Interview with Günter Tuzina:
13 October – 13 October 2018
On the occasion of the exhibition New Works by Günter Tuzina at Slewe Gallery from October 13 until November 17, you can listen to an interview with the artist on his newest works by Robert van Altena on line.
13 May – 15 May 2016
May 13 - 15, 2016 Slewe Gallery will participate at The Amsterdam Trail. The Trail is a walking route through Amsterdam's Spiegel Quarter, Amstelveld and the Jordaan. For the 5th year running tribal art galleries have invited artists to exhibit their work in between ethnographic objects. For the first time contemporary art galleries will also participate in the Trail and will combine tribal art within the exhibitions in their own venues. At Slewe Gallery two Tibetan Book Covers will be on view during the current exhibition Duo by German artist Günter Tuzina.
Opening of the trail will be Friday May 13 at 5 pm
Saturday and Sunday 12 am - 6 pm
For more information please visit www.amsterdamtrail.nl
Günter Tuzina, Duo, Performance:
23 April – 23 April 2016
Performance by Günter Tuzina and John Snijders: Duo, 2016
On the occassion of the opening of Günter Tuzina's exhibition Duo at Slewe Gallery Saturday April 23, the artist specially composed a piece of music which was performed by the artist in collaboration with musician (piano) John Snijders at 4 pm.
Amsterdam Drawing 2012:
19 September – 23 September 2012
Slewe Gallery will participate at Amsterdam Drawing, a new art fair in Amsterdam Noord, from Wednesday September 19 through Sunday 23.
Participating artists: Frank Van den Broeck, Merina Beekman, Günter Tuzina and Jerry Zeniuk
Location: Vous etes Ici/Nieuw Dakota, M.S. van Riemsdijkweg 41-A, Amsterdam Noord
Open: September 19 - 22, 11.00 - 19.00 and Sunday September 23, 11.00 - 17.00
Günter Tuzina, Gemeentemuseum Den Haag:
20 August – 13 November 2011
Günter Tuzina has a single artist exhibition at the Projects Room of the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag in relation to a recently acquired floor relief, entiteld Black, Blue, Green (1991) of him, from August 20 until November 13, 2011.