11.03.2023, 15:00

Guided Tours: Beyond a Certain Point There is No Return

Photo: LNDWstudio

Join us on a guided tour of the exhibition Beyond a Certain Point There is No Return by Katia Krupennikova and founders of Tlön Projects Chris Bestebreurtje and Petra Kuipers. The exhibition Beyond a Certain Point There is No Return marks the third edition of an annual collaboration between A Tale of A Tub and Tlön Projects and presents a variety of artworks selected from their imaginary collection. This imaginary collection is formed by the convergence of selected artworks from various international private art collections, whereby Tlön Projects aims to generate access to artworks which otherwise would have been largely shielded from public access.
Titled by Franz Kafka’s aphorism — “Beyond a certain point there is no return. This point has to be reached.” — the exhibition creates a dialogue between artworks by artists from different regions and generations. The works comprising Beyond a Certain Point There Is No Return originate from the following collections: Kervahut—Laurent Fiévet Collection, France; Frédéric de Goldschmidt Collection, Belgium; Edgard F. Grima Collection, France; G + W
Collection, the Netherlands; Kerenidis Pepe Collection, France; plancius art collection, the Netherlands; Servais Family Collection, Belgium; along with other collections that wish to remain anonymous.

Guided Tours Schedule:
March 11, 2023 from 15.00
April 9, 2023 from 15.00

KATIA KRUPENNIKOVA is a curator and educator based in Amsterdam. Since 2018 she has been working as a lecturer for Curatorial Studies at MA FA, HKU School of the Arts, Utrecht, the Netherlands. In 2019/20 she was a fellow at BAK-basis for contemporary art, Utrecht, where she started her ongoing research project States of Anxiety, Minds for Care, analysing the political dimension of anxiety. Krupennikova was the curator of the 11th edition of the Survival Kit Festival in Riga, Latvia, Being Safe Is Scary, 2020.

In 2019 she was a member of the core group of curators of the Bergen Assembly, Actually, The Dead Are Not Dead, Bergen, Norway. In 2015 she won the Akbank Sanat International Curator Competition. The exhibition Post-Peace, intended to take place in Istanbul, was censored by the host institution; it subsequently opened in extended format Württembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart, Germany, 2017, and Nest, The Hague, the Netherlands, 2017.

Her recent projects include the solo exhibition Dialogues with People by the British artist Imogen Stidworthy, co-curated with Hans D. Christ and Iris Dressler, Württembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart, Germany, 2018-2019; and It Won't Be Long Now, Comrades!, co-curated with Inga Lāce, Framer Framed, Amsterdam, 2017.


08.02.23 - 09.04.23
Beyond a Certain Point There is No Return