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Amsterdam Art Connecting art in the city Amsterdam Art is a non-profit umbrella organisation for contemporary visual arts. It initiates and realises collaborations between various cultural parties and promotes their exhibition programs throughout the year.

Via the website, bimonthly newsletter and Amsterdam Art Calendar (freely available in participating venues) those interested stay up to date with the most important exhibitions and events happening. Amsterdam Art’s main event is the annual Amsterdam Art Weekend. The next Amsterdam Art Weekend will take place from 24 till 27 November 2016.

Via the website, bimonthly newsletter and Amsterdam Art Calendar (freely available in participating venues) those interested stay up to date with the most important exhibitions and events happening. Amsterdam Art’s main event is the annual Amsterdam Art Weekend. The next Amsterdam Art Weekend will take place from 24 till 27 November 2016.

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🥳 Open Studios!! 🥳Amsterdam Art Week may be over but the contemporary art world keeps on going. Get out of the stormy we...
19/05/2022

🥳 Open Studios!! 🥳
Amsterdam Art Week may be over but the contemporary art world keeps on going. Get out of the stormy weather and head on over to the Rijksakademie Open Studio which continues this weekend. From the 19 – 22 May you have the chance to explore parts of the @rijksakademie that are often closed to the public.

Studios, project rooms, the garden and all conceivable spaces in between are transformed into viewing and meeting places where 46 artists in residence will share their artistic practice.

Also, join in on artists sharing their research or discussing elements of the contemporary art world with planned Artist Talks. Make sure to visit the Rijksakademie website for times and topics. It is not to be missed!

Opening Times:
Thursday 19 – Saturday 21 May
12:00 -19:00

Sunday 22 May
12:00-17:00

Tickets: €10 / €5 (discount) via www.rijksakademie.nl.

For more contemporary art events, make sure to visit our website amsterdamart.com

17/05/2022

🎬 It's a wrap!! 🎬
The 10th edition of Amsterdam Art Week drew to a successful close on Sunday 15 May 2022, featuring 65 participating galleries, museums, project spaces and residencies from the city centre, north, south, east and west Amsterdam. Amsterdam Art Week brings together collectors, curators and the art-loving public for a stand-out celebration, featuring critically acclaimed exhibitions alongside screenings, artists talks, performances and special events.

We would like to thank all those who joined us over the Amsterdam Art Week in the bright sunshine for a very memorable art experience, taking in the art, in all its forms, throughout the city.

This week, Amsterdam’s art scene was alive and kicking with contemporary art, more than ever. The city offers a solid foundation for international art talent, thanks to the post-academic residencies of the Rijksakademie (@rijksakademie), De Ateliers (@deateliers), and the many galleries and project spaces scattered throughout the city. Amsterdam Art’s participating cultural spaces produced/displayed exhibitions by established and emerging talents, including Antonio Obà at Oude Kerk (@oudekerkamsterdam), Maaike Schoorel (@maaikeschoorel) at Amsterdam Museum x Huis Willet Holthuys (@amsterdammuseum), Molly Palmer (@purplewildlife) at AKINCI (@akincigallery), Paulo Nazareth at Stevenson (@stevenson_za), Charles Avery (@studiocharlesavery) at GRIMM (@grimmgallery), Sadik Kwaish Alfraji (@sadikalfraji) at W139 (@w139amsterdam), and Kévin Bray (@bray_kevin) at ISO (@isoamsterdam) and Het HEM (@hethemnl). One of the highlights of Amsterdam Art Week’s extensive programme was the evening at the Eye Filmmuseum (@eye_film) with Julia Stoschek (@juliastoschek), a specially curated selection of her collection of time-based art, followed by a sparkling afterparty with DJ, mayo (Marjolein Hoppen).

To celebrate the end of a fantastic week, Brechje de Koning Producties has created an Aftermovie that looks back on the highlights from the galleries, museums and project space. We hope you enjoy!

⭐️ AAW Day Four & Five: Saturday and Sunday Highlights ⭐️All good things must come to an end. With Amsterdam Art Week dr...
16/05/2022

⭐️ AAW Day Four & Five: Saturday and Sunday Highlights ⭐️
All good things must come to an end. With Amsterdam Art Week drawn to a close, we look back on its final two days of showcasing sensational contemporary art! The sunny weather meant that people flocked to streets and enjoyed darting from place to place to experience art and more in-depth artists talks and tours in various galleries and project space. People enjoyed a hearing a conversation between Curator and critic Hans den Hartog Jager and artist Charles Avery about his practice. Whilst others enjoyed a performance by Isabelle Wenzel at Gallery Bart.

