Amsterdam Magical Centre: Art and Counter Culture 1967 - 1970

Exhibition Overview


Eventstructure Research Group, 'Tubing', Frederiksplein, Amsterdam, part of 'Six Events', September 1969.
Eventstructure Research Group, 'Tubing', Frederiksplein, Amsterdam, part of 'Six Events', September 1969.

Amsterdam Magical Centre – Art and Counter Culture 1967-1970 is an interdisciplinary exhibition that uncovers fresh insights into the transnational developments of the era, and explores Amsterdam as a vibrant international hub and laboratory for artistic and social innovation. Featuring work by artists including Stanley Brouwn, Maria van Elk, Ger van Elk, Ben d’Armagnac, Wim T. Schippers, Ferdi and the Event Structure Research Group.

The exhibition Amsterdam Magical Centre is made in close collaboration with the Rijksmuseum. With thanks to the International Institute for Social History, and Sound and Vision, the Dutch Institute for Media Culture.

(Photo: Pieter Boersma)

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