Wednesday, 18 December 2013

Wild Horses & Trojan Dreams at Marres

Sanne Vaassen opening performance
Wild Horses & Trojan Dreams at Marres, House for Contemporary Culture,  from 18.12.2013 - 5.1.2014

Wild Horses & Trojan Dreams is the first edition of a new, annual exhibition series titled Marres Currents. With this series, Marres presents recent graduates from art academies in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. While offering emerging artists a platform outside of the educational context, Marres Currents also aims to build an international infrastructure for art academies and institutions.

For Wild Horses & Trojan Dreams, curators Laura Herman and Pieter Vermeulen selected artists that offer new perspectives on current forms of authorship, subjectivity, knowledge and artistic research. The participating artists challenge the boundaries of artistic freedom and explore the value of art today.

Nima Bahremand
Artists: Fabian Altenried, Nima Bahremand, Lou Benesch, John Bijnens, Christophe Clarijs, Rens Cools, Lisa Decavel, Sven Dehens, Kipras Dubauskas, Sibe Duijsters, Daan Gielis, Laetitia Jeurissen, Ekaterina Kaplunova, Jóhanna Kristbjörg, Saori Kuno, Astrid Mingels, Juan Pablo Plazas, Sanne Vaassen, Jelena Vanoverbeek, Charles-Henry Sommelette.

Participating academies: Academie voor Beeldende Kunst Maastricht, Koninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten Gent, KASKA Antwerpen, Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, MAD-Faculty Hasselt, PXL Universiteit Hasselt, Sint-Joost Den Bosch, Sint-Lucas Antwerpen, Sint-Lukas Brussel, Sint-Lucas Gent, The Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts Liège.

During the build-up of the exhibition, curators Laura Herman and Pieter Vermeulen kept a blog.

http://www.marres.org



Nima Bahremand

Nima Bahremand

Charles-Henry Sommelette
Jelena Vanoverbeek

Jelena Vanoverbeek

Sanne Vaassen
Ekaterina Kaplunova

Daan Gielis

Juan Pablo Plazas

Juan Pablo Plazas

Juan Pablo Plazas

Jóhanna Kristbjörg

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