Introduction Felix de Rooy
Events — Every Saturday
Join a 15-minute introductory lecture to learn more about the work of Felix de Rooy.
- This lecture is free of charge. Please arrive on time, seats are limited.
- Audi Zaal, 0.1
- Every Saturday
- Main language
- English and Dutch
- Every Saturday afternoon:
2.00 – 2.15 pm (NL)
2.45 – 3.00 pm (EN)
3.30 – 3.45 pm (NL)
4.15 – 3.30 pm (EN) Please note: on July 15th, there will be lectures about General Idea.
Join us each Saturday afternoon for one of our introductory lectures. Free of charge, this lecture is an ideal preparation for a visit to the Felix de Rooy exhibition: a survey exhibition of the work of Felix de Rooy (1952), a Dutch artist of Surinamese-Curaçaoan descent who has worked in the Netherlands since the 1970s. De Rooy investigates the position of colonized people and questions the way they can relate to themselves, as well as to society. His body of work consists of paintings, works on paper, assemblages, (digital) collages and wall tapestries in which he processes symbols, traditions and stories into new images. Discover his work during this introductory lecture, followed by your visit to the exhibition.
The free introductory lectures are made possible by Zadelhoff Cultuurfonds