Is it possible to be a revolutionary and like flowers?

Artists: Mehraneh Atashi, Rossella Biscotti, Milena Bonilla, CPR, Anne Geene, Gluklya, Philipp Gufler, Camille Henrot, Patricia Kaersenhout, Otobong Nkanga, Ruchama Noorda, Maria Pask, Lily van der Stokker

The artists in this exhibition answer the question of the exhibition title with a resounding “YES!”. They show that the flower as a symbol can seduce, comfort, heal, adorn and distract, and find common ground in feminist affinities, queer desires and ecological solidarity. But flowers can also represent a form of oppression and censorship, a secret language, a wink and a punch all in one.

‘Is it possible to be a revolutionary and like flowers’ is an exhibition diptych with the Centraal Museum (Laurie Cluitmans and Eva Burgering) where ‘The Botanical Revolution’ is being shown simultaneously.

An extensive contextual program has been developed around the exhibitions at both locations.

Until 19 December
De Constant Rebecqueplein 20B

Guide

exhibition
until 06 November

Touch-Ground

Marlot Meyer
Heden
Parts Project
exhibition
until 07 November

Que Pasa – Pat Andrea

Pat Andrea
Galerie Ramakers
Galerie Maurits van de Laar
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exhibition
until 14 November

Spinning the Stars

Maura Biava
Museum Beelden aan Zee
West Den Haag
exhibition
until 05 December

Lovers on the Beach

Lee Kit
West Den Haag
Stroom Den Haag
Kunstmuseum Den Haag
NEST
West Den Haag
West Den Haag
West Den Haag
exhibition
until 06 February

Façade

Igor Mitoraj
Museum Beelden aan Zee
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