During the duration of the Holland Festival 2023, the installation The worm (2021) by artist Ed Atkins will be exhibited in one of the former courtrooms of the Parnassusweg 220.

1 Jun. — 1 Jul. 2023 | Holland Festival 2023

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Ed Atkins, The worm (2021), digital film, colour, sound. Courtesy the artist an Cabinet, London
Ed Atkins reciting in front of a microphone, wearing black clothes and with shaved head

Epitaph shows Atkins’ attempt at an adequate recitation of a poem from the New York author Gilbert Sorrentino.

18 Jun. 2023 | Holland Festival 2023

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Ed Atkins, copyright Kiasma 
Meredith Monk swinging her braids upwards

Meredith Monk's newest work, Indra’s Net, is an immersive installation performance work inspired by a Buddhist tale that illustrates life’s interconnectedness.

23 — 24 Jun. 2023 | Holland Festival 2023

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Meredith Monk, Indra's Net, copyright Christine Alicino
Painting of a dog sitting in front of surrounded by blueish vegetation at dusk/ dawn

Hannah van Bart paints poignant portraits, still lifes and landscapes. This exhibition brings together work from the past 20 years of her oeuvre with new and recent work.

1 Apr. — 20 Aug. 2023 | Centraal Museum in Landhuis Oud Amelisweerd

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Hannah van Bart, Dark recollections (Nacht und Traume) (2018 - 2019), collection Centraal Museum 
A mountainous landscape with a lake (or river), two undefined flags planted in the ground and a person staring at the water

The multi-screen installation Arcadia delves into the oral and representational history of Indigenous cultures, addressing the ecological implications of settler colonialism, extractive capitalism, and the extinction of microorganisms

7 Feb. — 11 Jun. 2023 | Sharjah Biennial 15

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Video still John Akomfrah, Arcadia (2023), five channel HD Video, colour, black and white, 15.1 surround sound © Smoking Dogs Films. Courtesy Smoking Dogs Films and Lisson Gallery