Past Exhibitions

30 June → 4 July 2021
SHAKING THE HABITUAL

SHAKING THE HABITUAL

Andrea Éva Györi, Traumatized Lemon, 2019. Courtesy the Artist & Galerie Wilfried Lenz.

Our inaugural art exhibition highlighted the Huidenclub’s mission to research how art can have a political and social significance at its own scale. The show investigated different ways artists are creating and shaping new social norms. How to clear a path and make your voice heard within the current power structures in place gender and ecological justice. Spread across the rest of the building, recent works from our future residents and commissioned furniture designers were displayed to highlight how the Huidenclub organically grows as a community.

Pauline Boudry + Renate Lorenz, Pauline Curnier Jardin, Andrea Éva Györi, Patricia Kaersenhout, Janis Rafa, Evelyn Taocheng Wang, Jennifer Tee & Kubilay Mert Ural.

30 June → 4 July 2021
THE DESIGN DEVIANT

THE DESIGN DEVIANT

Sabine Marcelis, Dawnlight. Credit Lee Wei Swee. Courtesy Victor Hunt. Dealer.

As a testimony to the city’s boom over the last few years on the design scene, a design exhibition gathered works from world-wide acclaimed Rotterdam-based designers, concentrated in a dense 20 sqm cube.

Laurids Gallée, Sabine Marcelis, Tim Mastik & Phil Proctert.

30 June → 4 July 2021
SCATTERED PRACTICES

SCATTERED PRACTICES

Anna Aagaard Jensen. Vase Shashay, 2020. Courtesy Functional Art Gallery.

Spread across the rest of the building, recent works from our future residents and furniture designers will be shown highlighting how the Huidenclub organically were grow as a community.

Anna Aagaard Jensen, Theophile Blandet, Jonas Lutz, Supertoys Supertoys, Pim Top, Johan Viladrich + Lauriane Heim.

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