Lastly, Amsterdam Art in collaboration with Eye Filmmuseum hosted a night with collector Julia Stoschek who shared her extrodinary selection of her moving image artworks alongside an afterparty, featuring trippy visuals from Eye Filmmuseum’s Peter Rubin collection. Another remarkable night!

For the last time this year, we share some of the highlights of the weekend. Many of the exhibitions will still be on display throughout May, so have a look through our programme at amsterdamart.com!

1. & 2. A Selection from the Julia Stoschek Collection, @eye_film

3. Curator Hans den Hartog Jager in conversation with artist Charles Avery (@studiocharlesavery), @grimmgallery

4. DUAL CORPUS – Isabelle Wenzel, (@isabelle.w.e.n.z.e.l), @galerie_bart

5. Artist Talk: Meiro Koizumi, (@meirokoizumi), @annetgelinkgallery

6 & 7. Pino Pinelli: Four Decades of “Rettangolo Tagliato,” @merchanthousenl

8. Charles Avery Exhibition (@studiocharlesavery), @grimmgallery

Photos: Almicheal Fraay

⭐️ AAW Day Three: Friday Highlights ⭐️As Amsterdam Art Week continued, visitors started to flock to the galleries and le...
15/05/2022

⭐️ AAW Day Three: Friday Highlights ⭐️
As Amsterdam Art Week continued, visitors started to flock to the galleries and let loose through a variety of events and parties! Many took part in artists and curator talks which gave an inside look at the contemporary art on display. While others took part in screenings and panel discussions about the state of the Amsterdam contemporary art scene.

But as night creeped in, many people took to the museums and project spaces to unwind and see contemporary art in a whole new context. Many people flocked to @HetHem where many project spaces added their own special touches to the evening! Music was provided by @the_blackarchives, @kunstverein and @galeriefleurenwouter. Jason Hendrik Hansma (Marwan), Jaehun Park,(@bradwolffprojects), Kathe Burkhart (@rozenstraat.arose) provided and a series of video projections and @lisetteros live streamed her dance performance from her living room in Iceland (The Curators Room). It was definitely a party to remember!

Again, we have selected some highlights for you! As always, discover more events by looking through our programme at amsterdamart.com!

1. & 2. After Six | Meet the Masters, @Stedelijk Museum,

3. Gallery Tour, PAULO NAZARETH
BIRDMAN, @stevenson

4. The Sanctum, Levi van Veluw (@levivanveluw), @hethem

5. Nail Painting by Lisa Spilliaert (Vlaams Cultuurhuis De Brakke Grond), @hethem

6. Breakdown After Before, Kévin Bray (@bray_kevin), @hethem

🚋 Art in the City 🚋We have taken art into the streets of Amsterdam and made an exhibition that takes place all around th...
15/05/2022

🚋 Art in the City 🚋
We have taken art into the streets of Amsterdam and made an exhibition that takes place all around the city, all thanks to JCDecaux. Have you been able to spot some? Be sure to tag us with your favourites!

From 11 – 15 May Amsterdam Art Week celebrates its 10th anniversary. Especially for this edition Amsterdam Art has curated the exhibition It’s Your Birthday with artworks of participating galleries, project spaces and residencies. The artworks in the exhibition represent different phases of a party: from the preparations and the party itself to the afterparty and the hangover that follows. The exhibition can be seen from 11 to 15 May on digital screens from JCDecaux, spread across 99 locations in Amsterdam. At the same time, the exhibition will also be on physical display at the Amsterdam Art Gallery in Capital C.

About JCDecaux
Since its founding in 1964, @jcdecaux.nl has operated with the objective of improving the quality of life in cities, combining advertising operation with urban development. With outdoor advertising, JCDecaux has been developing and financing public services for over fifty years, contributing to an increasingly pleasant urban living environment. More information on jcdecaux.nl.

