• Anoek Steketee joins the gallery.

    07 March 2015

    Flatland is extremely proud to start working with Dutch photographer Anoek Steketee!

    Under the patronage of the Mondrian Fund, Anoek Steketee is nominated for the 2015 Prix de Rome. An international jury will announce 4 finalists on April 15th, 2015.

    Steketee exhibited her work recently in the 'On the Move photography' exhibition at the Stedelijk and FOAM. With journalist Eefje Blankevoort (Montreal, CA, 1978) she did a trans-medial project, about the process of reconciliation in post-genocide Rwanda, based around a popular radio soap.

    It consists of a web documentary (www.loveradio-rwanda.org), photographs and installations.

    Love Radio straddles the thin line between fact and fiction. The photographs of listeners in gloomy settings and fairy-tale landscapes are combined with installations which reveal a more complex reality. While in the soap happy endings predominate, reconciliation in real life is rather more intransigent.

    The project addresses the role of the media in society and the emergence of collective thinking and scapecoating.

    (More information on Steketee's project Love Radio can be seen on the website of the Stedelijk).
  • Art Brussels 2015

    12 December 2014

    Flatland Gallery is proud to be part of upcoming edition of Art Brussels in the section YOUNG.

    The YOUNG section represents galleries with a strong international art program who show young and mid-career artists. Galleries from this section are selected by the International Selection Committee and Katerina Gregos, Artistic Director of Art Brussels.

    For YOUNG South African photographer Katharine Cooper (1978, Grahamstown, South Africa) has been selected. Cooper has also been nominated for the SOLO Prize, the prize for the best solo presentation of the fair.
  • Exactitudes booklaunch at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

    09 December 2014

    The new book of Exactitudes is out with new images of visitors of the Rijksmuseum. This 6th edition will be launched at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam on Thursday December 11th, 2014.

    Exactitudes - 'exact' plus attitudes' - is the longterm art project by Dutch artists Ari Versluis and Ellie Uyttenbroek. Since 1994 they work together and travel the world seeking and infiltrating different groups in search of individuals to comprise Exactitudes.
  • Art in Redlight, Amsterdam based Artist's Artfair! 10th edition of Art in Redlight

    06 December 2014

    Flatland Gallery is happy to participate in Art in Redlight. The gallery will be exhibiting the work of Gioia de Bruijn and Cornelie Tollens.

    Openingsparty & Preview: Tuesday 23 December, 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.

    from 23 December 2014 till 30 December 2014
    (closed on 24-, 25- and 26 December)

    Art in Redlight
    Beurs van Berlage,
    Damrak, Amsterdam
  • Carolein Smit in ‘QUEENSIZE – Female Artists from the Olbricht Collection’, Berlin

    25 November 2014

    7 December 2014 - 30 August 2015

    Saturday exhibition opening on 6 December, 5 – 8 p.m.
    press breakfast Friday, 5 December, 10 a.m.

    me Collectors Room/Olbricht Foundation will present its first ever exhibition dedicated entirely to women artists, in a show entitled ‘QUEENSIZE – Female Artists from the Olbricht Collection’, opening on 7 December 2014. With close to 60 artists, the exhibition represents a third of all women artists featured in the collection. Works on display in all manner of media stem from such respected artists as Helene Appel, Louise Bourgeois, Nathalie Djurberg, Marlene Dumas, Klara Kristalova, Sükran Moral, Elizabeth Peyton, Patricia Piccinini, Cindy Sherman, Taryn Simon, and Carolein Smit, to name but a few.

    please visit the website of me Collectors Room for more information.
  • Paris Photo 2014

    08 November 2014

    Grand Palais, Paris, France
    from 13 November 2014 till 16 November 2014

    Flatland Gallery is pleased to announce to be part of the 18th edition of Paris Photo, which will be held November 13th-16th, 2014 at the Grand Palais in Paris.
    (vernissage Wednesday 12 November, 2014)

    On view we have work from Katharine Cooper, Julia Fullerton-Batten, Ruud van Empel and Paulo Ventura.

    For the first time worldwide "The Funeral of an Anarchist", by Italian photographer Paolo Ventura is set up. The work is an installation of 144 cropped photos, each approx 12 cm high, with cardboard applied behind, placed on a wooden platform. The work is a unique piece.
  • ERWIN OLAF: Vol. II (publ. aperture foundation)

    05 November 2014

    Erwin Olaf will be joining PARIS PHOTO on Friday November 14, at 2 p.m. for signing of his latest book by aperture. In Vol II stills from his latest work, 'the waiting", a video installation, are published.

    At the THE RIJKSMUSEUM, Amsterdam, Erwin Olaf will present Vol II this weekend. The event is private and by invitation only.
  • Johan Grimonprez _ Double Take | Bad Thoughts

    10 October 2014

    Johan Grimonprez, Double Take, 2009

 (part of Amsterdam collectors Martijn en Jeannette Sanders)


    23 October 2014
    Location: Teijin Auditorium

    For more information on Double Take please visit the website of Double Take.

See for tickets the website of The Stedelijk Museum.
  • Paolo Ventura in the MART

    02 October 2014

    It is not enough not to want war and to desire peace.

    In the groupshow "The war which is coming is not the first one. The Great War 1914-2014'', realized under the patronage of the Italian Prime Minister’s Office, a more complex overview regarding the topicality of conflict is offered.

    from 03 October 2014 till 20 September 2015

    with work by Paolo Ventura

    for more information please visit website of the Mart, the museum of modern and contemporary art of Trento and Rovereto, Italy.
  • On the Move - groupshow with Rob Hornstra_Stedelijk Museum

    29 August 2014

    Rob Hornstra's work for The Sochi Project is part of the new exhibition ON THE MOVE at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

    from 29 August 2014 till 18 January 2015

    for more information please visit the website of the Stedelijk Museum