Jeffrey’s Cinema #15 – Pumping Iron

Pumping Iron, 1977 Directed by George Butler and Robert Fiore 85 minutes In English Doors open at 7.30pm We start at 8.00 pm   Please feel free to join! Within the context of our current exhibition The Young Man as a Moviestar by Bart Groenendaal, Jeffrey Babcock presents Pumping Iron, of which he says the … Continued

The One Minutes – Premiere ‘Squeeze Crush Press Blush’ by Afra Eisma and Marnix van Uum

Premiere The One Minutes Series ‘Squeeze Crush Press Blush’  curated by Afra Eisma and Marnix van Uum Thursday 30 June 20.00-22.00 pm Free entrance   For one night, on Thursday 30 June, The One Minutes will hack the exhibition ‘The Young Man as a Movie Star: Paranoia, Opulence, Perversion, Competition’ by Bart Groenendaal at ROZENSTRAAT. The installation is an ode to cinema, … Continued

Talk about the R project Onze Roeping, on Joyful Militancy – Mercedes Azpilicueta

May 5, 18.30:  talk about the project Onze Roeping, on Joyful Militancy Doors open at 18.30 (with soup), the talk starts at 19.00.   Together with archivist and If I Can’t Dance curator Anik Fournier and Rozenstraat curator Sjoerd Kloosterhuis, Mercedes Azpilicueta will share parts of the process in preparation for the performative walks in July and … Continued

Jeffrey’s Cinema #14 – Workers for the Good Lord

WORKERS FOR THE GOOD LORD (2000) (Les savates du bon Dieu) Directed by Jean-Claude Brisseau 107 minutes In French with English subtitles   Doors open at 20.30, the film starts at 21.00   The great Jeffrey Babcock joins us with his returning spectaculair underground cinema’s. In line with the themes of Onze Roeping, on Joyful Militancy Jeffrey … Continued

Jeffrey’s Cinema #13 – Le Camion

LE CAMION, 1977 (The Lorry or The Truck) Directed by Marguerite Duras 80 minutes In French with English subtitles This is certainly not one of the easiest films I have ever programmed, but remains one of the most crucial. Directed by French writer Marguerite Duras, it is a movie that reflects the spiritual death of the 1960s, … Continued

Jeffrey’s Cinema #12 – Silent Souls

SILENT SOULS, 2009 (Ovsyanki) Directed by Alexsei Fedorchenko 78 minutes In Russian with English subtitles One of the favorites of the festival circuit, this visually stunning Russian film has largely been unseen in normal cinemas. When the wife of the central character dies, he decides to honor her in accordance with the ancient Merya culture of West-Central … Continued

Jeffrey’s Cinema #11 – The Mirror of Maya Deren

Jeffrey’s Cinema #11 April 15 at 9 pm.   THE MIRROR OF MAYA DEREN, 2002 Directed by Martina Kudláček 103 minutes In English The great Jeffrey Babcock is back with his spectacular underground cinema’s. Also this time he picked an almost forgotten gem with a link to the exhibition Frenemy bij Josefin Arnell and Margaret Haines. One critic described … Continued

Special Private Tour through through the Bibliotheca Philosophica Hermetica

Join us for this special tour in one of Amsterdam’s most iconic canal houses!  The core collection of the library in the Embassy of the Free Mind, the Bibliotheca Philosophica Hermetica, contains c. 2300 books and 300 manuscripts from the 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, the period from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment. When we … Continued

Casting for Josefin Arnell’s new film Beast and Feast

Rozenstraat- a rose is a rose is a rose activily keeps on track with artists it worked with. Where possible we also help them with their future projects. In this perspective we will host the casting for Josefin Arnell’s new film Beast and Feast. The casting will be closed to the general public, but afterwards … Continued

Divas, Ass and other Mysteries

Join us next Thursday, 7pm for 4 performances by 4 amazing artists!   Mingrui Jiang, Raoni Muzho Saleh, Xenia Perek and Clara Saito are presenting works that link and contribute to themes of the exhibition Frenemy by Josefin Arnell and Margaret Haines.  It will be a night full of experiment, excitement and desire. All 4 … Continued