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Public Works: Imagination instead of Advertising
Forest polder fox, Florentijn Hofman, Schiedamseweg, 2020. Photo: Otto Snoek
The forest polder fox is now from the city
Image: Denis Guzzo
Sexual and gender diversity
New bridge poem
Spontaneous party for mural in Cool
courtesy Studio Florentijn Hofman
Forest fox
Gijsbert Karel van Hogendorp temporarily in depot
The River, Lon Pennock - photo BKOR archive-1-800x500
In memoriam Lon Pennock
13 key works in Rotterdam
Sculpture route
Lions on the Coolsingel
Animal island in Oud-Charlois
George Rickey back on Schouwburgplein
New artwork by Milou van Ham
Alex-da-Silva-Slavery monument-photo-Max-Dereta
In Memoriam Alex da Silva
Clouds from Gust Romijn
Two murals were restored
New wall for rope-jumping girl from Co Westerik
Florentijn Hofman designed Bospoldervos for Schiedamseweg
The Pigeon Woman
"May that image go away": what do we do with the statue of Piet Hein?
A radical and colorful intervention on the Prins Alexanderplein
ME / WE: a Monument to Sexual Diversity in Rotterdam
Artist of the wall relief found
Growth elements Leen Droppert relocated to Rozenburg
New route map through nocturnal Rotterdam
film about artists and reconstruction
Growth elements Leen Droppert relocated to Rozenburg
Siebe Thissen wins J. Dutilh prize
Diereneiland at the Amelandseplein
Loeki Metz and the Jewish Monument in Rotterdam now available
jazz from rjam
Jazz from R'JAM - new album now available
How Joren Joshua and Ilse Weisfelt found jazz in their mural
CBK R'DAM makes possible
Abel Grimmer, Common ground or Meent (1619)
Res Nullius
14 May poem by Jana Beranová back
R&D contribution
Work Loeki Metz restored
Limitless Rotterdammers
Guided tours
Z file newspaper
Z-FILES NEWSPAPER #3 now readable!
New website for BKOR
Photo gallery uprooted images Uproot Rotterdam
New work Herman Lamers for André van der Louw revealed
Tribute to André van der Louw
Art and Vaarwerk, Car parking garage (1987), Weena
Art & Architecture
New portrait of Rotterdam Jazz Artists Memorial
Marcus Miller visits monument
Extra Large #06 Daan Botlek
Rotterdam Jazz app is live!
De Klimplant (2015), Christine Saalfeld, Bloemhofplein
Climbing plant on Bloemhofplein
Art route maps
Kees Timmer's 'giraffes' (1964) have been relocated to Noordereiland. Photo: Vincent Petit
The 'Giraffes' by Kees Timmer relocated on the Noordereiland
Z-Files, Art and the City
The first Z-Files newspaper is out!
Restoration of De Appels (1973) by Kees Franse
New apples
New: The Swap Thing
Metamorphosis at the Blaak
Weather vane park
Kees Franse (1973), De Appels
Restoration images
New images on the Spoorsingel
The Phoenix (1966), Hans Ittman. Photo Max Dereta.
The Phoenix from Ittmann rises again
Sandra Smets column about the Rotterdam Singels
Cor Kraat, Made in Rotterdam
Image moves to Hoek van Holland
New seating objects 'Kryptonian Ice Lake' on the Spoorsingel
Kleinpolder art park
Wilhelminasteen relocated to Kop van Zuid
Beijerkoppen revealed
Unveiling of the Rotterdam Slavery Monument
New art on exchange base in Scheepvaartkwartier
The Schouwplaats
Arbor Morgana Trompenburg

TENT is the platform for contemporary art in the context of Rotterdam with exhibitions, new productions, educational projects, performances and events with makers from the city and beyond.
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Sculpture International Rotterdam manages the international sculpture collection of Rotterdam, brings it to the attention and develops a metropolitan international art policy.
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Forest polder fox, Florentijn Hofman, Schiedamseweg, 2020. Photo: Otto Snoek

BKOR manages and renews the extensive city collection in collaboration with Rotterdam residents, companies and institutions. BKOR advises the municipality, citizens and artists on the realization, placement, relocation and remediation of public works of art.
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Art Office mediates, informs and supports visual artists from Rotterdam with regard to their professional practice. For artists, institutions and individuals.
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