Past Projects

The first two editions were held at Westergas in Amsterdam. The first edition came out of the exhibition ‘Lots Of Things Like This’ in New York at the Apexart Gallery, put together by Dave Eggers. 

A Perfect Day Foundation

A Perfect Day is a platform where artists reflect, through drawings with text, on the absurd, poetic, frustrating and glorious daily life accompanied by experiment in music and performances. It organizes events (online and offline) and, in collaboration with artists, gives a stage to this art of drawing.

Mission
A Perfect Day wants to contribute to a larger stage of a specific movement within the art of drawing and for the arts in the general. It aims to provide the necessary absurdity and perspective, and bring humor and enlightenment to this complex society.

We consider the art that A Perfect Day brings a unique, very direct, and accessible form of expression. No matter how personal the gaze of the various artists may seem, the work we show evokes universal thoughts and emotions. The work can challenge, provoke and provide reflection.


Thankful ︎
Without the support of these foundations this project would not have been possible;
AFK, Fonds 21, Mondriaan Fonds Pictoright,
Prins Bernard Cultuurfonds


Office A Perfect Day
Willem Beukelsstraat 42
1097CT Amsterdam
the Netherlands
info@aperfectday.amsterdam
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People
Initiative
Corine Haitjema, Paul Faassen & Olga Scholten
Production & financiën
Corine Haitjema
Exhibition curators
Paul, Olga
Live Program content
Corine, Paul Olga
Development Workshops
Maarten Bel
Production
Shireen Lilith van Dorp
Production en finance assistent
Anne-Nynke Knol
Marketing & content
Eveline Prins
Exhibition design
Paulien Bremmer


bestuur A Perfect Day
Freek Kuin, voorzitter
Pjotr de Jong, secretaris
Anne-Marie Jansen, lid
Paul van Boekel, penningmeester
Het bestuur werkt onbezoldigd

RSIN  860240654

APD Codes & Practice

statuten APD
beleidsplan APD
jaarverslag 2019
jaarverslag 2020



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