10 years of Amsterdam Art Week
From 11 – 15 May the tenth edition of Amsterdam Art Week will take place. During Amsterdam Art Week Amsterdam Art, together with 65 art institutions, including prominent galleries, museums, residencies and project spaces, presents an exciting week full of openings, open studios, artist talks, debates, performances, film screenings and gallery tours. The programme brings art professionals, culture lovers and the art public of the future in touch with the best that the Amsterdam art scene has to offer. During this jubilee edition of Amsterdam Art Week, the theme Celebrate Change is central.

Just one more day to enjoy Amsterdam Art Week! Before our birthday party has finished, there’s still much to see and exp...
15/05/2022

Just one more day to enjoy Amsterdam Art Week! Before our birthday party has finished, there’s still much to see and experience. We selected some activities you can enjoy today.

Brunch and tour, Molly Palmer, 11 hrs, AKINCI

Breitner Academie: guided tour Centrum – Jordaan, 12-14 hrs (still some spots left)

Henk Wildschut – Artist talk and discussion, 14-15 hrs, Galerie Bart

Walk and Talk: Margriet Schavemaker over Maaike Schoorel, 14-15 hrs, Amsterdam Museum x Huis Willet-Holthuysen

Q&A | Meiro Koizumi, 14-15 hrs, Annet Gelink Gallery

New Harvest (13:30 – 15 hrs + 15:30 – 17 hrs), Eye Filmmuseum

Rijksakademie Open Studios, 12-19 hrs

Root Canal – I’ll Never be a Star I’ve Always Been the Moon – performance door Echo + Seashell en bingo (17-19 uur), P/////KT

Family Sunday: with two family tour along three locations (4-6 jr) from 12:30 - 13:30 hrs and (6-12 jr) from 14:00-14:30 hrs (there are still places available), walk-in family workshop around the exhibition of Jonathas de Andrade at Foam between 13 - 15 hours, workshop Fantasy Portrait Drawing at CBK Zuidoost (15-16 hrs) and Meet the artist: Mary Sue at The Merchant House (6+) from 15-17 hrs.

Hope to see you there!

⭐️ AAW Day One & Two: Wednesday and Thursday Highlights ⭐️Amsterdam Art Week started off with a literal bang! The drumme...
14/05/2022

⭐️ AAW Day One & Two: Wednesday and Thursday Highlights ⭐️
Amsterdam Art Week started off with a literal bang! The drummers at @kalenturadrums kicked off the opening of the 'It's Your Birthday' exhibition at Amsterdam Art Gallery at Capital C and after we were treated to a special performance by @doritchrysler.

On Thursday, galleries, museums, and project spaces then opened their doors revealing new exhibitions whilst extraordinary events and parties went long into the night. Young professionals also got a taste of the artworld (and a @oedipus beer) through our ever popular gallery tours during our Young Professionals Night. A busy start to a busy Amsterdam Art Week!

Here are just a few highlights of the first two days of Amsterdam Art Week 2022! Find out more activities by looking through our programme at amsterdamart.com!

1. Antonio Obá: Path Exhibition Opening, @oudekerk

2. It's Your Birthday Exhibition Opening, @kalenturadrums, Amsterdam Art Gallery

3. It's Your Birthday Exhibition Opening, @doritchrysler, Amsterdam Art Gallery

4. It's Your Birthday Exhibition Opening, Musician, Amsterdam Art Gallery Capital C Amsterdam

5. Petrolux, a performance by Kévin Bray (@bray_kevin), @isoamsterdam

7 & 8. Young Professionals Night @akincigallery & Capital C Amsterdam

10. Around the polar circle Jens Knigge, Witho Worms Exhibition Opening, @
galeriecarolineobreen

Photos: Almicheal Fraay

🖼 Extraordinary Events 🖼As we enter the second half of todays programme, we thought to highlight some of the unique arti...
14/05/2022

🖼 Extraordinary Events 🖼
As we enter the second half of todays programme, we thought to highlight some of the unique artist talks, screenings and tours happening during the rest of Saturday. Get on your bike (or tram) and see some art in the sun!

