A Presentation For Bucharest

opening :17 April at 19:00 at Make a Point

The participants of the Master Fine Arts of AKV St. Joost, based in Den Bosch and Breda, the Netherlands visited Bucharest for a short term residency, hosted by Tudor Bratu from Bucharest AIR. We connected with institutions, curators, local artists and international artist-researchers through talks, meetings and workshops.

IMG_8670In a fragmentary way, we discovered Bucharest, through conversations and meetings, by walking and by getting lost. In our Presentation for Bucharest, each of us gives an impression. This can take different forms, from a collaboration to an individual sketch, from a suggestion to an idea, from a work to a question mark.  IMG_9915-1

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Erik Hagoort (NL)
Bas van den Hurk (NL)

Guest Advisor
Tudor Bratu (RO/NL)

Guest Artists
Adina Mocanu (RO)
Ioana Gheorghiu (RO)
Giles Eldridge (GB)
Lorelinde Verhees (NL)


Danni van Amstel (NL)
Katrein Breukers (NL)
Giulia Cenci (IT)
Katherina Heil (GER)
Alexandros Kaklamanos (GR)
Tyas Leeuwerink (NL)
Paulina Mellado (CL)
Maud Oonk (NL)
Dimitris Rentoumis (GR)
Maarten Spons (NL)


The workshop ‘Art & Reciprocity’ accompanied the residency of participants at the AKV | St. Joost MFA at Bucharest Air. http://www.bucharestair.com/#news

Bucharest Air, established in 2010, functions as a non-profit organization, ran and managed by artists Tudor Bratu, Alice Gancevici, Remus Pușcariu, and Ioana Gheorghiu. Bucharest Air aims at generating and maintaining a high level platform for cultural exchange in Bucharest.

Event in collaboration with Make A Point, Bucharest

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