News Archive Read aloud CBK Rotterdam x Rotterdam Art Week 2023 CBK Rotterdam contributes with a financial contribution or substantive support to many events and exhibitions during Art Rotterdam. New at Art Rotterdam: Sculpture Park 'Sculpture Park' presents 13 mainly large-scale works of art that enter into a relationship with nature or with the urban environment. Temporarily no performance at 'It's Never Too Late to Say Sorry' The weekly performance at 'It's Never Too Late to Say Sorry' is temporarily canceled due to construction work on the Coolsingel. 8 x looking back on 2022 with the team of BKOR and SIR During the last days of 2022, BKOR and SIR look back on a year full of wonderful projects. How did they experience 2022? COLUMN BY ERNEST VAN DER KWAST: Giant window During the opening of the artwork 'Sash' on December 17, 2022, Ernest van der Kwast recited a column. BOLD PRINT online bookshop BOLD is a non-profit online store for books by makers based in Rotterdam. R&D awards round 3 (2022) In the third round of R&D (subsidy Development & Research for Rotterdam artists) of 2022, 12 of the 62 applications have been awarded. Talking to images Video series in which former artistic director of SIR, Dees Linders, talks about three Rotterdam sculptures in which she was involved. Festive opening 'Sash' by Ron van der Ende on 17 December 'Sash' will be festively opened on December 17, 2022 during a winter drink on the renovated Voorschoterplein, opposite the Voorschoterlaan metro station. Art walk in honor of a new place for two sculptures in Hoogvliet This autumn 'Gora Viva' (1979) by Jose Esteban Prieto and the untitled sculpture (1965) by Piet van Stuivenberg will be given a new place. Unveiling 'Bleekneusjes' by Martin Lodewijk on 19 December The artwork by the well-known Rotterdam cartoonist Martin Lodewijk commemorates the Rotterdam children in the hunger winter of 1944-45. Slavery monument 'Clave' by Alex da Silva is being refurbished The monument 'Clave' (2013) by Alex da Silva, which marks the abolition of slavery, will be renovated this fall.