gallery talks

Berend Strik
16 Nov 2012

Location: Schiphol Hal (entrance hall)
Language: Dutch
Entrance: Visitors only pay entrance to the museum (special discounts apply).
Reservations: It is necessary to make a reservation. Send an e-mail to, stating your full name, e-mail address, telephone number, and the date of the event for which you want to reserve a seat.

After the museum reopens, the Stedelijk will continue the series stedelijk|gallery talks, in which well-known scientists, artists, curators, and critics organize a tour around a selection of exhibited works in the museum on the basis of their own expertise and background.

Berend Strik, visual artist, will give a Gallery Talk in the afternoon.

More information about the speaker:

The art of Berend Strik, who lives in Amsterdam, is very diverse and encompasses various techniques. He does not focus on just one medium, but rather operates on the borders of visual art, incorporating embroidery, video, photography and architecture in his work. Strik became known internationally in the 1990s with his embroidery work, that springs from a temptation of the usual and the everyday. His work has been exhibited around the world and acquired by renowned museums and collections. Strik’s most recent exhibitions in 2011 are: Crushed, Stitched and Transfixed, Oslo Museum, Gallery IKM, Norway en Tumbled Topics, Stephane Simoens Contemporary Fine Art, Knokke-Zoute, Belgium. In 1994, Strik had a solo exhibition at the Stedelijk entitled Sadness, Sluices, Mermaids, Delay.