Coming up, June 2nd through July 22nd: Luku/Omzien naar… how Suriname inspires and connects, a group exhibition showing work by eight artists who have a special bond with Suriname: Moritz Ebinger, Maartje Jaquet, Renée Koldewijn, Bernardin Langezaal, Annemiek Punt, Maartje Punt, Marja van Putten and Wim Vonk.
Organized in the context of the ‘Suriname Month’ of Stadsherstel Amsterdam, in the beautiful wooden church, the Amstelkerk.
There will be three lectures on Monday evenings from 20:00 (June 13, 20 and 27), the first, June 13th with Renée Koldewijn and Eric Kastelein and me.
A selection of books about Suriname, as well as a special series of postcards with my portraits that are featured in the exhibition, will be for sale in the store of Stadsherstel, on the corner of Kerkstraat and Reguliersgracht, just left of the entrance of the church.
Opening times: Mo – Fri, 9:00 – 17:00
Address: Amstelveld 10, 1017 JD Amsterdam
At the evening of the first lecture, on Monday June 13th, I will talk about the portraits that can be seen in the exhibition in the Amstelkerk, previously made for the duo exhibition ‘Bezielde Lijnen’ in Readytex Art Gallery, Paramaribo (2019), about my friendship and collaboration with RInaldo Klas, visual artist and former director of the Nola Hatterman Institute in Paramaribo and about the project I have been working on since: Keti Koti Project – Ala Sma Tori.
Address: Amstelkerk, Amstelveld 10, 1017 JD Amsterdam