tagged: amsterdam art weekend

Amsterdam Art Weekend: A Look at the RijksakademieOPEN's Top Artists

by Manus Groenen
This weekend Amsterdam's prestigious Rijksakademie opens its doors for the annual RijksakademieOPEN, a perennial highlight of the Amsterdam Art Weekend, a weekend packed with exhibitions and events, which runs this year from November 27–30. What happens behind the closed doors of the academy is only visible once a year for the general public, so as soon as the doors opened, I went in for a sneak peek. The Rijksakademie is a post-academic institution offering young artists time, space, and both... [more]
Posted by Manus Groenen on 11/28/14

Too much of a good thing?

by Edo Dijksterhuis
How much space do you need to organize an art fair? Not much, prove galleries Boetzelaer|Nispen and Jeanine Hofland. In their modest adjoining spaces, on fewer square meters than measures an average family home, they set up A Petite Fair. Twelve young international galleries showed work by as many artists. The flavor was overwhelmingly neo-conceptual, ranging from Bas van den Hurk’s poetic experiments with dyes and textiles and Oliver Michaels’ black-and-white photographs of bizarre... [more]
Posted by Edo Dijksterhuis on 12/3/13
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