Martha Kirszenbaum, curator Projections (photo Deborah Farnault) / Detail Portraits and Repetition, Juliette Blightman (Courtesy of the artist, Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin, Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam)

Projections

In the Tobacco Factory, a space of 700 square metres is darkened and videos are shown on large, freestanding projection walls, in an open and interactive setting.

“It is rare that an art fair devotes such space and effort to honor and promote moving image. Projections’ provides film and video artists an important opportunity to gain audience and visibility within the context of the fair”.

Martha Kirszenbaum, curator Projections

Intersections

Section for performance and installation art in a new part of the fair. Galleries, next to Non-Profit Spaces, have also been included in Intersections READ MORE...

Projections

700 square metres is darkened and videos are shown on large, freestanding projection walls, in an open and interactive setting READ MORE...

Open Air

Special section for presenting large-scale works of art on the grounds of the Van Nelle Factory READ MORE...

NN Group Award 2018

The NN Group Art Award is awarded during Art Rotterdam 2018 for the second time in a row. Read more...

Free guided tour with Young Collectors Circle

Especially for beginning art collectors Young Collectors Circle, the platform for art lovers with collecting ambitions, organizes guided tours at Art Rotterdam. Read more...

Silent Room at Kruisplein

A long matt-black building offers an immersive experience of silence and peace. IFFR and Art Rotterdam present the Silent Room by Simon Heijdens. Silent Room is a soundproofed space, in which visitors spend a few moments walking up and down the walkway and experience silence. Originally commissioned by SXSW in Austin, Silent Room’s intention is to provide "a black hole within a festival" in which one can pause, rest, self-reflect and snap into introversion. Read more...

Lecture Sjarel Ex

Lecture Sjarel Ex, director of Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, gives a lecture on the museum’s collector-policy. The lecture closely follows the article in Museumtijdschrift 1 / 2018 on collecting (a number of) museums. Read more...

Art Rotterdam launches online gallery platform

Art Rotterdam launches online gallery platform Gallery Viewer, the online gallery platform of Art Rotterdam goes online in September 2018. Read more...

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