14 March - 10 May 2013

'Double Dutch' brings together the work of Bas Jan ADER, Stanley BROUWN and Ger VAN ELK: three of the most important Dutch artists of the 1960s and 1970s. Exhibited together for the first time, each of these three artists have been significant contributions to the development of Conceptual art. 


The Netherlands, in particular Amsterdam, was the centre for Conceptual art, with many artists tracing their inspiration and influences back to the city. A recent survey, featuring these three artists, was held a MOMA, New York in 2009, entitled In & Out of Amsterdam, Travels in Conceptual Art, 1960-1976.