Jan van Munster


Luxembourg Art Fair
09 until 12 November 2023

Jan van Munster is represented by Hopstreet Gallery, Deurne/Brussel (BE).


Glacis Square (Fouerplaatz)
L-1628 Luxembourg

Galerie Van den Berge
16 September until 28 October 2023
Goes (NL)

Group exhibition featuring all the gallery’s artists to celebrate the gallery’s 33rd anniversary.
Opening on SATURDAY 16 September, 2 – 5 pm
You are cordially invited!

EARTH – a collective landscape
14 September 2023 until

Group exibition
AkzoNobel Art Foundation

Opening Thursday, 14 September 5.30 to 8 p.m.

In EARTH the viewer finds himself walking through a landscape that ranges from the idyllic to the dystopic.
From a flower in an urban garden to the visible impact of humankind on nature.
Inviting us to contemplate the earth’s natural environment and our place i it.


Fath Contemporary
14 September until 28 October 2023
Mannheim (DE)

Fath Contemporary
Mannheim (DE)

Groep show with a.o. Gerold Miller, Joachim Bandau, Jan Maarten Voskuil, Nicolò Baraggioli en Jan van Munster.

Transformed Square; 1978
09 September 2023 until 03 March 2024
Friedberg (DE)

edition + galerie hoffmann, Friedberg (DE)

Solo show.

Opening 9 and 10 September 2023.

08 September until 28 October 2023
Munich (DE)
Open Art Gallery Weekend Munich

8 until 10 September 2023
Galerie Renate Bender, München (DE)

With works by Hellmut Bruch, Inge Dick, Julius Stahl, Siegfried Kreitner, Thomas Mükisch, Hans Schork, Timm Ulrichs, Regine Schumann and Jan van Munster.


EST art foundation
RCE + EST: when concrete, minimal and media art come together
26 August until 15 October 2023
Leiden (NL)

RCE + EST: when concrete, minimal and media art come together

is the result of a collaboration between the Cultural Heritage Agency (RCE) and EST art foundation. Two collections are merged within this exhibition and engage in dialogue with each other. Three art movements are being observed through the same lens: art for art’s sake. All artworks only refer to themselves. No complex themes or narratives, what you see is what you get.

The artworks from the RCE and EST collections are spread through the exhibition space and illustrate how fluid the three central art movements are. Even though the artworks are the result of different processes, they share a similar non-referential message.

The exhibition includes works from the following artists from the

RCE collection: Bob Bonies, Peter Struycken, Jan van Munster, Mirja de Vries, Fred Wessels†, Toni Burgering†, Arie Berkulin, Tomas Rajlich, herman de vries, Maria Hees and Bert Schutter.


EST is represented by: Henriëtte van ’t Hoog, José Heerkens, Jan Maarten Voskuil, Jasper vander Graaf, Iemke van Dijk and Guido Winkler.

EDGED CIRCLE @wedocumentart courtesy Hopstreet Gallery (BE)
Ekstasis. A universe of light and sound
15 July 2023 until 14 January 2024
Schiedam (NL)

From stunning installations to subtle shadows, Ekstasis will transform the museum into a pleasure garden for the senses. The exhibition Ekstasis. A Universe of Light and Sound, curated by art historian and curator Sanneke Huisman and contemporary artist Nick Verstand, features works by

Heleen Blanken, Casimir Geelhoed, Mariska de Groot, Nazif Lopulissa, Jan van Munster, Anni Nöps, Jan Schoonhoven and Nick Verstand, among others.

Discover the unknown
Ekstasis is the ancient Greek word for ‘being outside oneself’ or ‘transcending the mundane’. Artists understand better than anyone that art is a means of escaping reality. The Ekstasisexhibition reveals how they use the latest devices and tools to evoke a temporary, different reality – and how this changes from one era to the next. What do you want to escape? And how do you do that? Sanneke Huisman and Nick Verstand present four installations by contemporary makers that offer possible answers to these questions. They are juxtaposed with works from the museum’s collection, most of which date from the 1960s and 1970s.

New worlds and laws
Many artists of the 1960s and 1970s, including those of the Zero movement and early light artists, used everyday materials to engage the visitor physically and spiritually. Take Jan Schoonhoven’s abstract work, for example, which seems to move through the interplay of light and shadow as the viewer’s position changes. In today’s technological society, artists have new tools at their disposal. Their approach is also more holistic, creating new worlds where different laws apply. Locomotion – Paynes grey (2021) by Nazif Lopulissa is a staggered, swirling mass frozen in time. The artist challenges visitors to unravel the logic behind this impressive painting.

CENTURY Bauhaus in Veszprem (HU)
CENTURY idea Bauhaus
25 June until 24 August 2023
Soest (DE)

a drj art project with 100+6 international positions

Museum Wilhelm Morgner, Cabinet / Raum Schroth
Stiftung Konzeptuelle Kunst

With CENTURY. idee bauhaus, we are presenting an outstanding 106-piece ensemble from the Schroth Collection.

Conceived as a project for the Bauhaus anniversary year 2019 by Matthias Seidel and Christiane Bail, directors of Berlin-based programme gallery drj art projects, CENTURY. idee bauhaus was curated together with museum directors Simone Schimpf and Sibylle Hoiman, art scholar Frederik Schikowski and architect and art collector Frank F. Drewes.
100 artists were invited to submit their personal reflections on the Bauhaus in the form of a DIN A4 sheet. These individual contributions illuminate a broad spectrum of artistic approaches and attitudes, encompassing both personal closeness and critical distance to the subject.

CENTURY. idee bauhaus was presented in European Capital of Culture 2023 Veszprém, Hungary, as part of our “Kultur.Kontakt.Konkret” cooperation and expanded to include six selected Hungarian positions. Just like the other 100 works, these are also created according to the established parameters.

Just returned from Hungary, these now 100+6 individual works will be presented in the cabinet of the Museum Wilhelm Morgner parallel to the exhibition of works from the Hungarian Vass Collection, which can be seen in Raum Schroth and on the upper level of the museum.
Comprehensive information on the project and all the contributions can be found at century.drj-art-projects.com.

Galerie Ramakers
18 June until 30 August 2023
The Hague (NL)

Galerie Ramakers
Toussaintkade 51
2513 CL Den Haag

Group show in the gallery and in the garden with works by Guido Geelen, Wido Blokland, Maria Roosen, Ossip, Michael Johansson, Frank Halmans, Yumiko Yoneda, André Kruysen, Jan van Munster, Warffemius, David Nilson, Sjoerd Buisman, Hieke Luik, Joncquil, Reinoud Oudshoorn, Niko de Wit, Cor van Dijk, Johan de Wit and D.D. Trans.

Lange Voorhout
Voorhout Monumentaal 2023
03 June until 20 August 2023
Den Haag

Sculpture exhibition at the Lange Voorhout and Kloosterkerk in The Hague (NL) with work by Dutch sculptors
including Armando, Theo Jansen, Hans van Bentem, David Bade, Zeger Reyers, André Kruysen, Ronald Westerhuis and Jan van Munster.

