Point of View
13 jun 2018 - 1 jul 2018

Point of View

The world of generation 2000


Stedelijk Museum Breda presents Point of View, an exhibition made with and by secondary school students in Breda. The aim of this exhibition is to provide a new generation with a platform.

Thirteen students were invited to act as junior curators to compile and design the exhibition. Under the supervision of Stedelijk Museum Breda employees, the junior curators selected work made by fellow students. They also provided an exhibition concept, wrote panel texts and designed the exhibition. This has allowed the students to experience all of the aspects involved in creating an exhibition.

The world of generation 2000
In Point of View, the curators and artists want to show what topics are engaging them. In doing so, they offer their audience new perspectives on the world. The selection of works expresses a clear call for self-reflection: what is your point of view?

Stedelijk Museum Breda organises an exhibition every year with junior curators from secondary schools in Breda. In 2018 these are Stedelijk Gymnasium Breda, the Onze Lieve Vrouwelyceum, the NewmancollegeMarkenhageScalaMencia de Mendoza Lyceum and De Nassau

The exhibition is made possible with the support of Cultuurwinkel Breda.

Junior curators
Elodie Elshout, Tessel Haagen, Jisse Hogeweg, Sofie de Jong, Anne Knoop, Nina Knuit, Bran Makkinga, Sanne Marteijn, Elena Moll, Rani Overduin, Marieke van der Plas, Evy van Seters and Megan Sminia. 

Jesse de Graaf, Pien Herber, Sarah Saleh, Fien van Gool, Sofie de Jong, Eelco Wang, Rosa Floris, Marnix Meeuwis, Oscar Vos, Anneliek Bastiaanssen, Niels Weijtens, Sofia Freye Viveros, Ewa Bednarek, Enola Verhagen, Silke Vonk, Sterre van Dijk, Casper de Haas, Maxime Sanders, Kendra Koopmans, Esmée Martens and Thirza de Koning.

Point of View is located in NEXT, the project space of Stedelijk Museum Breda. In NEXT, the museum organises projects and activities as part of the Breda I.S.M. participation programme. There are also exhibitions, workshops, lectures and educational programmes for schools, groups and visitors. Admission to NEXT is free and has the same opening hours as the museum.

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