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Anton Herbert, founder of the Herbert Foundation died at 83


Last week the collector,  founder and inspirator of the Herbert Foundation Anton Herbert (5 nov. 1938 – 7 dec. 2021) passed away in Gent, Belgium. Since the end of the sixties, together with his wife Annick, he collected contemporary art, with a focus on Conceptual Art, arte povera en Minimalism. For the Herbert couple the artist is more important than his artwork, and while collecting art, they always include the documentation around each artwork and the artist.

(December 2021)

Anton en Annick Herbert in 2015.  — ©  Yuri van der Hoeven









Timoteus Anggawan Kusno wins Han Nefkens Foundation – Loop Barcelona Video Art Production Grant 2021


Timoteus Anggawan Kusno (b. 1989, Indonesia) is the winner of the Han Nefkens Foundation – Loop Barcelona V⁠ideo Art Production Grant 2021, in collaboration with the Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona; Inside-Out Art Museum, Beijing; MoCA Taipei; ILHAM Gallery, Kuala Lumpur; Centre d’Art Contemporain, Genève and Art Hub Copenhagen. Han Nefkens, Han Nefkens Foundation: ”I’m thrilled that the creative exchange of ideas during the jury meeting has contributed to the choice of an artist whose deeply authentic and powerful work will undoubtedly make an impact on the visitors to the  worldwide art institutions where his new production will be shown.”

December 2021


Museum Voorlinden Acquires a New Work by Jan Henderikse


Museum Voorlinden acquires a new work by Jan Henderikse (1937), Checkout (2018)⁠

Jan Henderikse (1937) was the most radical artist of the Dutch Zero movement, an international collective of artists that exhibited under that name between 1958 and 1966. The Zero-artists worked with alternative means such as movement, reflection, repetition and seriality of forms, and had a preference for modern materials. Although Jan began his career as a painter, he soon switched to making installations and assemblages of everyday objects: “Consumer goods, kitsch and trash, I am interested in everything that moves people”. ⁠


December 2021



Moscow’s Garage Museum of Contemporary Art to Expand


Moscow’s Garage Museum will expand into the long-abandoned century-old Hexagon exhibition pavilion that stands nearby its current building in Gorky Park. The structure, designed by Russian architect Ivan Zholtovsky, is to be reimagined by Japanese architecture firm SANAA and will give the twelve-year-old contemporary art museum more space to host exhibitions and programming.

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November 2021





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