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Frontviews (Berlin / DE)

17.06.2022 - 02.07.2022

Aram Tanis, Hans Wilschut, Moritz Hirsch, Lukas Schmenger, Marc Klee, Markus Wüste, Nikola Ukic, Oliver Thie, Thorsten Kasper, Willem Besselink and others

 Amsterdam Art Week / The Gallery Club

12.05.2022 - 15.05.2022

Iwan Baan, Marie-José Jongerius, Aram Tanis, Rein Jelle Terpstra and Bert Teunissen

Foto Wien 

09.03.2022 - 27.03.2022

Aram Tanis, Regina Anzenberger, Eduardo Leal, Wolfgang Lehrner, Catherine Ludwig, Leonardo Magrelli, Belinda Lawley, Georg Rothmann, Kai Ruhland, Kenan Šutković and others

The Gallery Club

03.07.2020 - 12.07.2020

Issei Suda, Aram Tanis, Daido Moriyama, Yamandú Roos and Eikoh Hosoe

NIDA 2019

11.09.2019 - 14.09.2019

Aram Tanis, Karianne Bueno, Marius Eckert, David Adams, Mischa de Stroumillo, Julia Borissova, Sibylle Eimermacher, Sawako Obara & Kouji Okaya and others

Van Gogh House

19.01.2019 - 17.03.2019

Erik Andriesse, Aram Tanis, Albert Zwaan, Jeroen Witvliet, Anna Lange, Renée van Trier, Lindert Paulussen, Bettie van Haaster, Diana Roig, Kurt Ryslavy, Ian Skirvin and others

Van Gogh Gallery

02.02.2019 - 24.02.2019

Aram Tanis and Jacolijn Verhoef

Museum Dr. Guislain

16.06.2018 - 23.09.2018

Laurence Aëgerter, Jean Bernard Koeman, Aram Tanis, Aldo van den Broek, Dirk van Lieshout, Annaleen Louwes, Berend Strik, Erik van Lieshout, Roy Villevoye and others

Nieuw Dakota

25.11.2017 - 14.01.2018

Laurence Aëgerter, Jean Bernard Koeman, Aram Tanis, Aldo van den Broek, Dirk van Lieshout, Annaleen Louwes, Berend Strik, Erik van Lieshout, Roy Villevoye and others


18.02.2017 - 08.04.2017

Aram Tanis

Stichting IK

05.09.2016 - 02.10.2016

Aram Tanis, Maartje Korstanje, Ko de Jonge, Femke Gerestein, Remco Torenbosch, Klaus Schmitt, Jean-Marc Spaans, Willem Besselink, Annelies Planteijdt and others

Guest Studio Louwrien Wijers

04.07.2015 - 12.07.2015

Aram Tanis

De Nederlandsche Bank

17.10.2014 - 28.11.2014

Hans Aarsman, Philip Akkerman, Job Koelewijn, Joanneke Meester, Marc Bijl, Diana Blok, Melanie Bonajo, Aram Tanis, Hans Wilschut, Berend Strik, Zoro Feigl and others

Stichting IK

09.06.2013 - 14.07.2013

Aram Tanis

Van Abbe Museum

15.09.2012 - 28.10.2012

Theo van Gogh, Aram Tanis, Gregorius Nekschot, Jaffe Vink, International Socialists, T. and Gerrit van Kralingen

Korean Cultural Center New York

06.07.2011 - 05.08.2011

Aram Tanis, Harim Song and Yeongkuk Yu


10.09.2010 - 30.10.2010

Marc Bijl, Aram Tanis, Benedikt Terwiel, Hans Wilschut, Ben Van den Berghe, Gabriel Braun, Amir Fattal, Stella Geppert, Niklas Goldbach, Marta Kolendo, Tim Stapel and others

London Festival of Architecture

08.07.2008 - 09.08.2008

Carla Arocha & Stéphane Schraenen,  Jo van den Berghe, Aram Tanis, Boris van Berkum, Florian Göttke, Pascal Rousson, Angie Reed, Joe Stephenson, Anneke Wilbrink and others

Photo Festival Naarden

17.05.2007 - 10.06.2007

Aram Tanis, Diana Blok, Sara Blokland, Marco van Duyvendijk, Ruud van Empel, Cor Jaring, Kadir van Lohuizen, Awoiska van der Molen, Erwin Olaf, Rein Jelle Terpstra and others

