A room filled with balloons kicks off the exhibition ‘SAY CHEESE!’, the second exhibition at the new Museum Voorlinden.
The exhibition brings together 54 works to form a coherent reflection of Creed’s versatile and characteristic oeuvre and has been realized in close collaboration with the artist.
The performances, that are also a part of Creed’s show, are on display at set times. For more information, see below.
Work No. 850 (2008) (runners)
On Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00 am until 2:00 pm
Work No. 2734 (2016) (roving musicians)
On Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 2:00 pm until 4:00 pm
And on other days in a smaller formation.
Work No. 736 (2007) (piano player)
On display daily
‘SAY CHEESE!’ invites the viewer to journey in to the inner world of Martin Creed: a world that often functions as a critique of society through its humor and tongue-in-cheek irony. The visitor encounters works with cacti, balls and light bulbs, stacks of toilet paper rolls, chairs, tables and a wall covered with broccoli paintings. In the midst of the artworks live piano music is heard – played according to precise instructions from the artist and witnessed by an incongruous marathon runner who periodically passes through the museum.