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18 April 2015 – 31 May 2015
Opening: Saturday, 18 April, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
With: Kristina Benjocki, Lana Cmajcanin and Adela Jušic, Anna Dasovic, Doplgenger, Saša Karalic, Vladimir Miladinovic, Quenton Miller, Charles van Otterdijk, Nikola Radic Lucati
*Before the opening, at 3.30 p.m., SMBA will stage a panel discussion with most of the contributing artists and the curators.
“Resolution 827" is the outcome of collaboration between Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade, in the context of Global Collaborations. The title of the exhibition, “Resolution 827”, refers to the UN resolution that was adopted in 1993 establishing the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY).The point of departure for the exhibition was to find a common denominator in the analysis of the societies of Serbia as well as other republics of the former Yugoslavia and the Netherlands, and to open up the debate on shared sore points, like the genocide in Srebrenica, that was subject to ICTY investigation.
COME AS YOU ARE
A proposal for the Fatih Mosque
5 - 14 June 2015
Opening: Friday, 5 June, 5 p.m.
With: Gijs Frieling, Ad de Jong, Job Wouters
In collaboration with: Fatih Mosque
Location: Stedelijk Musuem Bureau Amsterdam, Rozenstraat 59
COME AS YOU ARE presents the proposals artists Gijs Frieling, Ad de Jong and designer Job Wouters made for the Fatih Mosque in Amsterdam. The Fatih Mosque, which is situated on Rozengracht 150, is in the midst of a renovation. The artists made proposals for the portal and the furnishing of the entrance hall. The first proposals will be on view from June 5 at Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam, which is near the mosque. These proposals are meant as a starting point for dialogue. SMBA is honoured to have the privilege of hosting this unique collaboration between contemporary artists and an Islamic faith community in Amsterdam.
Presentations by Anna Dasovic and Robert Dulmers in SMBA and Castrum Peregrini
in the future - 31/05/2015
Date: Sunday 31 May, 2015
2 p.m. lecture performance Anna Dasovic at Castrum Peregrini, Herengracht 401
3 p.m. presentation by Robert Dulmers at SMBA, Rozenstraat 59
Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam and Castrum Peregrini are organizing a collaborative event on Sunday, May 31, to create a bridge between their exhibitions “Resolution 827” and “exclude/include. Alternate Histories”, about traumatic and repressed histories. Artist Anna Dasovic, participating in both exhibitions, will present her lecture performance Before the Fall there was no Fall at Castrum Peregrini. Journalist and writer Robert Dulmers will give a presentation about his recent publications on the fall of Srebrenica at SMBA. Hereafter both will engage into a conversation moderated by Lars Ebert (Castrum Peregrini) and Joram Kraaijeveld (SMBA).
Art in a ‘Global’ Context – Interview with Zoran Eric
2 months ago - 28/03/2015
On February 6, the third exhibition in the Global Positions series opened at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCAB) in Belgrade, Serbia. This time, the exhibition is a solo presentation by Amsterdam-based artist Zachary Formwalt, entitled Three Exchanges, which consists of three interrelated video works exploring the often-invisible impact of global capitalism. The Global Positions exhibitions are developed from collaborations between the SMBA and like-minded art institutions around the world. The first in the series, Made in Commons, resulted from an exchange with the KUNCI cultural centre in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, and the second established a relationship between the art scenes in Beirut and Amsterdam.
Art historian Steyn Bergs interviews the MoCAB’s chief curator Zoran Eric about the meaning of Formwalt’s installation in a former communist country, Serbia’s ‘in-between’ position in terms of the postcolonial discourse and the value of institutional collaborations.
To read the interview click here