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Exhibitions


Exhibition: Amidst the Sand Wall

An exhibition by Moroccan artist 739 offering further context to the current state of the Western Sahara

Exhibition: Temporary Monument - Srebrenica is Dutch history

By Bosnian Girl

Exhibition: From what will we reassemble ourselves

A group exhibition conceived by Anna Dasović and curated by Natasha Marie Llorens

Agenda


A Blow to the Snake Here: A conversation around Indigenous and Palestinian struggles

A dialogue on art, resistance and solidarity as part of Leanne Betasamosake Simpson's residency at the Academy of Theatre and Dance
Finissage: Performing Colonial Toxicity
Finissage programme for the exhibition Performing Colonial Toxicity including a book launch of Samia Henni's newest publication.
Screening: And still, it remains
Film screening in within the context of the exhibition, Performing Colonial Toxicity.
We Sell Reality Memorial #1: Sudan – When Clouds Are Moving
Memorial organised by art collective We Sell Reality within the context of Amsterdam Museum's Refresh #2: War & Conflict.
Exhibition: Amidst the Sand Wall
An exhibition by Moroccan artist 739 offering further context to the current state of the Western Sahara
We Sell Reality: Sudan
A get-together in solidarity with the protests in Sudan
Opening: Powerplay – Deals All Over
With We Sell Reality and DJ Crazy
Online Film Program: Damir Avdagić
Online Film Program with Curator Natasha Marie Llorens
Online Film Program: Dania Reymond
Online Film Program with Curator Natasha Marie Llorens
Online Film Program: Selma Selman
Online Film Program with Curator Natasha Marie Llorens
Exhibition: Temporary Monument - Srebrenica is Dutch history
By Bosnian Girl
Exhibition: From what will we reassemble ourselves
A group exhibition conceived by Anna Dasović and curated by Natasha Marie Llorens
Opening: From what will we reassemble ourselves & Temporary Monument
Double Exhibition Opening with Anna Dasović and Natasha Marie Llorens