Posts Tagged 'Amsterdam'

Irony Curtain: A Russian Interventionist

Hello, my name is Anton Polsky (aka MAKE) and I am a Russian interventionist. I’ve got an invitation to visit Amsterdam in May ’14 to take part in an annual art festival called Kunstvlaai. The main mediums represented at the

/ By Make Make

Irony Curtain: A Russian Interventionist

Hello, my name is Anton Polsky (aka MAKE) and I am a Russian interventionist. I’ve got an invitation to visit Amsterdam in May ’14 to take part in an annual art festival called Kunstvlaai. The main mediums represented at the

/ By Make Make

DIY Safety Devices

One of my favorite projects at the Kunstvlaai Festival of Independents was by artist Alexia Mellor. The Unicorn Union Project examines how people cope with their fears and anxieties: “It is a participatory project, creating playful interventions and temporary communities

/ By Shriya Malhotra

DIY Safety Devices

One of my favorite projects at the Kunstvlaai Festival of Independents was by artist Alexia Mellor. The Unicorn Union Project examines how people cope with their fears and anxieties: “It is a participatory project, creating playful interventions and temporary communities

/ By Shriya Malhotra

Leftist Street Signs in Amsterdam

A city which offers freedoms and opportunities for people to make choices and to live their own reality is one that belongs to everyone. Unfortunately, the space and experience of our cities is usually dominated by the desires of planners,

/ By Shriya Malhotra

Leftist Street Signs in Amsterdam

A city which offers freedoms and opportunities for people to make choices and to live their own reality is one that belongs to everyone. Unfortunately, the space and experience of our cities is usually dominated by the desires of planners,

/ By Shriya Malhotra

Strategies of Russian Art Activism

On the 3rd and 4th of March, Welcome Back, Putin! a festival of Russian art activism, was held in Amsterdam. Events included an exhibition curated by Zhir gallery, a screening of the film Khodorkovsky, and discussions with local politicians and journalists.

/ By Make Make

Strategies of Russian Art Activism

On the 3rd and 4th of March, Welcome Back, Putin! a festival of Russian art activism, was held in Amsterdam. Events included an exhibition curated by Zhir gallery, a screening of the film Khodorkovsky, and discussions with local politicians and journalists.

/ By Make Make