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Curated by Frey Feriyanto
Artist: Maryanto
Opening: A solo exhibition by Maryanto

Maryanto (Indonesia 1977) creates evocative, black and white paintings, drawings, and installations that undermine the romantic language of traditional landscape painting to examine socio-political structures in the physical spaces that he depicts. Through fable-like and theatrical settings, these landscapes are subjected to the whims of colonisers and capitalists through technological development, industrialisation, pollution of the land and exploitation of its natural resources.

Curated by Laura Snijders & Jeannette Slütter
Artists: Aukje Dekker, Brigitte Louter, Loui Meeuwissen and Pim Kerssemakers

TBA

16 Apr – 17:30 – 01:30

Organised in collaboration with WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get)

23 Apr – 16:00 – 00:00

Works by Master and Bachelor Sonology students at the Royal Conservatoire The Hague

Artist: Maryanto
Finissage: A solo exhibition by Maryanto

Maryanto creates evocative, black and white paintings, drawings, and installations that undermine the romantic language of traditional landscape painting to examine socio-political structures in the physical spaces that he depicts. Through fable-like and theatrical settings, these landscapes are subjected to the whims of colonisers and capitalists through technological development, industrialisation, pollution of the land and exploitation of its natural resources.

26 Apr – 1500 – 1730
Artists: Andre Kruysen, Auke de Vries, Guido Geelen, Joncquil, Reinier Lagendijk, Reinoud Oudshoorn, Sjoerd Buisman, Warffemius and others
sculpture garden

Een verzameling van beelden om door heen te wandelen, zoals schaakstukken opgesteld in de ruimte

02 May – 16:00 – 19:00
Artists: Henri Wagner, Hidenori Mitsue and Philippe van Gele
Opening: What If

An exhibition by Henri Wagner, Philippe van Gele and Hidenori Mitsue

16 May – 19:00 – 23:00
Artist: Agnes Scherer

Accompanying each solo exhibition, 1646 asks the exhibiting artist to develop the content for a Background Evening. The Background Evenings nurture a direct interaction between the audience and the artists in an event based on discussion and exchange.

Agnes Scherer's The Salty Testament reimagines the narrative of the New Testament to take place under water. This drastic and somewhat absurd relocation serves to induce a programmatic re-envisioning of the biblical content down to its details. Following the example of the Chinese wonderflower or Rose of Jericho, the “irrigation” of the narrative encourages it to unfurl into a liberated, more florid version of itself.

06 Jun – 12:00 – 17:00
Artists: Henri Wagner, Hidenori Mitsue and Philippe van Gele
Finissage: What If

An exhibition by Henri Wagner, Philippe van Gele and Hidenori Mitsue

07 Jun – 15:00 – 17:30
Artists: Bob Bonies and Cor van Dijk
Bob Bonies & Cor van Dijk

paintings Bob Bonies and sculpture Cor van Dijk