Witte de With


Artist talk: Renske Janssen and Aram Tanis

Witte de With

06.09.2006 - 19.11.2006

Martin Boyce, Isa Genzken, Aram Tanis, Luc Tuymans, Germaine Kruip, Henning Bohl, Tobias Buche, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Marius Engh, Pieter Hugo, Robin Rhode and others

Frankfurter Kunstverein

05.10.2005 - 04.12.2005

Sean Snyder, Tobias Rehberger, Aram Tanis, Matias Faldbakken, Peter Friedl, Rainer Ganahl, Nesrine Khodr, Jason Dodge, June Bum Park, Simon Starling and others


18.05.2004 - 27.06.2004

Marrigje de Maar, Aram Tanis, Jaap Scheeren, Ernie Buts, Kathelijne Reijse, Martine Sprangers, Lotte Stekelenburg, Bob van der Vlist, Ward Janssen, Babette Kleijn and others


Smoke Bath


328 Pages

Seems Books

Smoke Bath is a collection of photographs and art work loosely based on the theme of camping, nature and exploring.


The goal of Smoke Bath is to showcase the work of artists that are inspired by nature and raise money for in the process. The Fresh Air Fund is an independent, not-for-profit agency that provides free summer vacations to New York City children from low-income communities.

Participating Artists: Alec Soth, Aram Tanis, Ariko Inaoka, Ben Pier, Brad Troemel, Cali DeWitt, Chris Johanson, Christian Patterson, Coley Brown, Collier Schorr, Dana Goldstein, David Aron, David Potes, Dominic Neitz, Dylan Reece, Eden Batki, Ed Templeton, Erik Kessels, Fumie Ishii, Henk Wildschut, Ian Helwig, Junichi Sakamoto, Keiko Ichinose, Kento Mori, Kevin Spanky Long, Kevin Trageser, Landon Metz, Lele Saveri, Marius Nilsen, Mark Borthwick, Mark Cross, Mat O'Brien, Philippe Gerlach, Philip Watts, Ray Potes, Richard Prince, Richard Renaldi, Rob Abeyta, Robin Schwartz, Ron Jude, Sake Kota, Sam Falls, Sophie Morner, Takashi Homma, Todd Hido and others

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Paralleles Leben




167 Pages


Frankfurter Kunstverein

On occasion of Korea being the guest country of the Frankfurt Book Fair, the Frankfurter Kunstverein presented the exhibition Paralleles Leben.


South Korea has in the space of a few decades gone through a development that for other countries takes centuries. The country is technologically highly developed, the urban architecture resembles Western cities, but still the unstoppable will to progress exists side by side with a distinctive awareness of tradition. North Korea, on the other hand, is one of the few still existing communist countries, which hermetically cuts itself off from the rest of the world and defends its ideology against all conflicts and influences from the outside.

Participating Artists: Ahn Kyu Chul, Jay Chung & Q Takeki Maeda, COMPANY (Aamu Song, Johan Olin), Jason Dodge, Matias Faldbakken, Peter Friedl, Rainer Ganahl, Nesrine Khodr, Beom Kim, Minouk Lim, June Bum Park, Park Chan-Kyong, Mai-Thu Perret, Tobias Rehberger, Seo Jin Soo, Sean Snyder, Simon Starling, Aram Tanis and others


Pieter and Marieke Sanders: OBJECT ONDER / OBJECT BELOW



144 Pages

Walther König

The title of this book, OBJECT ONDER / OBJECT BELOW, refers to the label the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam uses in its depot to warn that a covered artwork lies below and thus no objects should be placed on top of it.


This book is a snapshot from the forty-plus years of art collecting adventure by Pieter and Marieke Sanders. It tells of the role that art plays in their lives.


BADGAST In Between PS1 New York and Shanghai


100 Pages


Arts and science can express the spatial and social and ecological qualities - as well as the problems - of our coastal areas, and make them engagingly accessible to the public. These works can transform a destination normally marked by consumption and recreation into a platform for critical communication and serious reflection. This timely reflection on spatial transition processes may act as a strong catalyst in generating public and professional discussions and connect contemporary research and new works to historic and future works and coastal transitions.

