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All exhibitions

Exhibition: HERE/NOW – Current Visions from Colombia

Curator: Carolina Ponce de León.


Finissage HERE/NOW: Poisoned and Punctum

The final event departing from the exhibition HERE/NOW: Current Visions from Colombia with a performance and a talk by Milena Bonilla and Ana María Gómez López.

Past events

Framer Framed anniversary and goodbye party
Come celebrate our anniversary ánd the last month of Framer Framed at the Tolhuistuin with us!
HERE/NOW: Indigenous Knowledge and Activism in Colombia, Talk + film screening
With guest speakers Tatiana Roa and Mariëlle Videler, and a screening of documentary 'Abel' (2015). Part of a series of events on indigenous activism and land rights, departing from exhibition HERE/NOW.
HERE/NOW artist talk: La Decanatura, ‘From the Mule to the Plane’
HERE/NOW artist duo La Decanatura will talk about their exhibited work, as well as their newest film project From the Mule to the Plane
HERE/NOW talk: Mídia NINJA on indigenous activism and land rights
Part of a series of events on indigenous activism and land rights, departing from the exhibition HERE/NOW: Current Visions from Colombia.
Public art in the Molenwijk
Presentatie van het onderzoek van Reinwardt Academie studenten, naar de ideeën en meningen van buurtbewoners over kunst in de publieke ruimte.
Opening: It Never Rains in Streetview
Eindexamenexpositie Breitner Academie. Bij Werkplaats Molenwijk.
Expositie: It Never Rains in Streetview (Werkplaats Molenwijk)
Presentatie van derdejaars Breitner Academie studenten.
Reflections on artistic efforts in relation to the HIV/Aids crisis
Pop-up expositie: Ruilkunst (Breitner Academie)
Als onderdeel van de eindexamenexpositie It Never Rains in Streetview, van de Breitner Academie.
Printing session: Oscar Muñoz’ ‘Narcisos’
In the context of exhibition HERE/NOW
Kunstlicht Launch Event: Nuclear Aesthetics
Kunstlicht Journal launches their latest issue in a programme filled with art, talks & drinks
Digital Histories in Africa: Ancient binary code, earth and the future
An event in the Vertical Atlas series, in collaboration with Framer Framed
Finissage: HERE/NOW at Beautiful Distress House
The exhibition at Beautiful Distress House is on view until 3 April, at Framer Framed until 30 June
Educatie: Kunstschooldag 2019 bij Framer Framed
Lecture: Mieke Bal – Of What One Cannot Speak: Doris Salcedo
Lecture at Beautiful Distress House, in the framework of exhibition HERE/NOW
‘Hoe het voelt om van kleur te zijn’ – Partner event by Dipsaus & Uitgeverij Chaos
Symposium HERE/NOW
At Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, in the context of exhibition HERE/NOW at Framer Framed and Beautiful Distress House
Exhibition: The City is Ours (Werkplaats Molenwijk)
With installations, photography, and videos made by young women in Amsterdam and Tunis, reflecting their visions on what our cities should look like
Citizenship & Cultural Production #6: Perspectives on Public Space with Adeola Enigbokan
Een buurtwandeling en lezing over het gebruik van de openbare ruimte in de Molenwijk
Citizenship & Cultural Production #5: Creative Coding and Workshop Plotting Data
Finale Diasporic Self: Black Love Letters & Manifestos
An event celebrating the final day of Diasporic Self: Black Togetherness as Lingua Franca
Diasporic Self: Informal gatherings with Anne Krul
Citizenship and Cultural Production #4: Disobedient Art
Workshop with Fossil Free Culture NL, part of Broadcasting from Babylon
The City is Ours #2: Fotografie & burgerschap
Uitwisselingsproject tussen Amsterdam en Tunis
Diasporic Self: Lexicon of Black Poetics
This event offers space for (performative) readings that peel away, show, uncover the layers and complexities of black poetics of the everyday.
Citizenship & Cultural Production #3, Workshop Business as Art
With hacker Melanie Rieback, part of public programme Broadcasting from Babylon
The City is Ours #1: Dit is ook mijn wijk!
