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The Hague Contemporary
07/08/2020

The Hague Contemporary

🎨 Jan Wattjes ‘White Noise’ Exhibition Livingstone gallery

Livingstone gallery presents ‘White Noise’ exhibition by Jan Wattjes. In this exhibition, you can spot his paintings and installations.

After Wattjes successful working period in the studio of Livingstone Projects Berlin in 2014, where he roamed around the city with paint cans and portrayed the facades of the most important galleries and museums, Wattjes goes one step further.

His art world is expanded with abstracted facades of empty galleries in New York, London, Brussels, Amsterdam and The Hague, among others, in which the famous white cube is converted into a conceptual form. The empty spaces represent the twilight zone between exhibitions.

📣 Livingstone gallery is now open from Thursday to Saturday from 12:00 to 17:00 (Limit on the number of visitors to 2 - however it can be differed to the number of visitors at the same time.)

👉🏻 If you wish to visit the gallery other date in the week, please contact Livingstone galleryby phone first!

Image:
1. Jan Wattjes, Gagosian Gallery, Davies Street, London III, 2017, oil on canvas, 200 x 150 cm
2. Jan Wattjes, Weserburg Kabinett, Bremen III, 2015, oil on canvas, 40 x 50 cm
3. Jan Wattjes, Untitled (Artist's studio), 2008, oil on canvas, 275 x 205

The Hague Contemporary
07/08/2020

The Hague Contemporary

☕️ Currently at Livingstone gallery: Unlocked/ reconnected

👉🏻 Livingstone gallery participates this collective exhibition with a marvelous work by Klaas Gubbels. "The Gubbels coffee pot is almost comparable to a national symbol, because almost everyone (far beyond the boundaries of the art circuit) recognizes the image." This is how Gubbels' work was described in the catalog accompanying the exhibition "More than red, white and blue" in Gemeentemuseum Den Haag. These two kettles on the table symbolize the new togetherness; I love you, but with a little distance!

👉🏻 The work is now available to watch from Livingstone gallery window until 29 August, available to everyone 24 hours a day. Swing by and enjoy the work with safety! ✨

Unlocked/ reconnected is a collective exhibition in which as many parties as possible within the visual arts unite: museums, cultural institutions, galleries and artists' initiatives. Each individual place chooses a work that connects the period behind us with the future.

Picture:
Klaas Gubbels, Je t'aime, 2008, corten-steel, edition of 6, 183 x 132 x 30 cm

31/07/2020
The Hague Contemporary

The Hague Contemporary

💥 Save the date, mark your calendar! 💥

🔊 Join us this autumn for the third edition of The Hague Contemporary Art Weekend from 10 until 12 September! In collaboration with more than eighteen art institutions and initiatives from The Hague, together with the KABK Graduation Show - The Hague Contemporary Art Weekend 2020 will be filled with inspiring events, exhibitions, performances, openings, art tours, artist talks and more.

In relation to current COVID-19 measurements, the organisation has taken the 1,5m measures into account.

The program will be announced soon so stay tuned for upcoming news about the Art Weekend 2020!

Campaign credit: @softturbo

Art Rotterdam
26/07/2020

Art Rotterdam

The work of the German artist Manfred Schneider is deeply influenced by the 1970s and its inherent conceptualism — often perceived as a reaction to Minimalism. During this time in Germany, Expressive figure painting was revived for the first time since Abstract Expressionism had lost in popularity nearly twenty years earlier, but it regained distinction through the work of famous German artists such as Gerhard Richter, Anselm Kiefer and Georg Baselitz. Schneider came from the same generation of German artists as Andreas Gursky and Thomas Ruff. For this series, which was on show in the Livingstone gallery booth during Art Rotterdam 2019, Schneider painted a single painting every week for a year. All paintings measured 30x40 and reflected a sentence, word or expression that had stuck with the artist that week. It had evoked some sort of emotional reaction in him; it either made him smile, think or worry. This painting is called 'Benommener Zustand, 244, 3e Augustwoche 2018’ ('Stunned condition’).

The Hague Contemporary
26/06/2020

The Hague Contemporary

☕️ Currently at Livingstone gallery: Unlocked/ reconnected

👉🏻 Livingstone gallery participates this collective exhibition with a marvelous work by Klaas Gubbels. "The Gubbels coffee pot is almost comparable to a national symbol, because almost everyone (far beyond the boundaries of the art circuit) recognizes the image." This is how Gubbels' work was described in the catalog accompanying the exhibition "More than red, white and blue" in Gemeentemuseum Den Haag. These two kettles on the table symbolize the new togetherness; I love you, but with a little distance!