The event is organized by Pulchri Studio, The Hague.
Curators: Visual artist Warffemius and collector Jan van Huizen.

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BLUE – The Color of the Place
20 May until 26 November 2023
Venice (IT)

Thematic group exhibition
La Galleria Van der Kolen, Mainz (DE)/Venetië (IT)

Works by Lore Bert Daniel, Daniel Buren, Mohammed Kazem, Joseph Kosuth,
Nam Tchun-Mo, Fabrizio Plessi, Arne Quinze, Reinhard Roy, Turi Simeti, Günther Uecker, and Jan van Munster

04 until 07 May 2023
Karlsruhe (DE)

Jan van Munster is represented by

Galerie Renate Bender, München (DE)
Booth C 8; hall 2


Art Paris Art Fair 2023
Art Paris Art Fair 2023
29 March until 02 April 2023
Paris (FR)

Art Paris
Grand Palais Ephémère
2 Place Joffre
75007 Paris (FR)

Jan van Munster is represented by Galerie Bacqueville, Lille (FR)
Booth B 1.

From De Stijl to Boekie Woekie. Artists’ publications from the Netherlands
11 March until 10 September 2023
Bremen (DE)

Weserburg Museum für Moderne Kunst, Bremen (DE)

The exhibition covers more than one hundred years of art from the Netherlands.
It starts with the De Stijl movement from the beginning of the twentieth century,
along with the same-named periodical of Theo van Doesburg, which was dedicated to the renewal not only of art,
but also of architecture, design, typography, and poetry.
The exhibition is a cooperation with the Brokken Zijp Foundation of Art (BFA) in the Netherlands.
Participating artists are amongst others Carel Appel, Stanley Brown, Ad Dekkers,
Theo van Doesburg, Lucebert, Mark Manders, Shinkichi Tajiri, Fiona Tan,
herman de vries, Marijke van Warmerdam, Robert Zandvliet and Jan van Munster.

Curated by Dr. Anne Thurmann-Jajes en dr. José Brokken-Zijp.

IK - pavilions (photo Ivo Wennekes)
04 March until 15 April 2023
Oost-Souburg (NL)

Thematic group show
Galerie Bacqueville at IK-pavilions in Oost-Souburg (NL)

Opening Saturday, March 4, 2023

Register by email contact@galeriebacqueville.com

Walking With Ghosts
11 February until 18 March 2023
San Diego (CAL)

Quint Gallery in San Diego (California) shows Jan van Munster’s work Straight Curved from 1985 in its project space ONE.
One work is prominently featured in the space.
This exhibition takes place in the context of Walking With Ghosts, in which other galleries and museums in the city also participate.

Quint Gallery
1955 Julian Avenue
San Diego, CA 92113
hours: Tu-Sat  11 am – 4 pm


Art Rotterdam (Van Nellefabriek))
Art Rotterdam 2023
09 until 12 February 2023
Rotterdam (NL)

Opening 8 February 2023.

Jan van Munster is represented by
Slewe Gallery, Amsterdam (NL) and
Galerie Bacqueville, Lille (FR).

Galerie Ramakers
08 January until 05 February 2023
The Hague (NL)

Group show
Galerie Ramakers, The Hague (NL)
Opening  Sunday 8 January 2023, 3 – 5.30 p.m.

15 until 18 December 2022
Antwerp (BE)

Jan van Munster is represented by Hopstreet Gallery, Brussels/Deurle (BE)

Booth C.28

images Galerie Hoffmann
Reinhold Koehler and Lines
10 December 2022 until 03 June 2023
Friedberg (DE)

galerie hoffmann, Friedberg (DE)

Thematic group exhibition around the work of Reinhold Koehler and lines
with works by Hartmut Böhm, Günter Fruhtrunk, Mehdi Moutashar, Eric Snell, Gary Woodly en Jan van Munster (amongst others).

Opening Saturday December 10 and Sunday December 11 between 2 and 7 pm.

dr. julius art projects
Accrochage 2022
07 December 2022 until 28 February 2023
Berlin (DE)

dr. julius a|p, Berlin (DE)

Group show with works by the artists of the gallery:
Esther Stocker [IT] • Alain Biltereyst [BE] • Hartmut Böhm [† DE] • Monika Brandmeier [DE] • Jan van Munster [NL] • Anette Haas [DE] • Yasuaki Kuroda [JP] • Susan York [US] • Michael Rouillard [US] • Denise Winter [DE] • Carlo Battisti [IT] • Carles Valverde [ES/CH] • Aiko Tezuka [JP] • Wolfgang Berndt [DE] • Nils-Simon Fischer [DE] • Justina Moncevičiūtė [LT] • Daniel Göttin [CH] • Siegfried Kreitner [DE] • Samantha Bittman [US] • Gilbert Hsiao [US] • Joseph Shetler [US] • Peter Weber [DE] • Douglas Allsop [GB] • Don Voisine [US] • José Heerkens [NL] • Natalie Reusser [CH] • Sarah Smolders [BE] • Brigitte Schwacke [DE] • Julius Stahl [DE] • Daniela Comani [IT] • Jan Maarten Voskuil [NL] • Friederike von Rauch [DE] • H. Frank Taffelt [DE] • David Semper [DE] • Ray Malone [IE] • Willem Besselink [NL] • Matthew Hawtin [CA] • Cedric Christie [GB] • Anna Kubelik [CH] +  Oliver Schmid [CH] • Lucía Simón Medina [ES] • Fernanda Fragateiro [PT] • Oliver Siebeck [DE] • Hellmut Bruch [AT] • Matthew Deleget [US]

By appointment only.

16 until 20 November 2022
Cologne (DE)

Jan van Munster is represented by
Slewe Gallery, Amsterdam (NL)


Preview 16 november 2022

10 November until 17 December 2022
Mannheim (DE)

On view: RESISTANCE; 1978

Fath Contemporary, Mannheim (DE)

Group shop with works by Joachim Bandau, Jan Bernstein, Pfeifer & Kreutzer,
Alicja Kwade, Gerold Miller, Robert Barta, Nan Hoover, Takis Vassilakis, Jan Maarten Voskuil, Jan van Munster and others.

Preview 9th November, 2022, 7 p.m.
Opening 10th November, 2022, 7 p.m.

dr. julius art projects
14 September until 12 November 2022
Berlin (DE)

Duo show
Jan van Munster · Willem Besselink

dr. julius art projects, Berlin (DE)
Opening Wednesday, 14 September 2022, 6 until 9 p.m.

More information

Setup Essentials
ESSENTIALS 1972 – 2022
08 September until 29 October 2022
Brussels (BE)

Hopstreet Gallery, Brussels (BE)

Preview Sunday 4 September from 2 – 7 p.m.


06 until 09 September 2022
Brussels (BE)

Jan van Munster is represented by Hopstreet Gallery, Brussels/Deurle (BE).

