Guided tour > Crying until laughing

On 12 January 2023 (Thursday) from 6pm, Johan Gustavsson and Clara Pallí Monguilod, the curators of 1646 Experimental Art Space (The Hague) will give a guided tour in the exhibition Crying until laughing.

Following the guided tour, we will screen the film entitled Kafka for Kids by Roee Rosen in Trafóclub. The screening will take place in English.

Entrance is free, all are welcome!

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Crying until laughing 

On view:  2022/12/17 - 2023/02/12
Exhibiting artists: Afra Eisma, Ghita Skali, Marnix van Uum, Shana Moulton, Pauline Curnier Jardin, Carmen Roca Igual
Curated by Johan Gustavsson & Clara Pallí Monguilod | 1646, Hague

In our fascinating but unfortunately, harsh, and unfair world, it can be difficult to cope with situations or conditions that force us to confront our own and other’s vulnerability. Such situations can be overwhelming or leave us feeling powerless. 
The exhibition Crying until laughing brings together artists for whom humour is a catalyst to push beyond normative limitations and our perceived realities. These artists work with topics going from the everyday humdrum to geopolitics, from the simple embarrassment of blushing to the corporate imposed interests in our body and wellbeing, from the overwhelming pressures of social media to the burdens of having to succeed in life. They touch upon complex matters that most of us deal with. 
The exhibition is a collaboration between Trafó Gallery and 1646 Experimental Art Space, The Hague.

Our ticket office is closed until 22 August.:
  • Main hall performance days: 5 pm - 10 pm
  • studio and club performance days: 5 pm - 8:30 pm
  • other days: 5pm - 8 pm
Trafó Gallery opening hours:
  • Until September 2024 Trafó Gallery is closed for a summer break.
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