Concert by John Snijders

On the closing day of the show Oeuvres, Saturday March 21, curator John Snijders gives a piano recital at 5 pm. 


John Cage (1912-1992) – Etudes Australes nr. X (1972)

Laurence Crane (b. 1961) – Piano Piece nr. 23 Ethiopian Distance Runners (2009)

Tom Johnson (b. 1939) – Mersenne Numbers from Music for 88 (1987)

John Cage (1912-1992) – Etudes Australes nr. XII (1972)

Morton Feldman (1926-1987) – Palais de Mari (1986)

From February 21 until March 21 Slewe Gallery host a special curated show by John Snijders (*1963, NL), entitled Oeuvres. As musician (piano) and artistic director of the Ives Ensemble, Snijders is known for his thoughtful and sensitive performances of contemporary music. He is also an art collector and interested in the visual arts of today.

According to Snijders his show is bringing together seven artists whose practice is permeated with the idea of obsessiveness and attention to detail through repetition. The exhibition features works by Jill Baroff, Tom Benson, Susan Collis, David Connearn, Károly Keserü, Katie Paterson and Ignacio Uriarte and includes drawing, painting, sound installation, photography and a whole lot of counting.