Brussels International Contemporary Drawing Fair
is part of Brussels Drawing Week running from 14 until 19 September
Vanderborght Building, Brussels (BE)

More information

27 May until 18 June 2022
Lille (FR)

Group shop
Galerie Bacqueville, Lille (FR)

Works by
Charlotte Charbonnel
David De Beyter
Delage + Olson
Marc-Antoine Garnier
Ange Leccia
Malik Mara
Theresa Möller
Jan van Munster
Mathilde Zafirov

Art Rotterdam (Van Nellefabriek))
Art Rotterdam 2022
19 until 22 May 2022
Rotterdam (NL)

Jan van Munster is represented by

Galerie Bacqueville, Lille (FR)
www.galeriebacqueville.com and

Slewe Gallery, Amsterdam (NL)

Art Brussels 2022
28 April until 01 May 2022
Brussels (BE)

Jan van Munster is represented by
Hopstreet Gallery, Deurle/Brussel (BE)
Prime Section booth A.01


03 until 06 March 2022
Geneva (CH)

Jan van Munster is represented by
multiple art, Zurich (CH)

dr. julius ap
Street Screening Programme in Berlin (DE)
18 February until 25 March 2022
Berlin (DE)

dr. julius art projects, Berlin (DE)

From mid-February through March 2022, drj art projects will be staging an extended
Street Screening
: in addition to the 9:16 monitor on the outside window of Leberstrasse 60,
the entry space will be transformed into a film stage:
video works by artists from the extended drj programme will be shown there on a screen as wide as the room.

Participating artists are Monika Brandmeier, Christoph Brech, Jan van Munster,
Lindsay Packer, Wolfgang Berndt, Carles Valverde and Oliver Siebeck.

Premiere is on February 18, 2022, 6 pm.
The 9:16 monitor will run daily from then on.
The widescreen films will be shown weekly, always on Fridays from 6 pm, on these dates:
February 25, March 4, March 11, March 18, 2022.
The final screening will be on March 25, 2022.



21 January until 12 March 2022
Zurich (CH)

Galerie Lange + Pult
Zurich (CH)

Group show with light works by
John Armleder, Chryssa, Waltraut Cooper, Sylvie Fleury, Bob Gramsma,
Christian Herdeg, Mathieu Mercier, Olivier Mosset, Mai-Thu Perret,
Gina Proenza, David Renggli, Keith Sonnier and Jan van Munster,
curated by Christian Herdeg.

Kunstmuseum Celle
4 + 20 Lichtstunden
10 December 2021 until 22 March 2022
Celle (DE)

Kunstmuseum Celle (DE)

Comprehensive group exhibition with a focus on light art in the museum
and in the city of Celle (DE) and surroundings with a.o. works by the previous
recipients of the Deutsche Lichtkunstpreis:
Otto Piene, Mischa Kuball, Brigitte Kowanz and Jan van Munster.


Museum for Young Art
09 December 2021 until 31 March 2022
Oosterhout (NL)

MOYA – Museum for Young Art, Oosterhout (NL)

Group show with works by Joep van Lieshout, Hans van Benthem,
Co2Ro (Marco Broeders), Arnout Visser, Aram Voerman, Richard Hutten,
Tom Woestenborghs, Joris Strijbos, Geert Koevoets, Thomas Nowotny,
Lisanne van Hoogerwerf,  Thier&vanDaalen, Daniel Martin,
Robbert de Goede and Jan van Munster.

Kunstmuseum im Marstall Paderborn
27 November 2021 until 20 January 2022
Paderborn (DE)

Kunstmuseum Paderborn (DE)

Group show. Curator dr. Andrea Brockmann.
Works by a.o. Chul Hyun Ahn, Dan Flavin, François and Jan van Munster.

Art Cologne
ART COLOGNE 2020 -> 2021
17 until 21 November 2021
Keulen (DE)

Jan van Munster is represented by
galerie+edition hoffmann, Friedberg (DE)
hall 11.1; booth b31

Gorcums Museum
Kleur tonen [Showing Colour]
30 October 2021 until 20 March 2022
Gorinchem (NL)

Gorcums Museum, Gorinchem (NL)

Thematic group exhibition with works by (inter)national artists.
Armando, Bram Bogart, Yves Klein, Sol LeWitt, JCJ Vanderheyden, Ad Dekkers,
Herbert Hamak, Thomas Rajlich, herman de vries and Jan van Munster.

Unknown Espace de l’Art Concret Centre d’art contemporain •d’intérêt national
Espace libéré
16 October 2021 until 20 February 2022
Mouans-Sartoux (FR)
Espace de l’Art Concret
Centre d’art contemporaind’intérêt national
Château de Mouans

Group show with works by (a.o.)
Max Bill, Hanne Darboven, Christian Herdeg, Gottfried Honegger,
Yves Klein, Sol LeWitt, Richard Paul Lohse, Mario Merz,
François Morellet, Olivier Mosset, Jan van Munster,
Aurelie Nemours, Gerhard Richter, Fred Sandback,
Günther Uecker, Franz West, Heimo Zobernig.

MIART 2021
17 until 19 September 2021
Milan (IT)

Jan van Munster is represented by
galerie+edition hoffmann, Friedberg (DE)


Art Paris Art Fair 2021
08 until 12 September 2021
Paris (FR)

Jan van Munster is represented by Galerie Bacqueville, Lille (FR)

Stand J 8
Grand Palais Éphémère, Paris (FR)


Hanging Brainwave; 2012
04 September until 02 October 2021
Amsterdam (NL)

Slewe Gallery

Group show with works by
Karel Appel, Alan Charlton, Dan Walsh, Domenico Bianci,
Jerry Zeniuk, Joris Geurts, Krijn de Koning,
Michael Jacklin, Steven Aalders and Jan van Munster.

Opening Saturday 11 September, 4 – 6 p.m.


20 July until 29 August 2021
Arnsberg (DE)

Group show with works by

Julius Stahl ǀ Martin Willing
Jan van Munster ǀ Anton Quiring
Erich Reusch ǀ Carlernst Kürten ǀ Gerhard Weber

Kloster Wedinghausen

curated by Katrin Brand M.A
in cooperation with Hellweg Konkret and Sammlung Schroth

Art Rotterdam (Van Nellefabriek))
01 until 04 July 2021
Rotterdam (NL)

Jan van Munster is represented by Slewe Gallery, booth 008, main section.




multiple art 2017
10 June until 14 August 2021
Zurich (CH)

Schauraum Multipleart

An exhibition of rare multiples and unique works by the artists of the gallery and from the estate of the founder Müller-emil (1934-2021).


Haus Konstruktiv, Zurich
RESET – Museum Collection Future
02 March until 16 May 2021
Zurich (CH)

Group show with works by artists represented in the collection.

Curated by Sabine Schaschl, Evelyne Bucher and Eliza Lips.

Hopstreet Gallery
10 January until 27 February 2021
Brussels and Deurle (BE)

Solo show at two locations.

Hopstreet Gallery

Two Squares on One Nail; 1978; photo Ivo Wennekes
The Disobedient Square
05 December 2020 until 30 May 2021
Friedberg (DE)

galerie + edition hoffmann, Friedberg (DE)

Group show with works by Hartmut Böhm, Bob Bonies, John Carter, Gianni Colombo, Hans Jörg Glattfelder,
Camille Graeser, Heijo Hangen, Ewerdt Hilgemann, Attila Kovács, Jan Kubiček, Horst Linn, Keisuke Matsuura,
Dóra Maurer, Mehdi Moutashar, Jan van Munster, Wolfgang Schmidt, Timm Ulrichs and Gillian Wise.

