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Roee Rosen

A reading table at Page Not Found


11/02/2022 –
– 27/03

Visitors could find a stand full of Roee Rosen’s publications at Page Not Found’s bookshop further down our street. In addition to Rosen’s solo exhibition Kafka for Kids and The Dust Channel, we collaborated with Page Not Found, who arranged a reading table where visitors could find a selection of publications by the artist.

Page Not Found is a non-profit space based in The Hague’s Boekhorststraat, whose aim is to promote publishing as artistic practice, and to make artists’ publications and related writings accessible to a wider audience.

The space combines a bookstore and a cultural platform for artist talks, performances, lectures and workshops. As their bookstore is specialized in artist-made publications and printed matter, their cultural platform produces a program of public events which focuses on introducing these contemporary and independent publishing practices to the public. The platform invites artists, designers and writers to reflect on and share their publishing practice.

Find Page Not Found at Boekhorststraat 126-128 in The Hague. They are open from Wednesday through Sunday, from 13:00 to 18:00, as well as by appointment.


About Roee Rosen:

Roee (b. 1963) is an Israeli-American artist, filmmaker and writer, whose work deals primarily with the representation of desire and structural violence. He is known for his multilayered and provocative work which often challenges the divides between history and the present, documentary and fiction, politics and erotics. Using a vast array of fictional characters and iconographic motifs and codes, the artist refers to, and transforms, not only the canon of the historical avant-garde, but also popular media, political propaganda, and classic children’s fairy tales.


Rosen’s works were exhibited at the Venice Film Festival (2011), Documenta 14 (2016), the Oberhausen Film Festival (2012), La Roche sur Yon festival (2013), and FICUNAM festival, Mexico City (2018), the Centre Pompidou, Paris (2018), the Arts Project Centre, Dublin (2019), and Charlottenborg Kunsthal, Copenhagen (2019). His movie Kafka for Kids was selected for the tiger competition at the International Film Festival Rotterdam (2022), and he’s exhibiting at the Kunstmuseum Luzern the coming year. Rosen was the recipient of the Orizzonti award for best medium-length film (2011); special mention at the Rome International Film Festival (2013); Best film award at Bucharest International Experimental Film Festival (2014) and was nominated for the European Academy award (2011), amongst being recipient and nominee for multiple other awards. Rosen’s two latest books were published by Sternberg Press, and he’s currently working on a book which is partly published by Steirischer Herbst. He’s a professor at Ha’Midrasha Faculty of Arts at the Beit Berl College and Bezalel Art Academy of Arts and Design in Israel.


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