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Galerie Beyond at KunstRAI Art Amsterdam 2017

Exhibition  /  31 May 2017  -  05 Jun 2017
Published: 31.05.2017
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Intro
Galerie Beyond participates at KunstRAI 2017 with a selection of the gallery artists.

Artist list

Anne Achenbach, Karin Roy Andersson, Carolina Apolonia, Mielle Harvey, Cynthia Jacobs, Jeanette Jansen, Jenny Klemming, Hanna Liljenberg, Florian Milker, Alejandra Solar, Arnaud Sprimont, Amy Tavern, Karen Vanmol, Timothy Veske-McMahon, Brian Weissmann

KunstRAI Art Amsterdam is the longest running art fair for contemporary autonomous and applied art in the Netherlands: a public fair with over seventy quality galleries that reflect the diversity of the rich Dutch offer of contemporary art, applied art and design. Visitors will find autonomous painting, sculpture, photography and graphic art as well as contemporary glass, ceramics and jewelry of the highest quality.


Focus Antwerp:
After the successful presentation of Focus Berlin last year, Antwerp will now be our guest city. For decades Antwerp has played an important role in the art scene with their renowned galleries, museums, artists and extensive community of art collectors. KunstRAI is therefore happy to bring a part of this Belgian inspiration to Holland.

Solo Booths:
Around 20 participating galleries in addition to their booth will have a solo booth in which the work of one artist is presented extensively. The purpose of the solo booths is to increase understanding and appreciation of the art of this artist.

RAW Edges:
Ten young galleries present themselves at the KunstRAI under the name RAW Edges. These galleries provide surprise with their often striking presentations and use the opportunity to present themselves and the work of young talent to a wide audience of art connoisseurs and art lovers.

Outsider Art:
Outsider Art will be playing an important role in this years fair. The Outsider Art Museum and a number of specialized galleries will be showing their works of unpolished art.

Gerrit Rietveld Academie:
The Gerrit Rietveld Academy presents a selection of recent projects on the KunstRAI / Art Amsterdam. These project form a crossover between disciplines and multiple layers of society. Students of the Rietveld Academy work with scientific and cultural institutions on a regular basis. There is a curious attitude underlying this presentation - elements of an active search to the meaning of art an design in the bigger picture.

A Curious Affair and the Art Cabinet:
For the starting collectors with a lot of love for art, but not a lot to spend, there will be the Art Cabinet. The Art Cabinet - created with the help of Qlick Editions - will be filled with art up to € 1.500,-. Qlick Editions will also organize and program on Thursday night the 1st of June, called ‘A Curious Affair’. Young art lovers will experience the cross-over between art and classical music: “24Classics presents Club Classique”, with a performance of Sjostakovitsj. The night will end with a tour in the dark.

The Kersentuin:
Like the acclaimed edition of last year the second backstage program at KunstRAI, The Kersentuin, is designed by the Amsterdam Kers Gallery. The exhibition contains around twenty monumental sculptures as well as a wide selection of smaller sculptures. An exciting mix of young talent and renowned artists!

WOW:
For the second time artists who live and work in the creative breeding groun WOW Amsterdam, located at Wiltzanghlaan 60, will present their work together in the Backstage of the KunstRAI. Taking turns, artists are actively engaged in their work during the KunstRAI. Gallery owner Rob Malasch, whose gallery Serieuze Zaken is located in the WOW-building, acts as curator of the presentation.


The gallery will therefore be closed on Thursday June 1, Friday June 2 and Saturday June 3.
 

Hours

Wednesday 31 May 6.00 pm - 10.00 pm
Thursday 1 June 12.00 am - 9.00 pm
Friday 2 June 12.00 am - 9.00 pm
Saturday 3 June 11.00 am - 6.00 pm
Sunday 4 June 11.00 am - 6.00 pm
Monday 5 June 11.00 am - 6.00 pm
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