The Link Art Center @ Internet Yami-ichi, Amsterdam

The Link Art Center @ Internet Yami-ichi, Amsterdam

The Link Art Center is proud to announce that on the 9th and 10th of May, 2015, we will be participating in the Internet Yami-ichi / Black Market in Amsterdam. After being held in Tokyo, Berlin and Brussels, the event will take place at the Vlaams Cultuurhuis de Brakke Grond, and will involve more than 30 artists and institutions, including: Dries Depoorter, jodi, Aram Bartholl, Rosa Menkman, Marisa Olson, Jeff Donaldson, Martine Neddam, ArtEZ, KABK, BrowserBased, Karina Palosi, Nikos Voyiatzis, Piet Zwart Instituut, Kareem Lotfy, Hendrickje Schimmel, Heinze Havinga & Erik Kroes, Peter Luining / Ctrl Alt Del, Jan Robert Leegte, MOTI, YouCube, Dennis de Bel, Gilles de Brock, Studio Moniker, LINK Art Center, Bits of Freedom, Hermen Maat & Karen Lancel, Noraly Schiet & Aylin, Hello & Welcome Inc., SETUP, Barbara Dubbeldam, Showroom MAMA, Douwe Smits / Luis Rodil Fernandez van Greenhost, MU Eindhoven, Rafael Roozendaal, Internet TBD and many others.




Internet Yami-ichi / Black Market

Vlaams Cultuurhuis de Brakke Grond

Nes 45 – NL-1012KD Amsterdam

Saturday 9th May 12.00 – 22.00

Sunday 10th May 12.00 – 18.00



“The Internet Yami-ichi / Black Market is a flea market for “Internet-ish” things. It will celebrate the Internet in all its glory at this buzzing setting. The cultural miracle we call the Internet crawls away from behind the glaring screen and drags along our so very dear memes, trolls, cats and glitches as well as the Web’s most obscure details to the booths. Artists, designers and other netizens are selling their wares or performing there ideas at the Internet Yami-ichi / Black Market.”


The Link Art Center will be presenting its current projects, including its online gallery Link Cabinet, a single web page hosting solo shows where artists exhibit a single, site-specific artwork; its platform project 6PM Your Local Time, facilitating distributed exhibitions taking place in different countries, and documented online as a single show; and some highlights from its editorial label Link Editions, that since 2011 produced almost 30 books, all available in print on demand and in free download.


Looking forward to see you there!


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