Unfortunately due to current COVID-19 measures, Rietveld Uncut that was supposed to take place in Stedelijk Museum has been revised. As the museum had to close its’ doors and the 28 projects that were developedContinue Reading…
- March 8, 2020
- February 8, 2020
- January 8, 2020
Together with writer Iskra Vuksic and graphic designer Camilla Kovecses I have been compiling the developments of Rietveld Uncut over the past 10 years from an art educational point of view. more soon!
- May 29, 2019
Some images from ten years Rietveld Uncut were presented in Eight Cubic Meters, an window gallery presenting works by Rietveld students, located in a bit of a hidden Amsterdam street. This image shows visitors watching the exhibition in Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.
- April 15, 2019
Karl Georg Staffan Björk- Gerbrand Burger-Malin Persson-Tarja Szaraniec-Monica Tormell
Opening May 3 17.00-21.00
4–26 May 2019, Saturday and Sunday’s 13:00—17:00
Benedenland is supported by AFK
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- February 20, 2019
Rietveld Uncut is an annual presentation by the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, that I initiate and organize together with Tomas Adolfs since 2009.
Since 2013 we are collaborating with Studium Generale, bringing together the making and the thinking within the academy, leading up to a conference festival and exhibition programme consisting of works by students and departments. Last 27 -30 March 2019 the latest edition, Take A Walk on the Wild Side, Fabulating Alternative Imaginaries in Art & Life, took place in Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.
- November 30, 2018
Last November the Gerrit Rietveld Academy celebrated its 50 years anniversary with a large exhibition in the new FedLev building. In the context of this Anniversary Show Gerrit turns 50, Willem only 28, I organized aContinue Reading…
- October 1, 2017
As Plan B we were asked to propose an artist for the MK Award. We nominated Saskia Janssen, our proposal being shortlisted for the award was followed by a presentation at TENT Rotterdam.
- September 13, 2017
Exhibition, publication and a whole lot more in Butcher’s Tears Amsterdam. Bad Kitten-Bas Medik-Black Wednesdays-Bucket Boyz-Diana Ozon-End of the Road Cinema with Jeffrey Babcock-Eric Nordin-Ewan Cameron-Felicia von Zweigbergk-Freek Wambacq-Gerard Mostert-Gerbrand Burger-Hanna Gustavsson-Hilma af Klint-Hubert Bouwers-Kalle Runeson-Karl Georg Staffan Björk-Monica Tormell-Nathalie Snel-Nicole Martens-Noiserr-Parkeerplaats-Peggy Frank-Radna Rumping-Robin Watkins-Sander Janzweert-Scapeous-Shadows-Tarja Szaraniec
- April 22, 2017
After two issues dealing with captions and reviews, Dark and Stormy is back once again with a fresh new issue on biographies. With the help of our guest editor Lieven Lahaye, the magazine has swollenContinue Reading…
- September 18, 2016
Solo show at Dapiran Art Project Space, Utrecht 29/10 – 17/12/ 2016
- June 30, 2016
solo with Dapiran Art Project Space
- November 5, 2015
February to March 2016, Science Park, Amsterdam
Artists, scientists and theorists experiment with a visual language that redefines the world through colors, patterns, and structures and a new visual logic.
For this exhibition I made new work inspired by geomorphologist Harry Seijmonsbergen’s research.
Gwenneth Boelens, GRAPPA UvA- Erik Verlinde
Lotte Geeven, API UvA & John van Boxel UvA
Doina Kraal, Nikhef/CERN- Marcel Merk& Niels Tuning
Daniela de Paulis, API UvA- Ralph Wijers & Rudy Wijnands
Tarja Szaraniec, ITFA-Jan de Boer& Harry Seijmonsbergen-UvA
Angelo Vermeulen & Joenoes Natar, WZI UvA- Peter Schall & API UvA & AMOLF , Wim Noorduin
Domnitch& Gelfand, GRAPPA UvA- Erik Verlinde& AMOLF Pieter Rein ten Wolde
Maura Biava, HIMS UvA – Joost Reek & Simon Mathew & Frans Reek
Eva Pel, Nikhef/AMS-IX
- June 20, 2015
Francis Boeske Projects + Nieuw Dakota, Amsterdam June 21- August 1, 2015
At Supermarket Art Fair 2015 Plan B showed work by Etta Säfve, Monica Tormell, Tarja Szaraniec and Jenny Nordberg.
For some years Plan B had been nomadic, after we left our place on the Herengracht in 2010 and before we started collaborating with Mertens Frames in 2016. <
- January 1, 2014