A Posthumous Collaboration - Ine Schröder and her Archive

In a double exhibition and a comprehensive publication, the Bonnefantenmuseum is focusing on the ground-breaking artistry of Ine Schröder. Mainly active within the art scene of the Euregion, Schröder won the respect of the local and regional art community during her working life. 

Fortunately, each work and each exhibition was well documented by Schröder through photographs, sketches and notes. From this archive, Schröder now emerges as a remarkably steadfast artist with an impressively diverse oeuvre. It is also a soulful and poetic oeuvre, resounding with an uncompromising view of art and artistry. Ine Schröder deliberately let her works disappear. She regarded her work not as a cumulation of autonomous things, but as one big network of objects that were linked together in space and time.

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In a double exhibition and a comprehensive publication, the Bonnefantenmuseum is focusing on the ground-breaking artistry of Ine Schröder. Mainly active within the art scene of the Euregion, Schröder won the respect of the local and regional art community during her working life. 

Fortunately, each work and each exhibition was well documented by Schröder through photographs, sketches and notes. From this archive, Schröder now emerges as a remarkably steadfast artist with an impressively diverse oeuvre. It is also a soulful and poetic oeuvre, resounding with an uncompromising view of art and artistry. Ine Schröder deliberately let her works disappear. She regarded her work not as a cumulation of autonomous things, but as one big network of objects that were linked together in space and time.

The presentation in the Bonnefantenmuseum is in two parts, comprising work by Ine Schröder (second floor until 01.09.2019) and an experimental exhibition (third floor until 26.05.2019), which has been developed by Joep Vossebeld. It revolves around the question of how a museum can represent an oeuvre that the artist destroyed in part, based on an artistic principle that puts the art object in perspective and focuses on transience.

An important part of the exhibition is the archive book Uncorrected Proof, about Ine Schröder's archive. Containing around 700 photos, alongside essays by Paula van den Bosch, Brenda Tempelaar and Joep Vossebeld that address subjects like forming, curating and presenting museum collections, the book goes beyond a regular oeuvre publication.

 

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When

  • every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday until September 1st, 2019from 11:00 to 17:00

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