Reasons to be Cheerful #3
21 November 2020 until 16 January 2021
Goed (NL)

Galerie Van den Berge celebrates the 30th anniversary of the gallery with a series of
three exhibitions with works by the artists of the gallery.

Season closing: 20 December until 8 January.
New Year’s drink and midissage 9 en 10 January 2021.


Galerie Renate Bender
The Responsive Eye’s First and Second Generation
11 September until 31 October 2020
Munich (DE)

Galerie Renate Bender
Munich (DE)

Groep show with works by
Angelika Huber / Siegfried Kreitner / Jan van Munster / Pfeifer & Kreutzer / Hans Schork / Julius Stahl / Ludwig Wilding / Martin Willing

During Open Art Weekend Munich, 11 until 13 September 2020.


Energy Field; 1990
Willy de Sauter, paintings & Jan van Munster, sculptures
06 September until 25 October 2020
The Hague (NL)

Galerie Ramakers, The Hague (NL)

Duo presentation
During The Hague Contemporary Art Weekend, 11 until 13 September 2020

Museum Kranenburgh
08 July until 29 November 2020
Bergen (NL)

Museum Kranenburgh, Bergen (NL)

Thematic exhibition with works by Marina Abramovic (RS, 1946) & Ulay (DE, 1943-2020) | Jan Andriesse (NL, 1950) | Marinus Boezem (NL, 1934) | Elspeth Diederix (KE, 1971) | Zoro Feigl (NL, 1983) | Roger Hiorns (GB, 1975) | Chaim van Luit (NL, 1985) | Jan van Munster (NL, 1939) | Yoko Ono (JP, 1933) | David Rickard (NZ, 1975) | Jeroen de Rijke (NL, 1970-2006) & Willem de Rooij (NL, 1969) | herman de vries (NL, 1931) | Marijke van Warmerdam (NL, 1959) | Ai Weiwei (CN, 1957)

Curator: Colin Huizing

For the exhibition Air, guest curator Colin Huizing invited internationally renowned artists whose installations, objects and performances make the phenomenon of air tangible and question it. A large number of works in the exhibition allow you to experience the beauty and essence of air, but there are also works that directly or indirectly draw attention to the endangered quality of air in our atmosphere, the downside of our current prosperity. They indicate the spirit of the times in different ways, but above all draw attention to neglected details and thus make us aware of the world in which we live. The exhibition, which covers the vast majority of Kranenburgh’s new wing, unfolds like an exciting journey through the halls and allows the visitor to see, hear, feel and contemplate air.



Selected works for Drawing Now & Art Brussels 2020
13 June until 11 July 2020
Brussels (BE)

Hopstreet Gallery, Brussels (BE)

13 June until 11 July 2020
Opening weekend 13 & 14 June 2020, 11 – 18h. 
By extending the opening over two days, we give you the opportunity to visit the exhibition safely. No reservation is necessary.

Works by Sara Bjarland, Julie Cockburn, Jonathan Callan, Johan De Wilde, Fabrice Souvereyns, Egon Van Herreweghe & Thomas Min, Jan van Munster, Tinus Vermeersch.

Slewe Gallery
29 May until 27 June 2020
Amsterdam (NL)

Slewe Gallery, Amsterdam (NL)

Group show with works by Adam Colton, Alice Schorbach, Jan van Munster, Joris Geurts, Krijn de Koning, Lon Pennock, Michael Jacklin, Paul Drissen, Roos Theuws, Ruud Kuijer and Steven Aalders.

The gallery will be open according to the current national hygiene rules. From now on the public opening hours of the gallery will be Friday and Saturday from 1 to 6 pm and by appointment. There will be no special opening, but please pass by one of these days or make an appointment for a private view. The gallery will allow a limited number of visitors at a time. However, the gallery offers enough space to keep a safe distance.


Neon Delight
14 March until 29 November 2020
Unna (DE)

Group show Centre for International Light Art Unna (DE).

Opening Réflexions
13 March until 11 April 2020
Lille (FR)

Solo show.
Galerie Cédric Bacqueville, Lille (FR)

The show is still running.

Art Rotterdam (Van Nellefabriek))
Art Rotterdam
05 until 09 February 2020
Rotterdam (NL)

Jan van Munster is represented by Slewe Gallery, Amsterdam (NL).

Kunstmuseum Celle
Deutscher Lichtkunstpreis 2020
19 January until 29 March 2020
Celle (DE)


Kunstmuseum Celle (DE)

press release

Jan van Munster receives the German Light Art Award 2020. With this prize the Robert Simon Art Foundation honors the internationally successful Dutch artist for his life’s work.
Jan van Munster is the fourth artist to receive the prize. The German Light Art Award is presented every two years in the Kunstmuseum Celle (DE). Previous winners in 2014 were Otto Piene (US / DE), 2016 Mischa Kuball (DE) and 2018 Brigitte Kowanz (AUS).”

The festive presentation of the German Light Art Award was on 19 January 2020 at the Kunstmuseum Celle.

Works by Van Munster will be on display in a solo exhibition through 29 March 2020.

The museum was established in 1998 as a 24-hour art museum. It houses one of the most extensive museum collections of contemporary light art in Germany.”

PAN 2019
PAN 2019
24 November until 01 December 2019
Amsterdam (NL)

Jan van Munster is represented by
Galerie Van den Berge, Goes (NL)


Galerie Ramakers, The Hague (NL)


Slewe Gallery
09 November until 21 December 2019
Amsterdam (NL)

Solo show

Slewe Gallery, Amsterdam (NL)

YIA 2019
YIA Paris 2019
07 until 11 November 2019
Paris (FR)

Jan van Munster is represented by
Galerie Cédric Bacqueville, Lille (FR).


Galeristes 2019
17 until 20 October 2019
Paris (FR)

Jan van Munster is represented by
Galerie Cédric Bacqueville, Lille (FR)


25 Years Ramakers Gallery
25 jaar Galerie Ramakers
13 October until 17 November 2019
The Hague (NL)

Galerie Ramakers celebrates its 25th anniversary.
This time no autonomous works on the wall or in the room,
but 6 murals, 1 installation and a number of specially made birthday multiples.
A spectacular transformation of the space, a combination of art and architecture.

Opening Sunday 13 October 2019, 3 – 6 p.m.

Huize Frankendael; Amsterdam
Private View – 25 Years Slewe Gallery
06 October until 24 November 2019
Amsterdam (NL)

Slewe Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the exhibition
Private View, celebrating the 25th anniversary of the gallery to be held
at Huize Frankendael in Amsterdam.
The exhibition will consist of a selection of works by the artists shown at the gallery through the years.
They are installed in the salon rooms and garden of this 18th century building.

