum/

The globe-trotting Dutch photographer was always on the lookout for a good picture – and took some 100,000 of them

What a nice story for this Amsterdam Art Gallery Weekend: the lady in the picture, photographed by Ed van der Elsken in ...
29/11/2020

What a nice story for this Amsterdam Art Gallery Weekend: the lady in the picture, photographed by Ed van der Elsken in 1983 has been found

Galleries are open today from 12:00-17:00 hrs! Or view our live program at the Stedelijk YouTube channel from 12:00-16:00.
Fun Fact: on Friday we received a phone call from the lady who is pictured on our poster. She’s now in her 70s and she was very delighted to see her photo all over town 40 years later.
Image courtesy of Annet Gelink Gallery

📢 NOW LIVE STREAMINGIf you cannot join us at the gallery, be sure to tune in YouTube for a special coverage of the Amste...
28/11/2020

📢 NOW LIVE STREAMING

If you cannot join us at the gallery, be sure to tune in YouTube for a special coverage of the Amsterdam Art Gallery Weekend, streaming live on Stedelijk Museum channel!

Online Program: Amsterdam Art x Stedelijk Museum LIVE Amsterdam Art and the Stedelijk Museum come together this week for all-inclusive online coverage of the...

David Maljkovic, THE EVENING EDITION, 2020On the occasion of the .Art Gallery Weekend, Annet Gelink Gallery is releasing...
25/11/2020

David Maljkovic, THE EVENING EDITION, 2020

On the occasion of the .Art Gallery Weekend, Annet Gelink Gallery is releasing a special edition by David Malikovic. Using a unique technique for printing on industrial aluminum foil, 'The Evening Edition' encompasses a single sheet that can be molded to any desired shape and to fit into any context.

In a historical moment, characterized by the speed of information and the spread of fake news, the title refers to the newspapers' evening editions which include breaking news revealed during the day when the morning edition is already printed.

⏰Gallery opening hours during Amsterdam Art Gallery Weekend:

Thursday 26 November, Gallery Night 5-8pm
Friday 27 November, 12-6pm
Saturday 28 November, 12-6pm
Sunday 29 November, 12-5pm

David Claerbout, the "Confetti" piece, 2015 - 2018 (still)⁠⁠Last week to see David Claerbout’s solo show “Laziness of Ac...
10/11/2020

David Claerbout, the "Confetti" piece, 2015 - 2018 (still)⁠

Last week to see David Claerbout’s solo show “Laziness of Action” at the Kunst Museum Winterthur, Switzerland!⁠ ⁠

The artist is also featured in the Museum's group exhibition "Pictures in motion" with the video "Wildfire".⁠

The exhibitions will close on Sunday 15 November. ⁠Be sure to catch them!⁠

“Van der Elsken’s work was spontaneous, subjective, aesthetically adventurous and resistant to standard commercial use. ...
03/11/2020

“Van der Elsken’s work was spontaneous, subjective, aesthetically adventurous and resistant to standard commercial use. Though he sold pictures to magazines, this was not his primary purpose as an artist and he reserved much of his best work for his books.”

A beautiful and interesting article in the Financial Times on Ed van der Elsken’s photography, career, and his solo exhibition “Crazy world” at the Rijksmuseum!

The exhibition explores the photographer’s working practice and sheds light on the recent, surprising discoveries made in his archive.


“Ed van der Elsken: Crazy World” is currently on view at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

https://www.ft.com/content/a752e0e6-c9ad-4d46-8d22-94308b5c3a68

An unfinished book found in Dutch photographer’s archives is just one of the discoveries on show

Wonderful article on de Volkskrant about Ed van der Elsken's new exhibition "Crazy World" at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterda...
28/10/2020

Wonderful article on de Volkskrant about Ed van der Elsken's new exhibition "Crazy World" at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
On the occasion of the exhibition, the Rijksmuseum and the Nederlands Fotomuseum have published the book "Feest", a collection of unknown photos recently discovered in the photographer's archive.

The exhibition "Ed van der Elsken: Crazy World" opens on Friday, 30 October, at the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.

Read more about the book and the exhibition here:
https://www.volkskrant.nl/cultuur-media/ongepubliceerd-fotoboek-ed-van-der-elsken-alsnog-uitgegeven~be224e2c/?referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2F (article in Dutch)

Pocket maakt deel uit van een tentoonstelling in het Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.

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Annet Gelink Gallery has gained an international reputation as an early promoter of a generation of young artists. Opened in 2000 the gallery quickly conquered a leading position in the Dutch art scene. Yael Bartana Ed van der Elsken Anya Gallaccio Ryan Gander Roger Hiorns Carla Klein Meiro Koizumi Rezi van Lankveld Erik van Lieshout David Maljkovic Sarah Pichlkostner Antonis Pittas Wilfredo Prieto Muzi Quawson Johannes Schwartz Sarah van Sonsbeeck Glenn Sorensen Dick Verdult Barbara Visser Marijke van Warmerdam Erik Wesselo

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