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ARTZUID - Amsterdam Sculpture Biennial

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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ARTZUID 2021 - IMAGINE: 1 July - 17 October Experience art in the public space during the 7th edition of the Amsterdam Sculpture Biennial ARTZUID. Because of Corona, a one-way walking route has been developed this year for ARTZUID 2021 and the sculptures will be positioned at least 50 metres apart from each other. The 5 km long route runs along Apollolaan and Minervalaan with offshoots to Zuidas, Churchilllaan and Stadionplein. Under the title 'Imagine', 50 sculptures by socially engaged artists will be shown, usually figurative and expressive. They are a mix of internationally renowned artists and young talent. Participating artists include KAWS, Ursula Rydingsvard, Leiko Ikamura, Joseph Klibansky, Sokari Douglas Camp, Lin May Saeed, Nelson Carillho, Arne Quinze, Klara Kristalova, Jean Marie Appriou and Tirzo Martha. For more information, tours and events please visit: artzuid.nl/biennale This exposition is free of charge and can be visited 24/7!
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SipMeijer wrote a review Sep 2021
Deventer, The Netherlands204 contributions60 helpful votes
nice walk along sculptures .. every two years this outdoor exhibition (free of charge) is held and it's really attractive every time .. this was out fourth ArtZuid and we'll be back again in 2023 :-)
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Date of experience: August 2021
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Solodam J wrote a review Jul 2021
Amsterdam, The Netherlands34492 contributions1335 helpful votes
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"Imagine" is the title of the ARTZUID 2021. It's started a little bit late than usual ( in May) but it's finally happened. This time you can see 70 works of art along the 5 km route for free. This year it takes place from 1st July to 17th October 2021.
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Date of experience: July 2021
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Solodam J wrote a review Oct 2019
Amsterdam, The Netherlands34492 contributions1335 helpful votes
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It was officially finished in September 15 and we have to wait for two years for the new Art Zuid, and it would be 2021. This year collection was the best and the route was streched out to Beatrixpark, Stadionplein and Amstelveen. The collection of the athlete was exceptional. If you like to see sculptures, come to amsterdam in 2021 between May and September.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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BradJill wrote a review Jun 2019
Hong Kong, China147481 contributions24928 helpful votes
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The ArtZuid sculpture exhibition is taking place in Amsterdam (17 May to 15 Sept 2019). This is the sixth edition of the exhibition which is held every other year. Here you find over 80 large scale exhibitions installed in the area between Minervalaan and Zuid Amsterdam. The exhibition area is open 24 hours a day. Visit the ArtZuid website for a map with location of the various sculptures. You can also download a mobile app. which is helpful. There is an exhibition information centre and pavilion setup at Minervalaan that is open from 10am to 6pm. Overall, we liked the sculptures found on the east-west Apollolan exhibition area more than than those found on the north-south area along Minrevalaan. We particularly liked 19 - Yoshitomo Nara's Your Dog (2017), 20 - Elsa Tomkowiak's colourful Out (2019) installation and 25 - The Leader (2015) by Atelier van Lieshout. Plenty more sculptures of interest to occupy an hour or two of art viewing in this area of the city.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Stefan L wrote a review Jun 2019
Amsterdam, The Netherlands221 contributions59 helpful votes
This year's edition of ArtZuid is worth visiting. Again, the curators have managed to bring together a number of thought-provoking or just plain fun sculptures. When the weather cooperates, surely a nice way to spend some time outdoors and consumer culture!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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