The Fitting In/Standing Out project invites you to visit the exhibition entitled ‘Minority’. This exhibition shows pictures of the daily life of minorities in and from the Middle East and North Africa, made by Karin Schuitema, Fatima Abbadi, Bernice Siewe, and Tineke Rooijakkers. Focusing on everyday life, these images shed a new light on the complexity… Read More Exhibition ‘Minority’ at the VU
We are very pleased to invite you to a Graduate Lecture by Ellen Prokop PhD, titled “The Digital Art History Lab at The Frick Collection: Towards a Critical D.A.H.” on Friday 24 November 3.30-5.15, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam – Main Building, hall 14a00 (The Frick Collection / New York University / Hunter College, City University of New York) A… Read More Graduate Lecture: The Digital Art History Lab at The Frick Collection
By Ivo Blom Mata Hari was famous for her own fabulation of her oriental past and scandalous present. Myth and reality converged in ever changing combinations, which impressed many, but also caused her serious troubles during her notorious trial, leading to her execution in 1917 by the French army, condemned as enemy spy. However, the… Read More Facts and fabulation: the ‘real’ Mata Hari on film
By Freek Schmidt Three weeks ago our student Juliette Huijgen of the Research master program Visual Arts, Media and Architecture received the StudenTalent prize, awarded by the Faculty of Humanities of the VU. This prize is awarded yearly to a student who is both studious in his/her work at the university and committed to also… Read More We have a winner!
By Sven Lütticken In May, the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven organized the ten-day programme Becoming More, which it introduced as follows: On the 10th anniversary of the research and exhibition project Be(com)ing Dutch it is time to convene again – to come together to strengthen existing alliances and to develop new affinities. Through the caucus… Read More Future Caucus
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
In 1980, Kunstlicht was founded as a journal for visual art, visual culture, and architecture. The journal is affiliated with the VU University Amsterdam, but operates from an independent foundation managed by some of our students and alumni. It has been a platform for academic publications by art, architectural, and cultural historians and each issue deals with a… Read More Kunstlicht Call for Papers – Mediated Imaginations