Come visit us at the Den Bosch campus for Open Studios

openstudiosOpening Hours;
30 june 4pm until 8 pm
2 juli 11 am until 6 pm
3 juli 11 am until 6 pm
4 juli 5 pm until 9 pm

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You are cordially invited!

At Club Solo Breda

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WKNDEXPO, a new series of one-weekend exhibitions in Electron, Breda

Current MFA participant Maurice Nuiten has started a new series of short presentations at de Kopse Kant in Electron. So far he invited Piffin Duvekot, Thom Brand and Helga Jakobson to make a presentation.

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Tonight, the first one in the series is opening: 60 c Baumwolle, an exhibition with site specific work. For more info, keep an eye on their website:

http://www.electronbreda.com/agenda/expo/60-baumwolle/

The Only Rule is Work

Video by Helga Jakobson, 2016

All MFA participants and core tutors Erik Hagoort, Thomas Bakker plus invited guest tutor Iede Reckman spent a good time in Glasgow last april, 2016. We did studio visits with our colleagues of the Glasgow School of Art MFA, visited Market Gallery for a meetup, Sculpture Studio’s Glasgow and much more.

An important part of the trip was the presentation and event at House for an Art Lover in Glasgow. HFAAL generously hosted us in- and outside of the exhibition space, allowing experiment and working in-and with the moment as it presented itself to us. After the event, the manifestation of Glasgow International opened. Every venue in town was packed with exhibitions, talks and events.

Our trip was aimed at exploring a new place by also giving, contributing to it in making. In the video above you can get a glimpse of how that idea turned into The Only Rule is Work. Thanks to all involved for making it a special experience; participants, tutors, Iede Reckman, Gemma Mannion (House for an Art Lover), Conor Cooke (Market Gallery), John Calcutt (Glasgow School of Art) and their MFA participants, and all others involved.

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The Only Rule Is Work; Glasgow, Scotland

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Master’s Exhibition Glasgow, Scotland

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To Whom It May Concern, Raphael Langmair solo at P/////AKT, Amsterdam

Pakt-image-1024x808MFA graduate Raphael Langmair (2012) has a solo presentation at P/////AKT, Amsterdam – opening saturday march 12, 2016  20.00 -24.00 h.

In 2016 P/////AKT is focusing on the conceptual legacy of Marcel Broodthaers’ 1964 work Le Pense-Bête and its relevance in current discourse. P/////AKT will outline six aspects of Le Pense-Bête, each of which comprises a solo exhibition, a public event, and an essay. The second aspect deals with transition, gesture and authenticity. The act of rendering his collected poems illegible by casting them in plaster is exemplary for the transitory qualities of Broodthaers’ artistic practice.

Pense-Bête II
Object: As an act

Raphael Langmair
To Whom It May Concern

Reflected upon by Elise van Mourik
Essay by Maxine Kopsa

Opening: Saturday 12 March, 20 – 24 hrs
13 March – 10 April 2016
(Thu-Sun, 14-18 hrs)