👉🏻 The work is now available to watch from Livingstone gallery window until 29 August, available to everyone 24 hours a day. Swing by and enjoy the work with safety! ✨

Unlocked/ reconnected is a collective exhibition in which as many parties as possible within the visual arts unite: museums, cultural institutions, galleries and artists' initiatives. Each individual place chooses a work that connects the period behind us with the future.

Picture:
Klaas Gubbels, Je t'aime, 2008, corten-steel, edition of 6, 183 x 132 x 30 cm

Gallery Viewer
23/05/2020
Gallery Viewer

Gallery Viewer

Until 31 May, the exhibition ‘Welcome to America’ by Ryan Mendoza will be on show in the Livingstone gallery in The Hague. In 2010, British newspaper The Guardian headlined that homes in an American ghost town were offered for a symbolic amount of $1. Detroit, the industrial American city in the state of Michigan was once dubbed ‘Motor City’ as it thrived because of car magnate Henry Ford. The city, in which Motown was founded, was once among the richest cities in America. In 2008, the credit crunch struck a decisive blow in a city that had been ravaged by drug violence since the 1980s. General Motors went bankrupt, factories closed and houses were foreclosed en masse. Neighbourhoods turned into slums, the population fell from 1.8 million to 700,000 and the city became the symbol of the financial crisis in America. American artist Ryan Mendoza visited the city in 2013 after living in Europe for 20 years. He was deeply impressed, but also felt that many Europeans didn’t really grasp the depth of this crisis in Detroit. He decided to move one of these foreclosed houses to the Netherlands. Read the full article on Gallery Viewer: https://galleryviewer.com/en/article/275/ryan-mendoza-welcome-to-america.

Tussen einde en begin #21: Jan Wattjes
14/05/2020
Tussen einde en begin #21: Jan Wattjes

Tussen einde en begin #21: Jan Wattjes

Het huidige werk van Jan Wattjes (1981) bevindt zich min of meer op een kruispunt, van waaruit het zich allerlei kanten op kan bewegen. De werken zijn zowel geometrisch abstract als illusionistisch…

Livingstone gallery's cover photo
07/04/2020

Livingstone gallery's cover photo

The Hague Contemporary
22/03/2020

The Hague Contemporary

Raquel Maulwurf, Night Fall; Livingstone Gallery, The Hague
22/03/2020
Raquel Maulwurf, Night Fall; Livingstone Gallery, The Hague

Raquel Maulwurf, Night Fall; Livingstone Gallery, The Hague

Carbon is our friend and foe. It is the main substance of the material with which Raquel Maulwurf (1975) makes her drawings with which she gives the viewer an almost sublime experience. The carbon …

Gallery Viewer
22/03/2020
Gallery Viewer

Gallery Viewer

NU TE ZIEN in Livingstone gallery (t/m 18 januari): een solotentoonstelling van Raquel Maulwurf. Afgebeeld zijn de kunstwerken ‘Night raid on Hamburg 1942’ (2018) en 'Night raid on Toyama, Japan 1/2 VIII '45 (II)' (2019) uit de serie Raids. In deze serie, waarvoor ze houtskool en pastel op museumkarton aanbracht, maakt ze iets moois uit de vernietigende (en soms langdurige) aspecten van oorlog. Toch weet ze daarin vaak iets essentieels en monumentaals te vangen, waarbij ze zich direct ook afvraagt: waarom willen mensen zo graag dingen vernietigen? In haar meest recente werk richt ze zich juist op dezelfde vernietigende kracht van de natuur in bijvoorbeeld natuurrampen: probeert de natuur ons ’terug te pakken’ voor het vervuilen van de oceanen, onze luchtvervuiling en het platbranden van bossen? In 2017 toverde Maulwurf de projectenzaal van het Gemeentemuseum / Kunstmuseum Den Haag om in de overweldigende totaalervaring 'The Carbon War Room’. Haar werk is o.a. opgenomen in de collecties van het Rijksmuseum, Museum Voorlinden, het Teylers Museum, de AMC kunstcollectie, Erasmus University Rotterdam en De Nederlandsche Bank

Museum Jan Cunen
22/03/2020

Museum Jan Cunen

Nog te zien tot en met 8 maart: in de tentoonstelling Haagse School x Haagse Nieuwe exposeert Livingstone gallery werk van Jan Wattjes.

In 2014 zweef hij met verfblik en al door Berlijn om gevels van de belangrijkste musea en galeries te portretteren. De schilderijen vol textuur en subtiele kleurverschillen worden te koop aangeboden via de gallery en zijn te bewonderen in het museum.

