Top 5 go to expo’s in March

Top 5 go to expo’s

  1. Midnight in Paris – A solo exhibition by Franky Sticks in CROOS Rotterdam – till april 20th. With this exhibition Franky Sticks tells the story about a city that’s inspired him for the past three years: Paris, France. The artworks show progress in him being an artist and a full dedication to his journey. A series of artworks that reveal the contrast between day and night. Franky Sticks is an illustrator and deejay from Rotterdam. Music, culture, daily life and cartoons are strong influences in his art. Visit Midnight in Paris this week in Crooswijk! 

2. Rotterdam based Brian Romeijn’s ‘Something old, something new’ in WE ARE NOW – till April 21st at the We are Now – Art & Design House: Zwaanshals 290, Rotterdam. Fascinated with decayed and abandoned buildings that once had a soul and breathed a wealth of life. Through his vision, Brian recreates the emotion that once filled these mesmerising buildings for others to experience his experiences. His photography is unconventionally beautiful. Go check it out in these last 2 weeks of the show!

3. ‘The eye is the centre / magnify me’ by Rotterdam’s Alexandra Roozen in de Ketelfactory – from April 19th till July 15th. Alexandra Roozen’s work speaks of experiment, but is also deeply indebted to the tradition of drawing. The method of her work is based on repetitive structures. Small hand gestures such as dots, scratches and strokes which she repeats endlessly. Although her work is based on analysis and her drawings possess a multi-layered perspective, Romeijn’s hasn’t revealed any information about her upcoming exhibition, but expect a meditative multi-layered perspective in these works, where no spot is left blank.

4. Thursday Night Live! BNO IMG LAB: Schone Schijn – in Het Nieuwe Instituut. During this BNO IMG LAB-evening nothing’s what it seems. Makers playing with the illusion of reality to set the viewer off on the wrong foot. The questions – whether it’s beautiful or horrendous, good or bad, real or fake – arises. The thursday evening on May 3rd will contain a variety in programs about architecture, design and digital culture. 

5. Unwired by Jacqueline Hassink in Fotomuseum Rotterdam – till may 6th. Ever wondered if you can spend a day without your phone? Can you relate to that feeling of panic or stress when your phone connection is down? Photographer Jacqueline Hassink traveled the world for her exhibition to so called ‘white spots’: places that have no connection. It’s quite a confronting exhibition that emphasises the smartphone addiction and shows our need for a digital detox to create awareness of the here and now and some mental peace.

Image: Unwired landscapes by Jacqueline Hassink from Galerie Wouter van Leeuwen.


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