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STARTPOINT 2015 selection at Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam

Arti et Amicitiae

Esther Hovers: from False Positives, 2015 (photography / detail)


opening on Friday Feb 5th at 8pm Feb 6th - March 13th, 2016 open Tue-Sun 12-18


Arti et Amicitiae
Rokin 112
1012 LB Amsterdam

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The StartPoint Prize has been mapping out the diploma work of students graduating from European art schools since 2003 and today it is the largest review of its kind. This year, too, around 20 artists were selected from 34 schools in 18 different countries for the final exhibition at the National Gallery in Prague in October 2015. All the artists participated in person in the installation of the exhibition and the opening.

The further selection of 7 artists was made by the curators for the impressive historical spaces of Arti et Amicitiae art society.

StartPoint, with its unique extent, covers a varied mixture of art genres and approaches, ranging from classical painting through sculpture or photography up to multimedia installations and videos, thus presenting the full scope of the upcoming European art generation.

Artists: Nicola Arthen (GRA Amsterdam, honorary mention of the jury), Esther Hovers (KABK Den Haag, the winner of SP 2015), Karl Isakson (Kunstakademiet København), Doyoun Park (MKH Kiel), Ruben Birrell (KASK Antwerpen, honorary mention of the jury), Julie Roch-Cuerrier (RCA London), Vladimíra Večeřová a Petra Lelláková (AVU Praha).

Curators: Radek Váňa and Pavel Vančát

Supported by the Tsjechisch Centrum (Rotterdam/Haag).