Projects & Partnerships

The Hartwig Art Foundation supports artistic projects and engages in sustainable partnerships with local and international institutions, initiatives, makers and thinkers in an effort to stimulate the access to art for a wider audience. 


Tony Cokes, with De Balie

De Balie presents a selection of video works by Tony Cokes, shown across different spaces of the debate centre and on the outdoor video wall on Leidseplein square in Amsterdam.

The exhibition Tony Cokes in De Balie (22 Dec. 2022 – 8 Jan. 2023) is a partner project of the Hartwig Art Foundation.

Tony Cokes, Evil.16 (Torture.Musik) (2009-2011). Courtesy Greene Naftali Gallery, New York, Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles, and Electronic Arts Intermix, New York.

Anne Imhof, with the Stedelijk

Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and Hartwig Art Foundation present: ANNE IMHOF – YOUTH (1 Oct. 2022 – 29 Jan. 2023).

This autumn, Anne Imhof is invited to take over the Stedelijk’s 1,100-square-metre lower-level gallery. Combining art, architecture, light, and a sound composed especially for the occasion, she will transform the space into a labyrinthine total installation. Imhof’s first solo show in the Netherlands is a collaboration between the Stedelijk and the Hartwig Art Foundation. 


Art in the Age of the Metaverse

The Hartwig Art Foundation and the Rijksakademie have launched a multi-year collaboration entitled Art in the Age of the Metaverse. The project began in February 2022 with a six-month research period in the field conducted by Leonardo Dellanoce and Arthur Steiner, from Memory Gems.

The international conference of Art in the Age of the Metaverse will take place on 10 – 12 March 2023 at De Balie Amsterdam. It will present a wide range of voices from the field, discuss the project’s first findings and enable exchange and public input to kick-start the next steps for this multi-year research.

More information: here


Meredith Monk

The Hartwig Art Foundation presents the world premiere of Meredith Monk’s Indra’s Net as part of the Holland Festival 2023 (23 – 24 June 2023). 

Meredith Monk has devoted her life to exploring the potential of the human voice, weaving together new modes of perception and expanding the boundaries of music, performance and visual art. Her newest work, Indra’s Net, is an immersive installation performance work inspired by a Buddhist tale that illustrates life’s interconnectedness.

More info & tickets: here 

Indra’s Net, copyright Meredith Monk

In Fall 2023, the Hartwig Art Foundation and the Oude Kerk Amsterdam will jointly realise the first extensive European exhibition about Meredith Monk. The exhibition will showcase her music, notations, scores and drawings, sound recordings and films, and a set of immersive installations which translate themes and objects from her stage productions into new experiences. Completing the exhibition Monk develops a retrospective series of live concerts for Oude Kerk which allows for a full experience with her oeuvre. The exhibition of Meredith Monk is a collaboration in two acts at Oude Kerk, Amsterdam and Haus der Kunst München, together with the Hartwig Art Foundation. The exhibition is developed in close collaboration with Meredith Monk and The House Foundation for the Arts, New York.


Performa

The Hartwig Art Foundation and Performa, the internationally acclaimed organisation dedicated to live interdisciplinary performance by visual artists, are announcing a major institutional partnership.

We will collaborate on all levels, including the commissioning and creating of new works, the continued expansion of the Performa Archive and a fellowship program providing hands-on training for those working in the contemporary cross-media and performance field. More information: here


The Centraal Museum, Utrecht

The Centraal Museum in Utrecht is organising contemporary art exhibitions in Oud-Amelisweerd, a country house on the outskirts of the city of Utrecht. From 2022 two exhibitions of renowned Dutch artists will be presented on the first floor of Landhuis Oud-Amelisweerd each year, starting with the solo shows of Amie Dicke & Marijke van Warmerdam. This programme is a partner project of the Hartwig Art Foundation.

Upcoming exhibitions: Hannah van Bart (1 Apr. – 20 Aug. 2023) & Han Schuil (2 Sep. – 12 Oct. 2023).


Wu Tsang

MOBY DICK; or, The Whale by artist Wu Tsang, a silent film screened with live chamber orchestra will premiere in March 2022 at the Schauspielhaus Zurich. MOBY DICK; or, The Whale is produced by Schauspielhaus Zurich in collaboration with Zürcher Kammerorchester (ZKO). The Hartwig Art Foundation is co-commissioning this work with de Singel, Luma Foundation, TBA21-Academy, Superblue, The Shed and Whitney Museum of American Art. We are collaborating with the Holland Festival 2022 to bring the Dutch premiere of MOBY DICK; or, The Whale to Amsterdam.

More information and dates: here


Arthur Jafa, with De Balie & the Stedelijk

Photo Zsarà Grünfeld, De Balie

In June 2020 the Hartwig Art Foundation cooperated with the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and De Balie in order to realise a unique exhibition of two seminal films by the acclaimed artist Arthur Jafa. The films were shown daily at De Balie from 21 – 25 June and on 28 June 2020 there was a conversation at De Balie in response to it, led by Jörgen Tjon A Fong, with – among others – artists Charl Landvreugd, Iris Kensmil and Raul Balai.

The Hartwig Art Foundation supported this exhibition financially and through the loan of Jafa’s film The White Album.