Eerste workshop in de The City is Ours reeks
Project and exhibition: The City is Ours
An exchange project for young women in Amsterdam and Tunis
Diasporic Self: Caring as Lingua Franca – Fiction & Myths of Black Womxnhood
An evening programme i.c.w. Dipsaus podcast
Citizenship & Cultural Production #2: In-between
With Yara Said and Shailoh Phillips
Citizenship & Cultural Production #1, Co-creation and the Commons
The first session as part of public programme Broadcasting from Babylon
Programme series: Broadcasting from Babylon
On intersectional feminist, queer, and anti-colonial embodied, listening and sounding practices
Exhibition: Diasporic Self – Black Togetherness as Lingua Franca
A project initiated by Amal Alhaag and Barby Asante
Opening: Exhibition Diasporic Self: Black Togetherness as Lingua Franca
A project by Amal Alhaag and Barby Asante
Workshop: Bystander intervention
Over ingrijpen bij straatintimidatie, georganiseerd door Hollaback!. Locatie: Werkplaats Molenwijk.
Black Queerness & Diasporic Lives
An event in the preparation period of exhibition Diasporic Self: Black Togetherness as Lingua Franca
Exhibition: 50 Years’ Molenwijk
The exhibition portrays ’50 Years of Molenwijk’ through a combination of existing material and new work by Florian Braakman
Opening exhibition: 50 Years’ Molenwijk
At Framer Framed's new project space, Werkplaats Molenwijk
Diasporic Self II: Dancing as lingua franca (a gathering in progress)
An event in light of Amsterdam Art Weekend 2018, with Hannah Catherine Jones, Ogutu Muraya, Amal Alhaag, Barby Asante
Finissage weekend UnAuthorised Medium: Intense Visitations
Performances and presentations in the closing weekend of exhibition UnAuthorised Medium.
Workshop Kunstobject maken
In Werkplaats Molenwijk
Museumnacht Amsterdam 2018
An interactive programme filled with performances by Poetry Circle Nowhere, dance by Don't Hit Mama, body art, tours and more! Centred around exhibition UnAuthorised Medium.
Partner event: Read My World – HüzünProject
Literary festival Read My World takes place across Tolhuistuin, including several events at Framer Framed.
Partner event: Read My World – Talkshow What Comes from Afar
Beeldspreekuur Florian Braakman, Werkplaats Molenwijk
Op zoek naar beeldmateriaal van buurtbewoners over de ontstaansgeschiedenis van de Molenwijk
Exhibitions Werkplaats Molenwijk: Marie Hudelot, Suat Ögüt and Şengül Köker
Current exhibitions and programme
Opening: project space Werkplaats Molenwijk
On 30 September Framer Framed heads deeper into ‘the North’, with the opening of a new, second project space: Werkplaats Molenwijk (Workspace Molenwijk)!
Finissage: Monuments to the Unsung – Public Art Amsterdam
Het werk ‘The First Turk Immigrant or the Nameless Heroes of the Revolution’ van Suat Ögüt migreert naar projectruimte Werkplaats Molenwijk
Finissage: Monuments to the Unsung
Framer Framed sets in motion one of the works of art: the mobile 'The First Turk Immigrant or the Nameless Heroes of the Revolution' by artist Suat Ögüt 'migrates' from its current location on the IJ-river bank deeper into Noth, to Molenwijk
Unseen Amsterdam 2018
Framer Framed is part of the City Programme and the Open Gallery Night (22 September), with exhibition UnAuthorised Medium.
Symposium: UnAuthorised Medium – Return and Repatriation
Symposium as part of the opening weekend for exhibition UnAuthorised Medium
Exhibition: UnAuthorised Medium
A group show curated by Annie Jael Kwan
Opening: exhibition UnAuthorised Medium
With curator Annie Jael Kwan and participating artists Noel Ed De Leon, Sau Bin Yap, Erika Tan, and Sung Tieu
Guided Tour: Art on the Northern IJ-river bank in Amsterdam
In het kader van Public Art Amsterdam en Framer Framed's openluchttentoonstelling 'Monuments to the Unsung'
Finissage: A Blueprint for Toads and Snakes
With Sammy Baloji, Georges Senga Assani and Heleen Debeuckelaere
Book presentation: When we speak about colonisation
On the occasion of the recent publication by Faassen and Verdijk, and in the context of the running show 'A Blueprint for Toads and Snakes'
Guided tour: The disappearing of art in Amsterdam-Noord, by Chris Keulemans and Massih Hutak
Part of Public Art Amsterdam and Framer Framed's outdoor exhibition 'Monuments to the Unsung'
Curator tour: A Blueprint for Toads and Snakes
By Vincent van Velsen
Exhibition: A Blueprint for Toads and Snakes
A solo exhibition by Sammy Baloji
Exhibition: Monuments to the Unsung – Public Art Amsterdam
Part of the collaborative art manifestation Pay Attention Please! in the public space of Amsterdam
Symposium: Teacher as conceptual artist
Organised by the Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten (Amsterdam University of the Arts) on 26 May and 2 & 3 June.
