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We know what it is for, we who have used it | Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou-Rahme

Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou-Rahme, And yet my mask is powerful, 2016, video still, courtesy of the artists

The exhibition We know what it is for, we who have used it emerges from the long-term research project And yet my mask is powerful by Palestinian artist-duo Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme. For …

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Assemblages of Intimacy

Mikhail Karikis, Children of Unquiet, 2014, video still

How can we become more involved with our natural and socio-political environment? And in what way does a place affect foundations of identity? These questions are central to the exhibition …

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Extra Mural

Location: HE.RO Art Gallery (Amsterdam) on Saturday 24 November. A Tale of a Tub and HE.RO present an afternoon of screenings, talks and a panel discussion on Saturday 24 November … More →

A Tale of a Tub will be participating in Printing Plant Art Book Fair during Amsterdam Art Weekend 2018! Opening hours: Friday 23 November 12:00-21:00 (17:00-21:00 Official opening) Saturday 24 … More →

Location KINO, Rotterdam Films by Basel Abbal & Ruanne Abou-Rahme, Waël Noureddine en Mounir Fatmi. With film-critic Olivier Hadouchi. This evening A Tale of a Tub and Cinema KINO present … More →

EYE Filmmuseum and A Tale of a Tub have joined forces again. Our Nathanja van Dijk works as co-curator on a film program in the framework of the presentation of … More →

A Tale of a Tub participates in Art Rotterdam | Projections with the presentation of the first episode of a ten-part film cycle conceived and directed by Shezad Dawood. SHEZAD … More →

Navigating Noise by artist Kerstin Ergenzinger.

Remember the ephemeral, somewhat out-worldly sound installation Navigating Noise? This artwork by artist Kerstin Ergenzinger and physicist Thomas Laepple was on view at A Tale of a Tub in 2016 … More →

From December 19 until February 11 our exhibition ROME further unfolds as a Pop-in-Expo in gallery 3 of Het Nieuwe Instituut! On view is Christopher Kulendran Thomas (i.c.w. curator Annika … More →

Below is a selection of micro fictions by Himali Singh Soin that only find completion in their live synchronicity… Performed on the occasion of the opening of Delirium & Destiny … More →

Yeb Wiersma, Jealousy, 2015-ongoing, set of cards containing separate sentences of the first chapter of Alain Robbe Grillet’s novel ‘La Jalousie’ disseminated throughout a library collection.