It looks like my birthday present comes a day early this year. Two of my favorite photographers, a duo named Synchrodogs, are having an exhibition at Walls, starting tomorrow. How cool is that? The Ukrainian couple, Tania Shcheglova and Roman Noven, fell in love with each other and started to work together as professional artists under one name. (..more)
Naomi Velissariou’s performance is filled to the brim with ideas, but ultimately fails as a coherent piece of theater. (..more)
▶︎ Press play … because Henk’s Comics & Manga Store is celebrating 20 years in business with a pop-up sale until the end of May, and it’s about time you found out more about this special Amsterdam store and heard from Henk himself. (..more)
The Netherlands don’t have any ghost towns on offer; Ruigoord is about the closest we get. That’s exactly why a two people decided to leave the city for the summer, and venture into Europe. Searching for those abandoned but magical places. (..more)
Meet Fei Alexeli, a Greek photographer living in Amsterdam. At the moment she has a photography exhibition at Charlie + Mary. She’s been taking photography serious for only two years now, but already has some great works. Let’s talk!
You studied architecture, when did you become such a photography fanatic?
In this reprise of Othello, twelve years have gone by but Ivo van Hove shows his directorial might all over again. (..more)
There’s a boundary-pushing mini-festival in town, combining two profoundly different arts on each end of the spectrum. The New Gamegrounds festival aims to bring together the world of gamers and theater performers. It’s a fun exploration of crossovers and interdisciplinary innovation between computer games and contemporary theater performance. (..more)
During De Brakke Grond’s playful, ‘no rules’-themed month, Etiquette and OK OK put you in the center of the action. Having overcome your initial embarrassment, you’ll find the shows both clever and fun. (..more)
What To Watch Thursday is Overdose’s weekly movie injection: every Thursday we highlight movie releases that shouldn’t be missed! This week we present two movies by new voices of familiar genres. (..more)
That hip-hop and classical ballet are quite the opposite is not a surprise, but that they can work perfectly together is. In May and next fall you can visit one of the newest and most experimental productions of the National Dutch Ballet: Narnia, the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. (..more)