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
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 
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 
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