Artists participating at Private View are Adam Colton, Alan Charlton, Alan Johnston, Alice Schorbach,
Callum Innes, Dan Walsh, Domenico Bianchi, Günter Tuzina, Ian Davenport, Jan Roeland, Jerry Zeniuk,
Joris Geurts, Karel Appel, Kees Smits, Krijn de Koning, Lon Pennock, Marthe Wéry, Martina Klein,
Merina Beekman, Michael Jacklin, Paul Drissen, Peter Davis, Roos Theuws, Ruud Kuijer, Steven Aalders, Zebedee Jones,
Jan van Munster a.o.


Topographie de l'art
07 September until 02 November 2019
Paris (FR)

Topographie de l’art

Group show

Adam Belt, USA
Stephan Breuer, FR
Jean-Baptiste Caron, FR
Charlotte Charbonnel, FR
Caroline Corbasson, FR
Elias Crespin, VEN
Liz Deschenes, USA
Thomas Devaux, FR
Pascal Haudressy, FR
Guillaume Millet, FR
Jan van Munster, NL
Martin d’Orgeval, FR
Vera Röhm, DE

Curator: Domitille d’Orgeval, FR

Opening Saturday 7 September 2019, 6 p.m.

Stretched Square; 1978
19 May until 23 June 2019
The Hague (NL)

Galerie Ramakers, The Hague

Group show
Bauhaus furniture and works by
Joost Baljeu, Willy de Sauter, Cor van Dijk, Tomas Rajlich, Bob Bonies
Reinoud van Oudshoorn, Dominique Dehais, Jérôme Touron and
Jan van Munster

Plus Minus; Collection Kröller-Müller Museum
IN MOTION 1970 > 2020
04 May until 13 October 2019
Otterlo (NL)

Kröller-Müller Museum
Works from the collectie of Kröller-Müller Museum and from the studio
Solo exhibition

A publication will be issued for this exhibition.

CENTURY idee bauhaus
28 April until 23 June 2019
Berlin (DE)

Group show with works by 100 international artists.

dr.julius | ap
Opening 28 April 2019, 11.30 p.m. until 6 p.m.

Kunst Rai 2019
Kunst RAI 2019
17 until 21 April 2019
Amsterdam (NL)

Jan van Munster is represented by
Galerie Van den Berge, Goes (NL)
booth 8


Art Cologne
10 until 14 April 2019
Cologne (DE)

Jan van Munster is represented by

edition + galerie hoffmann
hall II.I booth B 0 31

Grand Palais Paris (FR)
04 until 07 April 2019
Paris (FR)

Jan van Munster is represented by

Galerie Bacqueville, Lille (FR), booth C.2


Art Karlsruhe 2019
21 until 24 February 2019
Karlsruhe (DE)

Jan van Munster is represented by

Galerie Renate Bender; München (DE)
hall 2; booth C 08 (solo show)


Galerie Linde Hollinger; Ladenburg (DE)
hall 2; booth D 20

Art Rotterdam (Van Nellefabriek))
06 until 10 February 2019
Rotterdam (NL)

Jan van Munster is represented by Galerie Van den Berge, Goes (NL)

Kunstverein Friedberg (DE)
in to the light – JULIUS STAHL (DE) and JAN VAN MUNSTER
01 February until 17 March 2019
Friedberg (DE)

Kunstverein Friedberg

duo show


Masker Fonte Beatrice (collection Stiltemuseum)
‘STIL’ (group show)
26 January until 14 July 2019
Schiedam (NL)

The Museum of Silence is back in the Netherlands: in De Ketelfactory, Schiedam.

opening Saturday, 26 January 2019, 3 – 6 p.m.

For the best part of a decade, between 1992 and 2001, a mysterious Museum of Silence travelled through our country. In galleries, museums, convents and libraries, curator and artist Rob G.M. Vrakking exhibited objects that related to silence. In 1992 he used mail art to ask hundreds of national and international artists to send him an object about silence.

The response was overwhelming: he was sent sculptures, paintings, drawings, poetry and art objects. From these, Vrakking compiled his Museum of Silence. “Silence is a rare phenomenon in our culture,” he wrote in the Museum’s catalogue.

After ten years, Vrakking decided to part with the Museum of Silence. He consigned the extraordinary collection to the Karl Ernst Osthaus Museum in Hagen, by the German border. This is a museum that has devoted itself to ‘orphaned collections’. The Silence collection has since led a slumbering existence in its attic. Curator Vrakking loved it: “The Museum of Silence, leading a still life. If the key gets lost now, it’s reached its goal.” But it never came to that.

In the NRC Handelsblad of the 2nd of March 2018, Kester Freriks – writer of the book Silence, space, darkness – appeals for the Museum of Silence to be brought back to the Netherlands and for this valuable, quirky and adventurous collection to be shown here. De Ketelfactory accepted the invitation. At the initiative of director and artist Winnie Teschmacher, the Silence collection will be shown there next year. In the meantime, the collection will be complemented with new works on Silence, created by artists with whom Teschmacher has built up an artistic connection over the years. Winnie Teschmacher asked these artists the same question as Vrakking did twenty years ago: “Create a work of art about Silence.”

dr.julius| ap
29 November 2018 until 02 February 2019
Berlin (DE)

Duo show

dr. julius |ap, Berlin (DE)


PAN 2019
18 until 25 November 2018

Jan van Munster is represented by

Jan van Hoof Galerie, Den Bosch, booth 13


Galerie Ramakers, Den Haag, booth 107

Museum Wilhelm Morgner / Sammlung Schroth (DE)
Brainwave voor Museum Wilhelm Morgner / Sammlung Schroth
25 October 2018
Soest (DE)

Inauguration Brainwave Museum Wilhelm Morgner / Sammlung Schroth, Soest (DE)
Thursday 25 Oktober 2018, 6 p.m.
Introduction John Jaspers, director International Light Art Centre Unna (DE)

Le Carreau Du Temple, Paris
Young International Art Fair Paris 2018 (YIA)
18 until 21 October 2018
Paris (FR)

Jan van Munster is represented by Galerie Cédric Bacqueville, Lille (FR)



Galerie Ramakers (2015)
A Choice from the Studio – solo show
07 October until 11 November 2018
The Hague (NL)

Galerie Ramakers; The Hague (NL)
7 October until 11 november 2018
Opening 7 October 2018 from 3 p.m.

