Willy Ørskov, Flexions, 1967, foto: Marjon Gemmeke

Art & Project was one of the most influential galleries in the last decades of the twentieth century. With their openness for new developments in visual art, the founders Adriaan van Ravesteijn (1938-2015) and Geert van Beijeren (1933-2005) presented a ground-breaking and innovative programme in their Amsterdam gallery between 1968 and 2001, which was highly valued in both the Dutch and international art circuit. The exhibition highlights the significance and history of Art & Project based on more than a hundred works from the collection by artists such as Jan Dibbets, Ger van Elk, Willy Ørskov, Barry Flanagan, Richard Long and Nicholas Pope.


Images: Ger van Elk, Parliament of the Mind, 1992, photo: Marjon Gemmeke / Willy Ørskov, Flexions, 1967, foto: Marjon Gemmeke / Stanley Brouwn, bulletin 8, 1969/ Hanne Darboven, bulletin 64, 1972 / Nicholas Pope, bulletin 122, 1981