The Hartwig Art Foundation engages in sustainable partnerships and active collaborations with local and international institutions, initiatives, makers and thinkers in an effort to stimulate the access to art for a greater public.
Tony Cokes, with De Balie
De Balie presents the work of American artist Tony Cokes. The exhibition Disco isn’t dead. It has gone to war (23 Dec. 2021 – 7 Jan. 2022) consists of a selection of video works by the artist, presented across different spaces in De Balie and on the outdoor video wall on Leidseplein square in Amsterdam. The exhibition is organised in collaboration with the Hartwig Art Foundation.
Anne Imhof, with the Stedelijk
The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and the Hartwig Art Foundation are working together on a performative exhibition of Anne Imhof, set to open in autumn 2022 at the Stedelijk. The exhibition was initiated by Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, and will be the artist’s first solo show in the Netherlands.
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 with the support of the Hartwig Art Foundation. From 2022 two exhibitions of renowned Dutch artists will be presented on the first floor of Oud-Amelisweerd each year.
Arthur Jafa, with De Balie & the Stedelijk
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.