With Tsang Chui Mei, Jamsen Law, Julvian Ho, Lee Suet Ying, Tap Chan and Vee Leong / Li Tzimei (Hong Kong)
GOLF festival is a new, three-day festival with performances, installations and lectures about the interaction between image and sound. GOLF is organised by the Haarlem cultural organisations 37PK, Nieuwe Vide en Pletterij in cooperation with Quartair.
The festival takes place on three evenings, Friday 21, Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 December 2018, at three locations in Haarlem: 37PK, Pletterij and Nieuwe Vide, where each location offers a program that matches their character and approach.
The name GOLF (Dutch for “wave”) references the way in which sound and light come to us, as waves, and it references the artists who take the stage during this festival and who are part of a wave of new, exciting experimental art forms.
Friday December 21st | 37PK
Saturday December 22nd | Pletterij
Sunday December 23rd | Nieuwe Vide
A glimpse of Riga
A glimpse of Riga
During Hoogtij #55, QUARTAIR was occupied by Latvian artists. An evening that let us catch a glimpse of what the capital Riga and its citizens are. Get to know their art, drink their traditional beverage, listen to the band The Bad Tones ( concerts at 20:30 and 22:00 ) and watch the 16 mm shortfilm ‘’Sound we see: Riga’’ where 25 artists capture the vibe of the city.
Friday, November 30th, 2018
Quartair in Italy:
Talking with Hands
The second part of this exchange project with Fusion Art Gallery / INAUDITA takes place now Turin, Italy.
Quartair artists - Harold de Bree, Geeske Harting, Wieteke Heldens, Erik-Jan Ligtvoet, Astrid Nobel, Jessy Rahman, Mike Rijnierse, Ludmila Rodrigues, Pietertje Van Splunter, Thom Vink - will open 'Talking with Hands' exhibition on Friday, 9th November at 19:00. Fusion Art Gallery / INAUDITA is a project space and artistic residence, run by Barbara Fragogna, artist and former curator of KunstHaus Tacheles, Berlin.
Opening: Friday, Nov 9th at 19:00
With thanks to:
E-Witness, Women and War
When looking at the role of women in history we often see women working on the background; widows, orphans, but also victims of (sexual) violence. From the rape of the Sabine women, the Korean and Indonesian ‘comfort women’, the kidnapped school girls of Boko Haram, to the IS women. Yet, women also have been fighters and heroes; at times they might also be instrumental in perpetuating war.
E-Witness aims to revisit and reflect on the role of women in war. Korean art group Art Ze-An departs from their historical perspective, the Korea war. The Dutch artists in the show focus on more recent events. With: Min Cheolhong, Heo Eunyoung, Shim Jung-ah, Chung Kyungmi, Ha Min-su, Han SoongHun, Hwang Seonyoung, Kim Suhyang, Shin Young-Seong, Jessy Rahman and Theater of Wrong Decisions.
Opening hours: Wednesday until Sunday
See what you know
“See what you know” refereert naar het weten dat voortkomt uit het kijken. Het intuïtieve maken is een van de uitgangspunten van het reizende kunstenaarscollectief The Act of Painting. In het maken zit het weten. Je bent de ruimte die je schildert en je bent de actie die je maakt in het beeld.
Opening: Friday 12 October, 2018 at 7 pm
Upcoming: 'Talking with Hands', the first exhibition of the new season 2018-2019. As part of our international cooperations, this exchange project between Quartair Contemporary Art Initiatives and Fusion Art Gallery / Inaudita (Turin) will bring eight artists from Italy to The Hague, and later in November, ten artists from Quartair will travel and exhibit in Turin.
Review by Kees Koomen on: chmkoome.wordpress.com
Artists - Talking with Hands - The Hague:
The hand of the human may be distinguished by the precision grip; however, the humanity of the hand, Heidegger argued, lies in its possession by the word. ‘Man does not “have” hands, but the hand holds the essence of man, because the word as the essential realm of the hand is the ground of the essence of man’. Thus language holds the hand, and the hand holds man.
- Tim Ingold
Opening: Friday September 7th, at 19:00-00:00
GUEST IN QUARTAIR
GUEST IN QUARTAIR
opening 20 April 18.00 - 23.00
Saterday 21 April and Sunday 22 April 12.00 - 18.00
Iliada Charalambous, Luis Maly, Leonie Schneider, Jeannette Slutter.
Today we constantly experience a changing social, and urban landscape in which temporality is the norm, objects are made to be replaced instead of to last.
Fresh Dough is an exhibition where four young artists based in The Hague react to this notion of temporality through sculptural ephemerality and a reaction to space.
Four diverse approaches to sculpture and site-specificity will be presented in Quartair to explore the temporality in contemporary sculpture and perhaps its very ephemeral nature.
with thanks to Stroom Den Haag
Do not disturb
9 March - 31 March
For already 25 years Quartair stands open for art and artists from all over the world.
It is less known that 11 artists also have a studio in this building.
In this jubilee year the members from Quartair show their work during Do not disturb .
With: Wieteke Heldens, Harold de Bree, Mike Rijnierse, Thom Vink, Astrid Nobel, Marlies Adriaanse,
Geeske Harting, Erik-Jan Ligtvoet, Ludmila Rodrigues, Jessy Rahman en Pietertje van Splunter.
Opening: Friday March 9th at 19.00 hours during Hoogtij # 52
Open: from March 9th till March 25th 2018
on Friday, Saterday and Sunday 13 till 17 hour.
Extra open Friday 30th and Saterday 31th of March 13:00 - 17:00 hour
Finissage at 16:00 Saterday 31th March
GUEST AT QUARTAIR
The evening will begin with a public discussion between Engqvist and curator/educator Clare Butcher on the roles of curators and artists, on exhibiting artistic research, and on the place of exhibitions within the art school context.
The exhibition follows on from an earlier event held at STROOM, Den Haag on February 9 with artist Marysia Lewandowska. Both events focus, in different ways, on issues related to the modes and contexts of artistic distribution.
The exhibition will also be open on Saturday 17 February, from 13.00 - 16.00.