Finissage Pressing Matters + Workshop ‘Also-Class’
With artists reinaart vanhoe and Shraddha Borawake on the topic 'also-space', and a guided tour by artist Kevin van Braak
Plak Attack: A Paper Monument in Public Space
Join us for a guerrilla art paste workshop with artists Domenique Himmelsbach de Vries and Kevin van Braak
Pedagogies of Violence, Pedagogies of Care
Part of 'Moving Together: Activism, Art and Education - A Week with Angela Davis'. Hosted by Amal Alhaag & Maria Guggenbichler.
Pressing Matters: Exhibition tour & artist talk with Ignasius Dicky Takndare
Joined in conversation by artist Kevin van Braak & moderator Nancy Jouwe
Film screening ‘Jalan’
A film about informal street economy in Jogjakarta, by artist Su Tomesen. Presented in the context of exhibition Pressing Matters
Printing sessions Pentagonal Icositetrahedron
During the course of the exhibition there will be several printing sessions where new prints are produced and added to the exhibition
Exhibition: Pressing Matters
Featuring 24 Indonesian artists brought together by artist Kevin van Braak
Opening: Pressing Matters
In presence of artists Kevin van Braak and Ipeh Nur
Finissage: Some Things Hidden
A conversation between artist Lynn Hershman Leeson & curator Nina Folkersma, and a guided tour by artist Charlott Markus
Some Things Hidden: Tour by artist Charlott Markus
Some Things Hidden: Film screening ‘Herengracht 401’
Documentaire over de omstreden geschiedenis van Castrum Peregrini, gevolgd door een gesprek met filmmaker Janina Pigaht, Frans Damman (Castrum Peregrini) en Josien Pieterse
Some Things Hidden: Tour by curator Nina Folkersma
Performance: Alexis Blake – Anthology of Anger
Performance in the context of exhibition Some Things Hidden,
Undercurrents: Art/Production/Mobility/…
A program by Hotel Maria Kapel in collaboration with Framer Framed
Exhibition: Some Things Hidden
In collaboration with Castrum Peregrini, curated by Nina Folkersma and Charlott Markus
Paranoia Phenomenon: Transparency and censorship in the social media age
New Democracy 26
Finissage: Collectively (Re)shaping the Archive
Finissage of exhibition House of Wisdom, in collaboration with Casco and 7 Hills Foundation
Young Collector’s Circle at Framer Framed: Engaged Art
Waarom is het interessant om je als verzamelaar te verdiepen in geëngageerde kunst?
Collective Çukurcuma invites… Day 2: Curator tour + House of Wisdom artist talks
Collective Çukurcuma invites… Day 1: Curator tour
Seminar: Tracing migration through textiles
Hosted at Framer Framed, curated by Christel Vesters as part of the long-term project Touch/Trace
Paranoia Phenomenon #1: Open (Your) Data
Talk and workshop by Erdem Dilbaz, founder of Nerdworking
Art as Resistance #2: Taking the oil out of the arts
BP or Not BP and Fossil Free Culture NL wil introduce participants to the impact of political artistic interventions
Humans of the Institution: Censorship & Strategy working group
Exhibition: House of Wisdom
Curated by Collective Çukurcuma (Naz Cuguoğlu and Mine Kaplangı)
Exhibition opening: House of Wisdom
With an opening performance by Istanbul Queer Art Collective
Opening: Some Things Hidden at Castrum Peregrini
A two part exhibition opening at Castrum Peregrini in November 2017 and at Framer Framed in January 2018
New Democracy: Digital Commons
Can we revitalise democracy by designing and developing community owned digital and online spaces?
Finissage and book launch: The Missing
Finissage of the exhibition It Won't Be Long Now, Comrades! and the book launch of School of Missing Studies
Love, comedy, and communism in Lubitsch’s Ninotchka, and the work of Alexandra Kollontai
A lecture by Aaron Schuster in the context of exhibition It Won't Be Long Now, Comrades!
Museumnight Amsterdam
Featuring the pop-up museum I’m So Angry, I Made a Sign
¡No pasarán!
