Het Wilde Weten welcomes Koen Taselaar.
Het Wilde Weten welcomes Koen Taselaar.
SUNDAY APRIL 7
4 – 6 PM / DOORS OPEN 3:30 PM
Four times a year RAiR organizes an Artist Talk at Het Wilde Weten.
Current Artists in Residence show their work and tell about the plans for
their stay in Rotterdam. The presentations are 10 minutes each.
An exchange project between artist run spaces Het Wilde Weten, Rotterdam (NL) and Opekta Köln (D). From March until June participating artists from both Het Wilde Weten and Opekta invite each other into their studios. For several weeks they have the opportunity to stay in each other’s cities.
The participating artists will share some of their works and experiences on a blog:
First visiting artist from Opekta is Tobias Becker.
BLUE IS THE COLOR OF THE CLEAR SKY AND THE DEEP SEA
Opening Friday 22 February 2013, from 18.00h
And open on
Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 February 11.00-18.00h
You are kindly requested to wear blue clothes when attending the opening.
Rare and special books of more than 100 individual artists and 12 stand holders (publishers and magazines) with individual tables.
The WBM will be the perfect opportunity to browse through, buy or exchange rare art books.
Located on the fifth floor of Re:Rotterdam Artfair, Blaak 16-18, Rotterdam.
Thursday 6 Feb: 16-22h
Friday 7 Feb: 11-22h
Saturday 8 Feb: 11-21h
Sunday 9 Feb: 11-18h
The artists of Het Wilde Weten during Art Rotterdam Week:
Anouk Griffioen, Marielle Buitendijk, Marcel Swint, Jeroen Bosch and Marcha van den Hurk all have solo-presentations at Re:Rotterdam.
Elian Somers and Eva Olthof are at Prospects and Concepts in LantarenVenster.
Entrance free | Language English
Saturday 26 january 2013
Doors open 19:30
ARTISTS, PUBLISHERS, MAGAZINES AND CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS are invited to participate in the 2013 edition of the WildBookMarket at the Re: Rotterdam Art Fair from 6-10 February 2013! This 4th edition of the WBM during Art Rotterdam will take place at a new and exciting location, the Re: Rotterdam Art Fair at Blaak 16-18, Rotterdam (next to Willem de Kooning Academy, close to station Blaak).
Last year, the Re: Rotterdam Art Fair had its successful premiere as a side programme of Art Rotterdam. It focused on solo presentations of more than 175 individual artists, and managed to draw more than 9000 visitors.
Sunday 13 January 16-19h
We invite all our friends, colleagues, guest artists, partners and other brothers and sisters to join us for a modest New Year’s reception this Sunday afternoon. We will toast to this new, hopefully fruitful and inspiring year and against all current economical and moral hardship!
Since we are also a bit on a budget, we will treat you to the first round between 16 and 17h or until the free drinks run out. Bar is open until 19 but you are welcome to bring your own drinks and snacks….
We hope you will take the opportunity to meet, greet and maybe also try to informally join forces for this year we have ahead of us.
We hope to see you here!
Anouk Griffioen, Dico Kruijsse, Elian Somers, Esther Kokmeijer, Eva Olthof, Jan Adriaans, Jeroen Bosch, Jetske de Boer, Kim Bouvy, Kim Zieschang Marcel Swint, Marcha van den Hurk, Marielle Buitendijk, Sannetje van Haarst, Simon Kentgens, Koen Taselaar and current guest artist Emre Gülcan (Turkey – winner TENT. Academy Award 2012)
Saturday 8 December, 17:00h: Opening installation & book presentation
And open: Sun 9, Sat/Sun 15-16 and Sat 22 December, 12:00-17:00h
(and by appointment, mail email@example.com)
Installation ‘A Way of Getting Closer’in the project space
Presentation of ‘Dear God, I am sleeping in your house’, the latest publication by Antoinette Nausikaa, realized during her residency at Het Wilde Weten.
‘My inspiration and motivation I find in our everyday environment, so often taken for granted and assumed as given. By observing the people, situations and events around me, I explore my relationship with these immediate surroundings. I work on projects in which I place myself in one specific location for longer periods of time, to be able to concentrate on and relate to a subject. The basis of the work consists of photographs, drawings, text and videos from which I later create publications and installations. In my work I try to show that ordinary life is nothing other than our Human Existence itself. Thus encouraging a unfamiliar fresh look at this world, to what is seemingly so obvious. By giving shape to universal curiosity, vulnerability, wonder and enchantment, but also to doubt, disruption and putting oneself in perspective.’
Antoinette Nausikaa (1973 NL) graduated from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in 2004. In 2009 and 2010 she attended the Rijksacademy in Amsterdam. To develop her work she travelled to many places such as Tokyo Sumida-Ku, Madrid Parque de Las Tetas, Xiamen CCA, Shizuoka Mt Fuji, New York Bronx and the Meetfactory in Prague.
Antoinette’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally in museums and art spaces such as Kunstraum Dusseldorf, Kunstschloss Ringenberg, Meetfactory Prague, Photography Museum Huis Marseille Amsterdam. Her works are present in collections such as DNB (Dutch Central Bank), Huis Marseille Museum of Photography and LUMC Leiden amongst others.
Antoinette was artist in residence at Het Wilde Weten from August until December 2012.