Entree Museum für konkrete Kunst Ingolstad (DE)
ÜBER DAS GEISTIGE IN DER KUNST – 100 Jahre nach Kandinsky und Malewitch
30 September 2018 until 10 March 2019
Ingolstad (DE)

Museum für konkrete Kunst, Ingolstad (DE)

POSITIONS Berlin Art Fair
POSITIONS Berlin Art Fair 2018
27 until 30 September 2018
Berlin (DE)

Jan van Munster is represented by dr. julius a|p gallery, Berlin (DE).


photo Julio Le Parc, Lumière alternée, 1966, private collection
Action < - > Reaction
22 September 2018 until 20 January 2019
Rotterdam (NL)

In the autumn of 2018, the Kunsthal Rotterdam will cover the complete range of kinetic (moving) art in the exhibition Action <-> Reaction. It will feature work by the most famous kinetic artists in the world. This impressive retrospective will offer Kunsthal visitors an opportunity to experience art that appeals to all the senses. Feel, watch, smell, hear and experience the rhythms, flashes, vibrations, instabilities and force fields right up to the cosmos! The exhibition is a revival of the successful 2013 Paris exhibition ‘Dynamo’ and is realised in close collaboration with the Grand Palais in Paris.
With over ninety artworks, subdivided into twelve themes (light, movement, structure, rhythm, radiation, vibration, instability, spatiality, vortex (swirling), immateriality, force fields and cosmos), the exhibition will show an impressive retrospective of kinetic art, including its history and the various aspects and perspectives that make this art kinetic. The artists John Armleder, Pol Bury, Alexander Calder, Jan van Munster, Ann Veronica Janssens, Philippe Decrauzat, Jeppe Hein, Anish Kapoor, Zilvinas Kempinas, Frantisek Kupka, Yayoi Kusama, Julio Le Parc, Francois Morellet, Jesus Rafael Soto and many others, will all be represented by their work.

opening Saturday 22 September 2018, 5.30 p.m.

Inge Dick studio view
Between Dark and Light
14 September until 27 October 2018
Munich (DE)

Inge Dick en Jan and Munster
Galerie Renate Bender; Munich (DE).

Preview: Thursday 13 September 2018, 7 – 9 p.m.
Opening: Friday 14 September 2018, 6 – 9 p.m.

Art on Paper 2018
Art on Paper Amsterdam
13 until 16 September 2018

Jan van Munster is represented by
Jan van Hoof Galerie, Den Bosch (NL), booth 17.

multiple art 2017
Genève Reloaded
30 June until 18 August 2018
Zurich (CH)

Group show with works by the artists of the gallery.

Schauraum Multipleart

Opening 30 June 2018 from 2 p.m.

Decade One
06 May until 16 June 2018
Berlin (DE)

10 Years Galerie dr. Julius | ap Berlin (DE)
opening 6 May 2018, 11.30 a.m.


Celebration show with works by
Douglas Allsop (GB) Dieter Balzer (DE) Carlo Battisti (IT) Wolfgang Berndt Willem Besselink (NL) Alain Biltereyst (BE) Hartmut Böhm (DE) Anna-Maria Bogner (AT) Monika Brandmeier (DE) Jeongmoon Choi (KR) Daniela Comani (IT) Matthew Deleget (US) Stephan Ehrenhofer (AT) Gerhard Frömel (AT) Daniel Göttin (CH) Robert Gschwantner (AT) Anette Haas (DE) José Heerkens (NL) Gilbert Hsiao (US) Siegfried Kreitner (DE) Anna Kubelik (DE) Ray Melone (GB) Riki Mijling (NL) Jan van Munster (NL) Friederike von Rauch (DE) Natalie Reusser (CH) Astrid Schindler (DE) Hansförg Schneider (DE) Regine Schumann (DE) Lucía Simón Medina (ES) Esther Stocker (IT) Julius Stahl (DE) Tim Stapel (DE) Don Voisine (US) Jan Maarten Volkuil (NL) Peter Weber (DE) Dese Winter (DE) Susan York (US) Annett Zinsmeister (DE) and guests

Art Cologne
Art Cologne
18 until 22 April 2018
Keulen (DE)

Jan van Munster is represented by
editon + galerie hoffmann (Friedberg, DE)
hall 11.1, booth B 31


14 April until 12 May 2018
Goes (NL)

Steven Aalders and Jan van Munster
Galerie van den Berge, Goes (NL)
opening 14 April 2018, 3 – 6 p.m.



Art Paris Art Fair (Grand Palais)
Art Paris Art Fair
04 until 08 April 2018
Paris, Grand Palais

Jan van Munster is represented by
Galerie Bacqueville (Lille, FR)
booth C 2


Art Karlsruhe (Jürgen Rössner)
Art Karlsruhe
21 until 25 February 2018
Karlsruhe (DE)

Jan van Munster is represented by

Galerie Linde Hollinger (Ladenburg, DE).
Hall 2 – booth D 20


Renate Bender Gallery (Munich, DE)
Hall 2 – booth C 08



Art Rotterdam (Van Nellefabriek))
Art Rotterdam
07 until 11 February 2018

Jan van Munster is represented by
Galerie Ramakers (The Hague); booth 64.


Let There Be Light
CELEBRATION part 1 – Let There Be Light
06 December 2017 until 21 January 2018
Antwerpen, Nieuw Zuid, Leon Stynenstraat 21

Group show curated by Joris Van De Moortel (BE) in cooperation with Galerie Sofie Van De Velde; Antwerpen (BE); with works by Sarkis; Guillaume Bijl; Michel François; Ann Veronica Janssens; Kelly Schacht; Brigitte Kowanz; Tracy Emin; Ivan Navarro; Keith Sonnier; Paul Schwer; Navid Nur; Jan van Munster and others.

Opening Thursday 7 December 2017, 6 – 9 p.m.

Galerie Bender
Art Miami
05 until 10 December 2017
Miami; Florida / USA

Jan van Munster is represented by Galerie Renate Bender, München (DE).
Booth # A 329


Museum Ijsselstein
VERLICHT MIJ 2017 – View On Light In Art Now
02 December 2017 until 25 February 2018
Ijsselstein, Walkade 2-4

Museum Ijsselstein

Participating artists
Pieke Bergmans, Mathieu Klomp, Sjoerd Knibbeler, Anna Lange, Sabine Marcelis, Jan van Munster, Sandra den Ouden, André Pielage, Fedor van Rossem, Lea Schiess, Su Tomesen, Hans Tutert, Jop Vissers Vorstenbosch en Peter Zegveld.

Opening Saturday 2 December 2017.

PAN 2019
PAN Amsterdam
19 until 26 November 2017
Amsterdam, Europaplein 20

Jan van Munster is represented by Jan van Hoof Galerie, Den Bosch (NL).

Jan van Munster 'Emergency Exit' 1975
03 November 2017 until 08 April 2018
Museum Rotterdam, Rodezand 26

The exhibition brings visitors along a historical timeline, an impressive cinematic experience and a thematic deepening with museum and archive pieces. You can see a filmed interview with Jan van Munster about the now removed work at the exit of the atomic binoculars. Jan van Munster’s ‘Emergency Exit’ of 1975 covered the atomic escape hatch and vent tubes where the most important PTT people (= Post Telegraph Phone) could provide international communication.

Opening Friday 3 November 2017, 5 – 8 p.m.

Carreau du Temple; Paris
YIA art fair # 11 Paris
19 until 22 October 2017
Le Carreau du Temple, 4 Rue Eugène Spuller, 75003 Paris

Jan van Munster is represented by
Galerie Cédric Bacqueville;  Lille (FR).

Opening Thursday 19 October 2017, 6 p.m.

