publication date 4-5-2015
Rijksakademie in scaffolding
The Rijksakademie is in scaffolding. Wall Anchors are being replaced, windows and gutters restored. The restoration work on the exterior of the Kavallerie-Kazerne will be ready before the summer. Next year, the Rijksakademie starts work in the courtyard.
publication date 28-4-2015
On loan Rijksakademie collection
The Rijksakademie regularly receives on loan requests for exhibitions and presentations.
The work Timestone
by alumna Anne de Vries
(RA 11/12) is on loan to the Museum Angewandte Kunst in Frankfurt for the show Hamster Hipster Handy
From the historical book collection is a copy of Samuel van Hoogstraaten's Inleyding tot de hooge schoole der Schilderkonst, anders de zichtbaere werelt. Verdeelt in negen leerwinkels, yder bestiert door eene der Zanggodinnen
dated 1678 on loan to the Rembrandthuis for the exhibition Rembrandt's Late Pupils
Hamster Hipster Handy
, Museum Angewarndte Kunst
, Frankfurt, runs until 5 July.
Rembrandt's Late Pupils
, Amsterdam, runs until 17 May.
publication date 28-4-2015
Magali Reus nominated Prix de Rome
Ex resident Magali Reus
(RA 13/14) is nominated for Prix de Rome 2015
. Together with nominees Foundland, Hedwig Houben
and Christian Nyampeta
Reus receives a working budget, to create within five months a new work. On the basis of the new work, the jury will announce a winner in December.
Find more information here
publication date 16-4-2015
Venice Biennale 2015
LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA
9 May — 22 November 2015
- Exhibition -
All the World’s Futures
Mounira Al Solh
- National Participations -
Personnes et les autres
El artista entre la individualidad y el contexto
The Great Game
United Dead Nations
Pixels of Ubuntu/Unhu — Exploring the social and cultural identities of the 21st century
1ST RESEARCH PAVILION
Tiong Ang, Janis Rafa
Pamela Rosenkranz, Feeding, Fleeing, Fighting, Reproduction. Images courtesy of Kunsthalle Basel. Photos by Gunnar Meier
publication date 14-4-2015
New acquisitions library
The library often acquires new books to the collection. To view the new acquisitions look here for more information.
Library opening hours: Wednesday - Friday, 11:00 - 17:00 hours.
publication date 17-3-2015
Guests, Harald den Breejen and Noor Nuyten
Artists Harald den Breejen (Rijksakademie resident 09/10) and Noor Nuyten will be working at the Rijksakademie for a short period. They developed a primarily online interactive platform and network that enables artists and scientists to find collaboration partners more easily and enhance collaboration between artists and scientists, as well as to show the variety of collaborative work to a wider audience.
During their stay they hope to further develop their project through engaging with the work, ideas, and feedback of the residents as well as advisors and other guests; working towards an official launch of the project later in the year.
publication date 5-3-2015
Alumnus Ahmet Ögüt solo show Van Abbemuseum
Ex resident Ahmet Öğüt
(RA 07/08) opens show Forward!
at Van Abbemuseum
in Eindhoven. Öğüt’s practice, which always responds to a specific socio-political context (often, but less and less restricted to, his native Turkey or the Netherlands where he has been based for the past several years) and which deploys the poetic to the pedagogical makes a case for the necessity of speaking to politics through art in multivalent forms.
Runs: March 7th - June 14th 2015
For more information here
publication date 16-2-2015
Researching the library
In the magazine lounge, the Theory Workshop regularly presents a selection taken from the special collections of the Rijksakademie under the header Researching the Library.
The current presentation presents Japanese pattern books with woodcuts. The centuries-old wave pattern is the underlying theme that brings old and new works together. The presentation was created in cooperation with Hetty Huisman of VOID editions.
Opening hours of the library and the magazine lounge: Wednesday to Friday from 11:00 to 17:00 hours.
publication date 23-12-2014
Order publication RijksakademieOPEN 2014
Would you like to have all the artists of 2014 bundled together on your bookshelf? The publication with images and texts by every artist is on sale for € 5,- in the Rijksakademie library and online through the book shop
The publication is designed by Experimental Jetset.
publication date 17-11-2014
Maria Barnas' The Reader
The Reader is a Rijksakademie theory workshop project initiated by artist and advisor Maria Barnas. During the last year, Maria Barnas interviewed residents and alumni about reading and the way this relates to their artists’s practice. The artists are asked which specific book they would like to re-read.
A transcript of the interview will be included in the chosen books and will have a specific label. You can find the first inserts in The third policeman by Flann O’Brien (choice of Jason Gomez), The chairs by Eugene Ionesco (choice of Bert Jacobs) and The immortal life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot (choice of Crystal Z. Campbell). The books will be available at the library for all visitors today. Wednesday until Friday from 11h00 to 17h00.
Graphic design Felix Salut
publication date 13-10-2014
Contemporary Art Collection
Every year, new works are added to the Art Collection. Resident artists donate a work or a study for a work at the end of their work period. Some of these works are featured on the website
The historical and contemporary art collections provide a look on three centuries of art education and artistic practice. The collections are diverse in nature and reflect in this way the diversity of the artists’ interests: there are prints, record sleeves, books, drawings, paintings, plasters, pictures, posters, medals, slides and digital material. Yearly, the Art Collection is being enriched with works by resident artists.
The collections can be visited by appointment.
Karishma d’Souza (IN, 1983), RA 12/13 Drawn Curtain, 2013, oil on canvas, 56 x 51 cm