After a short break Cityscapes Gallery is back in a new formula, with a new program and a new location. From April 2016 the gallery will operate under a new flag: The Cityscapes Foundation. Same as the gallery, the foundation focuses on the interfaces of art, architecture and the city, aiming to establish a dialogue between artists, architects, designers, urban planners, offering a platform and arousing the interest of institutions, collectors and the public worldwide for this relatively unexplored field of art.
The first Cityscapes exhibition of 2016 - NEW ENERGIES - takes place at our new temporary base on the Marineterrein Amsterdam, where we organize a series of exhibitions in which we explore the cultural potentials of this ‘secret place’ that has been closed off from the city for such a long time. The exhibitions are organized with the support of Marineterrein Amsterdam.
NEW ENERGIES is a special group exhibition in which we present distinctive work by artists, architects, designers who explore and visualize the phenomenon of energy. Energy is everywhere, sometimes visible, more often not. Art, architecture and science each in their own way have the potential to make the invisible energies that shape the world around us visible.
Participating artists: Anastasija Pandilovska, Arne Hendriks/Mike Thompson, Charlotte Koenen, Chris Vanden Broeke, Franck Gribling, Jean Marc Spaans, Jolán van der Wiel, Martin uit den Boogaard, NL Architects, ZJA, Sjoerd Buisman, SeARCH.
EXHIBITION: NEW ENERGIES
DATE: April 22 - May 20, 2016
OPENING: Friday April 22, 5 – 8 pm
LOCATION: Marineterrein Amsterdam, Gebouw 27
!! GETTING THERE: On April 22 the main entrance of the Marineterrein is closed because of EU Meetings. You can reach Cityscapes Marineterrein via the Dijksgracht. From Oosterdokseiland (Parking Oosterdok) please walk or bike eastwards, cross the old pedestrian bridge to the Dijksgracht. Then go past Hanneke’s Boom and Mediamatic and cross the new bicycle bridge to the Marineterrein. You’ll find us in Gebouw 27 (the building on ‘pilotis’).