The Dutch artist Koestler will open his art exhibition at the National Gallery of Art (NGA) in Washington on March 18, the second in a series of exhibitions, art books, workshops and exhibitions by artists in the United States.
The first, by the artist’s former student Max Brodie, opened in the Netherlands last October.
Koestlerman said the exhibition will “offer a new perspective on the way artists use language in a way that is more accessible to the public.”
He also plans to showcase his work through the NGA’s Digital Imaging Program.
Koistler said his work has a political message, but the exhibition has a more artistic approach.
“The artist is not trying to convey political ideology, but to create something that is a piece of art that is meant to express itself in an open way,” Koistlerman told the Times of Israel.
“I believe that we can do this by creating a space that is open, and the public is invited to participate.”
He said he has been in contact with the U.S. Department of Justice to try and negotiate the terms of a license to use the work.
Koastler’s work has also been featured at the Venice Biennale, which was attended by Pope Francis, and is in the public domain in Israel.
The art work will be exhibited in a museum-style setting at the Nga from March 20 to March 22, and will be sold at $20 a piece.
The NGA will also hold a free art fair from March 19 to March 20.
The exhibition, which has not yet been announced, will include works by Koestlier and the Dutch artist Paul Koehler, as well as a large-scale, open-air gallery that will be open to the media, including journalists, visitors and scholars.
Koostler said he is also planning to hold a series on “political identity” in which his work will feature artists and artists of color.
The exhibitions will also feature art by Dutch artist Joris de Roos, who has been the subject of a U.K. protest after he painted a mural on a wall of a mosque in London that depicted Prophet Muhammad.
De Roos said in a statement on his Facebook page that his work was a “political statement against Islamic terrorism.”
He told The Times that his painting is intended to represent “the Muslim experience as a community of immigrants.”
In the past, De Roo has also exhibited at the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
His artworks have included works by artists including the Spanish-born artist Pablo Picasso and the Chinese artist Wu Shaoqing.
De Ruos also said he had been approached by the National Endowment for the Arts to be featured in the exhibition, but declined the offer.
“It is up to the government, and not me, to decide how they use it,” De Ruus said.
The National Endowments for the arts and humanities have a policy of not providing funding to artists in countries that have prohibited them from displaying art.
In the case of Koestling’s work, the NMA has not released a list of countries in which he has exhibited.