As the first of three phases of redesigns in the display of its collections, in an attempt to present fresh perspectives, the Stedelijk museum in Amsterdam has put together “Tomorrow is a Different Day”, an exhibition by international artists who are helping shape the the global narrative today and tomorrow. The exhibition intentionally features some artists that have been less visible in the museum’s collection over time and others, like El anatsui, whose work have been recently purchased to deepen the collection. Participating artists are Etel Adnan, Francis Alÿs, Belén, Rachid Ben Ali, Ben Laloua/Didier Pascal, Jop van Bennekom, Cosima von Bonin, Simnikiwe Buhlungu, Danielle Dean, Rineke Dijkstra, Marlene Dumas, Shannon Ebner, El Anatsui, Esiri Erheriene-Essi, Foundland, Karl Fritsch, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Gillion Grantsaan, Hans Gremmen, Joseph Grigely, Xu Han, Harvey Bouterse, Marit van Heumen, Sheila Hicks, Richard Hutten, Steffani Jemison, Remy Jungerman, Patricia Kaersenhout, Iris Kensmil, Jeff Koons, Czar Kristoff, Otto Künzli, Don Yaw Kwaning, Charl Landvreugd, Louise Lawler, Olia Lialina, Harmen Liemburg, Angela Luna, Max Kisman, Steve McQueen, Christien Meindertsma, Metahaven, Issey Miyake, Manfred Nisslmüller, Otobong Nkanga, Bodil Ouedraogo, Noon Passama, Marcel Pinas, Sigmar Polke, Michel Quarez, Karim Rashid, Raw Color, Willem de Rooij, Daan Roosegaarde, Lotty Rosenfeld, Swip Stolk , Martine Syms, Ikko Tanaka, Michael Tedja, Anna Tereshkina, Wolfgang Tillmans, Frank Tjepkema, Danh Vo, Witho Worms, and Billie Zangewa.
The Stedelijk Museum will be presenting a selection of works from its collection from 1980 til present
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam