The Making of Modern Art: Thinking Outside the Box

By Research Master Critical Studies in Art & Culture student Efthymis Athanasiadis Each year, Sven Lütticken teaches a MA course on Art Criticism, in which the students learn how to write critical responses to current exhibitions. This year vuartandculture would like share one of their reviews with you.                        … Read More The Making of Modern Art: Thinking Outside the Box

Abandoned – A review of the exhibition Architecture of Appropriation

 by Vita Teunissen Student of the MA course Architecture Criticism, in which the students learn how to write critical responses to architectural projects and current exhibitions. This year vuartandculture would like share one of their reviews with you.    Visitors arriving at the Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam’s museum park are usually met with the steel and concrete tunnel of the… Read More Abandoned – A review of the exhibition Architecture of Appropriation

Camera in Love: Before eccentricity became norm.

By Research Master Critical Studies in Art & Culture student Jeroen van der Hulst. Each year, Sven Lütticken teaches a MA course on Art Criticism, in which the students learn how to write critical responses to current exhibitions. This year vuartandculture would like share one of their reviews with you. For a few months now, the exhibition poster for Camera… Read More Camera in Love: Before eccentricity became norm.

“l’Esprit d’Escalier” Report

by CAMS Master student Svetlana Kirillova Each year, the students of the course Crossmedial Exhbitions of the Comparative Arts and Media Master, write blogs about their experiences and findings during the course. This year vuartandculture would like share one of their blogs with you. It has been almost a month since our first “crossmedial exhibitions”… Read More “l’Esprit d’Escalier” Report

Visiting the Costume Collection of the Rijksmuseum

By Javier Gimeno Martínez   The module Fashion History and Theory includes an excursion to a fashion collection in the Netherlands. Even when classes are profusely illustrated with images, there are aspects that can be only understood by direct observation of the garments themselves. Construction, texture, assemblage and even the sound of the fabric when… Read More Visiting the Costume Collection of the Rijksmuseum

Christian Nold and José van Dijck in our MA Lecture Series

By Ginette Verstraete In November and December 2016 the VU MA Program in Arts & Culture welcomed two more speakers in the lecture series on Cultural Approaches to Digital Humanities—which was opened on 1 November by Prof. Szabo (see previous entry). Whereas the first speaker set out the basics in Digital Humanities – the challenges… Read More Christian Nold and José van Dijck in our MA Lecture Series