RijksakademieOPEN 2010

During RijksakademieOPEN 2010 more than 50 artists will show their work. It is with pleasure that we invite you on Saturday the 27th of November and Sunday the 28th of November. The Rijksakademie is open from 11 a.m. till 7 p.m.

Admission fee (including publication) €5; with reduction pass €3; weekend pass €6; children up to 12 years free of charge

At the Rijksakademie, artists from all over the world work on research and experiment, production and presentation. For more information about the Rijksakademie, please visit www.rijksakademie.nl

Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten
Sarphatistraat 470, Amsterdam

Participating artists:

Giorgio Andreotta Caló, Marika Asatiani, Daniel Barroca, Feiko Beckers, Julien Beneyton, Rossella Biscotti, Pim Blokker, Melanie Bonajo, Milena Bonilla, Arie Bouman, Harald den Breejen, Yaima Carrazana Ciudad, Michiel Ceulers,Yin-Ju Chen, Dina Danish, Alberto De Michele, Rebecca Digne, LucFosther Diop, Helen Dowling, Willehad Eilers, Hamid El Kanbouhi, Anna Franceschini, Raviv Ganchrow, David Hominal, Emre Hüner, Lev Ilizirov, Yoshiyuki Koinuma, Sabina Maria van der Linden, Annadk Lou Pitteloud, Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, Jean-Baptiste Maitre, Kianoosh Motallebi, Antoinette Nausikaa, David Osbaldeston, Maarten Overdijk, Josje Peters, Esteban Piedra Leon, Annaïk Lou Pitteloud, Jean-Charles de Quillacq, Jhafis Quintero Gonzales, Gino Saccone, Led Saito, Maarten Sleeuwits, Rebecca Stephany, Pilvi Takala, Derk Thijs, Leonid Tsvetkov, Aldwin van de Ven, Sarah Verbeek, Coralie Vogelaar, Guy Wouete Lotchouang, Jian Yang, Katarina Zdjelar

Real Snow White best experimental film at Kettupäivät Festival in Helsinki

Award winners on Kettupäivät website (finnish)

Prix de Rome 2011 long list

Prix de Rome website

Culture(s) of Copy

Culture(s) of Copy
An exhibiton for art and copy
26 November 2010 - 20 Februar 2011
at Edith Russ Site for Media Art
Opening: Thursday, 25 November 2010, 7 p.m.
Press conference: Wednesday, 24 November 2010, 2 p.m.

Culture(s) of Copy is about the phenomenon of the copy as a global cultural strategy. The discussion of intellectual property, as it has already been treated in diverse ways, is only one angle from which one can approach the topic. The ‘copy’ here is understood positively as a remake, a cultural translation and an achievement (“You have to copy a master to become a master”, “The best way to appreciate a master is to copy him”). The phenomenon of the copy is seen as a rewarding opportunity to understand and reflect on cultural differences beyond the rather poor terms of a dichotomy of East and West.

Edith Russ Site for Media Art
Katharinenstraße 23
D-26121 Oldenburg

You Can't Do What You Can't Imagine

Pilvi Takala:
You Can't Do What You Can't Imagine

18. November 2010 - 9. January 2011
Opening 18. November at 6pm

Kristian Augusts gt. 5, 0164 Oslo

tue-fri 11-17, sat-sun 12-16


Interview in Artcards

read it here