As part of an on-going series of in-house exhibitions each half-year a different Amsterdam based contemporary art gallery is invited to curate a site-specific show specially made to reflect the history of the building and the place. The exhibitions are a starting point for public meetings, discussions and receptions. Through this program we would like to show our appreciation and support towards the Amsterdam art scene.
How Soon is Now? is a display of Dutch and international artists invited by the gallery Stigter van Doesburg and co-curator Corinne Groot. The works are exhibited in the various iconic rooms and monumental office spaces of Herengracht 474. The Amsterdam based gallery is the third partner in the series. The exhibition brings together a group of artists with distinct conceptual, material and formal procedures. Their works, varying from perfectly built up photographs to evocative installations, will engage and decode many aspects of the present moment.
Artists: Tjebbe Beekman // Sema Bekirovic // Mark Boulos // Yael Davids // Amie Dicke // Elspeth Diederix // Irene Fortuyn // Peggy Franck // Lucas Lenglet // Nathaniel Mellors // Amalia Pica // Maaike Schoorel // Daniel van Straalen // Pilvi Takala // Freek Wambacq
How Soon is Now? can be seen by appointment on weekdays during regular office hours. For an appointment, please contact Manifesta Foundation. And keep an eye on the DutchCulture agenda for artist talks and other meeting connected to this exhibition.
Exhibition dates: 27 November - 31 March 2015
Location: Herengracht 474 in Amsterdam
Visit: by appointment on weekdays from 10.00 till 17.00