Solo exhibition Chabot Museum summer 2011

Chabot Museum, Rotterdam, Jun 2011

(network potato eigenheimer]
19 Jun > 11 Sep 2011 Chabot Museum Rotterdam

JEANNE VAN HEESWIJK together with Mindaugas Arlinskas, Yun Bao, bewoners Werthacker, Frank de Bruijn, Maurits de Bruijn, Benny Busborg, Yane Calvoski, Linas Citvaras, Floor Cornelisse, Rolf Engelen, Klaas van Gorkum, Ali Al Harbi, Iratxe Jaio, Huda Al Kazwine, Thijs Kelder, Wenying Liao, François Lombarts, Marcel van der Meijs, Jeroen Musch, Sonya Schönberger, Pia Sigmund, Paul Sixta, medewerkers SUS, Roger Teeuwen, Siebe Thissen, Joke Tjalsma, Pieter Vandermeer, Frans Vermeer, Anique Weve and Marten Winters.

Jeanne van Heeswijk (Schijndel, 1965) creates her art projects all over the world and worked in the USA, Australia, Lithuania, China and Germany. She also represented the Netherlands in the Venice Biennale in 2003. The Chabot Museum in Rotterdam is the first museum to present a comprehensive view of projects of the last 15 years. The works enter into a dialogue with some of Henk Chabot's social realist paintings. For this occasion, her works will also be shown outside the museum walls, in cooperation with different partners. In 2002, Jeanne van Heeswijk received the Hendrik Chabot Prize. This is the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds' triannual prize, rewarded to an artist for his or her entire oeuvre.

Opening: Sunday, 19 June 2011, 3 p.m.

Korrie Louwes, alderman for the Labour Market, Higher Education and Participation in Rotterdam, will be opening the exhibition officially in the Chabot Museum. In the garden you can enjoy the food of 'de Wijkkeuken van Zuid', an initiative of Freehouse in the Rotterdam neighborhood Afrikaanderwijk

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