Join us for the 2018 edition of the Amsterdam Art Weekend, that will take place from November 22 until November 25

Please note that during Amsterdam Art Weekend Galerie Ron Mandos has adjusted opening times:

Friday 23 November 10.00 - 21.00 hrs
Saturday 24 November 12.00 - 20.00 hrs
Sunday 25 November 12.00 - 17.00 hrs

Kendell Geers invites you to join him in a journey that is "Voetstoots" – an Afrikaans word meaning “sold as seen”. In this multimedia performance, presented without reservation or qualification and spoken with his tongue firmly in his cheek, Geers weaves together historical fact, mythology, fiction and fantasy with an uncompromising interrogation of his personal identity. Tighten the seat belts of your expectations and open your minds to a race through time in a spectacular detour through history by a master trickster of the spoken word.

Please find our complete program for the upcoming days below:


10.00 - 15.00 hrs | Gallery preview for Art Professionals
17.00 - 21.00 hrs | Vernissage Amsterdam Art Weekend 22-25 Nov

The Evening Vernissage will be accompanied by bites and special drinks from South-Africa and the Czech Republic

17.00 - 18.00 hrs | Gallery Tour by curator Marian Cousjin
19.00 - 20.00 hrs | Gallery Tour by curator Marian Cousjin  


16.00 - 17.00 hrs | Artist Talk by Kendell Geers
17.00 - 18.00 hrs | Meet and Greet with Kendell Geers

Supported by Castello di Ama


13.00 - 13.30 hrs | Gallery Tour by team Ron Mandos
14.00 - 14.30 hrs | Gallery Tour by team Ron Mandos
15.00 - 15.30 hrs | Gallery Tour by team Ron Mandos

ABOUT Kendell Geers


ABOUT Krištof Kintera

Krištof Kintera (1973) is probably today’s most challenging and respected artist working in the Czech Republic. His works mainly explore the boundaries of contemporary sculpture. Kintera’s practice unfolds from public installations to small kinetic devices. What makes his work special is that he despite this obvious catchiness; he is able to make sharp, often intuitive decisions that produce a far more multi-layered experience. This results in poetic images and an ambiguity, notably in his sculptures, in their engagement with main topics of our times.

The artist oeuvre is rooted in the ‘after the wall’ period of the 90’s, a decade of wild capitalisation in Central and Eastern Europe accompanied by aggressive advertising campaigns in the public space. In this period Kintera produced his now famous Appliances series. These beautiful products, sculptures slickly enclosed in commercial packaging have no other goal than to seduce you. These absurd household appliances clearly illustrate the artist’s ability to create sculptures that are iconic works by engaging with the materiality of objects and with issues of ecology and consumption.