Participating Artists: Henrik Lund Jørgensen, Nicoleta Esinencu, Maarten Boswijk, Sachi Miyachi, Jannemieke Oostra, Eric van Straaten, Esther Kokmeijer, Eliane Esther Bots, Frouke Wiarda, Maarten de Kroon, Frank Bloem, Edwin Deen, Chris Dobrowolski, Janine Schrijver, Jacolijn Verhoef, Aram Tanis, Nadine O'Garra, Fabrice Schomberg, Giuseppe Licari, Cristina Ampatzidou, James Geurts, Ibrahim Ineke, Sieko Kloosterhuis, Danilo Murro, Valerie Dempsey, Annechien Meier, Johannes Hoffmann, Francois Lombarts, Andrea Kessler, Berndnaut Faiss, Bram Esser, Vesta Kroese, Simone Knaapen and others

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Gallery Korea 2011


45 Pages

Korean Cultural Center New York

Gallery Korea’s 'Call for Artists' is an annual series of exhibitions that highlight the creative endeavors of Korean artists or artists with links to Korea and Korean culture.


Participating Artists:


Ankabuta, Yun-Woo Choi


Jeho Lee, Yonghee Lee, Jie-Eun Choi, Minjeong Park, Chaiyoung Park, Mijin Chun, Esteban Ko, Seungah Cha, Soo Kang, Ji Hyang Yang, Soyoon Park, Sungsil Bae, Hayoung Do, Yoonhee Joe, Hye Ryoung Kim, Jihyun Kim, Chaiyoung Park, Eun Ju Kim, Hyun Ju Choi, Bongju Kim, Byun Seunghyuck, Minbong Song, Sara Shin, Youmi Kang, Youngjin Choi, Chanjai Park, Taiyup Kim, Hyesil Lee


Aram Tanis, Yeongkuk Yu and Harim Song

Liz Sweibel, Yu Sam Sung, Ji Young Shon

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176 Pages

Photo Festival Naarden

Joy, fear, pain, anger, happiness, sadness, wonder, anger, emotion, horror and pride; a selection of the emotions that we all encounter in our lives to a greater or lesser extent. Emotion, an inner perception of feeling, manifests itself in human beings in their body language. More and more we want to experience feelings, experience kicks and cross emotional boundaries. Photographic imagery makes an excellent carrier for conveying emotions and this is why this edition of the Epson FotoFestival Naarden is an ode to feelings. We do this under the title Emoticon (a contraction of the words emotion and icon), a term known from the internet and mobile phones. The festival has been divided into five sub-themes; Paradise, In Memoriam, Buy Me, Fear and Beautiful Freak.


Participating Artists: Niek Audenaerd, Ruth van Beek, Diana Blok, Sara Blokland, Marco van Duyvendijk, Ruud van Empel, Cor Jaring, Mischa Keijser, Dirk Kome, Yvonne Lacet, Kadir van Lohuizen, Awoiska van der Molen, Erwin Olaf, Jaap Scheeren, Marleen Sleeuwits, Niels Stomps, Aram Tanis, Rein Jelle Terpstra, Gerard Wessel, Thijs Wolzak, Jasper Zwartjes and others


20+ Years Witte de With


357 Pages

Witte de With Publishers

Encapsulating the multiple potentials of an art institution, 20+ YEARS WITTE DE WITH, is a richly illustrated survey publication. The book includes essays by the Dutch journalist Koen Kleijn, the British scholar and curator Andrew Renton and the Canadian artist Ken Lum – offering distinct hypotheses onto the institution’s past, present and future from three art world agents who have engaged with Witte de With on different levels. These external perspectives are followed by our year-by-year account – in images and texts – of every exhibition, book, education project and public event produced by Witte de With to date. Additionally, there are extensive listings of all staff and board members as well as an index of the over 2000 artists, curators, writers, designers, musicians, activists and more, who have contributed to the institution’s program over the years – names that reveal the sheer extent of talented people who have shaped and have in turn been shaped by Witte de With.


Participating Artists: Martin Boyce, Isa Genzken, Aram Tanis, Luc Tuymans, Germaine Kruip, Henning Bohl, Tobias Buche, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Pieter Hugo, Robin Rhode and others

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Art, Property of Politics II Freethinkers' Space


76 Pages

Van Abbe Museum

The project Art, Property of Politics II consists out of an exhibition of the Freethinkers’ Space in the Van Abbemuseum, who subsequently purchased the complete installation for its collection. This further included selected books from the Freethinkers’ Library and video registrations of the opening speeches by the curators of the Freethinkers’ Space. A publication documenting the artworks and the history of the Freethinkers’ Space was offered to visitors for free.

Participating Artists: Theo van Gogh, Gregorius Nekschot, Aram Tanis, Jaffe Vink, T., International Socialists, Kurt Westergaard and Gerrit van Kralingen

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WerkHaus zine

#2 Still Life


36 Pages

WorkHorse Collective

WerkHaus is a print and digital zine which offers a collective place to document and re-imagine our urban lives and spaces.


