A group exhibition by Rhythm Section
1017 KH Amsterdam
April 14 – May 20, 2018
Hours: Wed–Sat, 1–6 pm
Opening: Saturday, April 14, 4–6 pm
January 28 – February 4, 2018
Hours: January 28, and February 3 and 4, 1–5 pm
Opening: Saturday, January 27, 5 pm
IS-projects is celebrating its tenth anniversary with a Bring Your Own Art with invited artists in Marktsteeg 10 on 27 January 2018.
Participating artists: Lyda Bekker, Marja van Bijlevelt, Pedro Boese, Richard Bottwin, Sanne Bruggink, Edgar Diehl, Iemke van Dijk, Jasper van der Graaf, José Heerkens, Henriëtte van ’t Hoog, Roland de Jong, Gracia Khouw, Zora Kreuzer, Gerda Kruimer, Josephine Lakerveld, Guido Nieuwendijk, Tineke Porck, Albert Roskam, Marena Seeling, Tonneke Sengers, Rubins J. Spaans, Frans Vendel, Marije Vermeulen, Coen Vernooij, Jan Maarten Voskuil, Werner Windisch, Guido Winkler and Yumiko Yoneda.
Artists: Anneke Bosma (NL), Karina Bugayova (DE/UA), Christoph Dahlhausen (DE), Iemke van Dijk (NL), Daniel Geiger (DE), Henriëtte van ’t Hoog (NL), Oleksiy Koval (DE/UA), Guido Nieuwendijk (NL), Xiao Tang (CN), Marije Vermeulen (NL), Veronika Wenger (DE), Guido Winkler (NL), Michael Wright (UK).
Texts: Ine Dammers, Dmytro Goncharenko, Wies van Moorsel, Antoinette Reuten, Karin Wimmer, and others.
Graphic design: Folkert van der Hoek, together with Studio van Es.
Supported by the Department of Arts and Culture of the City of Munich and by Kastner AG.
Karin Wimmer Contemporary Art
December 1, 2017 – January 25, 2018
Hours: Wed 2–6 pm, Thu 2–7 pm, Fri 2–6 pm, Sat by appointment
Opening reception: Thursday, November 30, 7 pm
Participating artists: Anneke Bosma (NL), Karina Bugayova (DE/UA), Christoph Dahlhausen (DE), Iemke van Dijk (NL), Daniel Geiger (DE),
De Stijl & Rhythm Section
Rhythm Section wants to continue to celebrate the birth of De Stijl. The title of this exhibition at Karin Wimmer Contemporary Art in Munich refers to Mondrian’s famous paintings Broadway Boogie Woogie and Victory Boogie Woogie. In this exhibition we focus on the networking and exchange between contemporary artists who are concerned with the De Stijl movement.
This exhibition is supported by Kastner AG, Wolznach; Landeshauptstadt München; Tijl Fonds voor de beeldende kunst, Amsterdam; Dr Wies van Moorsel, Amsterdam; and Reuten Galerie, Amsterdam. The exhibition takes place in cooperation with Reuten Galerie, Amsterdam.
June 2 – August 27, 2017
Participating artists: Linda Arts (NL), Justin Andrews (AU), Alain Biltereyst (BE), Bob Bonies (NL), Sanne Bruggink (NL), Sigrid Calon (NL), Matthew Deleget (US), Jasper van der Graaf (NL), Terry Haggerty (GB), Brent Hallard (AU), Henriëtte van ’t Hoog (NL), Gilbert Hsiao (US), Gracia Khouw (NL), Zora Kreuzer (DE), Guido Nieuwendijk (NZ), Rob de Oude (NL), Jan van der Ploeg (NL), Thomas Raat (NL), Marije Vermeulen (NL), Zedz (NL).
This exhibition features murals created at the invitation of Museum De Lakenhal by twenty leading artists of varying national origin. The wall paintings all build on the ideas of Theo van Doesburg, who launched his
One hundred years after the birth of the De Stijl movement, Museum De Lakenhal is taking stock of what has been achieved. The murals are being exhibited in the town’s Pieterskerkhof area, while a scale model of the Maison d’Artiste can be seen on Het Gerecht. The Maison d’Artiste was designed by Theo van Doesburg and Cornelis van Eesteren in Paris
1329 Willoughby Avenue 2A
Brooklyn, NY 11237
March 31 – May 7, 2017
Hours: Sat–Sun 1–6 pm and by appointment:
Opening reception: Friday, March 31, 6–9 pm
Closing reception: Sunday, May 7, 3–6 pm
Participating artists: Steven Baris, Richard Bottwin, Edgar Diehl,
OPPLER features artworks that visually move and shift beneath one’s gaze, triggering relational reactions, synesthetic responses, and wobbly eyes. The artists included have created works that straddle unmapped and unmappable spaces, where objects move and shift, triggering simultaneous contradictory sensory readings.
OPPLER includes works that tangentially relate to Op Art, Minimalism, Kinetic Art, Concrete Art and Color Field Painting, though none of these historic movements is fully representative of the work shown. The subject of the work is the work itself; what you see is what it is.
OPPLER includes site-specific installation, two-dimensional painting and low relief three-dimensional wall sculpture. While the three-dimensional works may appear flat, many of the two-dimensional works leap off the wall and into the eyes.
1017 KH Amsterdam
January 14 – February 19, 2017
Hours: Wed–Sat 1–6 pm, and by appointment
Opening reception: Saturday, January 14, 4–6 pm