Book Presentation Witho Worms — Fantastik Fangst, 15.00-16.00 hrs, Galerie Caroline O'Breen

Artists talk with curator Hans den Hartog and artists Charles Avery,15.00-16.00 hrs, Grimm

Expert Talk: Muhammed Ali with Erik Dijkstra, 15.30–16.30 hrs, Bildhalle – Willemsparkweg 134H

Guided Tour of ALBARRÁN CABRERA, 15.30–18 hrs, Bilhalle Hazestraat

Artist Talk with artists Maze de Boer, 16-18 hrs, galerie dudokdegroot

Artist Talk with Lisa Spilliaert, 17.00 - 19.00 hrs, Vlaams Cultuurhuis de Brakkegrond

Live-drum & tapescratch performance by Mick Johan & Anan Striker, 17.00-20.00 hrs, Galerie Fleur & Wouter

A Selection from the JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION + Afterparty, 20.00–02.00 hrs, Eye Filmmuseum

13/05/2022

🎞 Trailer Announcement 🎞
Feast your eyes on the new trailer for Eye Filmmuseum's 'A Selection From the Julia Stoschek Collection.' This renowned collection of Video/Film (and the afterparty afterward) is not to be missed.

German art collector Julia Stoschek has made a selection of works from her collection that combine cinema, visual art and dance culture. Stoschek will also be talking to director of Amsterdam Art Nina Folkersma. Stoschek will discuss this with director of Amsterdam Art Nina Folkersma. This will then be followed by an afterparty (admission free).

She will show works by Arthur Jafa, Terence Koh, Mark Leckey, Carsten Nicolai, Hannah Perry, Pippilotti Rist, Jacolby Satterwhite and Steina Vasulka.

🚲 A Tour de Force 🚲See a different side of the city by joining one (or several) of our tailor-made tours that are on off...
12/05/2022

🚲 A Tour de Force 🚲

See a different side of the city by joining one (or several) of our tailor-made tours that are on offer only during Amsterdam Art Week.

Want to see more of a focus on women in the contemporary art field? Take a tour with @cathelijneblok Interested in a particular neighbourhood? Join a tour curated by students at the @breitner_academie. And want to spend time in a gallery and your little ones? Join Laura Verheijke for a family tour. With all this sunny weather, there is no better excuse to get out and see what the city has to offer!

See the full agenda and signup at amsterdamart.com. Get in quick as spaces are limited!

🎉 Let the festivities begin!! 🎉Last night we celebrated the launch of Amsterdam Art Week 2022 with a symposium at @pakhu...
11/05/2022

🎉 Let the festivities begin!! 🎉
Last night we celebrated the launch of Amsterdam Art Week 2022 with a symposium at @pakhuisdezwijger!

The night was filled with interesting and thought provoking insights into Amsterdam's art scene in the past, present and future. Both cultural institutions and artists discussed the changes and challenges of the cultural landscape and celebrated the potential of the city held!

Don't miss out on other Amsterdam Art Week events throughout the city! Visit our website for the full programme

Speakers: @Ninafolkersma (director Amsterdam Art), @Adrianagonzalezhulshof (former director Amsterdam Art), @elliskat_ (Director @nieuwdakota), Nina Hama (gallery owner @Hamagallery) and @Reinwolfs (director @Stedelijkmuseum), @kimtuin222 (Director @hethem), Maru Asmellash (Founder @kazernereigersbos), @raulbalai (artist), @bray_kevin (artist), @afainadejong (Architect, founder AFARAI),

🔍 Have you spotted us? 🔍 Look who it is! Amsterdam Art Week is only one day away and it has already made its mark on the...
10/05/2022

🔍 Have you spotted us? 🔍
Look who it is! Amsterdam Art Week is only one day away and it has already made its mark on the city! From north to south, from east to west, we are putting the finishing touches to all the exhibitions, art-talks, screenings and parties that are going on this week. Join us and celebrate as Amsterdam Art launches its 10th edition of Amsterdam Art Week: Celebrate Change.

Running from 11 – 15 May, discover the latest developments in contemporary art, with a special focus on new, up-and-coming talent. Together with 65 art institutions – including prominent galleries, museums, residencies, and project spaces – we present a dynamic programme of exhibition openings, open studios, artist talks, panel discussions, performances, film screenings and gallery tours.

Ten years of Amsterdam Art Week provides the ultimate opportunity to celebrate, look back and especially look forward. What have been the most important shifts in the Amsterdam art scene in the past decade? What will the future look like? One thing’s for certain: the city’s cultural ecosystem is in constant flux. Amsterdam Art Week 2022 explores this constantly evolving landscape whilst bringing together art from across the city: from North to South-East, from East to New-West, and from the outer districts to the centre.

