Invitation – Symposium Collecting Dutch and Flemish Art in Germany 1600-1900

Written by dr. Ingrid Vermeulen  Collecting Dutch and Flemish Art in Germany 1600-1900 From the 17th century on, Germany was a major market for Dutch and Flemish paintings, drawings and prints of the Golden Age. Although this market remains important until the present day, its peak was during the 18th century: Netherlandish art was passionately… Read More Invitation – Symposium Collecting Dutch and Flemish Art in Germany 1600-1900

Exhibition Review – Tim Renders at STROOM

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. This one is written by Tim Renders. Bringing The Congo Tribunal to The Hague Tribunal’s Doorstep Milo Rau: The Congo Tribunal Swiss director Milo… Read More Exhibition Review – Tim Renders at STROOM

Introducing our new student assistant and 3 of her cultural hotspots

By Liza Kerlen Hi everyone! As of January 2018 I am the new student assistant here at the department of Art and Culture. I am usually running around behind the scenes where you can find me taking minutes, preparing readers or selecting interesting content for this blog! In this blog I will tell you a… Read More Introducing our new student assistant and 3 of her cultural hotspots

Material and Visual Culture Turn: Past and Present

By Juliette Huygen   The VU Art and Culture group and Research Institute CLUE+ present: Material and Visual Culture Turn: Past and Present Dr. Dan Hicks (Oxford University/Pitt Rivers Museum)   This lecture is part of the seminar : Trending Topics: Key Ideas/Thinkers in Material Culture Studies Date:     February 16 Time:     10:00-12:00 Venue:  Vrije… Read More Material and Visual Culture Turn: Past and Present

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.