|RELATING (TO) COLOUR|
|Studium Generale Rietveld 2019—2020 focuses on histories, politics, and perceptions of colour in the creation and understanding aesthetic forms, social structures, and embodied experiences. Colour structures our daily life and our actions, our relationships with others and the spaces in which we live.|
February 5, 12, 26
Fred. Roeskestraat 96,
More info / Webdesign Rietlanden Women’s Office
|OPEN SANDBERG 2020|
|From 6 January until 1 April 2020, the Sandberg Instituut is open for applications to the Main Departments and two new Temporary Programmes.|
|SUMMER OF THE MIND|
|With Johan Roelofs, Lucas Atteveld and August Rønne|
In this exhibition Johan Roelofs, Lucas Atteveld and August Rønne present a new body of work which has found its inception in the previous summer but has fully developed in the reclusion and darkness of the winter months: the Summer of the Mind.
Laurel Project Space
Lauriergracht 160, Amsterdam
|PROSPECTS & CONCEPTS AT ART ROTTERDAM|
|With Annabel Kanaar, Claudine Arendt, Carlijn Fransen, Jessie Yingying Gong, Konstantin Gu, Rosa Johanna, Vincent Knopper, The Office of Alina Lupu, Milena Naef, Alina Ozerova, Niek Peters, Hugo Rocci, Mayra Sérgio, Lidewij Sloott, Michelle Son, Lisa Sudhibhasilp, Marnix van Uum, Patricia Werneck Ribas and Baha Görkem Yalim|
In February 2020 the Mondriaan Fund organizes the eight edition of the annual exhibition Prospects & Concepts during the international art fair Art Rotterdam at the Van Nelle Fabriek. The exhibition presents work by 66 visual artists who received a Stipendium for Emerging Artists in 2018 in order to start their careers.
Van Nelle Fabriek
Van Nelleweg 1, Rotterdam
|IN TRANSIT - pop-up exhibition tour|
|With Maarten Rots|
On January 3, Maarten Rots left with the camper that he built last year towards the south of Europe, with the aim of creating a lot of new work and doing short pop-up exhibitions at six different locations along the way.
Fábrica Braço de Prata
R. Fábrica de Material de Guerra 1, Lisbon (PT)
|JOURNEY OF THE IDENTITY #3: Technology vs Identity|
|With Omri Bigetz|
When do we draw the line with technology?
When do we let it take it over, and when do we use it to express ourselves?
Sajetplein 39, Amsterdam
|A LOT OF SONGS AND A LOT OF OTHER SONGS|
|Radio Rietveld is back with: A Lot of Songs and a Lot of Other Songs. Listen to this back 2 school show on Radio Rietveld’s Soundcloud.|
|With Among Us by Rosa Sijben|
Rosa shows a group of vertical objects that she realized from various materials and shapes. These are derived from images and objects that Sijben has collected over the years, including utensils that seem to ask for touch and remains of something that has been. In the vitrine the objects evoke the suggestion of a human presence, a group that evokes notions of intimacy and distance, inclusion and exclusion.
Opening 14 February, 18.30
@Vitrine Station Breda,
|EIGHT CUBIC METERS by Vivian Mac Gillavry & Jelly Hogendorp|
|The upcoming exhibition in Eight Cubic Meters shows a collaboration between Jelly Hogendorp and Vivian Mac Gillavry, both DOGtime students at Gerrit Rietveld Academie.|
Eight Cubic Meters
Sint Nicolaasstraat, Amsterdam
|TEST PRESS: 20 years of student publications (1999–2019)|
|With Henk Groenendijk, Elisabeth Klement and Matthias Kreutzer|
TEST PRESS is a display of student publications from the archive of designer, collector
and teacher Henk Groenendijk. These publications have been produced by students of the Gerrit Rietveld Academie over a period of 20 years.
Nieuwe Herengracht 11A,
|Application Graphic Design Master|
|The Werkplaats Typografie (WT), part of the ArtEZ University of the Arts, is a two-year graphic design masters Programme founded in 1998 by Karel Martens and Wigger Bierma.|
Deadline 14th of February
|RIETVELD JOURNAL #3|
|Are you studying at the Rietveld Academie or in the Sandberg Instituut? Are you an alumnus of the Rietveld Academie or the Sandberg Instituut? Are you part of the Rietveld and Sandberg community (staff, teacher, workshop manager, etc)? Then the Rietveld Journal is a space meant for you!|
Deadline 18th of February
|OC-TA TF: BILIBIN|
|With Inna Kochkina|
In the 18th century, Russian culture and society underwent a dramatic shift. Aiming to modernize the country, the emperor Peter Alekseevich completely reformed the state – its army, governance, economy, and culture. That included the reform of the alphabet and its identity, which resulted in the traditional Cyrillic alphabet going obsolete.
|From February on the mondriaan fund has updated the conditions of the Stipendium for Emerging Artists:|
"If the applicant did not take a degree in visual arts, s/he may be eligible for a Stipendium for Emerging Artists if his/her curriculum had a predominantly autonomous character and if the artist completed his/her studies autonomously."
|With Stephanie Rizaj|
Arti et Amicitiae proudly presents the exhibition STARTPOINT. This selection from the annual StartPoint – prize for European art graduates comprises works of some of the most promising up-and-coming artists graduated last year from European art academies.
Arti et Amicitiae
Rokin 112, Amsterdam
|With Inge van Genuchten|
Today’s world can be experienced as very fluid. Nothing is fixed, everything is in motion. Through scientific discoveries and new insights, concepts that had been carved in stone for decades, have now started to flow. Notions like time, space, reality, nature, the object, human and the object-man relation.
De Constant Rebecqueplein 20b,
|With Carlos Amorales|
The Factory is the first European retrospective exhibition by multidisciplinary artist Carlos Amorales. It showcases the work of one of Mexico’s most important contemporary artists from the 1990s to the present day – the most recent piece was made especially for the exhibition.
Museumplein 10, Amsterdam
|With Jólan van der Wiel |
Exhibition by Jólan van der Wiel which includes an intriguing installation that combines design, ceramics and magnetic powder. Van der Wiel uses magnetic fields in unprecedented ways to give shape to his works, which look extraterrestrial.
Keramiek Museum Princessehof
Grote Kerkstraat 9, Leeuwarden
|JENNIFER TEE: FALLING FEATHERS|
|The exhibition Jennifer Tee: Falling Feathers includes various sculptural works, imaginative collages, and two installations made from black and white porcelain feathers. Tee’s work is characterised by a combination of power and modesty, with which she invites the viewer to enter a new world.|
National Museum of Ceramics
Grote Kerkstraat 9, Leeuwarden