35 Artists have been inspired by the postmodern avant-garde artist, his music, his life and his striking personality. In this exhibition you can see just as many stories in the form of paintings, drawings, objects and photos about one of the most important icons of our time.
The exhibition can be seen from July 22 to August 29, including during the adjusted programming of the annual Amsterdam Gay Pride.
From Thursday, July 16 to Saturday, July 18 (15:00 – 20:00), 4 visitors can visit the exhibition for half an hour.
Perhaps a David Bowie song will be sung live for you.
After the opening days, the exhibition can be seen until August 29.
The GO Gallery is then open from Wednesday to Saturday from 12:00 to 18:00.
We follow government and RIVM guidelines regarding Covid-19.
The Mexican artist Frida Kahlo is an icon that appeals to the imagination of many. Her turbulent, tragic life certainly contributes to that! Frida Kahlo is regarded in art history as one of the most important female artists of the 20th century. In her paintings she knew like no other how to connect her personal destiny with Mexican folk art, that was unique at the time! 30 artists have given their homage to this fantastic artist in their own way and in their own style.
The opening of Viva Frida! on July 13, 2019 celebrates the 65th death anniversary of the amazing Frida Kahlo.
The exhibition is on display until August 24th and is also part of the Art & Culture Pride.
6 Artists will show their new works in our new exhibition PINK with PRIDE 2018. ENDLESS, René Zuiderveld, Chris Marmier, Holger Zimmerman, Ard Doko & R’JEAN.
Noteworthy is the work of the Rotterdam photographer R’JEAN.
His new collection, ‘Drag Royals – Each Side Has a Face’ is a series of photos of Drag Kings & Queens, half in the make-up and half a wig.
All manual work, there is no photo shop involved.
Finally we moved to our brand new gallery, not far from where we were located for 20 years: Marnixstraat 127 in Amsterdam.
The new location is still in the Jordaan, but much easier to access with public transport from Central Station and all other directions of the city (bus & tram stop across the gallery). We’re very happy being in this great authentic neighbourhood and our fantastic neighbours of ‘Duende Dos’, the famous Spanish tapas restaurant on the corner of Nieuwe Willemsstraat.
Our first exhibition is ‘PINK with PRIDE’, our annual Amsterdam GayPride exhibition. This exhibition shows the works of some young international talents, opening on Saturday July 15, 5 – 8 pm.
You will be welcomed by the Brothers Grimm.
Chris Marmier shows his new collection ‘Every day people..’ a humorous view on peoples lives. Giulia Pelizzaro Her artworks are mainly inspired by Street Art and doodle styles, she tells about ordinary situations towards contemporary lifestyles. Johan Ganpat Brouwer is the widower of Sanjay, an Amsterdam icon who passed away last year. Johan used the ashes to paint Sanjay’s portraits. All proceeds from sales will go towards foundation in Surinam to help improve the living conditions of LGBT and HIV community.
GO Gallery started a collaboration with BRODLIM, a collective of 2 entrepreneurs, working with 3 famous Street Artists: OKUDA, Julian Raynaud and Mr. Oneteas Continue reading “Exhibition ‘PINK with PRIDE 2017’”→
Peter Berlin, aka Baron Armin Hagen von Hoyningen-Huene (1942), has been for 3 decades, through the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s one of the worlds biggest gay icons.
His self-portraits, though which he created a brand new image of the masculine homosexual man, adorned the covers of countless gay magazines.
Peter Berlin’s solo show for Euro Pride will feature a stimulating collection of unique and hand edited vintage photographs and newer prints, where the artist portrays himself as the world’s first Selfie-photographer in erotic poses, both naked and clothed, in skin-tight outfits that he used to create for the shoots that left little to the imagination.
For EuroPride this summer, from July 24 – August 7, GO Gallery shows photographs by Peter Berlin.
Peter Berlin has been one of the worlds biggest gay icons for 3 decades, through the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. His self-portraits, though which he created a brand new image of the masculine homosexual man, adorned the covers of countless gay magazines.
More information soon! Or contact us if you’re too curious!