Guided Tour

5 April 2018, 18.00-21.00

Evening Tours of Matthijs de Bruijne: Compromiso Político

Installation exhibition Matthijs de Bruijne: Compromiso Político at BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht, 2018, photo: Tom Janssen

Note: Please RSVP to ensure a spot!

On the evening of Thursday 5 April 2018, BAK opens its doors and the exhibition Matthijs de Bruijne: Compromiso Político, also with works by Jeremy Deller, Piero Gilardi, and Mierle Laderman Ukeles (on view until 15 April 2018). A guided tour of the exhibition is given by both the curator of the exhibition, Matteo Lucchetti, and artist and 2017/2018 BAK Fellow Matthijs de Bruijne. You can sign up for one of these tours by sending an email to [email protected]

On this day, BAK maintains its regular opening time of 13.00 hrs, and remains open until 21.00 hrs. From 18.00 hrs, every visitor receives a complimentary drink. At 18.30 hrs, there is a tour by both curator Matteo Lucchetti and Matthijs de Bruijne. At 19.30 hrs, there is a tour by artist Matthijs de Bruijne. Entrance fees still apply. The tours are free of charge. Capacity is limited. Please RSVP to ensure a spot.

Tour times:
18.30: Tour by curator Matteo Lucchetti and Matthijs de Bruijne
19.30: Tour by artist Matthijs de Bruijne

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