23–26 April 2020
Stockholm
23–26 April 2020
Stockholm

Plan B

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Plan B is an independent Amsterdam based artist-run space founded by 
artist Tarja Szaraniec in September 2006. In 2009 artist Tomas Adolfs got involved and set up the Plan B Multiple Store for which presented artists would produce a Multiple work that was sold here.
Plan B has been working with a range of young artists in short, small to medium sized group exhibitions, 
videoscreenings, one-night events, Plan B residency presentations and the 
first releases of theme-zine the Sessions. 
After three years of making exhibitions in Plan B's canalhouse in the citycenter of Amsterdam, Plan B is now continuing on a more flexible base, without a static location. Closely related to the artistic, researching and producing matters that it stems from it is a flexible platform that can take different shapes and functions.

Plan B is ad-hoc and  strongly believes that there is more in between the ironic and the iconic.

Plan B is an independent Amsterdam based artist-run space founded by 
artist Tarja Szaraniec in September 2006. In 2009 artist Tomas Adolfs got involved and set up the Plan B Multiple Store for which presented artists would produce a Multiple work that was sold here.
Plan B has been working with a range of young artists in short, small to medium sized group exhibitions, 
videoscreenings, one-night events, Plan B residency presentations and the 
first releases of theme-zine the Sessions. 
After three years of making exhibitions in Plan B's canalhouse in the citycenter of Amsterdam, Plan B is now continuing on a more flexible base, without a static location. Closely related to the artistic, researching and producing matters that it stems from it is a flexible platform that can take different shapes and functions.

Plan B is ad-hoc and  strongly believes that there is more in between the ironic and the iconic.

Erica van Loon, Non-Fictive trip #V, 2010 (projected photo, variable dimensions)
Erica Van Loon, “Fieldwork”, filmstill ,HD video, 16:9, 4:41 min., with sound, 2011
Monica Tormell “New Laws”, mixed media,variable dimensions 2010
Monica Tormell “The Rythmic events of Quasi Lab", 2010
Charlott Markus, A not so still life (Tabula Rasa), 2011, Dimensions: 450x750x450 cm, documentation view in FOAM, Amsterdam 2011
Charlott Markus, ...First as tragedy, second as farce, 2010, Dimensions: 305x650 cm, documentation view in P/////AKT, Amsterdam 2010
Tarja Szaraniec “I Know You're There II”, mixed media on paper, variable dimensions, 2011
Tarja Szaraniec, "Polyester Daydreaming ArchiveII" Carribean studioview mixed media , variable dimensions, 2011