We would like to invite you to the book launch of pietsjanke fokkema. Utwrydsk in Teylers Museum, Spaarne 16, HaarlemContinue reading
Gerhard Hofland Gallery presents RATTLE, RATTLE!, the first solo exhibition by Ide André (1990, NL) from October 2 - November 16, 2019.
Opening reception: Saturday 12 October, 17:00 h.
Location: Gerhard Hofland Gallery, Amsterdam, Bilderdijkstraat 165 C, 1053 KP Amsterdam. gerhardhofland.com
On this occasion Ide André will be awarded the Sieger White Award 2018. This bi-annual prize is awarded by the Prins Bernhard Culture Fund to young talented artists that propel contemporary painting to new levels, and serves to stimulate the artist to further explore and develop their practice.
The publication related to the Sieger White Award, published by Jap Sam Books, will be released during the opening. Rattle, Rattle! Ide André will be handed over to Ide André by Jan de Ruiter, chairman of the Sieger White Foundation. Following this event, there will be a performance by the artist himself.Continue reading
Date: 22 April, 3pm
Location: Kunsthal Rotterdam, Museumpark, Westzeedijk 341, 3015 AA Rotterdam
Play the City & Jap Sam Books present 'The future of city gaming. Which games will help us to build the city of the future?'Continue reading
This autumn, the Finnish Cultural Institute for the Benelux and publishing house Jap Sam Books will launch their joint essay collection Home Reassembled. On Art, Destruction & Belonging.Continue reading
We would like to ask your attention for the book launch of DIY Klarenstraat. A new perspective on the post-war social housing block
The influential architecture critic and professor emiritus Vincent van Rossem considers the U.J. Klarenstraat to be 'the future of urban renewal in Amsterdam'. He is not the only one with this opinion. The very first Do It Yourself walk-up apartment block was nominated for multiple awards. This book is a helping hand to anyone dealing with the transformation of existing real estate, in particular the post-war social housing block.Continue reading
Book launch at EKWC, Oisterwijk, April 30
The director of Sundaymorning@ekwc, the European Ceramic Workcentre, Ranti Tjan, invites you for the book launch of Demystified, the European Ceramic Workcentre as Centre of Excellence by artist and researcher Nick Renshaw.
For the previous three years the author has worked with publisher Eleonoor Jap Sam and designer Montse Hernández i Sala towards realisation of the publication of his thesis (2013).