Lezing 'Sporen van de Spaanse burgeroorlog in Amsterdam Noord'
Pedagogies of the Opaque (I): Black Schools: Learning for and by Black Futures
Triptych event: A Rap on Race Revisited (part II & III) – Read My World
Black art with Quinsy Gario – Read My World
Triptych event: A Rap on Race Revisited (part I) – Read My World
The Queer Series invites: Instanbul Queer Art Collective
The fifth edition of the Queer Series, a program of public events focusing on queer elements of artworks, art colletives and art archives.
Yvette Mutumba – Public talk about visibility of contemporary art from African perspectives
Exhibition: Chomma, with work by Jody Brand
Unseen exhibition in the public hallways of the Tolhuistuin, with work by South African photographer Jody Brand
Exhibition: It Won’t Be Long Now, Comrades!
Curated by Inga Lāce en Katia Krupennikova
Live conversation HOME #4: The politics of autonomous art
A panel discussion in the context of the exhibition 'HOME'
Live conversation HOME #3: The political construction of HOME
An event in the context of the exhibition 'Home' on the construction of home in a context of violence and destruction
Live conversation HOME #2: The Nakba, Heritage and Cultural Memory
Live conversation HOME #1: Imaginations of HOME
An event in the context of exhibition HOME
Exhibition: HOME
With work by Marjan Teeuwen, Ezz Al Zanoon and Rawan Mahady, curated by Meta Knol
Symposium: Declassified – How to Un/Engender the Ethnographic Object?
On the (historical) construction of gender and sexuality within the ethnographic collecting practices of museums
Hallway exhibition: Heritage
With work by photographer Marie Hudelot
Symposium: In the future everything remains uncertain
A discussion on art collection policy in the Netherlands
Lecture: Ellen de Vries – Nola Hatterman and art in Surinam
Lezing door onderzoeker en publicist Ellen de Vries, over het werk van Nola Hatterman in Amsterdam en Suriname
Lecture: Iwan Sewandono – The outframed framed in: modern Indonesian Painters
Lecture by anthropologist Iwan Sewandono, on modern Indonesian painters in the Dutch Indies, in the 1930s and after
Lecture: Paul Faber – Modern Surinamese Art, 1945-1980
Lecture (in Dutch) on modern Surinamese art, by art historian & publicist Paul Faber
Lecture: Sara Blokland – Srefidensi and the reproduction of a family history
Lecture by Sara Blokland, about her art and the the project SrefidensiFoto, photo archives and the role of memory and identity in her work
Lecture: The work of artist Patricia Kaersenhout and artist Charl Landvreugd
Artists Patricia Kaersenhout & Charl Landvreugd will each present a lecture on their artistic practice
Lecture: Rose Mary Allen – Oral history as autobiography
Lecture by Dr. Rose Mary Allen, on oral history in the context of Curacao
Performance: Report from Prison
Performance 'Report from Prison', initiated by Russian artist Gluklya
Lecture: Gábor Pusztai on the work of László Székely
Lecture on the work by artist László Székely, who lived and worked in the former Dutch Indies.
Lecture: Remco Raben – The modern art & literature of the Indies/Indonesia
In this lecture, Remco Raben will discuss the cultural discourses in Indonesia in the 1940s and 1950s.
Exhibition: In the future everything will be as certain as it used to be
Exhibition in collaboration with AAMU - Museum of contemporary Aboriginal art, in light of their closure
Imagining and capturing resistance
A discussion on creating and archiving images of resistance, at Atria
Lecture: Caroline Drieënhuizen – Musea in the Dutch East Indies
To what extent are museums reflective instrumental in the creation of colonial narratives, histories and national identities?
Open lecture series: Influence of colonialism on artistic expressions in former Dutch colonies
March/April 2017
Lecture: On the (re)construction of cultural heritage in Syria and Iraq
Lecture by Nour Munawar, in the context of exhibition As If
Expositie: In One’s Breath – Nothing Stands Still
Framer Framed is part of international art fair Art Rotterdam (2017) with work by Tuan Mami
Symposium: Art as Resistance #1
One day symposium on art as resistance, focusing on diversity, involving communities and the local relevance of a place
Symposium: ‘The Society of Post-Control’
Extended conversation on the emergence, consequences, and activist responses to the society of post-control
Symposium: Vox Populi and The Syrian Archive
Public debate on the relationship between digital archiving practices and activism
Exhibition: As If – The Media Artist as Trickster
On politically inspired media art that uses deception in all its forms. Curated by Annet Dekker and David Garcia i.c.w. Ian Alan Paul
Panel discussion: Van Gogh on Demand – On Making and Faking in China
A discussion on fake art, the meaning of authenticity, and the role of China in artistic copyright infringement
Workshop: Solidariteit vandaag in onze neokoloniale tijd
Hoe kun je solidair zijn met de strijd van anderen vanuit een witte neokoloniale context?
