Join a 15-minute introductory lecture on the exhibition Surinamese School.
- This lecture is free of charge; a consumption is required in case the café is open. Seats are being assigned on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please arrive on time, as the capacity of the Zadelhoff Café is limited.
- Zadelhoff Café
- Main language
- Engels and Dutch
- There are 3 introductions every Sunday:
2.30 pm until 2.45 pm
3.30 pm until 3.45 pm
4.30 pm until 4.45 pm
Every Sunday afternoon, you can join a 15-minute introductory lecture on the exhibition Surinamese School and discover the work of artists who flourished from the beginning of the 20th century up to, and including, the years after the independence of Suriname.
The exhibition Surinamese School explores the various artistic positions that were instrumental in the development of Surinamese visual arts. The show places particular emphasis on artists who, in addition to their artistic work, played a key role in helping to train new generations of artists, such as by developing art education in Paramaribo. Surinamese School spotlights work by artists including Erwin de Vries, Armand Baag, and Nola Hatterman from the collection of the Stedelijk Museum.