Art Rotterdam
22/03/2020
Art Rotterdam

Art Rotterdam

Highlight from Art Rotterdam 2020: Raquel Maulwurf at the Livingstone gallery booth. The artworks in the back are from the Raids series. In this series, for which she applied charcoal and pastel to museum cardboard, she turns the destructive (and sometimes long-lasting) aspects of war into something beautiful. Yet she manages to capture something essential and monumental in this, and often immediately asks herself: why do people want to destroy things so badly? In her most recent work, she focuses on the same destructive power of nature in, for example, natural disasters: is nature trying to get revenge on us for burning down forests and polluting the air and oceans? In 2017, Maulwurf transformed a room in the Kunstmuseum Den Haag (previously: Gemeentemuseum) into the overwhelming total experience "The Carbon War Room". Her work is among included in the collections of the Rijksmuseum, Museum Voorlinden, the Teylers Museum, the AMC kunstcollectie and the collections of the Erasmus University Rotterdam and De Nederlandsche Bank. Want to see more work by this artist? You can find more information, videos and price indications on the Gallery Viewer website.

📷 1: Almicheal Fraay

Art Rotterdam
28/02/2020
Art Rotterdam

Art Rotterdam

Highlight from Art Rotterdam 2020: Raquel Maulwurf at the Livingstone gallery booth. The artworks in the back are from the Raids series. In this series, for which she applied charcoal and pastel to museum cardboard, she turns the destructive (and sometimes long-lasting) aspects of war into something beautiful. Yet she manages to capture something essential and monumental in this, and often immediately asks herself: why do people want to destroy things so badly? In her most recent work, she focuses on the same destructive power of nature in, for example, natural disasters: is nature trying to get revenge on us for burning down forests and polluting the air and oceans? In 2017, Maulwurf transformed a room in the Kunstmuseum Den Haag (previously: Gemeentemuseum) into the overwhelming total experience "The Carbon War Room". Her work is among included in the collections of the Rijksmuseum, Museum Voorlinden, the Teylers Museum, the AMC kunstcollectie and the collections of the Erasmus University Rotterdam and De Nederlandsche Bank. Want to see more work by this artist? You can find more information, videos and price indications on the Gallery Viewer website.

📷 1: Almicheal Fraay

Museum Jan Cunen
26/02/2020

Museum Jan Cunen

Nog te zien tot en met 8 maart: in de tentoonstelling Haagse School x Haagse Nieuwe exposeert Livingstone gallery werk van Jan Wattjes.

In 2014 zweef hij met verfblik en al door Berlijn om gevels van de belangrijkste musea en galeries te portretteren. De schilderijen vol textuur en subtiele kleurverschillen worden te koop aangeboden via de gallery en zijn te bewonderen in het museum.

30/09/2019

Tentoonstelling Livingstone Projects in de galerie in Den Haag. 18 kunstenaars die in de laatste vijf jaar in onze Berlijn locatie hebben gewerkt aan een presentatie.

Livingstone gallery's cover photo
30/09/2019

Livingstone gallery's cover photo

26/09/2019
Grand Tour

Grand Tour

A distanza di qualche settimana dalla sua apertura, vogliamo ricordare Le latitudini dell'arte, IV edizione, Olanda - Italia, in corso di svolgimento fino alla fine del mese di Agosto, presso le sale del Munizioniere di Palazzo Ducale Fondazione per la Cultura, pubblicando il video della giornata inaugurale. Con l'occasione, oltre al lavoro di curatela di Virginia Monteverde e alle note critiche di Viana Conti, torniamo a menzionare i curatori e le gallerie, olandesi ed italiane, che hanno permesso la realizzazione di questa importante collettiva di arte contemporanea.

I curatori e galleristi olandesi che partecipano:
Francis Boeske, Roger Katwijk, Suzanne Biederberg, Jeroen Dijkstra;

le GALLERIE e FONDAZIONI:
Suzanne Biederberg Gallery (Amsterdam); Lang Art (Amsterdam); Galerie ROGER KATWIJK (Amsterdam); Livingstone gallery (Den Haag- Berlin); Francis Boeske Projects (Amsterdam); BREED ART Studios (Amsterdam)

Le GALLERIE e FONDAZIONI italiane e di Genova:
Unimediamodern Genova (Genova); VisionQuesT 4rosso Contemporary Photography (Genoa); Galleria Continua (San Gimignano, Bejing, Les Moulins, Havana); Galleria Guidi&schoen (Genova); MAG (Como-Kyoto); Galleria Michela Rizzo (Venezia); Sharevolution Contemporary Art (Genova); P46 gallery (Camogli GE); Fondazione Rocco Guglielmo (Catanzaro); Materia Gallery (Roma); Atipografia (Arzignano, VI); Galleria Ca' Di Fra (Milano); Marco Canepa C+N Canepari (Milano-Genova); CEcontemporary MI (Milano).

