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Solo exhibition by Reinier Asmoredjo Mi Gudu; 40 jaar beeldend kunstenaar (My Treasure; 40 years visual artist)

07/03/2024 - 27/04/2024

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Solo exhibition by Reinier Asmoredjo Mi Gudu; 40 jaar beeldend kunstenaar (My Treasure; 40 years visual artist)

We are happy to invite you to the special solo-exhibition of Reinier Asmoredjo, titled Mi Gudu; 40 jaar beeldend kunstenaar (My Treasure; 40 years visual artist), opening on March 7. With this exhibition, the artist celebrates his active and multi-faceted art career of already four decades, together with the public. As an artist who is highly productive, Reinier has once again created an impressive collection of works, ranging from paintings in various sizes on canvas, paper and foam board, to...


Exhibition ‘In de Blaauwe Boon’ curated by literary historian Hilde Neus

Dear art friends, Readytex Art Gallery kindly invites you to visit the special exhibition ‘In de Blaauwe Boon’ (In the Blue Bean), curated by literary historian Hilde Neus, whose focus is on describing women’s histories. This exhibition is inspired by her research into the manumitted Caatje van Heijne, who owned two houses on Maagdenstraat and Jodenbreestraat, close to where Readytex Art Gallery is currently located. Caatje van Heijne was also owner of the coffee plantation Dwingelo. In Suriname, the coffee that...


Exhibition: Compositie. Spreken in patronen (Composition. Speaking in patterns) inspired by alakondre

We are excited to invite you to a special group exhibition titled Compositie. Spreken in patronen (Composition. Speaking in patterns). Inspired by alakondre, visual artist Dhiradj Ramsamoedj, the curator of this exhibition, created a unique arrangement to showcase artworks from eighteen artists affiliated to Readytex Art Gallery. “Our society is a ‘mamjo’ (patchwork) of various ethnicities. We have an alakondre structure and are dynamic. That is why I took the courage and freedom to use this as a point of...


Solo exhibition by Sunil Puljhun: Sanskrti ka Sanrakshan

Dear art friends, Get ready to enjoy yet another beautiful solo exhibition at Readytex Art Gallery this November. Visual artist Sunil Puljhun will present a new collection of artworks in his exhibition titled Sanskrti ka Sanrakshan (Preservation of culture). A collection in which Sunil exhibits a surprising new approach to the theme that he has been focusing on in the past several years.  Where his imagery previously emphasized the darker side of human nature, Sunil currently focuses on something that he...


Exhibition: ”Hakka Opera in Suriname”

Dear art friends, Please visit Readytex Art Gallery for a special new group exhibition in light of this year’s 170th commemoration of Chinese Immigration to Suriname. For the exhibition Hakka Opera in Suriname, curatorsKit-Ling Tjon Pian Gi and Rinaldo Klas took their inspiration from the way in which the Hakka people who have migrated all over the world have been able to adapt, and also from the engaging storylines in their lively and colorful operas. “The Hakka Opera is a story....


Exhibition: “Muddy Waters” – Inspired by the 1st Bienal das Amazônias

Readytex Art Gallery is pleased to invite you to the exhibition 'Muddy Waters', an artistic reflection on the Amazon Biennale that opened for the first time this year in the city of Belém in Brazil, and for which works by five of our artists were also selected by the organization. The significance of the waters of the Amazon for local life is a central theme in the Amazon Biennale. In 'Muddy Waters', curators Aruna Mungra and Miguel Keerveld add to...


Solo exhibition: That which I have found, becomes mine by Kurt Nahar

Readytex Art Gallery and visual artist Kurt Nahar are happy to invite you to his new solo exhibition titled That which I have found, becomes mine. An appropriate title, because Kurt makes all that he encounters, finds or discovers; anything that even slightly impresses him or catches his attention, his own. Nothing is off-limits when it comes to the art of Kurt Nahar. And while the visual language in his new artworks is diverse, provocative and often challenging, it...


1st Bienal das Amazônias, Bubuia: Water as a Source of Imaginations and Desires

Readytex Art Gallery is proud to announce that works by several of her affiliated artists have been chosen by the curators to be presented in the 1st Bienal das Amazônias in Belém, the capital of Pará in Brazil. Opening to the public on August 4 and on view until November 5, 2023, this first edition of the Biennial has as its theme: Bubuia: Water as a Source of Imaginations and Desires. This term, used by the Caboclos (Brazilians of mixed...


Exhibition: “Beyond Bondage” curated by Kenneth Flijders and Shaundell Horton

Readytex Art Gallery and curators Kenneth Flijders and Shaundell Horton, are happy to invite you to visit the new exhibition Beyond Bondage, starting from July 6. For this exhibition the curators chose a special selection of artwork from various artists, to commemorate this year’s 160th anniversary of Keti Koti, the abolishment of slavery, on the 1st of July. In addition to his role as co-curator, visual artist Kenneth Flijders is also the ‘Local Master’ of Beyond Bondage. With his...


‘Sarnami, Hai; Suriname, I am’ in commemoration of 150 years of Hindustani Immigration

Readytex Art Gallery would like to invite you to the exhibition 'Sarnami, Hai; Suriname, I am' in commemoration of 150 years of Hindustani Immigration. Sarnami, Hai; Suriname, I am' depicts events and elements that have (had) an influence on the identity formation of Hindustanis, from the moment of their arrival in Suriname in 1873 to the present day. With works by Dhiradj Ramsamoedj, Kit-Ling Tjon Pian Gi, Kurt Nahar, Sri Irodikromo, Kenneth Flijders, Shaundell Horton, Sunil Puljhun, Hanka Wolterstorff, Miguel...