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Avenue Ceramique 250
6221 KX Maastricht
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For an overview of the coronavirus measures (reservations) to be taken prior to and during your visit, please check the websites of the relevant organizers and institutions.

SAY IT LOUD is an international group exhibition by contemporary artists whose work explores subjects related to diversity and the colonial past, and their representation or interpretation.

The artists in this exhibition work in different ways and in a variety of media, ranging from painting to performance, and from sculpture to video art. They each have their own spearheads: their work touches on representation, migration, diaspora, slavery, women’s liberation, structural economic and social exploitation, religion and war. They are united by their shared wish to broaden and diversify the historical and art-historical canon.

The artists look back…

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For an overview of the coronavirus measures (reservations) to be taken prior to and during your visit, please check the websites of the relevant organizers and institutions.

SAY IT LOUD is an international group exhibition by contemporary artists whose work explores subjects related to diversity and the colonial past, and their representation or interpretation.

The artists in this exhibition work in different ways and in a variety of media, ranging from painting to performance, and from sculpture to video art. They each have their own spearheads: their work touches on representation, migration, diaspora, slavery, women’s liberation, structural economic and social exploitation, religion and war. They are united by their shared wish to broaden and diversify the historical and art-historical canon.

The artists look back, often from a personal perspective, on how colonial history has formed them and the world around them. They link their personal experiences to bigger events and processes, such as slavery, institutional racism and sexism, and representation. They explore how identity is formed and broaden the canon with a rich visual idiom and a wide range of often neglected stories.

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When

  • every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday until April 18th, 2021from 11:00 to 17:00

Prices

  • Adults€14.00
  • CJP (Cultureel Jongeren Paspoort)€7.00

Location

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