E, non da ultimi, gli sponsor presenti, che hanno supportato tecnicamente e contribuito alla buona realizzazione della IV edizione di Latitudini dell'Arte:

Boero - Il colore italiano dal [email protected], Assicura Genova, Pitto - P.Zeta Realizzazioni Pubblicitarie, Grappa Barile, Enoteche Squillari Genova, Statvs, Fuori Menù.

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ART ON PAPER
26/09/2019

ART ON PAPER

SPOTLIGHT ON THE EXHIBITORS
Part 2

Irène Laub Gallery, Brussels - Solo show: Pedro A. H. Paixao

RocioSantaCruz, Barcelona - Solo show: Gonzalo Elvira

Livingstone Gallery, The Hague - Solo show: Aaron van Erp

Learn more about the galleries and artists on www.artonpaper.be

Museum Voorlinden
31/05/2019

Museum Voorlinden

RAQUEL MAULWURF

De kunstwerken van Raquel Maulwurf (1975) komen voort uit haar fascinatie voor de manier waarop mensen zichzelf, elkaar en hun omgeving kunnen vernietigen. Zowel oorlogsgeweld als natuurrampen verbeeldt de kunstenares in gigantische houtskooltekeningen. De mens zelf blijft echter absent in de voorstellingen.

Raquel Maulwurf, Black Sea VII (2013)
houtskool op karton, 152 x 236 cm
Collectie Museum Voorlinden, Wassenaar

Man Schneider, Helio Trope Sleep. Exhibition extendid until March 23.
24/02/2019

Man Schneider, Helio Trope Sleep. Exhibition extendid until March 23.

Raquel Maulwurf at Singer Museum Laren
28/11/2018
Raquel Maulwurf at Singer Museum Laren

Raquel Maulwurf at Singer Museum Laren

'Out of Office. Kunstschatten uit bedrijven', 11-12-2018 t/m 07-04-2019 with a.o. Armando, Jan Schoonhoven, Raquel Maulwurf, Folkert de Jong, Ina van Zyl    

Exhibition 'The End of War' , 100 years after WW I
14/11/2018

Exhibition 'The End of War' , 100 years after WW I

Booth 28 at Art The Hague, fair opening tonight. On view until 30 September.
26/09/2018

Booth 28 at Art The Hague, fair opening tonight. On view until 30 September.

Ready for Art The Hague 2018. Fair opening tomorrow!
25/09/2018

Ready for Art The Hague 2018. Fair opening tomorrow!

25/09/2018

Due to our participation at Art The Hague 2018 the gallery is open this week by appointment only.

Adres

Anna Paulownastraat 70 B
The Hague
2518 BH

Algemene informatie

Livingstone gallery was established in 1991 and focuses on contemporary painting, drawing and sculpture of international significance. Important exhibitions included James Brown, Jannis Kounellis, Sol LeWitt, Arnulf Rainer and the last exhibition of Robert Rauschenberg. An important priority is the discovery and advancement of young artists such as Daniele Galliano (I), Ryan Mendoza (USA/I/D), Raquel Maulwurf (E/NL), Birgit Verwer (NL), Roger Wardin (D) and Jan Wattjes (NL). In order to further this development Livingstone gallery opened a second space at Anna Paulownastraat 70-A in 2005, dedicated to the presentation of young and yet unseen positions. In 2007 Livingstone changed the first floor at Anna Paulownastraat 70-B into a project room, enabling to veer off from the regular gallery program and jump into unexpected last minute opportunities, like Daniele Galliano’s exhibition ‘Venice’, coinciding with his participation in the Italian Pavilion at the Venice Biennial or Arnulf Rainer’s last series of etchings ‘The Last Cross’. The gallery always works closely together with its artists for exhibitions and has published a large number of books, catalogs and special editions. Furthermore, the gallery has arranged many museum exhibitions for its artists, including the upcoming solo exhibtion of Ryan Mendoza at Gemeentemuseum The Hague. Over the years the gallery was represented at many international art fairs, including Art Basel, Arco Madrid, Art Frankfurt, Art Brussels, Art Cologne and recently at PULSE Contemporary Art Fair in New York. In the Netherlands the gallery has long since been present at the Art Rotterdam and the Art Amsterdam. This year the gallery has been awarded by the Art Amsterdam with the No Holds Barred project stand for an installation called Great Lie or Waste of Time by Birgit Verwer. With twenty years of experience Livingstone gallery continues to confront the new with the established, searching continuity and the experiment.

Openingstijden

Woensdag 12:00 - 17:00
Donderdag 12:00 - 17:00
Vrijdag 12:00 - 17:00
Zaterdag 12:00 - 17:00

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