Private View. 25 Years Slewe

Slewe Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the exhibition Private View. 25 Years Slewe celebrating the 25th anniversary of the gallery to be held at Huize Frankendael in Amsterdam. The exhibition consists of a selection of works by the artists shown at the gallery through the years. They are installed in the salon rooms and garden of this 18th century building. The exhibition opens Sunday October 6 and it will be on view until November 24. On the occasion a catalogue will be published with an overview of all gallery’s exhibitions and with texts by Rudi Fuchs, Martina Klein and Stephen Morse. It will be designed by Irma Boom, who was responsible for all graphic design of the gallery through the years. Also, as part of the festivities, there will be a piano concert by John Snijders, performing a contemporary music program, on Sunday November 10, starting at 4 pm sharp (entrance free).

Artists participating at Private View are Adam Colton, Alan Charlton, Alan Johnston, Alice Schorbach, Callum Innes, Caro Jost, Dan Walsh, Domenico Bianchi, Günter Tuzina, Guillaume Le Roy, Ian Davenport, Jan Roeland, Jerry Zeniuk, Joris Geurts, Karel Appel, Kees Smits, Krijn de Koning, Lon Pennock, Marthe Wéry, Martin Gerwers, Martina Klein, Merina Beekman, Michael Jacklin, Paul Drissen, Peter Davis, Robbert-Jan Gijzen, Roos Theuws, Ruud Kuijer, Stanislav Kolíbal, Steven Aalders, Zebedee Jones.

You can visit the exhibition Sundays between 2 and 5 pm and by appointment at:
Huize Frankendael
Middenweg 72
1092 Amsterdam

During Private View at Huize Frankendael the gallery space of Slew at the Kerkstraat gives room to two solo exhibitions. In one of the gallery spaces Amsterdam based artist Alice Schorbach, who was the very first exhibitor at Slewe 25 years ago, will show new works. The other space features new works by British sculptor Lesley Foxcroft. For Foxcroft it will be her first show at Slewe Gallery. Both artists share a fundamental approach to their medium and their delicate simple works relate to space and light of the architecture. The exhibition opens Friday September 20 and lasts until November 2.