Rosebud #8 Pola Weiss

“First of all, I am teleasta. For me, video is like my other voice, my other gaze, my other self”, thus Pola Weiss (MX, 1947-1990) introduced herself early in her career. From the mid 1970s, Weiss produced video art and television programs in which she experimented with dance, performance, music and innovative visual effects, such … Continued

Bart Groenendaal

What does it mean to be a man these days? How do men experience and perform themselves, in a time in which the ‘idea of masculinity’ is so strongly subject to change? The Young Man as a Movie Star (Paranoia, Opulence, Perversion, Competition) is comprised of four narrative short films. They are screened simultaneously in … Continued

Rosebud #7: Karolina Uskakovych – hArtforUkraine

In solidarity with the people of Ukraine, we are supporting the campaign #ArtForUkraine Rozenstraat invited the Hague-based Ukrainian designer, artist, and photographer Karolina Uskakovych to present her photo series ‘The Dogs That Survived’ / ‘Собаки Що Вижили’. This series emerged in collaboration with Nikita Zarkh, Boris Krichevsky, and Jonathon Turnbull, with whom she is working … Continued

Rosebud #6: Francisca Khamis Giacoman

  We are happy to announce the opening of Rosebud #6: Francisca Khamis Giacoman. Come by this Sunday between 3 and 5pm!   The work of Francisca Khamis Giacoman has been largely informed by her diasporic identity. In her videos, performances and workshops she seeks for a perpetuation of connections to places, experiences and people … Continued

Between you and me – Claudio Goulart & Flavio Pons

Claudio Goulart (1954-2005) and Flavio Pons (1947) arrived in Amsterdam independently and more or less by chance from their native Brazil in the mid-1970s. Though it was intended to be a short stay, the city’s then free, progressive and avant-garde climate ensured that both artists settled here. Goulart and Pons were partners and later lifelong … Continued

I saw it by ear

I Saw It By Ear is based on the recorded voices of artists describing an artwork to be. It is through their narrations that the artworks are activated in the mind of the public. The exhibition is loosely based on the idea of the Roman Room, a memory technique based on visualisations. Exposed on fixed locations but in multiple languages … Continued

Untitled Ceremony #16 Béatrice Balcou

ROZENSTRAAT is proud to announce Untitled Ceremony #16 Béatrice Balcou, a presentation organised in collaboration with Tlön Projects.   Tlön Projects invites curators, artists, authors and thinkers to enter into a dialogue with and develop innovative, noteworthy presentations of works on the basis of their imaginary collection or “museum without walls” at different locations. French … Continued


ROZENSTRAAT is proud to host Interwoven Histories by Touch/Trace, curated by Christel Vesters. The exhibition explores the intricate connections between textile and marginalised histories through the lens of contemporary art. The exhibition shows works by artists who each in their own way engage with textile as medium and mediator, to (re)tell the narratives of movement and migration, of … Continued

Jeanne Oosting Prize: Lily van der Stokker and Nour-Eddine Jarram

We are thrilled about our partnership with the Jeanne Oosting Prize! For the three coming years we will be hosting the exhibition of the laureates that accompanies this major Dutch oeuvre prize. The 2021 winners are Lily van der Stokker and Nour-Eddine Jarram. The exhibition is on view from August 6 until August 29.   The Jeanne Oosting Prize … Continued

Rearrangement of Priorities #9 (home) – Rainbow Soulclub

Rearrangement of Priorities #9 (HOME)   ROZENSTRAAT – a rose is a rose is a rose is proud to present Rearrangement of Priorities #9 (HOME), an exhibition by the Rainbow Soulclub.   The modification of expectations, of plans for the future, and the associated rearrangement of priorities is something that most members of the Rainbow … Continued