Life (Brasserie Leven)

Voorstad 2
6131 CR Sittard

Dialogue in Sittard

Curator-led tour of the exhibition Autopia – Olaf Mooij with curator Anne Berk

The invention of the car has radically changed our lives. The exhibition Autopia at Museum Hedendaagse Kunst De Domijnen aims to playfully make people aware of our deep love for the car, and the sacrifices we make for it. Discover this exhibition with us and the curator Anne Berk!


12:00 lunch and showroom at Brasserie Leven, Voorstad 2, Sittard, NL.
13:30 Visit of the exhibition by curator Anne Berk in Museum Hedendaagse Kunst De Domijnen, Sittard, NL

Normal price: 17,50 EUR
sculpture network members: 5,- EUR
To be paid on cash on the spot. Including: Curator-led tour. Not included: museum entry fee, lunch and drinks.

To participate please register online by using the "Register Now!" button at the end of the page.
Deadline: 15/11/2022

The event will take place in Dutch (English or German if needed) and it has been organised by Anne Berk vice-chairperson of sculpture network.

The museum and restaurant are 12 minutes walk from train station Sittard (South of the Netherlands, close to the German border).

About Autopia – Olaf Mooij

In sculptures and installations, Olaf Mooij (1958, Rotterdam) highlights our intimate relationship with the car and its consequences. ''People have a personal connection with the car. They will do anything for it.'' Olaf Mooij was already fascinated by cars as a child. His entire body of work is dedicated to our relationship with the car. This made him internationally famous. Autopia shows his most important sculptures and installations. In The Temple of Doom, Mooij sums up the problems of our time. Our glorification of the car. Our dependence on oil and the impact of fossil fuels on climate change.

In cooperation with

Cover picture: Olaf Mooij, The Temple of Doom, 2011 VW parts, steel polyester, 440 x 440 x 270 cm Photo Bert Janssen.



Find more

Exhibition Member event

Expo "KNOWN", Jan Pieter Gootjes

Kampen Netherland


Discover the Land that Inspired Joan Miró and Visit Martí Rom's Studio

Mont-roig del Camp (Tarragona), Spain

Scroll to top of the page