31 photographers/artists are featured in Issue 2. Artists were invited to make new work in response to the concept of Still Life, informed by the strange days of Covid. We asked people to push beyond the Doorstep Portraits that had been everywhere during 2020, and to find a new way to think about the idea of stillness and of our lives in lockdown.

Participating Artists: Adam Stent, Ania Ready, Aram Tanis, Audrey Gillespie, Becky Morris Knight, Bethany Flint, Bronagh May O’Connor, Catalina Aranguren, Chris Lael Larson, Darren O’Brien, Emil Schneider, Julie Hamel, Kat Huber, Kinga Owczenniko, Lea Elm, lee Gavin, Leonidas Kosmidis, Luke Hayes, Marcia Pitch, Marina Tsaregorodtseva, Nick Tarasov, Olga Rerbo, Paul Rideout, Roz Pike, Ruby Deverell, Steve Jones, T. Brian Hager, Tallulah Greenwood, Tony Bowen, Trevor Coppersmith and Verity Adriana 


Beautiful Distress



192 Pages


Foundation The Fifth Season and Foundation Beautiful Distress

The book Beautiful Distress is the result of the Beautiful Distress Art Manifestation about insanity, which took place in Amsterdam in the autumn of 2017, organized by the foundations The Fifth Season and Beautiful Distress. The book consists of the exhibition catalog, a number of connecting texts and a report of the symposium with recommendations to combat the stigmatization of mental illness.


Participating Artists: Laurence Aëgerter, Aram Tanis, Marieke Zwart, Aldo van den Broek, Yasmijn Karhof, Dirk van Lieshout, Voebe de Gruyter, Marijn Ottenhof, Coco Young, Domenico Mangano & Marieke van Rooy, Kostana Banovic, Doris Denekamp & Geert van Mil, Jantine Wijnja, Rebecca Chamberlain, Guy Richards Smit, Frank Koolen, Anno Dijkstra, Aimée Zito Lema, Alet Pilon, Lotte van Lieshout, Jikke van Loon, Marisca Voskamp, Annemiek Vera, Jean Bernard Koeman, Annaleen Louwes, Christiaan Bastiaans, Berend Strik, Erik van Lieshout, Roy Villevoye, Fransje Killaars, Ingmar Heytze, Lisette Verkerk, Menno Wigman, Tobias Groot, Enrico Garzaro, Anna Lenartowska and others


Amsterdam Blues



126 Pages



Amsterdam Blues bears its name well. There's a lot of grit to Aram Tanis' work, one that you'd be hard pressed to find in the cloroxed city of Amsterdam these days. It shows the bizarre and erotic which have since the 1990s given way to a more hygienic debauchery. Tanis' voyeuristic collection of Nan Goldin-ish vignettes rings true with nostalgia for a time when dirty was dirty, not staged for tourists; what his lens has captured leaves us wondering if such a disheveled Amsterdam can indeed still be found.


Tanis' talent also lies in juxtaposition; matching compositions, contrasting subjects, marriages sometimes witty and sometimes simply esthetically intriguing. 


Amsterdam Blues is a bewitching vision of discombobulated times gone by, and Tanis plays well with the beauty of the ugly and uncomfortable. In that way Amsterdam Blues is cohesive and eyebrow-raising - and with a little imagination, you can almost hear the punk rock soundtrack.



#24 The Subjective Tour Guide to Amsterdam


160 Pages

Propaganda Press

Amsterdam has for many years been known as a very tolerant and “free” place, but now something has changed.

The question lies in how culture and design can participate in a debate about the city. How can design be subversive and propose alternative uses/views on objects, infrastructure, politics in the city? For this issue of Graphic magazine we suggest a subjective tour guide to Amsterdam to reveal these questions.

Participating Artists: Aram Tanis, Axel Kolthof, Bitcaves (Femke Herregraven, Nina Støttrup Larsen), Catarina Neves Ricci, Chris Lee, Experimental Jetset, FOUNDLAND, Henrik van Leeuwen, Jacqueline Schoemaker, John Simons, Katja Novitskova, Mediamatic (Abel van Gijlswijk), Michael Rock, Michiel Shuurman, Moonsick Gang, Our Polite Society (Jens Schildt), Paul Gangloff, Peter Bilak, Rory Hyde, Sachi Miyachi, UnDutchables (Colin White, Laurie Boucke), Warren Lee, Wineke Gartz, Yuri Veerman, 75B

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