Leuthener Gasometer; Rote Insel
Start Up !
30 August until 20 October 2017
Hannover (DE)

Edition Rote Insel

Exhibition featuring multiples + series  in a site-specific composition at
OUTLOOK, the project space of Galerie Robert Drees

Anna-Maria Bogner [AT], Monika Brandmeier [DE], Jeongmoon Choi [KR], Anette Haas [DE], José Heerkens [NL], Riki Mijling [NL], Regine Schumann [DE], Esther Stocker [IT], Denise Winter [DE], Susan York [US], Annett Zinsmeister [DE], Douglas Allsop [GB], Carlo Battisti [IT], Wolfgang Berndt [DE], Hartmut Böhm[DE], Stephan Ehrenhofer [AT], Gerhard Frömel [AT], Daniel Göttin [CH], Gilbert Hsiao [US], Ray Malone [IE], Jan van Munster [NL], Julius Stahl [DE], Don Voisine [US], Peter Weber [DE], Daniela Comani [IT], Anna Kubelik [CH], Friederike von Rauch [DE], Natalie Reusser [CH], Dieter Balzer [DE], Willem Besselink [NL], Alain Biltereyst [BE], Robert Gschwantner [AT], Hansjörg Schneider [DE], Tim Stapel [DE]

Brainwave (Ratio); 2009
Short Circuit Between Line and Light
30 May until 27 October 2017
Witten (DE); Friedrich-Ebert-Strasse 60

Solo exhibition

ARDEX Informationszentrum

opening 30 May 2017; 7 p.m.

introduction John Jaspers; director International Light Art Centre; Unna (DE)

registration: birgit.zietlow@ardex.de

18 May until 01 July 2017
Munich (DE)

In Persuit of Light

The exhibition, curated by Renate Bender, was on display at Neuer Kunstverein Aschaffenburg (DE) in March/April 2017. Within the concept Renate Bender shows other works of the same artists in her gallery in Munich (DE).

Hellmut Bruch, Victoria Coeln, Inge Dick, Rosa M Hessling, Siegfried Kreitner, François Morellet, Jan van Munster, Nadine Poulain, Regine Schumann and Thomas Wunsch.

Opening 18. Mai 2017, 19 – 21 Uhr

Venice (IT)
09 May until 26 November 2017
La Galleria, San Marco 2566, Venetië (IT)

Galerie Dr. Dorothea van der Koelen, Mainz (DE)/Venetië (IT)

Group show with works by:

Lore Bert, Daniel Buren, Sebastian Dannenberg, Mohamed Kazem, Wulf Kirschner, François Morellet, Jan van Munster, Arne Quinze, Tori Simeti

Carl-Jürgen Schroth; photo M. Larßen
format – 35 Jahre Sammlung Schroth
07 May until 13 August 2017
Soest (DE)

International group show at the occasion of the 35th anniversary of Foundation Konzeptuelle Kunst and the 70th birthday of founder and collector Carl-Jürgen Schroth.

Raum Schroth at Museum Wilhelm Morgner


Edged circle; 2017
inspiration, dedication, transformation
30 April until 21 May 2017
Den Bosch (NL)

Arjan van Arendonk, jcj van der heyden and Jan van Munster

Jan van Hoof Galerie, Den Bosch (NL)

opening 30 april 2017, 2 – 6 p.m.

dr.julius| ap
Edition Rote Insel
28 April until 27 May 2017
Berlin (DE); Leberstrasse 60

International group show on edition works, launching a new gallery section.

dr. julius | ap

Opening Friday, April 28, 2017, 7 – 11 p.m.

LIGHT SOUND MOVEMENT – a selection of art works of the Collection Heer (Starnberg; DE)
28 April until 01 May 2017
Unterhaching/München (DE)

Rolf Bernhard Heer’s collection consists of approximately 75 pieces of kinetic and light art by 20 international artists as Julio le Parc (AR), Hugo Demarco (AR), Hans Schork (DE), Hojo Drott (DE), Siegfried Kreitner (DE), Jakub Nepraš (CZ), Sebastian Hempel (DE) and Jan van Munster (NL). A selection is on view at ars-technica 7 in Unterhaching/München (DE).

Art Cologne
26 until 29 April 2017
Cologne (DE)

26 – 29 April 2017

Jan van Munster is represented by Galerie Hoffmann; Friedberg (DE)

Booth 1 B 31

off course art fair brussels
OFF COURSE young contemporary Art Fair Brussel
20 until 23 April 2017
Brussel (BE)

Palais de la Dynastie; Kunstberg 5; Brussels (BE)

Jan van Munster is represented by Galerie Cédric Bacqueville; Lille (FR)

Kunstmuseum Celle mit Sammlung Robert Simon
SIGNAL – Kunstmuseum Celle (DE) with Collection Robert Simon
19 March until 13 August 2017
Schlossplatz 7; Celle (DE)

A selection of 40 light art installations from the collection of Robert Simon with works by

molitor & kuzmin (DE) Leonardo Mosso (IT) Jan van Munster (NL) Chris Nägele (DE) Boris Petrovsky (DE) Otto Piene (DE) Susanne Rottenbacher (DE) Regine Schumann (DE) Detlef Schweiger (DE) Paul Schwer (DE) Max Sudhues (DE) Timm Ulrichs (DE) Nils Völker (DE)

Neuer Kunstverein Aschaffenburg
“FarbeLicht – LichtFarbe” DEM LICHT AUF DER SPUR
05 March until 30 April 2017
Aschaffenburg (DE)

Neuer Kunstverein Aschaffenburg (DE)


Works by Hellmut Bruch (A), Victoria Coeln (A), Inge Dick (A), Rosa M Hessling (D),

Siegfried Kreitner (D), François Morellet (FR), Regine Schumann (D), Thomas Wunsch (D)

Jan van Munster (NL), Nadine Poulain (D), Regine Schumann (D), Thomas Wunsch (D)

Curator: Renate Bender

CADORO masterpieces & others
Masterpieces & Others
25 February until 12 July 2017
Cadoro; Centre for Arts and Science, Mainz (DE)

Galerie Dr. Dorothea van der Koelen, Mainz (DE)/Venice (IT)

Group show with works by Lore Bert, Hellmut Bruch, Sebastian Dannenberg, Heinz Gappmeyer, Raimund Girke, Joseph Kusuth, Patrick Mimran, François Morellet, Jan van Munster, René Rietmeyer

Art Karlsruhe
Art Karlsruhe 2017
16 until 19 February 2017
Karlsruhe (DE)

Jan van Munster wordt vertegenwoordigd door

Galerie Dr. Dorothea van der Koelen, Mainz (DE)/Venetië (IT)

Galerie Linde Hollinger, Ladenburg (DE)

Edition & Galerie Hoffmann, Friedberg (DE)

We Like Art @ Art Rotterdam; fotografie Maarten Tromp
We like Art 2017 at Art Rotterdam
09 until 12 February 2017
Rotterdam; Van Nelle Fabriek; Schiegebouw tegenover de hoofdingang van Art Rotterdam

Affordable art works of upcoming and leading artists in the context of Art Rotterdam.

Jan van Munster is represented by Galerie Van den Berge, Goes (NL).


