Public Art. Amsterdam


Ontmoetingsplaats 21ste eeuw

Figuren en Vuur





Mensen op strand met parasol

Monument voor de Vrede



Blauwe Boog

Jongen met Haan

Papieren vliegtuigpijl


Senza Parole


Zonder moeite niets (Het Sieraad)

Herdenkingsmonument voor slachtoffers Tweede Wereldoorlog

De Wending 666/999



Het Molecularium


Zonder Titel (hekwerk poort)

Home is where the heart is: de potkachel


Strike a Pose – Wafae Ahalouch

Amsterdam, the magic center, art and counterculture 1967-1970

Schip van Slebos

De Appel

Het Bankje

Het Raam

De Oude Kerk

Het Stoepje


De Brug

De Brug


Het Zandkasteel en de Amsterdamse Poort

How to Kill a Tree, Edward Clydesdale Thomson

City Cells

Nelson Mandela

Monument tegen Apartheid en Racisme


Spanje Monument

De Muur

Gedenkteken Steven van Dorpel

De Grote Glijbaan

Yellow Wings

Dolle Mina

Man en Schaap

Hortus Botanicus

Portrait of Jan Pieterszoon Coen, J.L. Vreugde

Anton de Kom

Now, Speak!

Tayouken Piss

Monument Bijlmerramp

Sequin Monument

Mama Aisa

Zonder titel (Twee Schuine Naalden)

Nationaal Monument Slavernijverleden

Monument for Martin Luther King


Voor de Bijen

Industrieel Monument

The Black Archives


Corned Beef


Brace for Impact, Node #6

Untitled (You Don’t Have To Be Here)



Groot Landschap

De 7 poorten


De Kies

Black Waves

Tectona Grandis

Stapeling omlaag

Animaris Rhinoseros Transport

Tuinen van West

De Poort van Constant

Fietstunnel station Amsterdam CS




IJ boulevard

ADM monument

De Ceuvel



De Ceuvel

Gedenkteken Ataturk

Twee Beelden

Sunday Seminar Pay Attention Please! curating the city

Official Opening Pay Attention Please!

De Kost en de Baat

Van Eesteren Museum and Aldo van Eyck’s climbing frames

Constructie met I-balken, André Volten

Mirage, Tamás Kaszás

Rembo, Bastienne Kramer

Untitled, Margot Zanstra

Horse Chestnut, Amok Island

2 U’s naar buiten / 2 U’s naar binnen, Carel Visser

Opstandingskerk, Marius Duintjer


WOW Amsterdam

Leonard van Munster, Under Heaven 02

Lex Horn, Concrete relief Hendrik de Keyser

Het Wiel, Jeroen Henneman

Herbert Nouwens, Brettensuite

White Noise

De Wachter

Feestelijke Beelden (festive sculptures)

Your Life is Calling


Primum movens ultimum moriens

11 Rue Simon Crubellier

Lady Solid

Opgelichte Stoeptegels

Ode to Mungus, Menhir Tower and Spire

Untitled (Hildo)

The First Turk Immigrant or The Nameless Heroes of The Revolution – Framer Framed

Amsterdam, the Magic Center Art and counterculture 1967-1970, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

Monument for the White Cube – P/////AKT

Monuments to the Unsung – Framer Framed

wild care, tame neglect – Frankendael Foundation

GET LOST – art route, several artists

Ode to the Bijlmer – CBK Zuidoost

Untitled (You Don’t Have To Be Here) – De Appel

We should have a conversation (2018) – De Appel

Fiep van Bodegom

Roos van Rijswijk

Alma Mathijsen

Massih Hutak

Chris Keulemans

Rashid Novaire


Kunstroute Zuid

  • tijdelijk — tot 22/06/2019
  • accessible

Public Art Amsterdam cordially invites you to the official opening of the manifestation

Pay Attention Please!

Friday June 22nd from 5pm
Gustav Mahlerplein, Amsterdam

The opening of Pay Attention Please! is in collaboration with GET LOST-art route, one of Public Art Amsterdams partners.Programme

17.00  Start
17.30   Welcome by Jeroen Boomgaard, LAPS/Gerrit Rietveld Academie
17.40   Official opening by alderman Touria Meliani 

17.50   Introduction by Cecile Wentges, GET LOST-art route
From 18.00 drinks, soup, guided tours by GET LOST-art route and performances:

Performance hosted by Get Lost-art route
Work your ass off, Hee-ha! Hee-ha!
Anna Frijstein

‘You are your work, your work is you. You represent your work, your work represents you’ is one of the performance and instruction film’s slogans, in which a life coach demonstrates how you can be successful at work. It can be watched and applied any time and anywhere: at home, in the office, at the gym, the coffee bar or on the go. Do we work simply for work’s sake? Is working towards a more successful self the actual work? Is this work ethic based on the norm, a sense of duty or perhaps a strong will?

Performance hosted by TAAK
Minimum Wage Dress Code (a variation)
Alina Lupu

What is the etiquette involved in being a food delivery courier? Does one get trained to fit the part? How does one learn to navigate the role and can this role be transgressed? As with any new job, there seems to be an unwritten script which is followed. Be assigned an order, pick it up, give it to the customer, rinse, repeat. This time around though, there’s a glitch in the system and a way of relating which goes beyond the usual.

Performance hosted by Frankendael Foundation
How to kill a tree
Edward Clydesdale Thomson

The play ‘How to kill a tree’ by Edward Clydesdale Thomson follows the lives of five trees across a 500 year period from the 1550’s. There is an old Sámi belief that certain trees have only just lost the power of voice; Thomson picks up that idea to speculate on just what the trees might say to each other, or perhaps even to us. (Première: 27 June 20:30, Huize Frankendael)

20.00 – 00.00 uur: Afterparty in Tripolis (Burgerweeshuispad 100)

During the opening weekend of Pay Attention Please!, from June 21 to June 24, various events are programmed by the participating partners. Visit the mini-symposium: The Pitfalls and Potentionalities of Gentrification at Broedplaats Lely on Thursday 21 juni, and the Sunday Seminar | Pay Attention Please! curating the city in the Stedelijk Museum on 24 juni. More information:

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