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Masterly! — Boijmans next door

Kunsthal, Rotterdam

Exhibition

2020

Masterly! — Boijmans next door | Kunsthal, Rotterdam | Exhibition | 2020

‘Masterly!’ presents a grand retrospective of four centuries of paintings and drawings from the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen collection. It features work by famous masters such as Rembrandt, Rubens, Van Gogh, Delacroix, Pissarro, Saenredam, Goltzius and Basquiat. The exhibition highlights the special relationship between drawing and painting and reveals the great masters’ love of drawing.

‘Masterly!’ is part of Boijmans Next Door, a city-wide project to keep the collection of Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen visible during its renovation.

curatorsFriso Lammertse en Eva van Diggelen graphic designZEE, Jan van Mechelen

Breathing Colour — Hella Jongerius

National Museum Stockholm

Exhibition

2019

Breathing Colour — Hella Jongerius | National Museum Stockholm | Exhibition | 2019

The Nationalmuseum in Stockholm presents Hella Jongerius’s exhibition ‘Breathing Colour’, a visual installation that features the results of her longstanding research into colour, shape, light and materials.

On the borderline between art and design, it presents a visual examination of how colour and light interplay and change during all hours of the day. In forms of paper, textiles, ceramics, metal and plastics, designer Hella Jongerius displays her many years of artistic research into colour, light and materiality. Her study is deepened in the meeting of the works of art she has chosen from Nationalmuseum’s collections.

graphic designRobert Beckand documentationAnna Danielsson

Tarkovski — the exhibition

Eye Filmmuseum Amsterdam

Exhibition

2019

Tarkovski — the exhibition | Eye Filmmuseum Amsterdam | Exhibition | 2019

With associative films rich in imagery, such as Andrei Rublev (1966), Solaris (1972), The Mirror (1974) and especially Stalker (1979), Andrei Tarkovsky (1932‒1986) made his name as a leading innovator of the language of cinema.  Eye presents an exhibition devoted to the celebrated filmmaker and mystic, focusing specifically on Tarkovsky’s quest for existential truth. In addition to immersing the visitor in Tarkovsky’s imagery, the exhibition includes unique documents — letters, photos and Polaroids — that have never previously been displayed in the Netherlands.

curatorsJaap Guldemond graphic designJoseph Plateau av techniqueIndy Video light designMaarten Warmerdam documentationHans Wilschut

Interlace — Hella Jongerius

Lafayette Anticipations Paris

Exhibition

2019

Interlace — Hella Jongerius | Lafayette Anticipations Paris | Exhibition | 2019

Throughout summer 2019, Lafayette Anticipations invites the Dutch designer Hella Jongerius. She uses the building’s performative qualities to transform the interior space into a vast, constantly shifting loom; a giant textile studio, open to the public.
Interlace exposes the viewing public to the textile production process in order to create awareness, re-valuation and appreciation for textiles. It shows what consumers don’t usually see: the research and experimentation, the tools and materials, the trial and error that are as important as the result itself.
Throughout the three months of the exhibition, the public will be able to see new textile pieces being woven in the gallery space.

graphic designMaelle Brientini documentationRoel van Tour

William Kentridge — Ten drawings for projection

Eye Filmmuseum Amsterdam

Exhibition

2019

William Kentridge — Ten drawings for projection | Eye Filmmuseum Amsterdam | Exhibition | 2019

This exhibition showed the ten ‘Drawings for Projection’, that South African artist William Kentridge donated to the Eye Filmmuseum in 2015. These ten short animation films, that were made in between 1989 and 2011, marked Kentridge’s breakthrough on the international art scene. Also included in the exhibition was the film installation O Sentimental Machine (2015), featuring historical footage of Russian revolutionist Leon Trotsky. The exhibition took place during the Holland Festival, for which William Kentridge was Associate Artist.The exhibition also featured a number of large wall tapestries that Kentridge produced at a local weaving mill in Johannesburg.

curatorsJaap Guldemond, Marente Bloemheuvel graphic designJoseph Plateau av techniqueIndy Video light designMaarten Warmerdam documentationHans Wilschut