On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the Centre Pompidou the museum shows art form the national network of FRAC’s. Elmar Trenkwalder (1959) is represented with a large ceramic sculpture.
Last year Henri Jacobs (1957) did a three month residency at the famous porcelain centre on the island Arita in Japan.
During the Dutch Design Week the porcelain dishes and vases he produced there are exhibited.
Marcel van Eeden (1965) conceived a new series of drawings commissioned by the NOG Collection, titled Circus Henny.
It is modelled on the historic Swiss Circus Häni that sets up its tents at Schiedam, The Netherlands.
Henri Jacobs (1957) takes part in l’Art dans les Chapelles, at the Vallée du Blavet in the heart of Bretagne, France.
During the summer several chapels in the region around Pontivy are used as locations to host contemporary art
Dirk Zoete (1969) takes part in Façade 2017, Face Your Freedom. For the manifestation 15 artists
have created installations in the centre of Middelburg, The Netherlands
Zeger Reyers (1966) participates in the exhibition Disruption, Remapping Nature in the Oude Warande park
in Tilburg, NL. The annual open air exhibition at the park focuses on the relationship between art and nature.
Marcel van Eeden (1965) participates in the exhibition 10 years Prix de Dessin of the Foundation for Contemporary Art Daniel and Florence Guerlain, at the Centre Pompidou, Paris.
Diederik Gerlach (1956) participates in the exhibition The Sweetness of Doing Nothing, at Museum Kranenburgh
guestcurator Eelco van der Lingen selected works of 25 artists that focus on doing nothing and on slowing down.
Martin Assig (1959) takes part in Me in a no time state – on the Individual, 10 years Kolumba. In the exhibition that celebrates the 10th anniversary of the museum works by contemporary artists are combined with religious art from the middle ages and the baroque era from the museum’s collection
Robbie Cornelissen (1954) and Karin van Dam (1959) have built an installation titled Tipping Point at the Cacaofactory Helmond, The Netherlands. In the installation Robbie Cornelissen’s large format drawings interact with Karin van Dam’s objects and three dimensional constructions