• Gerlach en Koop
  • 2016-04-15T00:00:00+02:00
  • 2016-11-27T23:59:59+01:00
  • Invited by the museum, the collective artist gerlach en koop are compiling a remarkable collection presentation, along with their own work and some supporting additions.
gerlach en koop

What you think is the point is not the point at all but only the beginning of the sharpness:
What ?
What you think is the point is not the point at all but only the beginning of the sharpness:
Hmm, a bit long. Can you make it shorter?
What you think is the point is not the point at all:
Still too long. She moves thumb and index finger together and apart.
The beginning of the sharpness:
Shorter still ... wait, what if we just use the final colon?
: ?
Exactly, but then without the question mark. After a colon there's always an enumeration or a quote. A museum collection is an enumeration and our selection from it is a quote.
So the exhibition has a point that can't be seen and a title of two points that you can't pronounce.
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Invited by the museum, the collective artist gerlach en koop are compiling a remarkable collection presentation, along with their own work and some supporting additions. They received carte blanche and the full confidence of museum curator Paula van den Bosch, and their selection includes modern and contemporary artworks, three artworks from the old masters department, and crockery and several diverse objects. gerlach en koop also asked artists to loan or perform works that were in the collection in the making (as a sketch or scale model). (Willem de Rooij, Haegue Yang, Francis Alÿs, William Graatsma, Joëlle Tuerlinckx and Lily van der Stokker). gerlach en koop regard making an exhibition as a medium in itself, and their approach is essentially the same whether it concerns exhibitions of their own work or that of others.

Les double pieds, Marcel Broodthaers, uit Marcel Broodthaers in Zuid-Limburg.

Les double pieds, Marcel Broodthaers, uit Marcel Broodthaers in Zuid-Limburg.