A Festival of Project Spaces: Performance by Kirvan Fortuin
Event as part of A Festival of Project Spaces; a performance by choreographer and dancer Kirvan Fortuin
Exhibition: Re(as)sisting Narratives in South Africa
Exploring lingering legacies of colonialism between South Africa and the Netherlands through engaging with contemporary artists from both countries
Traveling Feet: a conversation on contemporary art and migration
A program with Marres, House for Contemporary Culture
Face to Face, a shared story
Collaboration project with Face to Face
Museumnacht 2016
Framer Framed programme during Museumnacht 2016
24H Noord: exhibition tours Re(as)sisting Narratives
Exhibition visit and tours during the 24H Noord event
Feminist art practice today: pushing the boundaries
Dialogue on what feminist art practice means today; with Iris Kensmil, Chandra Frank, Elizabeth Kleinveld and Milo van der Maaden
Queer Series: Wu Tsang’s WILDNESS
Screening of the documentary WILDNESS (2012) by Wu Tsang
Performance: My Tongue Softens On The Other Name
Interactive performance reflecting on the exhibition Re(as)sisting Narratives, through taking inspiration from a poem by Gabeba Baderoon
Tori with Jay Pather
Tori evening with Jay Pather
Dutch & Indonesian perspectives on 1945-1949
Event with Histori Bersama foundation / Marjolein van Pagee in collaboration Koneksi-Connectie on Dutch & Indonesian historical perspectives
Unseen: tours Re(as)sisting Narratives, door Judith Westerveld
Unseen Photography Photo Fair & Festival tours by artist Judith Westerveld
Lecture and conversation with Ena Jansen, Karin Amatmoekrim
Lecture by Ena Jansen about her book 'Bijna Familie', followed by a conversation with writer Karin Amatmoekrim
Exhibition: Common Ground
Featuring work by Charl Landvreugd and Antonio Jose Guzman
Kunstlicht presents: ‘Cultural Policies: Agendas of Impact’
Presentation of Kunstlicht issue, 'Cultural Policies: Agendas of Impact'
Re(as)sisting Narratives in context
A conversation in the context of exhibition Re(as)sisting Narratives with curator Chandra Frank, participating artist Judith Westerveld, and moderator Jennifer Tosch.
Symposium: Multiscript typography
Event with Khatt Foundation presenting the Typographic Matchmaking in the Maghrib
The Knights Move presents: Jasmijn Visser
Event with The Knights Move and Jasmijn Visser on the geopolitical side of human organization
The Story Might Not Be Complete
A discussion on erasure and the archive
Straatpraatj(i)es: Onthoud jy nog
An intervention by Burning Museum in the Transvaalquarter, Amsterdam
Exhibition: Re(as)sisting Narratives
Exploring lingering legacies of colonialism between South Africa and the Netherlands through engaging with contemporary artists from both countries
Filthy Mouth, Dirty Politics #2
An 'anti-conference conference', experimenting with transgressive speech acts, filthy, vulgar language, radical feminism and digital (non) spaces
Queer Series #1: Somos Libres!? Queer Amsterdam in the ‘80s
Screenings of the film by Miguel-Ángel Cárdenas and Daniel Brun on gay Amsterdam in the 1980's
Advice Dutch Culture Council: Framer Framed in BIS subsidy plan
The Dutch Culture Council advises the Dutch Minister to grant Framer Framed a place in the BIS 2017-2020 subsidy
Event: Farewell to the hermetic monoculture
Lecture by curator Mirjam Westen on the rol of art institutions in a rapidly changing global context.
