exhibitions

now on show

, 14 September - 2 November,

opens Saturday 13 september, 4 p.m.

Echoes of Artificial Landscapes is a group exhibition with works by Nicole Bianchet, Tamara Dees and Kees Wijker, artists living and working in the region.

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, 5 September - 2 November,

Photo(s): Peter Cox

opens Saturday 13 september, 5 p.m.

Zinging Tangerine is the overall name of the exhibition project at De Vleeshal from Friday 5 September to Sunday 26 October 2014. Koen Delaere and Jeroen Doorenweerd will turn De Vleeshal’s exhibition space into a painting laboratory that is open to the public. During the first week their working process will be presented as a performance. The results will then be displayed in a carefully constructed exhibition from 13 September onwards.

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exhibitions

upcoming

, 15 November - 14 December,

The Gardens of Sardinia, Cyprus and Jerusalem is a project by the Italian artist Paolo Chiasera realized both at MAN Museum of Nuoro in Sardinia (Italy) and De Vleeshal centre for visual arts in Middelburg (Netherlands).

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, 15 November - 14 December,

Marl – a Ruhr city as an urban utopia? Inspired by the now legendary 1950s urban planning project in Marl, British artist Charlotte Mothʼs new film The story of a different thought (2014) explores the secrets and shortcomings of an architectural Gesamtkunstwerk and the many stories entwined within this “modernism indebted” building complex. The film was made as part of the Production Grant given by the Kunstproduzenten, Cologne, marking the first of its grants to a young, German or international artist in the field of electronic and digital media.

Opens: Friday 14th, 4 p.m.

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, 25 January - 25 March,

The Registry of Promise is a series of exhibitions that reflect on our increasingly fraught relationship with what the future may or may not hold in store for us. These exhibitions engage and play upon the various readings of promise as something that simultaneously anticipates a future, its fulfillment or lack thereof, as well as a kind of inevitability, both positive or negative. Such polyvalence assumes a particular poignance in the current historical moment.

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