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Philip Akkerman

The Grutmolen Center for Contemporary Art is located in Zutphen, The Netherlands. It was built on the site of a former grits mill (‘grutmolen’) in the city’s 14th Century New Town. Grutmolen is close to Zutphen railway station and the old IJssel bridge for pedestrians, cyclists, motor vehicles and trains. When approaching Zutphen by car from Arnhem or Apeldoorn, follow directions to ‘De Hoven’ instead of ‘Zutphen’.

The Grutmolen is currently showing recent paintings of Philip Akkerman and Euf Lindeboom under the title Heads and Words.

For arranging a visit or for information please write us at visit@grutmolen.nl


Offering selected art books at Zutphen Art Books

Since September 2020 we have shown work of the following artists: Leon Adriaans, Philip Akkerman, Erik Andriesse, Heddy John Appeldoorn, Dan Asher, Marjolijn van den Assem, Adriana Baarspul, Maarten Baas, Hannah van Bart, Glen Baxter, Frédéric Bruly Bouabré, Guillaume Bijl, Andries Copier, René Daniëls, Mark Dion, Eric Ebbinge, Morten Løbner Espersen, Gerard Fieret, Daan van Golden, Marnix Goossens, Katharina Grosse, Klaas Gubbels, Rony Heirman, Rosemin Hendriks, Anton Henning, Andreas Hinder, Hetty Huisman, Jassu Kaneko, Anish Kapoor, Walter Keeler, Peter Kooij, Helena van der Kraan, Linda Lenssen, Léon, Euf Lindeboom, John Löwenhardt, Marjolein Mandersloot, Jan Mankes, Bodo Mans, Ruth Meijer, Bjarne Melgaard, Hidenori Mitsue, Theo Niemeijer, Alet Pilon, Paulien Ploeger, Maria Roosen, Anne-Marie Schneider, Luke Stephenson, Johan Tahon, Joost van den Toorn, Jan van der Vaart, Emo Verkerk, Koen Vermeule, Pauline Wiertz, Robin Winters, Freya Wisman and Sylvie Zijlmans.

The Grutmolen Center was founded and is run by curator Tanya Rumpff in collaboration with John Löwenhardt.