Feminist Memory: Digging the Black Archives
On the representation and presence of black women in institutional and unconventional archives
Akona Kenqu – photography series Society now for sale
Exhibition: What We Have Overlooked
A collection presentation of Museum Arnhem, curated by Mirjam Westen
Side exhibition: Elyor Nematov
A view onto the daily lives of women in the Central Asian nation of Kyrgyzstan
Questioning representations of migration in artistic practice
A dialogue with Angela Anderson and Katayoun Arian
Lecture: Contested sites, contaminated landscapes and Eastern-European ‘bloodlands’
Lecture by Roma Sendyka (Associate Professor, Krakow), on memorial sites
Impossible Dialogues – Contested memories, conflicting presences
Presentation of a long-term interdisciplinary research project is conceived by curators Katia Krupennikova, Inga Lāce and Margaret Tali
Project overview: PATTERNS & Impossible Dialogues (2016)
Overview of the project and program surrounding PATTERNS / Impossible Dialogues. Perspectives from within & about Central and Eastern Europe in the social sciences, arts and history
Queerly There? Queer Art in Czech and Slovak Context
Lecture by Zuzana Štefková on explicit voicing out of the issues of sexuality and gender non-normativity in Czech and Slovak context
Border thinking? Unsettling concepts of border regimes and the Migratory Control System
On the European Migratory Control System
World premiere documentary ‘Calais: Welcome to the jungle’ + nagesprek
Thursday May 5th 2016, 20:00 - 22:00, at the FabCity Campus
Exhibition: Voices Outside the Echo Chamber
Questioning Myths, Facts and Framings of Migration, curated by Katayoun Arian
Remapping Europe screenings: Migrant perspectives & superdiversity
Screening van korte films uit de Doc Next Media Collectie, die perspectieven van jonge migranten in Europa laten zien
Conversation with photographer and researcher Marjolein van Pagee
Research on the so-called ‘Politionele Acties’ of the Netherlands in Indonesia; the Dutch military interventions during the Indonesian National Revolution
We Are Public tour
Guided tour through the exhibition 'basic values' by curator Roel Arkesteijn
Impossible Dialogues – First Edition
Curated by Katia Krupennikova, Margaret Tali and Inga Lace
Exhibition: Society
With work by Akona Kenqu, on the skate culture in Johannesburg, South Africa
Exhibition: herman de vries / basic values
Exhibition with works by artist herman de vries; a celebration of the cultural and biological diversity of Indonesia. Curated by Roel Arkesteijn
International Women’s Day at Framer Framed
Opening exhibition Society and lecture by Chandra Frank
Framer Framed and Prince Claus Fund present two tours
Guided tours at the Institute of Social History and the Prince Claus Fund Gallery
Framer Framed at Art Rotterdam 2106
As part of the Intersections area, a stage for young talent in contemporary art
Exhibition: El Órgano Oriental
Een presentatie met werk van Antonio Jose Guzman en een live interactief programma, onder de titel Water No Get Enemy, samengesteld door Amal Alhaag
Exhibition: Iran’s Women’s Movement – On the Archive of Sadiqe Dowlatabadi
An exhibition on the emergence of the women’s movement in Iran, at the beginning of the 20th century. Curated by Azadeh Fatehrad
David Bade Draws Heerlen: Amsterdam Edition
Artist David Bade visits Framer Framed with his mobile workspace
Mining, Memories and the Body: An evening with a.o. Melanie Bonajo
Addressing the politics and poetics of changing industries, such as mining
Museumnight 2015 at Framer Framed
Documentary, spoken word, Music and guided tours
Industrial Transitions: on the NSDM Shipyard and the former Dutch mining regions
Discussion on the transitions of post-industrial area's
24h Noord at Framer Framed
Guided tours by participating artist Keetje Mans
Exhibition: Koempels
50 years since the closing of the mines in the South of The Netherlands, we present the lingering traces of this fossil fuel era on contemporary art. Curator: Lene ter Haar
Diasporic self: sound as lingua franca
The closing event to the exhibition Ancestral Blues
Exhibition: Ancestral Blues – Return to the State of L3
A research on a hybrid Transatlantic culture curated by Vincent van Velsen
In Dialogue II: Questioning the explorer
With a historical re-enactment by performing artist Xenson Znja
In Dialogue I: Deciphering and Reclaiming Histories
Artist talk with collaborating artists Papa Shabani and Xenson Znja
De-toothing Africa – An evening with an intimate reading of a family archive
a cinematic installation that is fueled by film abstracts, family archives, readings, music, performance and soundscapes
Exhibition: Simuda Nyuma – Forward Ever Backward Never
A contemporary interpretation of missing documents in an Ugandan archive of Ham Mukasa. Curated by Robinah Nansubug and Andrea Stultiens
On the intersection of technology, privacy and body politics
Filthy Mouth – Dirty Politics
Experimental conference on the relationship between vulgar language, radical feminism
Pop-up Shop: MINEshop, MINEcollection during Amsterdam Fashion Week
Unique MINEcollection and fashion event
Burning Museum: Addressing the headquarters
Cut, paste, snip, plak, sak, pap, plat, bek!