Rotterdam World Trade Centre
Rotterdam Contemporary Art Fair
08 until 12 February 2017
Rotterdam; Eendrachtsplein 18; 3012 LA Rotterdam

8 until 12 February 2017; World Trade Centre Rotterdam (NL).

Jan van Munster is represented by Galerie Fenna de Vries, Rotterdam.

Nyenrode; Breukelen (NL)
In opdracht van… een unieke selectie uit de kunstcollectie van PostNL
24 January until 24 April 2017
Breukelen (NL)

Nyenrode Business Universiteit, founded in 1946, is the only private university in the Netherlands. It builds on the motto ‘for business, by business’. This year Nyenrode is celebrating its 70th anniversary.

PostNL, one of the founders of Nyenrode, has one of the oldest business collections in the Netherlands. The core collection comprises more than fifteen hundred works and includes paintings, photography, graphics, sculptures and applied art. The exhibition from January 23 to April 24, 2017 shows a selection of 60 works (by among others Jan van Munster) on the campus of Nyenrode.

CADORO with Circle of Energy; 2015
Masterpieces & Others
14 November 2016 until 12 February 2017
Mainz (DE)

Works by Bert, Buren, Dannenberg, Gappmeyer, Girke, Kosuth, Morellet, Plessi, Uecker and Van Munster.

Galerie Dr. Dorothea van der Koelen

CADORO, Centre for Arts and Science, Mainz (DE)

05 November until 24 December 2016

5 November 2016, 14 – 19 p.m.

Galerie Van Den Berge

Albert Joachimikade 5

NL 4461 BG Goes

Group show with works by Ditty Ketting, Tom van Kints, Dave Meijer, Jan van Munster, Sybille Pattscheck, Nanda Runge, P.B. van Rossum, Regine Schumann, Hinke Schreuders, Clary Stolte, Freddie Michel Soethout, Shawn Stipling, Maurice van Tellingen en Raf Thys.

Artissima Torino (IT)
Artissima Torino
03 until 06 November 2016
Turijn (IT)

Artissima Torino is the most important art fair in Italy.

Jan van Munster is represented by edition und schauraum multipleart, Zurich (CH).


Art Fair Cologne
27 October until 30 September 2016
Keulen (DE)

Art Fair for Modern and Contemporary Art; Köln Messe; hall 1 en 2

Jan van Munster is represented by Galerie Linde Hollinger; booth E06. His work can also be seen at booth C05 of Stiftung Konzeptuelle Kunst from Soest (DE).

Postbahnhof Berlin (DE)
15 until 28 September 2016
Berlin (DE)

Art Fair for Modern and Contemporary Art. 74 selected galleries from 13 countries. Jan van Munster is represented by dr. julius |ap; Berlin (DE)


Postbahnhof am Ostbahnhof; Straße der Pariser Kommune 8; 10243 Berlin

IK; 2003; Apeldoorn; Sprengenpark (NL); photo Anaïs Lopez
27 August until 25 September 2016
Coda Museum; Apeldoorn

CODA Museum Apeldoorn (NL) presents an overview of all winners of the Wilheminaring, the Dutch prize for sculpture, which is awarded every two years to an eminent Dutch sculptor. It is one of the most important art prizes in the Netherlands: Joop Beljon (1998), Joep van Lieshout (2000), Jan van Munster (2002), Carel Visser (2004), Maria Roosen (2006), John Körmeling (2009), Piet Slegers (2011), Hans van Houwelingen (2013), Auke de Vries (2015). The award consists of a specially designed ring and a commission for a sculpture in Sprengenpark, Apeldoorn (NL).

Opening 27 August 2016, 1.00 p.m. CODA Museum, Apeldoorn (NL).

key works 1968 - 2016
JAN VAN MUNSTER – key works 1968 – 2016
06 August until 11 September 2016
Projectruimte Galerie Samuel Vanhoegaerden, Knokke (BE), Het Zoute, Zeedijk 740

At the invitation of Samuel Vanhoegaerden Gallery, Knokke (BE) Jan van Munster shows key works from 1968 until now.

Floating – Between Illusion and Precision
04 June until 27 November 2016
Luftmuseum Amberg (DE)

The exhibition “Floating – Between Illusion and Precision” is due to the suggestion of the Frankfurt cultural scientist Volker Fischer, who has also been the curator.

26 May 2016 until 31 March 2017
Galerie Van der Koelen - Venetië (IT)

Group show with works by Lore Bert, Hellmut Bruch, Daniel Buren, Mohammed Kazem, Jan van Munster, Nikolas Schmidt-Pfähler, Arne Quinze and Vera Röhm.

(extended until 31 March 2017)

opening Art Room Schroth; foto Peter Dahm
21 May until 18 September 2016
Kunstraum Sammlung Schroth - Soest (DE)

Selected works from the SCHROTH COLLECTION by 25 international mathematical-constructive artists (Douglas Allsop, Hellmut Bruch, François Morellet, Jan van Munster, Reinaud Oudshoorn, Peter Weber, Beat Zoderer and others) – opening  ART ROOM SCHROTH and re-opening Mueum Wilhelm Morgner, Thomasstrasse 1, Soest (DE)

Brainwave (Ratio); 2016; 40 X 7 m; glass; argon; transformers; foto Guus Rijven
16 April until 17 July 2016
Noletloodsen - Schiedam (NL)

De Ketelfactory is bursting at the seams! From the 16th of April through the 17th of July 2016 the Schiedam-based exhibition space will be diverging to the Noletloodsen for art manifestation Snapshot of a larger order. Twenty artists who have previously exhibited work at De Ketelfactory are creating new work specially for this occasion.

Hanging Brainwave; 2012; studio view
24 March until 14 May 2016
Grimaldis Galley - Baltimore MD (USA)

A group show with works of  Chul Hyun Ahn, François Morellet, Erwin Redl, Annette Sauermann and Jan van Munster in Gallery C. Grimaldis, Baltimore MD (USA).

PRIÈRE DE TOUCHER – The Touch of Art
11 February until 16 May 2016
Tinguely Museum - Basel (CH)

The exhibition is centered around the sense of touch and the haptic system as a possibility of aesthetic perception, and it throws up a series of questions at the same time: How do we perceive tactile art? What happens when our skin suddenly plays the main role in the experiencing of art? Even without direct physical contact with the beholder, can artworks appeal to their sense of touch? Can tactile experiences be described and translated into images? Works from entirely different eras testify to an understanding of art that includes the tactile dimension. Tactility has increasingly become a deliberately employed design element since the mid-20th century.

Stedelijk Museum Schiedam
I Love Holland. Dutch post-war art
21 September 2013 until 23 October 2016
Stedelijk Museum Schiedam (NL)

‘The exhibition in the Stedelijk Museum Schiedam is one we all eagerly await.’

With the exhibition entitled Ik hou van Holland. Nederlandse kunst na 1945 (I Love Holland. Dutch post-war art), the Stedelijk Museum Schiedam will present a comprehensive overview of post-war Dutch art. An overview of this quality, magnitude and depth has never been shown in the Netherlands. It displays the developments in Dutch contemporary art, and links these to developments in society.