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News
SKOR after 2012
A glimpse of the future.
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News
Fulya Erdemci appointed as curator of the 13th Istanbul Biennial
14.09.2013 - 10.11.2013
The 13th Istanbul Biennial, organised by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts and sponsored by Koç Holding, is set for the autumn of 2013, under the curatorship of Fulya Erdemci.
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Project
Op Hoogte Gedacht
Zuurdijk, Woltersum, Wittewierum, Obergum, Wierhuizen (Municipality De Marne), Vierhuizen
The countryside to the north of Groningen has remained relatively untouched.
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EVENT
SKOR Finissage
12.07.2012
On July 12, 2012, SKOR marked the ending of an important period of 12,5 years with a modest, yet festive finissage.
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News
Dutch coup d’état in art and culture - Appeal for response!
18.06.2011
This letter is send by e-flux, the international e-agenda for fine arts on June 18, 2011. The letter is signed by Ann Demeester, Guus Beumer, Maria Hlavajova and Arno van Roosmalen, on behalf of De Zaak Nu, various institutions and individuals in the field of the fine arts, “all of whom are concerned about the future of the whole cultural field in the Netherlands”.
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News
Dear Mr. Zijlstra
10.06.2011
Dear Mr. Zijlstra, Honoured members of the Lower House,
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News
What happened to art in the public domain?
10.06.2011
Sign the declaration supporting SKOR | Foundation Art and Public Domain. The petition can be signed until February 1, 2012! (EXTENDED)
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News
Opening Turkish Pavilion, 54th Venice Biennale
03.06.2011
Artiglieri
On behalf of IFCA, Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (Istanbul Kültür Sanat Vakfı | IKSV), we are pleased to invite you to the reception given on the occasion of the opening of the Turkish Pavilion with 'Plan B', a project by Ayşe Erkmen.
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News
Now in the cinemas: 'The Forgotten Space'
18.11.2010
Ketelhuis, 't Hoogt, Verkadefabriek
'The Forgotten Space', a filmic essay by Allan Sekula and Noël Burch, will be screened in cinemas in Amsterdam, Utrecht and Den Bosch from November 18, 2010.
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News
'The Forgotten Space': winner of the Special Orizzonti Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival
13.09.2010
Palazzo del Cinema
'The Forgotten Space', a film by Allan Sekula and Noël Burch, was awarded the Special Orizzonti Jury Prize at the 67th Venice Film Festival in the category ‘full-length films’.
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News
World premiere of 'The Forgotten Space' in Venice
01.09.2010 - 11.09.2010
Palazzo del Cinema
'The Forgotten Space', a film essay by the American artist Allan Sekula and the French-American director and film historian Noël Burch will enjoy its world premiere at the celebrated Venice Film Festival.
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News
Polder Cup was a great success!
03.06.2010 - 04.09.2010
Ottoland
Maider López, SKOR | Foundation for Art and Public Domain and Witte de With invited lovers of football and art to be players and spectators at the first and only 'Polder Cup' on Saturday September 4, 2010.
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News
Polder Cup is looking for volunteers!
03.06.2010 - 04.09.2010
Ottoland
Would you like to work on a unique art project on September 4, 2010? 'Polder Cup' is looking for volunteers aged 18 and upward who can assist with the organisation and execution of this sports/art project by the Spanish artist Maider López.
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News
Participate in the Polder Cup!
03.06.2010 - 04.09.2010
Ottoland
Take part in a unique football tournament in the Ottoland polders (Graafstroom district, South Holland) on September 4, 2010.
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News
How to Meet an Angel, an artwork for the Mentrum clinic on Eerste Constantijn Huygensstraat
26.09.2009
Mentrum Clinic 1e Constantijn Huygensstraat
After many years of preparation, a remarkable work of art will be mounted on the facade of the Mentrum psychiatric clinic on the Eerste Constantijn Huygensstraat in Amsterdam in September 2009. ‘How To Meet an Angel’, by the renowned Russian–American couple Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, represents hope, care-giving and the long road to recovery.
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News
Opening 'Transcriptions 1-6' by James Beckett in the NKI
16.06.2009
NKI (Netherlands Cancer Institute), Amsterdam
On 16 June 2009 'Transcriptions 1-6' by James Beckett will have its opening at the NKI (Netherlands Cancer Institute), with three lectures.
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Opening Totem Folly, Jennifer Tee and Jonas Ohlsson
28.05.2009
Museum Het Dolhuys, Haarlem
From 28 May 2009 a special totem pole stands in the courtyard of the museum for psychiatry Het Dolhuys in Haarlem. The work of art by Jennifer Tee and Jonas Ohlsson is about 3.5 metres high and is made of porcelain cylinders surmounted by a wheel in the form of a Rorschach inkblot from which objects are hanging.
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Project
Totem Folly
28.05.2009
Museum Het Dolhuys, Haarlem
The Totem Folly by Jennifer Tee and Jonas Ohlsson stands like a beacon next to the entrance of the Dolhuys Museum for psychiatry and marks the transition between the ‘normal’ world outside and the ‘crazy’ world in the museum. The work also refers to the ‘rite de passage’, the ritual that symbolically marks the transformation from one state of being to the other.
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News
Announcement: De zee naar Harderwijk (The sea to Harderwijk)
06.01.2009
St Jansdal Hospital, Harderwijk
An art project by Luna and Kristin Maurer for St Jansdal hospital in Harderwijk.
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News
'A book and horizon for Spaarnepoort'
14.02.2006
Spaarnepoort
Inspired by the vanished water and by the desire to venture outdoors, Maria Barnas walked the shortest possible route from Spaarnepoort to the ocean.
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News
Repeat screening of ‘The Expansion of Mastenbroek Polder’
11.12.2005

It seems as if the world has turned upside down: a polder that expands while urbanites are forced to defend themselves against the encroaching green. Yet this is the reality depicted in the film 'The Expansion of Polder Mastenbroek', which was made by visual artist Sjaak Langenberg and filmmaker Theo van den Aker. In the afternoon of Sunday 11 December it can be viewed on 12 local TV stations and on 13 December it will be screened in ’t Hoogt in Utrecht.

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Press release: Opening of 'Quite Witty' by Hartmut Wilkening
De Burcht, Hoogezand
On Thursday 24 June 2010, a piece of sculpture by Harmut Wilkening will be opened at the De Burcht nursing home in Hoogezand.
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News
Declarations of support
No one will escape the effects of the €18 billion of cutbacks that the new cabinet intends to implement.
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