Buoyed by its success last year, the comeback of Amsterdam Art Weekend 2015 proved to be a massive hit for art aficionados, collectors, and enthusiasts who desires to witness Amsterdam’s vibrant contemporary art scene. Different art exhibitions and insightful talks from different talented artists on their prime offered their best artistic ideas that sparked creative fire. The event also paved way for great networking while they enjoy good food and beverage for extra art fuel.
From artworks to performances and from words to wisdom, it was a great start of weekend experience in Netherlands with something in mind. In other words, you already missed out a lot of fun and excitement from the first days of Amsterdam Art Weekend. In case you missed it, here’s a peak to tease your absence.
The opening celebration of Amsterdam Art Weekend and RijksakademieOPEN2015 with the official opening by His Royal Highness Prince Constantijn. On the photo (from left): Susan Gloudemans (Director Trustfonds Rijksakademie van beelden kunsten), His Royal Highness Prince Constantijn of the Netherlands, Adriana Gonzalez Hulshof (Director Amsterdam Art) and Els van Odijk (Director Rijksakademie).
You can’t roam in silence. You have a company of great acquiantances to look forward. What De Balie, the Oude Kerk, the Stedelijk Museum, EYE Filmmuseum and many more built up wasn’t just an art event, but a cultural gathering of like-minded creative artists like you. The coolest artists that you can meet is a great chance for you to expand your network and promote your craft too.
BOS Ice Tea did well with quality of refreshments for a joyful experience. Also in the scene is Warsteiner that never failed to support the thirsty creatives. You’ll never forget their best beers. Furthermore, Ruinart is just what is needed as the oldest champagne house meets contemporary art. Needless to say, Marie-Stella-Maris took seriously in providing worldwide access to clean drinking water.
Performance by Rijksakademie resident Riley Harmon sets the mood that got all the guests feel at home.
A healthy creative discussion was always on the go as The Merchant House talks with writer Dirk van Weelden and artist Hilarius Hofstede.
Taking passion extraordinarily was Eliza Bonham Carter, Curator and Head of the Royal Academy Schools at Marian Cramer Projects, who delivered insightful tips and ideas during her talk.
And what is the essence of Amsterdam Art Weekend without art? Stepping into the art scene to show her works is Gluklya and her Garden of Vigilant Clothes curated at Galerie AKINCI.
Framed by the mortality of creative hands, works by Marijn van Kreij brought the character of his work and life curated at Andriesse Eyck Galerie
Don’t miss the remaining opportunity! These experience is just a fraction of what you can get. Here’s what you can do for Amsterdam Art Weekend Day 2:
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