VENUS: the anti-hero hero
An interactive programme that explores the historically violent imageries surrounding Venus.
Public encounters in the context of the exhibition Embodied Spaces
Side-expo: ‘Venus’ masks
By Shertise Solano & Ronald de Graaff. In addition to the Embodied Spaces exhibition
Mag Het Licht Aan festival
Talkshow in de context van de expositie 'Embodied Spaces' met Amal Alhaag, Molemo Moiloa, Evan Ifekoya, Arsham Parsi en CB Berghouwer
Exhibition: Embodied Spaces
An exhibition curated by Christine Eyene on the body, gender and identity.
New World Academy: Book launch graphic novel ‘Louie Jalandoni, Revolutionary’
Book launch on the Philippine revolutionair Louie Jalandoni
Artistic Narratives on Iran
An evening in collaboration with Cineblend and Dancing on the Edge
Documentary: ‘From My Syrian Room’
Directed by Hazem Alhamwi
Educational project: Irbid Exchange
An education exchange project between Irbid (Jordan), and Amsterdam (the Netherlands)
Voice-over Noord – Part Two
Bustour with performances and lectures about the North of Amsterdam
Voice-over Noord
Performances and bustour through Amsterdam Noord
Book launch: Sadik Kwaish Alfraji
Edited by curator and critic Nat Muller
Lectures: contemporary art in Iran
with Hamid Severi and Farzan Sojoodi
Exhibition: Look across the water!
a photographic exchange project between youngsters from Amsterdam Noord and Brooklyn, NY
Program surrounding the Crisis of History #3 exhibition
During the exhibition Crisis of History #3 - Beyond History there will be a special event on every Tuesday night with film showings, lectures and guided tours
Exhibition: Crisis of History #3 – Beyond History
Curated by Robert Kluiver and Elham Puriyamehr
Closing day exhibition Crisis of History #2 – Fight History
Framer Framed in de Tolhuistuin, 16.00 tot 18.00 uur
Presentation from Syrious Mission
Start 20:00 hrs, free entrance
Notes On Excavating And Writing The Past
storytelling-event on the occasion of the exhibition ‘The End of This Story (And The Beginning of All Others)’
Documentary: Image Acts
A film by Aylin Kuryel on the connection between visual culture and nationalism in Turkey
Table Ronde: Oral History in the Jewish Historical Museum
Over de rol van persoonlijke verhalen in het museum
Artist Talk with Tammam Azzam en Shadi al Zaqzouq
Panel discussion with participating artists in the exhibition Crisis of History #2
Program surrounding the exhibition Crisis of History #2
Every Tuesday there is a public program related to the exhibition of films, performances, artist talks and debate
Exhibition: Crisis of History #2 – Fight History
Curated by Robert Kluijver
Exhibition: The End Of This Story (And the Beginning of All Others)
Curated by Katayoun Arian
Lecture: Gerard Lemos – Outsiders in Contemporary Art
In de context van de expositie artBRUUT presenteert Framer Framed een lezing over de bijdrage van outsiders aan de hedendaagse kunst
Exhibition: artBRUUT
artBRUUT’s mission is to show the work of talented homeless people within the established art scene of Amsterdam
Reflection committee, an experiment with inclusive curating
About the creation of the public programme Crisis of History
Collecting without boundaries. Creating a future-proof museum
A discussion on collection exchange, mobility and museum collaboration
hard//hoofd festival & Framer Framed
Encounter with Roel Arkesteijn curator of the Costume Bureau exhibition
Gerilja Talks: Nancy Jouwe x Black Women in the Dutch Arts Scene
On the valuable contributions that Black women have made to the Dutch arts scene
Exhibition: Costume Bureau
A collection presentation of Museum Het Domein, curated by Roel Arkesteijn
The Archive: unveiling the present
An evening about the notion of the archive in political issues
Exhibition: Maydan – Hundred Portraits
100 Faces of the Ukrainian revolution by Emeric Lhuisset
BE.BOP 2014 – Spiritual Revolutions & ‘The Scramble for Africa’
Curated by Alanna Lockward
Symposium: Art and Political Conflict
On the relationship between art and political conflict and how it has been reshaped by digital media and the internet
Art and Political Conflict
Tactical Media - the intersection of art, media, political activism and technological experimentation
Lecture: Curating Body Narratives by Christine Eyene
Masterclass by Christine Eyene on her research and curatorial practice dealing with the body in contemporary art from Africa and the Diaspora
Exploring the fringes of Europe
Film screenings by Maarten de Kroon and Pavel Braila
Cultural Diplomacy and Creative Activism
Bijeenkomst over Creative Activism door DutchCulture
North Reacts!
