On view from 28 February until 4 April 2020 Visiting hours: Wednesday-Saturday 13:00 – 18:00   ROZENSTRAAT is pleased to present Never Again, a new project by Elisa Caldana conceived as part of the cycle Topography of Terror initiated in 2017 in dialogue with the artist Diego Tonus. Focusing on ways of constructing information in contemporary journalism, the … Continued

Styrmir Örn Guðmundsson: Performance The Red Eyed Artist Assistant

Doors open 19:30 performance starts at 20:00 sharp   Styrmir Örn Guðmundsson: Performance The Red Eyed Artist Assistant   A lyrical storytelling performance by Styrmir Örn Guðmundsson about the experience of working as an artist’s assistant for Hreinn Friðfinnsson. Specifically envisioned for the exhibition at Rozenstraat- a rose is a rose is a rose.   … Continued

Talks inspired by Hreinn Friðfinnsson’s House Project

Door open 19:00 lectures start at 19:30 sharp (event in english)   Talks by Cassandra Edlefsen Lasch and Annabelle von Girsewald inspired by Hreinn Friðfinnsson’s House Project.   In 1974, through an ephemeral gesture, Hreinn Friðfinnsson claimed the whole universe within the site of a small house, turned inside-out, in the middle of an Icelandic lava … Continued

Sol Archer – World-Building is a Collective Enterprise

Rozenstraat is pleased to announce an ongoing collaboration with artist and film-maker Sol Archer. We open this collaboration on January 29th with a public moment of the in-progress work ‘World-Building is a Collective Enterprise’.   ‘World-Building is a Collective Enterprise’ is a moving image project filmed with groups of teenage K-POP dancers who meet and … Continued

Zachary Formwalt – Where history passes into the setting

Rozenstraat is happy to announce a series of events that will be developed with Amsterdam based artist Zachary Formwalt. Formwalt is developing a project in which Amsterdam’s monumental social housing projects from the 1920s are seen as contemporary ruins in relation to their original function as well-designed affordable housing for the proletariat. Though physically in … Continued

The One Minutes – Real sur Real by Jerszy Seymour

The One Minutes will be back at Rozenstraat- a rose!   Please join us on Tuesday Jan 28 from 6pm – 8pm to celebrate the Year of the White Metal Rat with a new series and their new book! The publication ‘刹那即永恒 – One Minute is Eternal’ presents an eclectic range of propositions in how … Continued

Performance MISS by Astrit Ismaili – part 1

‘MISS’ is a pop operette for three performers, who each interpret a music composition using their voice. The three performers represent three important historical references. The first of these is ‘The First Flower’, referencing the evolution of plants into flowering plants and the related change to their sexual reproduction processes. The second reference is Cicciolina, … Continued

Screening Beyond Index and Q&A with Gerald van der Kaap at Kriterion

Blue Monday is a name given to a day in January (typically the third Monday of the month) claimed to be the most depressing day of the year. We’re hosting a film programme with some of the bluest (in a literal sense) films we know in order to overcome this winter depression. 2 days after … Continued

Jeffrey’s Cinema #7

IN GIRUM IMUS NOCTE ET CONSUMIMUR IGNI   1978 Directed by Guy Debord 100 minutes In French with English subtitles This is my personal favourite of all Guy Debord’s films. For this movie he didn’t shoot a frame himself, he only uses stills and clips from other films. But in doing so, with the simplest of … Continued