exhibition: 07 / 07 / 2020 - 21 / 12 / 2020
Growing Space is a cultural and social place for the Wielewaal, by and for neighbors and artists, to come together (especially) in the corona time. The exhibitions that are organized can be visited from the outside via the wooden platform where people can keep a safe distance from each other. Every week there is one exhibition and various activities that bring the neighbors into conversation with the participating artists.
To stay informed you can use the follow facebook page of Growing Space Wielewaal.
Growing Space Show Calendar:
show 1 / 7-13th July / The Correspondence Club / High Pressure Area with Michiel Brink
show 2 / 14-20th July / Fatemeh Fattahi
show 3 / 21-27th July / Children of the Oriole
show 4 / 28th July - 3th August / Jake Caleb & Manon Verkooyen
show 5 / 4-10th August / Neighbor / Neighbor (to be confirmed)
show 6 / 11-17th August / Clementine Edwards & Yoeri Guepin
show 7 / 18-24th August / Alex Phillips
show 8 / 25-31th August / Eun J Lee
show 9 / 1-7th September / Neighbor / Neighbor (to be confirmed)
show 10 / 8-14th September / Martijn Beelden
show 11 / 15-21th September / Outbilding / s by Wilma Kun, Bérénice Staiger and Kathrin Wolkowicz
show 12 / 22-28th September / Vlada Predelina
show 13 / 29th Sept - 5th October / Daphne Simons
show 14/6 - 12th October / Diana al Halabi
show 15 / 13-19th October / Merve Kiliçer & Ulufer Çelik
show 16 / 20-26th October / Manon Malan
show 17 / 27th Oct - 2th November / Huma Birgül
show 18 / 3-9th November / Neighbor / Neighbor (to be confirmed)
show 19 / 10-16th November / Ada M Patterson
show 20 / 17-23th November / Jo Willoughby
show 21 / 24-30th November / Santiago Pinyol
show 22 / 1-7th December / Dario D´Aronco
show 23 / 8-14th December / Lili Ulrich & Nash Caldera
show 24 / 15-21th December / Thomas Lowe
This project was initiated by Carmen José and Kamiel Verschuren (NAC) and was partly realized with a Temporary Work Contribution Production, Presentation and Research and a contribution from the Activities City scheme of CBK Rotterdam. With this last contribution, CBK Rotterdam wants to make the city more attractive with visual art and give Rotterdam visual artists a role in this, thereby increasing their visibility.
This project is also supported by Charlois Special.