Artists from De Ateliers exhibiting in Amsterdam during Amsterdam Art Weekend 2019
Many (former) participants of De Ateliers present their work during Amsterdam Art Weekend in various venues in the city. The exhibition ‘Prix de Rome’ in the Stedelijk Museum includes recent paintings by Esiri Erheriene-Essi and the newest film of prize-winner Rory Pilgrim; also on view in the Stedelijk Museum is ‘Hybrid Sculpture’, with ceramics by Rob Birza (Museumplein 10). New works of Los Angeles-based artist Matthew Monahan are on view in ‘Boys Don’t Cry’, his fourth soloshow with Fons Welters Gallery; in the same gallery, Polish artist Sarah Ksieska makes her Dutch debut in Playstation (Bloemstraat 140). Erik van Lieshout and Marlene Dumas are both represented in ‘Manifesta Revisited’ at Manifesta HQ (Herengracht 474). Michiel ten Bokum neemt deel aan een duoshow in Galerie Vriend van Bavink (Gelderskade 58). Janine van Oene has her first soloshow at Gerhard Hofland Gallery (Bilderdijkstraat 165-C), David Bade is showing with Kers Gallery together with Shaun Ellison, their performance ‘Art Goes Market!’ is on Lindengracht Market on Saturday 12-5pm, right in front of the gallery (Lindengracht 148), new work of Eva Räder is presented by Galerie DudokDeGroot (Tweede Laurierdwarsstraat 1-3) and Evita Vasiljeva made a special installation for unsurpassed artists run space Marwan (Fokke Simonszstraat 12). Young Indian artist Sarah Naqvi is represented in the new feminists art show ‘Heroines Now’ at Akinci Gallery (Lijnbaansgracht 317). Derk Thijs participates in the artist curated exhibition ‘Starhawk’s Backyard’ at Galerie Onrust (Planciusstraat 7). Axel Linderholm, Jacob Dwyer and Charlott Weise participate in ‘Ampersands’ at W139 (Warmoesstraat 139). In ‘Private View’, the exhibition at Huize Frankendael celebrating 25 years Slewe Gallery, represented artists include Steven Aalders, Krijn de Koning, Michael Jacklin, Robert-Jan Gijzen and Adam Colton (Middenweg 72). Thomas Swinkels participates in ‘Elsewhere within’, a group show at FramerFramed (Oranje Vrijstaatkade 71). Alex Dordoy is represented at ‘Amsterdam Collected’, a selection of works from private collections, in Capital C (Weesperplein 4-B).