“Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” – Henna Hyvärine

Tuesday 7 March from 18.00-19.00 As part of W139’s current exhibition, Dead Skin Cash, six artists are invited to react to the prompt “Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” by curating a playlist of visual and audio materials for this weekly screening program. Henna Hyvärinen (born in Iisalmi, Finland) is an artist [...]

“Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” – Henna Hyvärine2023-01-23T16:53:19+01:00

“Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” – G

Tuesday 28 February from 18.00-19.00 As part of W139’s current exhibition, Dead Skin Cash, six artists are invited to react to the prompt “Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” by curating a playlist of visual and audio materials for this weekly screening program. Luton, The Galaxy, The Mall. Mourning, natural death/doulaship The [...]

“Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” – G2023-01-23T16:53:27+01:00

“Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” – Nolwenn Vuillier

Tuesday 21 February from 18.00-19.00 As part of W139’s current exhibition, Dead Skin Cash, six artists are invited to react to the prompt “Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” by curating a playlist of visual and audio materials for this weekly screening program. Nolwenn Vuillier is a visual artist whose practice questions [...]

“Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” – Nolwenn Vuillier2023-01-23T16:53:35+01:00

“Who can afford not to sell their own skin?” – Jay Tan

Tuesday 14 February from 18.00-19.00 As part of W139's current exhibition, Dead Skin Cash, six artists are invited to react to the prompt “Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” by curating a playlist of visual and audio materials for this weekly screening program. Jay Tan was born in London and moved to [...]

“Who can afford not to sell their own skin?” – Jay Tan2023-01-23T16:53:42+01:00

“Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” – Sophie Soobramanien

Tuesday 7 February from 18.00-19.00 As part of W139's current exhibition, Dead Skin Cash, six artists are invited to react to the prompt “Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” by curating a playlist of visual and audio materials for this weekly screening program. Sophie Soobramanien (b. 1995) is a British Mauritian artist [...]

“Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” – Sophie Soobramanien2023-01-23T16:53:57+01:00

“Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” – Mariana Penas Charrua

Tuesday 31 January from 18.00-19.00  As part of W139's current exhibition, Dead Skin Cash, six artists are invited to react to the prompt “Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” by curating a playlist of visual and audio materials for this weekly screening program. Mariana Charrua is a ______tourist, artist_________ from Portugal.  Her [...]

“Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” – Mariana Penas Charrua2023-01-23T16:54:14+01:00

Tickets ‘As far as eye can see’

'As far as eye can see' is open daily from 12.00 till 18.00 from the 22nd of August until the 6th of September. You can reserve a free spot by choosing a date and one hour time slot below. This system helps us guide your corona proof visit. Next to reserving online, you can [...]

Tickets ‘As far as eye can see’2020-08-25T16:26:13+01:00

Tickets market

market is open daily from 12.00 till 20.00 from the 1st until the 21st of June. Free admission subject to availability. Reservations are required. Reserve here up to 15 minutes before your visit. Pay-what-you-will. W139 is a non-profit, donation based, organisation. We appreciate any donation but suggest €2,50 or more per visitor. Scroll down [...]

Tickets market2020-08-25T16:27:54+01:00

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