Find the full programme of our participants in the agenda of our website: https://amsterdamart.com/

We look forward to seeing you out there and celebrating!

📰 Hot off the Press!! 📰Het Parool spoke to Nina Folkersma, director of Amsterdam Art, about 10 years of Amsterdam Art We...
09/05/2022
Amsterdam Art Week wil laten zien hoe de kunstscene verandert

📰 Hot off the Press!! 📰
Het Parool spoke to Nina Folkersma, director of Amsterdam Art, about 10 years of Amsterdam Art Week, Amsterdam Art Week 2022: Celebrate Change and the exhibition It’s My Birthday:

“One of the biggest changes in the last ten years? The interesting places for art in Amsterdam are no longer just in the city centre. There is much more to experience in the neighbourhoods around it. We stimulate visitors to discover the whole city” - Nina Folkersma

Also, Parool gives you three tips, for what you should see this edition. Read the entire article here:

https://bit.ly/3kRp4Jq

De interessante plekken voor kunst in Amsterdam bevinden zich allang niet meer alleen in het centrum. Amsterdam Art Week wil onder het thema Celebr...

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Amsterdam Art is a non-profit umbrella organization for contemporary visual arts. It initiates and realizes collaborations between various cultural parties and promotes their exhibition programs throughout the year. Via the website, bimonthly newsletter and Amsterdam Art Calendar (freely available in participating venues) those interested stay up to date with the most important exhibitions and events happening. Amsterdam Art’s main event is the annual Amsterdam Art Weekend. The next Amsterdam Art Weekend will take place from 22 till 25 November 2018. Amsterdam Art Weekend is a yearly four-day event that turns the Dutch capital into an internationally oriented hotspot for art enthusiasts and professionals alike. In an extensive program of over 100 exhibitions, performances, screenings, and debates, more than 50 of Amsterdam’s cutting-edge contemporary art venues showcase the newest developments in contemporary art, giving visitors the opportunity to be the first to see tomorrow’s artistic talent unfold. Art professionals and enthusiasts alike descend upon Amsterdam as the Weekend’s carefully curated program brings together the city’s diverse network of galleries, project spaces, art institutions, and residency programs. To offer something for every taste and level of knowledge, we design tailor-made programs to suit different audiences. Next, to the public program, our extensive Professionals program gives national and international art professionals many opportunities to make new discoveries and to extend their network. Instagram: www.instagram.com/amsterdam.art/ Twitter: www.twitter.com/amsterdam_art LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/amsterdam-art

