Character Queequeg in the berth of a ship, on their knees, chest naked, stretching their right arm and fist up


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.

Production Still (Tosh Basco as Queequeg), MOBY DICK; or, The Whale (2022), Dir. Wu Tsang, Prod. Schauspielhaus Zürich. Photo by Greg Amgwerd
A drawing of red and blue plastic shopping bags falling down, with words like 'Continue' and 'Thank you' written on them.


Social engagement, music, and an attention to language and dialogue characterise the work of Rory Pilgrim

13 Jul. — 27 Oct. 2024 | Centraal Museum in Landhuis Oud Amelisweerd

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Rory Pilgirim, A Giving Hand, collection Teylers Museum, Haarlem


Wu Tsang's film explores how the myth of Carmen intertwines with the performative worlds of flamenco and bullfighting

20 Jul. — 3 Nov. 2024 | MACBA, Barcelona

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Wu Tsang, La gran mentira de la muerte (2024). Photo Bella Cutugno Argudo


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

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a red hand with three fingers opening a studded door


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.

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Artwork: Kévin Bray, graphic design: Clara Lezla


Hartwig Art Foundation Becoming CLIMAVORE

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Julien Creuzet: Algorithm ocean true blood moves
Studio Boekman, National Opera & Ballet, Amsterdam
29 — 30 Jun. 2024
Ansuya Blom
Centraal Museum in Landhuis Oud Amelisweerd
23 Mar. — 30 Jun. 2024
Wu Tsang/ Moved by the Motion: Carmen
Holland Festival 2024
23 JUNE 2024
Backlit photograph with 3 silhouettes in white onesies in front of a white bricked wall
Meredith Monk: Calling
Oude Kerk, Amsterdam
21 Oct. 2023 — 14 Apr. 2024
Tianzhuo Chen: TRANCE
Sonic Acts Biennial
23 Feb. 2024
The librarian surrounded by piles of books, possibly in the belly of the whale
Wu Tsang/ Moved by the Motion: MOBY DICK; or, The Whale
12 Mar. 2022 — 16 Feb. 2024
Courtplay: COURTPLAY
Parnassusweg 220, Amsterdam
12 — 13 Jan. 2024
An oil refinery industrial zone aglow at night, bathed in an ambient orange hue amidst a smog-laden atmosphere.
Monira Al Qadiri: Landscapes of extraction
De Balie
22 Dec. 2023 — 7 Jan. 2024
Han Schuil
Centraal Museum in Landhuis Oud Amelisweerd
2 Sep. — 12 Nov. 2023
A white gallery space with display of sculptures crafted from wooden sticks and adorned with colourful threads suspended from the ceiling
Julien Creuzet: Algorithm ocean true blood moves
Performa 2023, NY
10 — 11 Nov. 2023
Painting of a dog sitting in front of surrounded by blueish vegetation at dusk/ dawn
Hannah van Bart
Centraal Museum in Landhuis Oud Amelisweerd
1 Apr. — 20 Aug. 2023
Projection of a close up digital character (lower face) on a wooden box in a former courtroom
Ed Atkins: The worm
Holland Festival 2023
1 Jun. — 1 Jul. 2023
Performers dressed in white and other dressed in black in a circular formation, surrounded by musicians in a former gas holder building.
Meredith Monk: Indra's Net
Holland Festival 2023
23 — 24 Jun. 2023
Ed Atkins reciting in front of a microphone, wearing black clothes and with shaved head
Ed Atkins: Epitaph
Holland Festival 2023
18 Jun. 2023
A mountainous landscape with a lake (or river), two undefined flags planted in the ground and a person staring at the water
John Akomfrah: Arcadia (2023)
Sharjah Biennial 15
7 Feb. — 11 Jun. 2023
Eliza shirtless with AR glasses with the title of the exhibition drawn in red
Anne Imhof: Youth
co-presented with the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
1 Oct. 2022 — 29 Jan. 2023
Bright blue background with white text: "Disco isn't dead. It has gone to war."
Tony Cokes
De Balie
22 Dec. 2022 — 8 Jan. 2023
Video on a large screen depicting the backside of a tall classical statue of the Stadio dei Marmi in front of a blue, partly cloudy sky
Marijke van Warmerdam
Centraal Museum in Landhuis Oud Amelisweerd
10 Sep. — 13 Nov. 2022
Amie Dicke
Centraal Museum in Landhuis Oud Amelisweerd
16 Apr. — 21 Aug. 2022
An audience watching a large video projection featuring a dark-skinned person facing the camera in front of a bright yellow background.
Arthur Jafa
with De Balie & Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
21 — 25 and 28 June 2020