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Nicola Godman


I'm very happy and excited to launch the publication Temporary Country Life! Join us for the release and a saloon night at Tender Center Rotterdam on Saturday October 26. The publication tells the story of Zuidas Cowboy, a performance by Nicola Godman and is designed by Bram van den Berg. During the evening art historian and writer Sietske Roorda will give a talk on cross-dressing in the American West. The bar runned by Emotional Channel will be stocked with whiskey (as well as lighter drinks) and queering country tunes will be played by dj cowbell.

The publication includes texts by feminist art critic Sietske Roorda and historian Maarten Zwiers. With image contributions by Jakob Ehrlich and Martin Kofoed Pedersen and photography by María de Brea. Also, an interview with a real Prairie Woman - Luella Godman.

You can order it by sending an email to hello@nicolagodman.com .

> The website is now updated with documentation from this summer's solo exhibition at the Contemporary Art Centre of Montenegro, check it out @ Peripheral Points of View.

> You can also see documentation of my work 35 Marie that was part of the exhibition 'They Man-Made It, So I Exist' at puntWG in Amsterdam in May.

Busy beginning of 2019, as of the new year I'm teaching the course 'Studio Rietveld' at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie with my friend and colleague Olle Stjerne.

My work Tree Slice is now on permanent display at the office of LAPS.

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Launch of the publication Temporary Country Life at Tender Center Rotterdam.


From the exhibition Peripheral Points of View in July at the Contemporary Art Centre of Montenegro.

They Man-Made It, So I Exist - Group exhibition at puntWG Amsterdam, 4 - 26 of May
Tree Slice installed at LAPS office, Gerrit Rietveld Academie