'Let's Get Physical', Atelier Van Lieshout, Rotterdam (NL)

Exhibition

18 July 2020 – 4 October 2020

Sculpture route ‘Let’s Get Physical’ is a dynamic exploration of the burgeoning industrial Merwevierhaven area in the west of Rotterdam, highlighted through a selection of 30+ Atelier Van Lieshout works at 12 different locations. Atelier Van Lieshout, the studio founded by artist Joep van Lieshout, was one of the first art studios to settle in the Merwevierhaven in the 1980s and continues to expand and foster projects that elevate the area. ‘Let’s Get Physical’ starts at AVL Mundo Sculpture Park, the heart of the sculpture route and fans out over M4H. Other participating locations are: Weelde, Keilecafé, De Voedseltuin, Keilewerf, Stichting Dakpark and several publicly accessible venues.

Opening: Friday July 17th, 19:30 hrs at AVL Mundo’s Sculpture Park
Address: Keileweg 18, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Agenda

Current exhibitions

Let’s Get Physical, AVL Mundo, Rotterdam (NL)
18 July 2020 – 4 October 2020

House of Transition, Fokus Favoriten, Vienna, (AT)
20 September 2019 – September 2020

(Un)real, Science Gallery Rotterdam, Online
3 April – 29 November 2020

Life During War Time, USF Art Museum, Online
6 June 2020 – 12 December 2020

State of Extremes, Design Museum, Holon (IL)
11 December 2019 – 31 December 2020

Blast Furnace, Art OMI, Ghent NY, (USA)
25 May 2019 – May 2021

 

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'(UN)REAL', Science Gallery Rotterdam, Online exhibition

Exhibition

3 April – 29 November 2020

What is real, and how are you sure it is so? Can you be confident in your perceptions when so many experiences are digital or influenced by the changing chemistry and architecture of your brain? Science Gallery Rotterdam at Erasmus MC invites you to engage with art projects that respond to this fertile terrain between the actual and the perceived.

Atelier Van Lieshout’s Food Processor (2015) is part of the group exhibition (UN)REAL. This work is a hybrid human-machine species, one united entity, that can take leftovers and process them with microbes and enzymes to produce new, recycled superfood. It is a technocratic, capitalist dream come true, and a triumph, in collaboration with science: the food of the future.

View the online exhibition via this link

‘Online Viewing Room’, Art Basel 2020

‘Life During Wartime’, USF Art Museum, Online

‘Uomo Analyticus’, AVL Mundo, Rotterdam (NL)

‘Reality is Not What it Seems’, Jousse Entreprise, Paris (FR)

‘State of Extremes’, Design Museum, Holon (IL)

‘The Time is Now’, Carpenters Workshop Gallery, Online exhibition

‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’, CWG, New York (USA)

‘Falckenberg Collection’, Deichtorhallen, Hamburg (DE)

‘Recover/Uncover’, Masa Galeria, Mexico City (MX)

A Confrontation of Ideals’, Anren Biennale, Anren (CN)

‘Atelier Van Lieshout’, AVL Mundo, Art Rotterdam (NL)

‘Home is a home is a home is a home’, Jousse Entreprise, Paris (FR)

‘A Decade of Wearable Art’, Elisabetta Cipriani Gallery, London (UK)

‘Love in a Mist’, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Cambridge (USA)

‘In the Age of Post-Drought’, Transnatural, DDW (NL)

‘Dark Fantasy’, Carpenters Workshop Gallery, Los Angeles (USA)

‘House of Transition’, Fokus Favoriten, Vienna (AT)

‘Secret Society’, AVL Mundo, Rotterdam (NL)

‘Dysfunctional’, Carpenters Workshop Gallery, Venice (IT)

‘Vrijplaats bij MIJ’, Museum IJsselstein, IJsselstein (NL)

‘Blast Furnace’, Art OMI, Ghent (USA)

‘RENEGADE’, Gió Marconi, Milan (IT)

‘ArtZuid 2019’, Amsterdam (NL)

‘Mutant Nature’, Carpenters Workshop Gallery, Paris (FR)