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

Programmes

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

Upcoming

Holland Festival and Hartwig Art Foundation present: Carmen. A freewheeling, genre-bending adaptation of Georges Bizet’s famous opera

23 JUNE 2024 | Holland Festival 2024

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Ongoing

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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Ongoing

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
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Ongoing

MOBY DICK; or, The Whale by artist Wu Tsang, a silent film screened with live chamber orchestra, premiered in March 2022 at the Schauspielhaus Zurich.

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Film still, MOBY DICK; or, The Whale (2022), Dir. Wu Tsang, Prod. Schauspielhaus Zürich. 
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Ongoing

Hartwig Art Foundation and Oude Kerk Amsterdam present the first-ever European survey of Meredith Monk in the context of visual art.

21 Oct. 2023 — 14 Apr. 2024 | Oude Kerk, Amsterdam

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Meredith Monk, Cellular Songs (2018). Photo: Julieta Cervantes

Ongoing

Hartwig Art Foundation Becoming CLIMAVORE

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