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We are animals

Kunsthal, Rotterdam

Exhibition

2021

We are animals | Kunsthal, Rotterdam | Exhibition | 2021

The exhibition ‘We Are Animals’ in the Kunsthal brings together a great variety of extraordinary animal creations by over thirty contemporary artists. Works by artists such as Maurizio Cattelan, Candida Höfer, Paul McCarthy, and David Shrigley show the relationship between human beings and animals, and reveal how we, as humans, see and try to understand ourselves better through animals.
‘We are Animals’ explores different aspects of the relationship between humans and animals. The works either express edgy perspectives on how humans manipulate other animal species, or celebrate and appreciate animals for being the miraculous creatures that we can recognise so much of ourselves in.

Sculptures of feathered polar bears, installations with wild wolves, monumental paintings of cuddly cats, and poignant photographs of zoos: this provocative selection of works has resulted in an exciting exhibition that offers food for thought.

curatorsEva van Diggelen exhibition designClaus Wiersma graphic designZee / Jan van Mechelen

Steel staircase

Kunsthal, Rotterdam

Interior Architecture

2021

Steel staircase | Kunsthal, Rotterdam | Interior Architecture | 2021

Removable steel staircase for temporary one-directional routing in museum, due to COVID-19 measurements.

designClaus Wiersma executionKloosterboer-decor

Vive le cinéma! — Art and Film

Eye Filmmuseum Amsterdam

Exhibition

2021

Vive le cinéma! — Art and Film | Eye Filmmuseum Amsterdam | Exhibition | 2021

For this exhibition that marks the 75th anniversary of the Filmmuseum and the 50th International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR), Eye and the IFFR have selected five film directors from five continents as a way of celebrating the unlimited power and diversity of world cinema.
The filmmakers — Lucrecia Martel (South America), Nanouk Leopold (Europe), Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese (Africa), Carlos Reygadas (North America) and Jia Zhang-ke (Asia) — were invited to make a work for the exhibition that exploits the three-dimensional gallery space rather than the two-dimensional cinema screen. For some of them, it was the first time they had created a cinematographic installation that explores the boundaries of their work and of the art of film in general.

exhibition designClaus Wiersma graphic designJoseph Plateau documentationHans Wilschut

Black Album / White Cube

Kunsthal, Rotterdam

Exhibition

2020

Black Album / White Cube | Kunsthal, Rotterdam | Exhibition | 2020

The worlds of visual art and pop music come together at the Kunsthal Rotterdam. From A$AP Rocky, Lady Gaga, and Britney Spears to Joy Division, Euromasters and The Beatles: this is the music that inspired the art in the exhibition ‘Black Album / White Cube’. Thirty five internationally renowned artists show works that have been significantly influenced by music. Over two hundred contemporary artworks have been brought together in the exhibition, including photographs by Wolfgang Tillmans and Anton Corbijn, video installations by Cyprien Gaillard and Arthur Jafa, and paintings by Albert Oehlen and Emil Schult. Divided into chapters such as ‘remixing and sampling’ or ‘original and copy’, the exhibition features countless exciting cross-overs.(copywright KunstHal)

curatorsMax Dax & Eva van Diggelen exhibition designClaus Wiersma documentationJob Janssen

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 exhibition designClaus Wiersma graphic designZEE, Jan van Mechelen documentationLotte Stekelenburg