KUNSTJONGEREN Step into a world in which you are not central, but the plant. On 15 and 16 May you can experience this exhibition with work by the artists Farida Sedoc and Mirjam Linschooten, curated by the Kunstjongeren.
This may or may not be a true story or a lesson in resistance is the Final Outcome of de Appel’s Curatorial Programme 2019/2020. This 'exhibition in print' is curated by CP participants Thomas Butler, Sharmyn Cruz Rivera, Juan Fernando López, Iris Ferrer, Danai Giannoglou and Naz Kocadere.
A new Education Initiative by de Appel to engage the hands and hearts of all ages.
The multifaceted artist — and alum of de Ateliers — returns for a special interview to offer fresh perspective on our times. In hand, on our minds and on offer through de Appel’s (web)shop are Grace Ndiritu's new book of interviews, DISSENT WITHOUT MODIFICATION as well as selections from her COVERSLUT© line of clothing.
Home Is Where The Music Is
de Appel set the tone for 2021 by listening and learning with the co-curators of Sonsbeek 2021—>2021
Upon invitation from the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, in the framework of Ulay Was Here (21.11.2020 – 30.05.2021), de Appel is honoured to present: Here is Ulay with
New Barbizon is a celebrated collective of five painters: Zoya Cherkassky-Nnadi, Olga Kundina, Maria Pomiansky, Anna Lukashevsky, Natalia Zourabova… Visit the new website dedicated to work that the five artists produced while in Amsterdam...
Darby English:
The King’s Two Bodies
KEYNOTE 2020 look back
Watch online: recording of Darby English, 'The King’s Two Bodies', de Appel 2020 Keynote at Oude Lutherse Kerk on January 13, 2020
Georgia Sagri's research practice, IASI, has begun with one-on-one sessions in our Aula and her exhibition IASI: Stage of Recovery. Opening 23rd of October
Reading Group
This autumn, we gathered with guests of honour to read Audre Lorde: Dream of Europe, selected seminars and interviews: 1984–1992, edited and with an afterword Mayra A. Rodriguez Castro.
Livestream discussions
Black Renaissance organizes a series of evenings to address racism in the Netherlands: “During the conversations we will remove as much noise as possible about what racism actually is and how the system came into the world and embedded itself in our consciousness and institutions.”
What does it mean to perceive an artwork – and the artist who made it – in different light? As de Appel reopens amidst profound social and environmental change, we rethink our future program and use the present to connect to makers of art and history – themselves connected to Amsterdam.