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🥳 Open Studios!! 🥳 Amsterdam Art Week may be over but the contemporary art world keeps on going. Get out of the stormy weather and head on over to the Rijksakademie Open Studio which continues this weekend. From the 19 – 22 May you have the chance to explore parts of the @rijksakademie that are often closed to the public. Studios, project rooms, the garden and all conceivable spaces in between are transformed into viewing and meeting places where 46 artists in residence will share their artistic practice. Also, join in on artists sharing their research or discussing elements of the contemporary art world with planned Artist Talks. Make sure to visit the Rijksakademie website for times and topics. It is not to be missed! Opening Times: Thursday 19 – Saturday 21 May 12:00 -19:00 Sunday 22 May 12:00-17:00 Tickets: €10 / €5 (discount) via www.rijksakademie.nl. For more contemporary art events, make sure to visit our website amsterdamart.com
🎬 It's a wrap!! 🎬 The 10th edition of Amsterdam Art Week drew to a successful close on Sunday 15 May 2022, featuring 65 participating galleries, museums, project spaces and residencies from the city centre, north, south, east and west Amsterdam. Amsterdam Art Week brings together collectors, curators and the art-loving public for a stand-out celebration, featuring critically acclaimed exhibitions alongside screenings, artists talks, performances and special events. We would like to thank all those who joined us over the Amsterdam Art Week in the bright sunshine for a very memorable art experience, taking in the art, in all its forms, throughout the city. This week, Amsterdam’s art scene was alive and kicking with contemporary art, more than ever. The city offers a solid foundation for international art talent, thanks to the post-academic residencies of the Rijksakademie (@rijksakademie), De Ateliers (@deateliers), and the many galleries and project spaces scattered throughout the city. Amsterdam Art’s participating cultural spaces produced/displayed exhibitions by established and emerging talents, including Antonio Obà at Oude Kerk (@oudekerkamsterdam), Maaike Schoorel (@maaikeschoorel) at Amsterdam Museum x Huis Willet Holthuys (@amsterdammuseum), Molly Palmer (@purplewildlife) at AKINCI (@akincigallery), Paulo Nazareth at Stevenson (@stevenson_za), Charles Avery (@studiocharlesavery) at GRIMM (@grimmgallery), Sadik Kwaish Alfraji (@sadikalfraji) at W139 (@w139amsterdam), and Kévin Bray (@bray_kevin) at ISO (@isoamsterdam) and Het HEM (@hethemnl). One of the highlights of Amsterdam Art Week’s extensive programme was the evening at the Eye Filmmuseum (@eye_film) with Julia Stoschek (@juliastoschek), a specially curated selection of her collection of time-based art, followed by a sparkling afterparty with DJ, mayo (Marjolein Hoppen). To celebrate the end of a fantastic week, Brechje de Koning Producties has created an Aftermovie that looks back on the highlights from the galleries, museums and project space. We hope you enjoy!
⭐️ AAW Day Four & Five: Saturday and Sunday Highlights ⭐️ All good things must come to an end. With Amsterdam Art Week drawn to a close, we look back on its final two days of showcasing sensational contemporary art! The sunny weather meant that people flocked to streets and enjoyed darting from place to place to experience art and more in-depth artists talks and tours in various galleries and project space. People enjoyed a hearing a conversation between Curator and critic Hans den Hartog Jager and artist Charles Avery about his practice. Whilst others enjoyed a performance by Isabelle Wenzel at Gallery Bart. Lastly, Amsterdam Art in collaboration with Eye Filmmuseum hosted a night with collector Julia Stoschek who shared her extrodinary selection of her moving image artworks alongside an afterparty, featuring trippy visuals from Eye Filmmuseum’s Peter Rubin collection. Another remarkable night! For the last time this year, we share some of the highlights of the weekend. Many of the exhibitions will still be on display throughout May, so have a look through our programme at amsterdamart.com! 1. & 2. A Selection from the Julia Stoschek Collection, @eye_film 3. Curator Hans den Hartog Jager in conversation with artist Charles Avery (@studiocharlesavery), @grimmgallery 4. DUAL CORPUS – Isabelle Wenzel, (@isabelle.w.e.n.z.e.l), @galerie_bart 5. Artist Talk: Meiro Koizumi, (@meirokoizumi), @annetgelinkgallery 6 & 7. Pino Pinelli: Four Decades of “Rettangolo Tagliato,” @merchanthousenl 8. Charles Avery Exhibition (@studiocharlesavery), @grimmgallery Photos: Almicheal Fraay