Framer Framed nodigt inwoners van Noord uit om de nieuwe expozaal en de tentoonstelling Crisis of History te komen bezichtigen
Renaissance 2 – #WithSyria
A multidisciplairy program with music, debate and visual arts. The program is an initiative of Framer Framed in collaboration with Rajae El Mouhandiz
Panel discussion: Iraqi Stories
Framer Framed organizes in cooperation with Cineblend and Dancing on the Edge an evening with artists from Iraq
Renaissance #1- The Dutch Spring
A lively program with music, debate and visual arts
Tours through the exhibition Crisis of History #1
By Soheila Najand, director InterArt
Screening: The Turtles’ Song: a Moroccan revolution
film screening in cooperation with Cinema Arabe
Program surrounding the exhibition Crisis of History #1
Film, theater, literatuur, muziek, debat, rondleidingen en kunstkritiek.
Opening Framer Framed at Tolhuistuin
Opening exhibition Crisis of History
Exhibition: Crisis of History #1
Curated by Robert Kluijver
Oral History and the audiovisual archive
Oral history as a complementary to the archive of written historical sources
Participation Theater from Iran
A performance by Alireza Keymanesh
Museumnacht: Atelier Revolutionair
Doorgaand programma met lezingen, interventies, muziek en performances
Programme ‘Speaking from the Heart’
Every Tuesday evening during the duration of the exhibition an extensive program with artists, activists, scientists and social organizations will be organized
Exhibition: Speaking from the Heart – The Polemic Sensibility from Iran
Curated by Shaheen Merali
Symposium: Suspended Histories
On the colonial past of the Van Loon family, and ways in which that past is presented and represented in Museum Van Loon
Close Encounters of the Caribbean Kind II. On Decolonial Aesthetics and European Blackness
Lecture and round table discussion in the context of the exhibition Who is more sci-fi than us?
Close Encounters of the Caribbean Kind
Artist talk around the exposition Who More Sci-Fi Than Us?
Booklaunch: Changing Perspectives & UNFIXED
SMBA Amsterdam, May 24, 2012
Hacking History
A brainstorming about the relationship between the Netherlands and Indonesia and its representation in public space
Framer Framed expertmeeting
Following the solo exhibition of Shilpa Gupta and the exhibition Vlisco: Six Yards Guaranteed Dutch Design Framer Framed organizes in collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art Arnhem an expert meeting
A public panel discussion on self-representation of women from former Yugoslavia
Symposium: Contested History
A symposium on the (re)presentation of Dutch-Indonesian colonial history in museums
World Art and the Imperial Imagination
A workshop on the interface of contemporary art, postcolonial theory and cultural museology
Presence of an Absence
An investigation into the relationship between objects, experiences and identity
Indigenous Art Now!
Forum and launch for Artlink Indigenous
Shared Heritage – Theory and Practice
A symposium on the traces of Dutch colonial history in the Netherlands and the former Dutch colonies overseas
The artist as anthropologist
Debate about the boundaries between art and science
Cultural Heritage and Shared Knowledge
A panel discussion on the concept and use of cultural heritage
What Did You Expect to See?
Discussion on the exhibitions SuriNedWerk & Paramaribo Perspectives
The View of Self
Blak on Blak - reading Australian blak art, myth and reality in perceptions of contemporary indigenous practice
The Guided View
On museum presentations, the construction of a national identity and the Dutch historical canon
The Exotic View
About the role of cultural memory organizations in a multi cultural society
The Colonial Gaze
On the historical preconceptions that determine our view of art
The View of the East
On the position of islamic art in Dutch art institutions
The Slanted View
On the practice of art criticism and the criteria of evaluation used by Dutch art institutions
Collecting without Borders
Ethnographic, historical and art museums in dialogue on collecting and presenting global art
The View of the Artist
A panel discussion between artists and museum curators