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Geef me de ruimte

 

During the end of this year we were approached by Houssein Bouziane and Joke from MadeBy Rotterdam. Madeby is working on a strong diverse and multidisciplinair art and culture climate which represents Rotterdams society.

They approached us to contribute on the project http://www.geefmederuimte.nl (give me some space) This project uses the public space to communicate a positive message in these hard corona times. These are the artist and projects that are part of Geef me de Ruimte.

Mr. Marly Marl: Photo exhibition which takes place in various locations through Rotterdam and documents the interesting (fashionable) individuals inhabiting the Rotterdam streets.

Sober Industries: Big sculptures that show endangered/essential animals in the public space. As a reminder of the ongoing climate crisis.

Bier en Brood: A mural about connection. During the pandemic connection is a more important subject than ever. We want to connect but can’t. The classic handshake is a symbol of connection. The will to touch each other is big. We should support each other in these unstable times. Keep your distance but stay in touch!

“Geef me de ruimte” is supported by Rotterdam make it happen.

“Contrast” by Karski and friends

We are super excited and happy to receive this great book, a collaboration between artist and friend Karski who we worked with on several projects. He collaborated with Tia Maria on this cool alcoholic coffee drink and designed the packaging. To celebrate the launch this beautiful book is published called “Contrast”. It displays work from Karski and a great selection of his colleague’s and friends:

Karski 
Karski & Beyond
Beyond
Telmomiel
Nasepop
Bier en Brood
Daze
SatOne
Sipros
Stefan Nikolai Ormeling
Zurik
Treze
Bonzai

Check out some of the pages!

“TAPAS” at Thinkspace Projects

We are happy to announce that we will be part of

TAPAS
Curated by Ken Flewellyn at Thinkspace Projects(Los Angeles, Ca)
Taking place: November 14th through December 12, 2020

Along side:

Arthur Brouthers | ABCNT | Alex Garant | Allison Reimold | AngelOnce | Anthony Clarkson | Ariel Deandrea | Bier en Brood | Bri Cirel | Brian Mashburn | Chloe Becky | Dan Lam | Darcy O’Day | Daria Aksenova | Dragon76 | Drew Young | Dustin Meyers | Erik Siador | Frank Gonzales | Fumi Nakamura | Giorgiko | Goopmassta | Gustavo Rimada | Huntz Liu | Jacub Gagnon | Jessica Dalva | Jolene Lai | Kathy Ager | Kelly Vivanco | Kelsey Livingston | Ken Flewellyn | Lauren YS | Lauren Mendhelson-bass | L. Croskey | Linnea Strid | Matthew Grabelsky | Molly Gruninger | Mwanel Pierre-Louis | Naoshi | Nate Seubert | Rachel Strum | Perez Bros | Scott Listfield | Sean Bannister | Sergio Garcia | Sloppy Seconds | Spenser Little | Steve Martinez | Stephanie Buer | Tati Holt | Telmo Miel | Terry Arena | Vakseen | Woes | Wiley Wallace | Yu Maeda | Yusei Abe | Zachary Schoenbaum

Show Details:

TAPAS
Curated by Ken Flewellyn at Thinkspace Projects(Los Angeles, Ca)
Taking place: November 14th through December 12, 2020

Tapas” will showcase a collection of small works. Like Tapas, despite their size, these works will deliver a huge impact with amazing attention to aesthetics, presentation, and detail.

For more info check the following link:

Tapas (Project Room)

 

Bier en Brood x Beyond Content Limited Edition Pop-Up Shop

There is still a lot of turmoil in the world regarding this subject. We collaborated with Beyond Content to help out in the fight against injustice and support unity. To contribute we produced a series items consisting of clothing a bag and a mask with our work regarding this subject.

100% of proceeds will be donated Black Lives Matter and Innocence Project.

If you would like to join the fight against injustice and support unity and look fashionable while doing so, please consider buying one (or several) of these Items through the following link https://beyond-content.myshopify.com/collections/brier-en-brood

Shipping world wide!

Leeuwen op de Coolsingel

At the start of the quarantine days we were working in Museum Rotterdam on a mural that was part of a exhibition about the stories revolving around the period from attack and occupation till the liberation of Rotterdam between 1940 and 1945. The exhibition would have been open during the celebration of the liberation on the 5th of may but because of the corona epidemic we were not as free as usual and the opening has been postponed until the 1st of June. Now that the museum is open again you can go and check the exhibition. You can reserve an entry at: museumrotterdam.nl/

In this video you can see a short behind the scenes of how we prepared and executed our mural and our thoughts on the subject matter and the way we present our concept.

Video by: gadogadofilm.nl/
made for: museumrotterdam.nl/ stadsarchief.rotterdam.nl/ cbkrotterdam.nl/

“Leeuwen op de Coolsingel
tentoonstelling: 01/06/2020 – 21/05/2021
Locatie: Museum Rotterdam

Ongelofelijke verhalen uit de oorlog is een tentoonstelling in Museum Rotterdam over Rotterdam in de Tweede Wereldoorlog. Gekozen is voor een perspectief waarin feit en fictie in elkaar zijn opgegaan. Sterke verhalen, gekleurde herinneringen en mythes bepalen evengoed ons beeld van de oorlog als voorwerpen, archieven en foto’s. Liepen er na het bombardement écht leeuwen over de Coolsingel?

De ruimte van het museum is ingericht in vijf kamers, waarin voorwerpen zijn uitgestald tegen de achtergrond van een enorme muurschildering. CBK Rotterdam selecteerde en begeleidde de vijf Rotterdamse kunstenaars die ieder zo’n mural voor hun rekening namen. In het selectieproces speelde het vermogen van de makers om sterk narratief te werken een rol, alsmede de wens van CBK Rotterdam vijf karakteristieke, maar ook zeer verschillende tekenstijlen aan het publiek te tonen. CBK Rotterdam droeg tevens bij aan de honoraria voor de kunstenaars.

Iedere kunstenaar werd niet alleen aan een thematisch onderwerp gekoppeld (bombardement, oorlog, dagelijks leven, trauma, wederopbouw), maar ook aan een historicus waarmee kon worden gespard. Inge Aanstoot, Isra Paez, Bier & Brood, Sandim Mendes en Luuk Bode maakten de vijf enorme schilderingen. De werken blinken uit in hun combinatie van historische gebeurtenissen en artistieke vrijheid. Bij elke muurschildering wordt bovendien een film getoond waarin de kunstenaar en de historicus over hun werk en onderwerp spreken.”