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  • 24-11-2021 News

    Calder walk in Hoogvliet

    CBK Rotterdam organizes an informal art walk in Hoogvliet with the monumental sculpture Le Tamanoir in the leading role, in addition to Calder Now. Walk along artworks by Calder and fellow…

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  • 02-11-2021 News

    Time. And Again. by Ken Lum on Kruiskade

    From November 3, 2021, the temporary exhibition of the work Time. And again. (2021)by Ken Lum is on display at Kruisplein. Time. And Again. (2021) consists of a series of five posters, which were commissioned…

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    New sculpture in SIR collection

    On World Refugee Day, Sunday 20 June, Mayor Aboutaleb of Rotterdam will unveil a new work of art at the head of the Wilhelminapier. On the Maas, directly opposite the future Fenix Movers Museum L’Age…

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    The Braid of Kalliopi Lemos

    The Braid (2020), a sculpture by sculptor Kalliopi Lemos, was added to the sculpture terrace on the Westersingel on March 8, 2021, International Women’s Day, where it was unveiled by alderman Said Kasmi. In 2020,…

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    ‘Rickey’ is back

    Two Turning Vertical Rectangles – the sculpture with the two gigantic revolving plates – by artist George Rickey, is back on the Binnenwegplein in Rotterdam. It had been five years away, but last Monday, September…

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    Unveiling new artwork Ben Zegers

    On Friday, September 18, the new artwork Everyone is dead except us by Ben Zegers will be unveiled at the Binnenrotte. The unveiling is in the hands of Alderman Kasimi and will take place from…

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  • 27-11-2018 News

    Light installation at metro station Maashaven: yellow-free zone by Adrien Lucca

    Light artwork for metro station Maashaven: Yellow-free zone by Adrien Lucca Unveiling: 17 December 2018 French artist Adrien Lucca (Paris, 1983) has designed a light artwork for the hall of Metrostation Maashaven in Rotterdam,…

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    Het Ding (Untitled, 1957) premiers at the Dutch Film Festival

    In Mels van Zutphen’s short documentary film Het Ding (Untitled, 1957) – a paneled-up sculpture of Naum Gabo at the Bijenkorf in Rotterdam slowly becomes visible during months of restoration. Through elusive images and sounds,…

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