November 14 – Januari 30

Opening Saturday November 14 from 17:00 – 19:00 hrs

opening hours:
Thursday and Saturday 12:00 – 17:00 hrs

Redactor VIII, 2014
Enamel, pigment, cold wax, tape, vinyl, aluminum, paper, canvas/canvas
180 x 150 cm.


7 november – 19 December

Opening Saturday 7 November from 18:00 – 21:00 hrs.

BOESKE & HOFLAND amsterdam leipzig
Spinnereistrasse 7 / Halle B4

opening hours:
Thursday and Friday 12:00 – 18:00 hrs
Saturday 11:00 – 16:00 hrs

On the 12th of September 2015 Gerhard Hofland together with Francis Boeske Projects will open a new gallery in Leipzig, for one year and under the name of BOESKE & HOFLAND amsterdam leipzig. It will be the start of a special collaboration on a unique location.

Leipzig is a characteristic city with a cultural and artistic climate. The city is especially famous for the modern art movement Die Leipziger Schule and later Die Neue Leipziger Schule that brought to the fore the painters: Neo Rauch, Matthias Weischer, David Schnell and Christoph Ruckhäberle. There are several cultural institutions for modern and contemporary art in Leipzig, such as the Museum für Bildende Kunsten, the just opened G2 Kunsthalle and two Kunstvereins.

The gallery will be part of the main cultural centre of Leipzig, which is called the Spinnerei. It is a vibrant cultural hot spot located at the west side of the city. The Spinnerei is a former cotton-spinning factory complex, an historic and authentic place that has given room to many galleries, exhibitions, artists and other creatives since 2004. Several established and international contemporary art galleries are located at the Spinnerei, among others: EIGEN + ART, ASPN, Galerie Kleindienst, Galerie Jochen Hempel and Galerie Dukan Leipzig-Paris.

Amidst this 'cosmos of art' BOESKE & HOFLAND amsterdam leipzig will reside. The exhibitions will be duo presentations; a combination of the artists of each gallery.

Joost Krijnen
Landscape, 2014,
colored pencil on paper,
32 x 24 cm

22 - 29 November RAI Amsterdam

Eugène Brands
Koen Delaere
Dimitar Genchev
Jochen Mühlenbrink
Jan van der Ploeg
Henk Stallinga
Johan Tahon

Henk Stallinga
Light Sculpture
135 x 90 x 30 cm
Mixed media