Curated by Marie-José Sondeijker.
West Den Haag is thrilled to announce Tote Räume, Gregor Schneider‘s first solo exhibition in the Netherlands. Acknowledged as a groundbreaking artistic proposition, Schneider’s work can be regarded also as prophetic in a time of mandatory social distancing since it is based on mechanisms of physical isolation. Unfolding a sequence of rooms, sculptures, human figures, photos and videos spanning four decades of radical art making, the exhibition is arranged in response to, and exchange with, the original function of its building as the U.S. Embassy in the Netherlands from 1959 until 2018.
Image credits: Gregor Schneider: Tote Räume, Interrogation room, Rheydt 2006.
Due to the current distancing measures, attendance is limited to max. 100 people at a time during The Hague Contemporary Art Weekend.
For more information about the entrance fee, please visit: westdenhaag.nl/info