Qade Solo Project

24 GALLERIES | 40 SOLOPRESENTATIONS

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    Qade Solo Project 2018

    CRUISETERMINAL | WILHELMINAKADE 699 | ROTTERDAM | NL
    7-11 FEB 2018 | WO 15-22:00 | DO & VR 13-21:00 | ZA & ZO 11-18:00
    www.qade.nl | info@qade.nl | www.artrotterdamweek.com

    Qade (Qontemporary Art and DEsign) Solo Project is an art fair that aims to provide the audience with a broad oriented and accessible art-event. Galleries will show artworks of established artist and designers, next to emerging young talents.

    Gavin Turk and Sarah Lucas (with Meneer Malasch), paintings by Bernard Frize and the spectacular utopian drawings by Carlijn Kingma (with Untiled and simultaneously shown in The Hague's Gemeentemuseum) next to works of the upcomming french photographer Denis Rouvre (Project 2.0), who recently was the big hit at Paris Photo. Guido Geelens famous 'tulipvases', straight from a museumshow at Miseum Boijmans (with Berlin's Brutto Gusto) next to fresh work by Rijkers & Blonk with emerging gallery Nasty Alice.

    With more than 20 participating galleries, whom each will present 2 solo exhibitions, people can expect a surprising and diverse offer that will stimulate their curiosity. Recognition next to astonishment. New perspectives and reflections. Sharing history and pointing to a common future. Underscoring the freedom and possibilities, the interdisciplinary diversity and vitality of the contemporary artworld.

    QADE takes place in the iconic Cruise Terminal, one of Rotterdam's most beautiful locations, with it's stunning view across the river towards the citycentre. There will be no traditional 'booths', nor straight gangways, but you wander from space to space, as through big, interconnected rooms in a deserted industrial building.

    The fair is embedded in the the Art Rotterdam Week, with its multitude of cultural manefestations, other art fairs, pop-up presentations en museum openings. A free shuttleservice is provided to link all events.

    CRUISETERMINAL | WILHELMINAKADE 699 | ROTTERDAM | NL
    7-11 FEB 2018 | WO 15-22:00 | DO & VR 13-21:00 | ZA & ZO 11-18:00
    www.qade.nl | info@qade.nl | www.artrotterdamweek.com

    Qade (Qontemporary Art and DEsign) Solo Project is an art fair that aims to provide the audience with a broad oriented and accessible art-event. Galleries will show artworks of established artist and designers, next to emerging young talents.

    Gavin Turk and Sarah Lucas (with Meneer Malasch), paintings by Bernard Frize and the spectacular utopian drawings by Carlijn Kingma (with Untiled and simultaneously shown in The Hague's Gemeentemuseum) next to works of the upcomming french photographer Denis Rouvre (Project 2.0), who recently was the big hit at Paris Photo. Guido Geelens famous 'tulipvases', straight from a museumshow at Miseum Boijmans (with Berlin's Brutto Gusto) next to fresh work by Rijkers & Blonk with emerging gallery Nasty Alice.

    With more than 20 participating galleries, whom each will present 2 solo exhibitions, people can expect a surprising and diverse offer that will stimulate their curiosity. Recognition next to astonishment. New perspectives and reflections. Sharing history and pointing to a common future. Underscoring the freedom and possibilities, the interdisciplinary diversity and vitality of the contemporary artworld.

    QADE takes place in the iconic Cruise Terminal, one of Rotterdam's most beautiful locations, with it's stunning view across the river towards the citycentre. There will be no traditional 'booths', nor straight gangways, but you wander from space to space, as through big, interconnected rooms in a deserted industrial building.

    The fair is embedded in the the Art Rotterdam Week, with its multitude of cultural manefestations, other art fairs, pop-up presentations en museum openings. A free shuttleservice is provided to link all events.

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