⭐️ AAW Day Three: Friday Highlights ⭐️ As Amsterdam Art Week continued, visitors started to flock to the galleries and let loose through a variety of events and parties! Many took part in artists and curator talks which gave an inside look at the contemporary art on display. While others took part in screenings and panel discussions about the state of the Amsterdam contemporary art scene. But as night creeped in, many people took to the museums and project spaces to unwind and see contemporary art in a whole new context. Many people flocked to @HetHem where many project spaces added their own special touches to the evening! Music was provided by @the_blackarchives, @kunstverein and @galeriefleurenwouter. Jason Hendrik Hansma (Marwan), Jaehun Park,(@bradwolffprojects), Kathe Burkhart (@rozenstraat.arose) provided and a series of video projections and @lisetteros live streamed her dance performance from her living room in Iceland (The Curators Room). It was definitely a party to remember! Again, we have selected some highlights for you! As always, discover more events by looking through our programme at amsterdamart.com! 1. & 2. After Six | Meet the Masters, @Stedelijk Museum, 3. Gallery Tour, PAULO NAZARETH BIRDMAN, @stevenson 4. The Sanctum, Levi van Veluw (@levivanveluw), @hethem 5. Nail Painting by Lisa Spilliaert (Vlaams Cultuurhuis De Brakke Grond), @hethem 6. Breakdown After Before, Kévin Bray (@bray_kevin), @hethem
🚋 Art in the City 🚋 We have taken art into the streets of Amsterdam and made an exhibition that takes place all around the city, all thanks to JCDecaux. Have you been able to spot some? Be sure to tag us with your favourites! From 11 – 15 May Amsterdam Art Week celebrates its 10th anniversary. Especially for this edition Amsterdam Art has curated the exhibition It’s Your Birthday with artworks of participating galleries, project spaces and residencies. The artworks in the exhibition represent different phases of a party: from the preparations and the party itself to the afterparty and the hangover that follows. The exhibition can be seen from 11 to 15 May on digital screens from JCDecaux, spread across 99 locations in Amsterdam. At the same time, the exhibition will also be on physical display at the Amsterdam Art Gallery in Capital C. About JCDecaux Since its founding in 1964, @jcdecaux.nl has operated with the objective of improving the quality of life in cities, combining advertising operation with urban development. With outdoor advertising, JCDecaux has been developing and financing public services for over fifty years, contributing to an increasingly pleasant urban living environment. More information on jcdecaux.nl. 10 years of Amsterdam Art Week From 11 – 15 May the tenth edition of Amsterdam Art Week will take place. During Amsterdam Art Week Amsterdam Art, together with 65 art institutions, including prominent galleries, museums, residencies and project spaces, presents an exciting week full of openings, open studios, artist talks, debates, performances, film screenings and gallery tours. The programme brings art professionals, culture lovers and the art public of the future in touch with the best that the Amsterdam art scene has to offer. During this jubilee edition of Amsterdam Art Week, the theme Celebrate Change is central.
Just one more day to enjoy Amsterdam Art Week! Before our birthday party has finished, there’s still much to see and experience. We selected some activities you can enjoy today. Brunch and tour, Molly Palmer, 11 hrs, AKINCI Breitner Academie: guided tour Centrum – Jordaan, 12-14 hrs (still some spots left) Henk Wildschut – Artist talk and discussion, 14-15 hrs, Galerie Bart Walk and Talk: Margriet Schavemaker over Maaike Schoorel, 14-15 hrs, Amsterdam Museum x Huis Willet-Holthuysen Q&A | Meiro Koizumi, 14-15 hrs, Annet Gelink Gallery New Harvest (13:30 – 15 hrs + 15:30 – 17 hrs), Eye Filmmuseum Rijksakademie Open Studios, 12-19 hrs Root Canal – I’ll Never be a Star I’ve Always Been the Moon – performance door Echo + Seashell en bingo (17-19 uur), P/////KT Family Sunday: with two family tour along three locations (4-6 jr) from 12:30 - 13:30 hrs and (6-12 jr) from 14:00-14:30 hrs (there are still places available), walk-in family workshop around the exhibition of Jonathas de Andrade at Foam between 13 - 15 hours, workshop Fantasy Portrait Drawing at CBK Zuidoost (15-16 hrs) and Meet the artist: Mary Sue at The Merchant House (6+) from 15-17 hrs. Hope to see you there!
⭐️ AAW Day One & Two: Wednesday and Thursday Highlights ⭐️ Amsterdam Art Week started off with a literal bang! The drummers at @kalenturadrums kicked off the opening of the 'It's Your Birthday' exhibition at Amsterdam Art Gallery at Capital C and after we were treated to a special performance by @doritchrysler. On Thursday, galleries, museums, and project spaces then opened their doors revealing new exhibitions whilst extraordinary events and parties went long into the night. Young professionals also got a taste of the artworld (and a @oedipus beer) through our ever popular gallery tours during our Young Professionals Night. A busy start to a busy Amsterdam Art Week! Here are just a few highlights of the first two days of Amsterdam Art Week 2022! Find out more activities by looking through our programme at amsterdamart.com! 1. Antonio Obá: Path Exhibition Opening, @oudekerk 2. It's Your Birthday Exhibition Opening, @kalenturadrums, Amsterdam Art Gallery 3. It's Your Birthday Exhibition Opening, @doritchrysler, Amsterdam Art Gallery 4. It's Your Birthday Exhibition Opening, Musician, Amsterdam Art Gallery Capital C Amsterdam 5. Petrolux, a performance by Kévin Bray (@bray_kevin), @isoamsterdam 7 & 8. Young Professionals Night @akincigallery & Capital C Amsterdam 10. Around the polar circle Jens Knigge, Witho Worms Exhibition Opening, @ galeriecarolineobreen Photos: Almicheal Fraay