Events — Every Sunday

Join a 15 minute introductory lecture on the exhibition Malicious Mischief to learn more about the work of Martin Wong.

This lecture is free of charge. Please arrive on time, seats are limited.
Audi Zaal, 0.1
Every Sunday
Main language
English and Dutch
Starting on Sunday November 12th, Every Sunday afternoon:
14.00 – 14.15 (NL)
14.45 – 15.00 (EN)
15.30 – 15.45 (NL)
16.15 – 16.30  (EN) Please note: on Sunday November 12th, there will be only Dutch lectures.

Join us each Sunday afternoon for one of our introductory lectures. Free of charge, these lectures are the ideal start of an exhibition visit. Malicious Mischief is an extensive survey of the work of American-Chinese artist Martin Wong (1946–1999). He became renowned for his depictions of social, sexual and political situations from the 1970s, 80s and 90s in the United States. Wong poetically weaved together stories about queer existence, marginalized communities and urban gentrification. In addition he was an important voice of a counterculture that did not yet find recognition in the art world at the time. Discover Wong’s work during this introductory lecture, followed by your visit to the exhibition.

painting, eightball, marting wong
Martin Wong, Tell My Troubles to the Eight Ball (Eureka), 1978—81. Courtesy of the Martin Wong Foundation and P.P.O.W, New York

The free introductory lectures are made possible by Zadelhoff Cultuurfonds

  • Zadelhoff Cultuurfonds logo