On March 3, 4 and 5 eleven artists present their work in an exhibition in the beautiful space of the Kunstkapel in Amsterdam. The initiative originated in Corona time, but due to the lockdowns, the exhibition could not take place twice. is the day. There is an exciting mix of diverse work on display and some works enter into a conversation with each other.
For example, there are Saar Scheerling's 'Talismans' made from old mattresses, minimalist sculptures by Britte Koolen and geometric paintings by Paul Ouderkerk. Organizer Sonja Cabalt shows the series 'Pods' and an installation, Sarai van de Boel shows a tapestry and spatial work. Textile wall objects by Chris van Veghel, Marjo Postma with tufties and ceramics and embroidered portraits by Lia de Jonghe. In addition to the XL rugs 'Dashes' by orange or red, there are photos by JD Hali and poetic 'Bildnis' by Johnny Mae Hauser. At the entrance is a gallery shop with artist's books and small work is sold. The artists themselves will be present to explain their work. A snack and a drink can be enjoyed in the chapel lounge. Welcome to the opening on Thursday 2 March from 5-8 PM.
Address: Kunstkapel, Prinses Irenestraat 21 1077WT Amsterdam (in the Beatrixpark)
date: March 3-4-5 from 12:00-18:00