Songs (4 augustus – 8 september)

Athanasios Argianas
Andreas Ragnar Kassapis


Opening Saturday August 4 (17.00-21.00)
Running til Saturday September 8, 2018


@theoffice: Lionel Plak The Man Who Took the Subway


Please note our summer schedule opening hours:
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 12.00-18:00.
The rest of the week the gallery is open only by appointment.

Andreas Ragnar Kassapis (2018), Hoing Torture (projector), oil and pencil on wood panel. 40×50

to let the hands swell
to let them become rubber
the skin that peels off
an observation
an observator
a distance from the main body
body parts that become autonomous
the hand you don’t recognise is your own

– excerpt from Andreas Kassapis ‘projection’, 2018


Athanasios Argianas (GR, 1976) lives and works in London and Athens. Solo exhibitions include EMST National Museum of Contemporary Art (Athens), The Barbican Art Gallery (London) and The Serpentine Gallery (London). Notable group shows include Kunsthalle Wien, Fondazione Prada Milano, Ca Corner Venice and Tate Britain in London. In 2012 his work was featured in the Biennale of Sao Paulo, Brazil, in 2013 at PERFORMA Biennial New York, and in 2017 at Documenta 14, Kassel. Argianas is taking up residence this september at the Camden Arts Centre (London), ahead of a major solo exhibition in 2020.


Andreas Ragnar Kassapis (GR, 1981) lives and works in Athens, Greece. Notable group shows include Documenta 14 in Athens (2017), SMFA in Boston (2014) and Palais de Tokyo in Paris (2013). He also participated in the 2nd Athens Biennale.


@theoffice we present The Man Who Took the Subway an exhibition of drawings by Lionel Plak (NL, 1980).

For enquiries, please send an e-mail to, or call Gabriel Rolt at +31(0)625005374.