The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and cultural foundation De Verdieping, present the series Trouw Invites…, three exhibitions in the basement of TrouwAmsterdam. The first exhibition is by art institution Palais de Tokyo (Paris), with an installation of artist Fouad Bouchoucha.
Fouad Bouchoucha will create a new piece called Landscape (2014): an installation that invites the public to penetrate an unusual and mysterious environment. The viewer is facing a constant and dense landscape of fog that forbids any visibility. Fouad Bouchoucha, inspired by the unachieved novel Le Mont Analogue (1944) by René Daumel, is thus using the imagination of each individual stepping in the installation. Landscape is a work that operates as a time catalyst and it uses to memory of its viewers; a landscape of images from the past, invisible to the naked eye, but tangible for the viewer.
Trouw Invites Palais de Tokyo
Date: July 3rd – August 3rd, 2014
Opening hours: 17:30 – 22:00 (the exhibition will only be accessible to visitors of the club or restaurant 23:00 – 3:00)
Address: Wibautstraat 127, Amsterdam, 1091 GL
Tel: +31 (0)20 463 77 88
Text: Satsuki Miyanishi