Guided Tours

14-15 April 2018

Free Guided Tours by Artist Matthijs de Bruijne

Photo: Tom Janssen

On the occassion of the final weekend of the exhibition Matthijs de Bruijne: Compromiso Político, artist Matthijs de Bruijne will give free guided tours on Saturday and Sunday. You can sign up for one of these tours by sending an email to [email protected]

On these days, BAK maintains its regular opening time of 13.00-19.00 hrs. The complementary film program of the exhibition is shown both days in the auditorium from 14.00-17.00 hrs. The tours by Matthijs de Bruijne will start at 15.00 hrs. Entrance fees still apply, but the tours are free of charge. Capacity is limited, so please RSVP to ensure a spot.

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Guided Tour

Guided Tour

5 April 2018, 18.00-21.00

Evening Tours of Matthijs de Bruijne: Compromiso Político

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.

Screening

Screening

Performative Conference

30 June, 16.00–1 July, 00.00 2018

Propositions #6: The Temporary Institute for the Contemporary

Propositions #6: The Temporary Institute for the Contemporary marks the culmination of a vibrant and inspiring 2017/2018 pilot year of the BAK Fellowship Program. Through conversations, readings, and performances, the BAK Fellows share insights into their respective artistic research itineraries, as well as their common “collective dictionary” project.

Performance

Workshop

Performative conference

25 November 2017

Propositions #2: Assemblism

Propositions #2: Assemblism is a day-long gathering that addresses the current rise of the new authoritarian world order, and the millions of bodies that have gathered in resistance in liberated autonomous zones, occupied buildings, city squares, prisons, and cultural spaces to collectively enact a different demand for egalitarian society.

Talks and conversations

Performative Conference

Performative conference