Annual programme 2023

Annual programme 2023

IKOB – Museum of Contemporary Art

Henrike Naumann, IKEA 1990, 2016. Photo: Inga Selch.

January 24, 2023
Annual programme 2023
January 24, 2023
IKOB – Museum of Contemporary Art
Rotenberg 12b
4700 Eupen
Hours: Tuesday–Sunday 1–6pm

T +32 87 56 01 10
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IKOB is a contemporary art museum located in Eupen, in the German-speaking community of Belgium. 

January 24–April 16, 2023
Henrike Naumann: WESTALGIE

Opening: Sunday, January 22, 2023
The installation artist Henrike Naumann (b. 1984, Zwickau, Germany) finds her inspiration in various sources: art, product and graphic design, fashion, and video. She combines these media to form installations that work simultaneously as period rooms and exhibition spaces while probing the hidden or repressed aspects of German history. To broaden the scope of the exhibition and its themes, Naumann has invited two additional artists to present installations in the museum’s ground floor space: Tom Bogaert with VENDELZWAAIER – FLAGGENWERFER, and Merle Vorwald with her project DAUERGLOSS. Exhibition in cooperation with CAC – la synagogue de Delme. 

May 2–August 27, 2023
Lili Dujourie, Sophie Nys, Angyvir Padilla: ALL OUR YESTERDAYS

Opening: Sunday, April 30, 2023
A group exhibition bringing together works by three female artists working in Belgium: Lili Dujourie (b. 1941, Roeselare, Belgium), Sophie Nys (b. 1974, Antwerp, Belgium) and Angyvir Padilla (b. 1987, Caracas, Venezuela). The exhibition imagines a lineage between these artists of different generations and origins and offers a poetic narrative on the passing of time, memory and loss, and the physical traces of the human body.

September 2, 2023

VERY CONTEMPORARY performance festival. The international network VERY CONTEMPORARY, consisting of twelve museums, art institutions, and multi-disciplinary art spaces across the Meuse-Rhine Euregion, is hosting its second performance festival, which will be held at IKOB in 2023. This one-day event will present performances by an array of international artists across the entire space of the museum responding to this year’s theme of “performing landscapes”.

September 12–November 26, 2023
Marcin Dudek
Opening: Sunday, September 10, 2023
Marcin Dudek (b. 1979, Kraków, Poland) repurposes found materials in his installations, performances, sculptures, and paintings, weaving together autobiographical memories and a critique of society’s dependence on spectacle, power, and aggression. For his first solo show in the German-speaking world, the artist has conceived a new work against the backdrop of his sister’s hair salon in a Kraków basement.

December 12, 2023–March 10, 2024
Veronika Eberhart: GARTEN SPRENGEN

Opening: Sunday, December 10, 2023
Veronika Eberhart (b. 1982, Bad Radkersburg, Austria) presents her newest film Garten sprengen (Sprinkling [the] Garden, 2022) alongside new sculptural and photographic works based on the biography of the composer Hanns Eisler. Eberhart’s search for buried layers of meaning fuels her investigation into social histories, as she reflects on music and film’s impact on mass society. With support from Phileas Proejcts.

December 12, 2023–March 10, 2024
Tanja Mosblech & Andrea Radermacher-Mennicken: HYPERBILD
Opening: Sunday, December 10, 2023
Tanja Mosblech (b. 1970, Cologne, Germany) and Andrea Radermacher-Mennicken (b. 1964, Eupen, Belgium) present the results of their three-year collaboration as Artists of East Belgium (“Künstlerinnen Ostbelgiens”) 2020–23. Their project “Hyperbild” (hyperimage) arises from an infinite network of associations, questioning the ways in which images are linked to each other in our digital age.

IKOB – Museum of Contemporary Art is located in Eupen, in the German-speaking region of Belgium. The exhibition programme is curated by Frank-Thorsten Moll and Brenda Guesnet.

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