the dancing white man






Dancing white man 05-950-72
The Frans Hals Museum | De Hallen Haar­lem is stag­ing the major exhi­bi­tion HUMOR: 101 years of laugh­ing at art in both venues. It illus­trates how artists used humour as a source of inspi­ra­tion. Since the com­ing of Dada in 1916, humour has played a major role in art, blow­ing a fresh new wind through the often seri­ous and pompous art world. De Hallen Haar­lem shows exam­ples of humor­ous Dutch artfrom Dada, Sur­re­al­ism and Pop Art to Fluxus—along with humor­ous works from con­tem­po­rary art. In the Frans Hals Museum the focus is on car­i­ca­tures and par­o­dies of famous works of art

The danc­ing white man — till 10 sept in museum De Hallen from Leonard van Mun­ster on Vimeo.

Open­ing: Fri­day 19 may 2017
17:30 tot 18:30 in the Church at the Frankestraat 24 — Haar­lem, NL
open­ing by: Ann Demeester music by: Lennie Kerk­hoff intro­duc­tion by: Antoon Erfte­mei­jer [cura­tor mod­ern art] and Ariel Alvarez [dada spe­cial­ist]
From 18:00 till 21:00 the exhi­bi­tion will be open to visit

Exhi­bi­tion period: from 20 May till 10 Sep­tem­ber 2017

Thues­day till Sun­day from 11:00 till 17:00 hour
Address: Grote Markt 16, Haar­lem. The Netherlands
Real­i­sa­tion thanks to Edwin Der­tien, de Stadss­chouw­burg Ams­ter­dam, Mon­dri­aan­fonds en het Ams­ter­dams fonds voor de kunst
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