'Symposium Naoorlogse Monumentale Wandkunst', Amsterdam, Dec 2018

On Thursday 6 December, the city of Amsterdam is organizing a symposium on post-war monumental wall art. In the past two years, Amsterdam's monumental wall art from the Reconstruction Period (1945-1975) has been inventoried and assessed at the request of the City Council. In this symposium, a number of speakers, will discuss post-war wall art from different angles:

-Martijn Sandberg, artist and member of the Sounding Board Group for Wall Art
-Meinke Horn, advisor for wall art, Lex Horn Foundation
-Simone Vermaat, Rijksdienst voor Cultureel Erfgoed and member of the Sounding Board Group for Wall Art

Date: 6 December 2018, 2-6 pm
Location: House of Watt, James Wattstraat 73, Amsterdam

A publication about the inventarisation of the Postwar Monumental Wall Art Amsterdam will be published. It includes a text contribution by Martijn Sandberg, entitled 'Het Handschrift van de Tijd' ('The Handwriting of Time').

Research Project: Postwar Monumental Wall Art Amsterdam
Inventarisation: Yteke Spoelstra - Norman Vervat
Sounding Board Group: Frans van Burkom - Martijn Sandberg - Simone Vermaat

Click here for text in Dutch, as pdf.





'Postwar Monumental Wall Art in Amsterdam', publication, BMA, Municipality Amsterdam.
Symposium Naoorlogse Monumentale Wandkunst, Amsterdam, 6 December 2018.




'Niks aan de Wand? Niks aan de Hand!' Lecture by Martijn Sandberg. (image: title page)
Symposium Naoorlogse Monumentale Wandkunst, Amsterdam, 6 December 2018.


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