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<P>Mohamed Bourouissa, Untitled, from: Horseday (2013), Chromogenic colour print.Coll. Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam© Mohamed Bourouissa </P>

Mohamed Bourouissa, Untitled, from: Horseday (2013), Chromogenic colour print.
Coll. Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
Mohamed Bourouissa

Mohamed Bourouissa: Horseday
AMSTERDAM  •  Stedelijk Museum  •  10 September - 31 December 2016

Last year, the Stedelijk bought a photograph and a two-channel video by the French-Algerian artist Mohamed Bourouissa. Both works represent a facet of the project Horseday (2013-present). This autumn, the Stedelijk presents the works as part of a gallery-filling installation designed by the artist.

Bourouissa (1978, Blida) lives and works in Paris. He is renowned for his dynamic, impactful colour photographs of youth, immigrants and everyday life in the Paris suburbs. For his most recent piece, Horseday, Bourouissa worked with a local community in Philadelphia (US). Fascinated by the role that horses, stables and riding plays in the life of the African American community, he collaborated with artists and riders to launch a competition for the most elegantly decorated horse. Bourouissa translated this event into a series of imposing photos, a film and a sequence of sculptures. The images powerfully reference the notion of the classic, sometimes stereotypical, cowboy. The video largely comprises footage of daily life in combination with the staged event.

Stedelijk Museum Website

Contact: Stedelijk Museum
Museumplein 10
NL-1071 DJ Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Tel: (31) 20 5732 911

Kimonos from the Okura collection
AMSTERDAM  •  Rijksmuseum  •  21 October - 13 December 2016
The Rijksmuseum unveils seven magnificent No theatre kimonos that exemplify the changes in No through the centuries. No theatre originated in the fourteenth century and is a stylized Japanese dramatic form in which song, music and dance come together. The highlight of the presentation is a magnificent eighteenth-century kimono with embroidered moonflower tendrils on saffron-coloured woven silk damask.

Rijksmuseum Website


Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
1070 DN Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Tel: (31) 20 6747 000

Events in Pop Culture and Cinema

Ana Moura
AMSTERDAM  •  Bimhuis  •  11 December 2016
Portuguese fado singer Ana Moura.

Bimhuis Website

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Contact: Bimhuis
Piet Heinkade 3
1019 Amsterdam
Tel: (31) 020 7 882 188

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