Tentoonstelling — Performance

Opening Woonhuis De Ateliers x Sudden Wealth & Roy Claire Potter

woensdag 31 mei 2023
→ Woonhuis De Ateliers
Stadhouderskade 86 (Ingang via de rechterzijde)
1073 AT Amsterdam
Free admission

Opening of Woonhuis and book launch of De Ateliers 1963-2023. History of an artists’ institute

31 May, 5 – 7 pm

5 pm – ceremonial cutting of the ribbon by Marlene Dumas

6 pm – performance by Sudden Wealth with Roy Claire Potter

9 Balusters, newly commissioned works by:

Nina Canell, Chris Evans, Tild Greene, Philipp Gufler, Frieder Haller, Cecilia Bjartmar Hylta, Clémence de La Tour du Pin, Brianna Leatherbury, Marina Pinsky

Don’t Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth, a group exhibition with De Ateliers participants:

Gegee Ayurzana, Annabelle Binnerts, Ryan Christopher, Klaartje van Essen, Clémence Lollia Hilaire, Bart Houwers, Gvantsa Jgushia, Alexandra Kadzevich, Félix Keslassy, Samuel Mackiewicz, Neda Mirhosseini, Anthony Ngoya, Michelle Chang Qin, Johan Roelofs, W. Rossen, Daisy Smith, Tobias Thaens, Joppe Venema, Katie Watchorn and Leah Zhang.

Also including work by Minne Kersten, Vita Soul Wilmering and echo + seashell (Henna Hyvärinen and Susan Kooi) & Sophie Lee

The book launch of De Ateliers 1963-2023. History of an artists’ institute by Dominic van den Boogerd, design by Sabo Day

To coincide with the 60th anniversary of De Ateliers, a new book about the illustrious history has been produced. De Ateliers 1963-2023. History of an artists’ institute is compiled and written by Dominic van den Boogerd, who has been involved with De Ateliers since 1995 as director (until 2018) and coordinator of artistic and art historical guidance.

About Sudden Wealth and Roy Claire Potter: Proposed by Chris Evans, Sudden Wealth is a collaboration with Morten Norbye Halvorsen, Graham Kelly and invited poets and artists who use spoken word as their medium. Roy Claire Potter is an artist who tells stories from fragmented, intense images that depict moving bodies or domestic scenes and architectural settings