Featuring works by Francis Alys (b. 1959, BE), Matilde Cassani (b. 1980, IT), Marlene Dumas (b. 1953, SA), Fallen Fruit (founded 2004, USA), Andrea Éva Győri (1985, HU), Boris Mikhailov (b. 1938, UA), Filippo Minelli (b. 1983, IT), Erkan Özgen (b. 1971, TU) and Erik van Lieshout (b. 1968, NL), Manifesta Revisited turns the recent history of the biennial into a visual reflection on urgent topics such as migration, climate change, globalisation and its side effects on European society.

Manifesta Revisited is a group exhibition of works commissioned by Manifesta for the latest editions of the biennial, that have never been shown before in the Netherlands. Organised by the Manifesta team, the exhibition takes place at Manifesta’s headquarters on the Herengracht 474, Amsterdam from the 22nd of November 2019 to 22nd of May 2020.

For the first time ever works commissioned by Manifesta as site specific interventions in different European locations, such as Saint Petersburg, Zurich and Palermo, will be brought to Amsterdam. These works were specifically made to be shown in the host cities, now they will travel to Amsterdam for new audiences to discover them. Manifesta Revisited aims at inspiring a critical reflection on Manifesta’s ongoing investigation into research-driven, socially-engaged practices and new curatorial models.

On the occasion of the Amsterdam Art Weekend, a performance by Andrea Éva Győri will take place at Manifesta’s headquarters at the Herengracht 474, Amsterdam on Friday the 22nd of November and on Saturday the 23rd of November, from 17:00 to 18:00. Due to limited capacity, please rsvp by sending an email to rsvp@manifesta.org.

Opening hours during Amsterdam Art Weekend (from the 22nd to 24th of November 2019)
Fr 22 Nov 17-19h
Sat 23 Nov 12-19h
Sun 24 Nov 12-17h

Opening hours during exhibition period (from 25th of November 2019 to the 22nd of May 2020)
Mon – Fri 11 – 16h
By appointment only (office@manifesta.org)