- Volgende The rise and rise of the Glasgow art scene. A combination of factors including the art school, a network of experienced galleries and a steady flow of public money has put the Scottish city on the art map
- Vorige Guggenheim delay raises big question: is Abu Dhabi ready for modern art? Emirate may scale back grandiose plan for three museums amid concerns that art could be subject to censorship
19-01 2017, 14:46 NP
T/m 29 januari a.s.
18-01 2017, 9:13 NP
17-01 2017, 12:50 NP
“But there are many who would at least consider Ms. Boom’s books works of art. Among them were the jurors of the Johannes Vermeer Award, the Dutch state prize for the arts, which she won in 2014.”
“[…] So Ms. Boom has used the prize for the quixotic, endless undertaking of creating a library of what she called “only the books that are experimental.” Above her studio here, the recently opened library is made up almost entirely of books from the 1600s and 1700s, and the 1960s and ’70s.”
“[…] When she first began school at AKI Academy of Art & Design, in the Netherlands, she wanted to be a painter. She also tried architecture and photography. But then she met Abe Kuipers, a teacher who would come to the school with a suitcase of books, which he would pull out and discuss. “I was totally intrigued by the idea of bookmaking,” Ms. Boom said.”
16-01 2017, 21:01 NP
“Platform BK organiseert op 18 januari 2017 een informatiemiddag over de richtlijn en beantwoordt vragen van leden en andere belangstellenden.
Tijdstip en locatie: vanaf 17:00 uur, TETlokaal, Tetterode, Da Costakade 158, Amsterdam.
ENTREE €5,- GRATIS voor leden van Platform BK”
16-01 2017, 9:28 NP
“There is no such thing as an apolitical or inert artwork.” —Felix Gonzalez-Torres.
In this short film, see how Dorothea Lange, Martha Rosler, and Felix Gonzalez-Torres responded to the social, cultural and political issues of their time.