This side agenda shows events and exhibitions that CBK R’dam supports and/or organizes. More info at cbkrotterdam.nl. Info about individual projects by Rotterdam artists at artoffice.info/agenda
5 Jun - 22 Aug
Dolf Henkes Prijs ‘21 – Kevin Osepa, Koes Staassen, Jay Tan & Geo Wyeth
until 17 Jul | 24/7
SHOW BOX#36 – Zaagmolenbrug Wouter van der Giessen – The presentation reflects on the time when the artists lived and worked around the area of the Zaagmolenbrug.
until 7 Aug | 24/7
SHOW BOX#37 – Parksluizen (Westzeedijk 375) A public presentation by Jop Vissers Vorstebosch at the historic kiosk at Parksluizen.
SHOW BOX program presents public and site specific presentations on several locations in the city.
5 Jun - 3 Jul
Publiciteit is a public art project by Publication Studio Rotterdam featuring Ilke Gers, Egbert Alejandro Martina and Falke Pisano. In their different ways, each of the newly commissioned works consider the politics and possibilities of publishing in public space. The works will be accompanied by a citywide poster campaign, a website and a video tour guided by Toon Fibbe, making the project viewable at all hours of the day.
1 - 4 Jul
Waterwerken presenteert.... (Art Rotterdam) – Waterworks is a long-term residency programme in which 6 artists in succession conduct research into our relationship with water. During Rotterdam Art Week 4 artists will present their work through expeditions, talkshows and more. Artists: Maurice Meewisse, Elen Braga, Maud van den Beuken, Josje Hattink and Victor Santamarina.
1 Jul - 1 Aug
An outdoor exhibition throughout the city of Rotterdam with work of over 600 visual artists, designers, photographers, illustrators and image-makers on outdoor advertising posters.
1 Jul | 11.30
A new edition of CBK R’DAM x TENT x Operator Talks during Art Rotterdam week. Featuring Dolf Henkes Award 2021 nominees, curator Katayoun Arian & maker Natalia Sorzano, the artists of the Waterwerken projects Maurice Meeuwisse & Victor Santa Marina and Art Index Rotterdam.
30 Jun - 4 Jul
Site-specific work by Marcha van den Hurk during Rotterdam Art Week. Waving flags at the Van Nelle Factory adorned with texts from inmates from the penitentiary De Schie.
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