Jessy Rahman and Marlies Adriaanse went in a study trip to New York in October 15-25, 2014.
With thanks to Stroom Den Haag.
Closing : Hoogtij # 37, Friday, 30 May 2014, 19:00
During Hoogtij, we are visited by pARTytent, a nomadic exhibition tent hosting art by an ever changing group of Dutch artists.
With : Anke Land, Hinke Schreuders, Pier Penning, Ferry Staverman, Marisa Rappard, Niels Broszat, Maite Louisa, Erik-Jan Ligtvoet, Harold de Bree, Jessy Rahman, Geeske Harting, Marlies Adriaanse and Pietertje van Splunter.
Friday 2 – Saturday 3, May 2014.
Jessy Rahman, Marlies Adriaanse, Elizabeth de Vaal, Erik-Jan Ligtvoet, Topp&Dubio, Ingrid Rollema, Kees Koomen, Maarten Schepers, Ellen Rodenberg, Mike Rijnierse, Ludmila Rodrigues, Stefanie Scholte, Pietertje van Splunter, Geeske Harting, Maite Louise, Diána Zékány, Csaba Nemes.
A group of artists selected by Quartair go to Lana from April 28th to May 4th in the context of a cultural exchange between Southern Tirol and Den Haag. The title, The Second Explodes, refers to a happening, apparently fleeting encounters (between artworks/public/artists), or an explosion of events that will take place within a short time span.
The explosion starts with a stream of associations. Besides showing existing artworks, the starting point for the artists will be to create site-specific work and performances. The Second Explodes is a happening, with film, performance, drawings, paintings, installations and sound. Don’t miss the artwalk on Saturday! A master of ceremonies will accompany the visitors and he will put the different happenings and artworks in the spotlight.
With thanks to
Perennial Art presents the third leg of the touring exhibition, A Drawback, after Edinburgh (2010) and Berlin (2011).
Opening on Friday, 4 April
Exhibition until 27 April 2014
With: Sara Bomans, Iris van Dongen, Marcel van Eeden, Jay Isaac, Dionisis Kavallieratos, Michael Kirkham, Arno Kramer, Nathan Menglesis, Fiona Michie, Samantha Rees, Sebastiaan Schlicher, Witte Wartena, Robin Whitmore.
Friday, 28 February 2014, from 20:00 until 21:00
Also open during Hoogtij, 7 March 2014, from 19:00 to 23:00.
The establishment of the Theatre of Wrong Decisions – an initiative of The Hague-based sculptor Ingrid Rollema – was prompted by the breakout of the Syrian war; an indescribably cruel war with incomprehensible motives of which the end is not on the horizon.
During Theatre of Wrong Decisions’s inaugural meeting, on 28 February 2014 at Quartair Contemporary Art Initiatives (55 Toussaintkade in The Hague), artists, scientists and theorists reflected on the horrors of the Syrian war from a number of different perspectives. Speeches were given and discussions were held. To conclude the evening, a theatrical performance took place during which Macbethian madness and lust for destruction were given tangible form.
Working at the Theatre of Wrong Decisions:
Frans Zwartjes, Gerard Holthuis, Sandro Bruti, Rosh Abdelfatah, Jessy Rahman, Marsel Loermans, Yvette Commandeur, Mary Sue Siegel, Michael de Roo, Suzanne Groothuis, Paul Bruijninckx, Maite Louisa, Marlies Adriaanse, Tom Dommisse, Eva Villanueva.