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Imagery of January events

Imagery of January events

The past month we celebrated the launch of two special limited edition artist books, Displace and Mother's Milk. We also had two great book events of the earlier launched publications The Civic Empowerment Toolbox and RAABJERG. Rune Peitersen. In this post we look back on these events through images.

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Video reading: 'Every Day Until Antwerp' - Fragment III

Video reading: 'Every Day Until Antwerp' - Fragment III

It is time for the third and last fragment of the video readings from the publication Every Day Until Antwerp! In this series, Jacqueline Schoemaker takes the viewer with her on her journey to Antwerp through fragments from the book. 

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BOOK LAUNCH! 'How To Make Sculpture Move' July 1st

BOOK LAUNCH! 'How To Make Sculpture Move' July 1st

Friday July 1st we will launch How To Make Sculpture Move, a publication by artist Ruta Butkute, writer/artist Emily Kocken and Designer Eva van der Schans at Bradwolff Projects in Amsterdam. This event is your chance to experience a unique take on sculpture and performativity.

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Marcel Pinas exhibition Club Solo until May 22nd

Marcel Pinas exhibition Club Solo until May 22nd

Marcel Pinas (Suriname 1971) transformed Club Solo into a collective work studio where the artist will build an interactive installation together with those who are interested. His earlier installation Kibii Wi Koni (Protect our knowledge) consists of several thousand bottles wrapped with pangi fabric. At Club Solo, this work will be dismantled: participants will rearrange the pieces of pangi fabric into a new work title Goontapu.

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Alexis Blake winner of Prix de Rome Visual Arts 2021

Alexis Blake winner of Prix de Rome Visual Arts 2021

On Tuesday November 30th Alexis Blake received the Prix de Rome Visual Arts 2021 from demissionary Minister van Engelshoven of Education, Culture and Science. Blake received this award for her performance Rock to jolt [ ] stagger to ash. The award comes with a 40.000 euro cash prize and a work period at an artist at residency of choice.

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PRIX DE ROME 2021

PRIX DE ROME 2021

Shortlist Prix de Rome Visual Arts 2021 announced

The international jury of the Prix de Rome has selected four artists for the shortlist of the Prix de Rome Visual Arts 2021. The nominees are: Mercedes Azpilicueta, Alexis Blake, Silvia Martes and Coralie Vogelaar. This was announced by the Mondriaan Fund, which organises and finances the Prix de Rome award.

The Prix de Rome is the oldest Dutch award for visual artists below the age of 40. The purpose of the award is to encourage talented visual artists to develop and increase their visibility. The Mondriaan Fund is responsible for the award. For Prix de Rome 2021 the Mondriaan Fund will collaborate once again with the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.The exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam will be open to the public from November 13, 2021 until March 2022 and presents new work by the nominated artists: Mercedes Azpilicueta, Alexis Blake, Silvia Martes en Coralie Vogelaar. The publication will be published by Jap Sam Books.

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07-09.02.2020 MOVEABLE TYPES

07-09.02.2020 MOVEABLE TYPES

MOVEABLE TYPES
Friday 7 February 2020, 6 – 11 pm
Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 February 2020, 11 am – 6 pm
Location: Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam
Free

MOVEABLE TYPES is a curated book event by Frances Horn, and highlights the importance of printed matter and publishing for contemporary art. At Witte de With, the fair presents 18 publishers that especially have a close relation to poetry and performance.

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