Jeanine Hofland
Artists : 
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Exhibitions :  A Petite Fair ,  Facebook ,  Instagram

Upcoming Exhibitions :

"A spear, a spike, a point, a nail, a drip, a drop, the end of the tale", Group exhibition with a.o.:  Débora Bolsoni, Cristiano Lenhardt, Sara Ramo and Matheus Rocha Pitta
Co-curated by Tiago de Abreu Pinto

Ellen de Bruijne Projects, Amsterdam
www.edbprojects.com
  (3 September — 5 November 2016)

Catherine's News :

"Violence in Cartoon History", Artist Talk at the Intitut Kunst HGK, Basel (CH)  (8 June 2016 — )

Catherine's News :

"THE FEAR OF KILLING/THE FEAR OF BEING KILLED", Le Foyer, Zurich (CH)  (17 June 2016 — )

Catherine's News :

"Group Show", Greengrassi, London (UK)  (24 June — July 2016)

Matea's News :

"Working Title Situation #04 — Living the Image", Work Space Brussels, Brussels (BE)  (03 — 04 June & 24 — 25 June 2016)

Feiko's News :

"The Inevitable Others", Kunsthuis SYB, Beetsterzwaag (NL)  (1 November — 18 December 2016)

Feiko's News :

"Residency at Tembe Art Studio", Moengo Suriname (supported by Mondriaan Fonds)  (1 March — 30 June 2016)

Feiko's News :

"Welkom Thuis", Villa Zebra, Rotterdam   (11 December 2015 — 20 November 2016)

Rumiko's News :

"Capitalist Melancholia", HALLE 14, Leipzig (DE)  (30 April — 7 August 2016)

Rumiko's News :

"Arts Maebashi / Local Art Project", Residency program
Tatsumachi Studio
Chiyodamachi 2-4-26, Maebashi (JP)  (24 February — 24 March 2016)

Maarten's News :

"De Context", Museum Flehite, Amersfoort (NL)
Opening 20 February, 17:00 – 19:00  (21 February — 1 May 2016)

Maarten's News :

"Where The Sun Hits The Water", Scharmann Laskowski, Cologne (DE)  (30 January — 12 March 2016)

A Petite Fair , 

Announcement :

In July 2016, after almost six years of beautiful and daring exhibitions and collaborations at the De Clercqstaat 62 in Amsterdam, we have decided to challenge the traditional gallery model and move into the direction of a “traveling” space. The concept of this “traveling” or “mobile” space is set around the idea of collaborations, which can be both in and outside the art field, online and offline.

Being not bound to the pressure of annual exhibition numbers and the limitations of a permanent space, but function upon the urgency of the exhibition or project we (co-)curate and accommodate the needs of our artists in a more flexible manner. Keep an eye on our website or social media channels to find out where the gallery ‘pops-up’.