ALL INN: A national fine arts graduates show of 175 artists and 9 academies  Het HEM

Nine art academies, a hundred and seventy-five young artists, one exhibition. For the first time in history, recently graduated art academy students from all fine arts bachelor's programmes in the Netherlands are presenting their work together. ALL INN offers a suited answer to the fragmented graduation season due to COVID-19. The initiative, organised by a team of twenty-five recent graduates under the direction of curator Rieke Vos, will take shape in an extensive exhibition with a lively public programme. ALL INN will take place from four to seven March 2021 in the spacious factory hall of Het HEM in Zaandam.

Curator: Rieke Vos


Graduating in 2020

At the beginning of March, art academies and graduates were confronted with the trials and tribulations of online teaching, digital final exams and the bleak prospect of not being able to show their work to the world physically. To bridge this gap, the fine arts departments of AKI Enschede, AKV St Joost, ArtEZ, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, HKU, KABK, Maastricht Institute of Arts, Minerva and WdKA decided to join forces and unitedly developed an alternative. ALL INN meets the desire of young makers to show their work to the world, but the initiative reaches far beyond this.
 

Collaboration over competition

ALL INN is unique in the sense that no selection has been made among the graduated artists; the extensive exhibition offers space to everyone. ALL INN chooses collaboration over competition and collectivity over individualism. The initiative anticipates the uncertainty of an artistic career by offering young artists a broad introduction to the art world. This, on one hand, translates into a carefully constructed exhibition that highlights the dialogue between various works and current tendencies in the arts, and on the other hand, into an extensive public program curated by the young makers themselves.
 

Demystifying artistic practice

With the public programme the participants of ALL INN take the course of their artistic development into their own hands. During five days we will invite a variety of professionals for an open dialogue. Representatives from all facets of the art world will be questioned about the do's and don'ts, the highlights and disappointments of a life within the arts. Shared experiences about their work, underlying motives and objectives will contribute to a collective body of thought. The programme aims to demystify artistic practice, define unwritten rules and break the taboos, through an open discussion about the things we always wanted to know, but never dared to ask.
 

Organisation

ALL INN was initiated by nine Dutch bachelor's degree programmes in fine arts, in collaboration with curator Rieke Vos. Het HEM is the generous innkeeper that welcomes ALL INN and its visitors and embraces them with warmth and care. Located in the peripheral town of Zaandam, at a distance from the metropolitan art centres of the Netherlands, ALL INN is a benevolent refuge and destination for everyone.
The project has been made possible with the support of Mondriaan Fonds, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, NN Group and Stichting Stokroos. 

Participating academies 

Academie Minerva in Groningen, St. Joost School of Art & Design in Breda en Den Bosch, AKI ArtEZ University of the Arts in Enschede, Base for Experiment, Art and Research (BEAR), ArtEZ University of the Arts in Arnhem, Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, Hogeschool voor de Kunsten in Utrecht, Koninklijke Academie van Beeldende Kunsten in Den Haag, Maastricht Institute of Arts en Willem de Kooning Academie in Rotterdam.

Participating artists

Eady van Acker, Ingrid Adriaans, Emma Agterberg, Maria Akcay, Danielle Alhassid, Emiel Ambroos & Hans-Hannah, Django van Ardenne, Noah Arends, Andrea Asili, Megan Auður, Rosa Bakker, Madelief van de Beek, Romy Berends, Maya Berkhof, Celina Bermudez Vogensen, Jacob Bertilsson, Rakshita Bhargava, Merel van Bochove, Charlotte Bol, Eugenie Boon, Anouk Bouwens, Vladimir Bovt, Geertje Brandenburg, Attila Buonsenso, Shari Mona Cinzia Schöller, Luca Claveau, Sid Dankers & Mike Megens, Andrea Dautzenberg, Anna De Vriend, Indigo Deijmann, Erin Dekker, Cas van Deurssen, Boris Dieleman, Charlotte Dijkstra, Lasity Drachten, Marten Drewes, Reinier van Duijn, Tatiana Duran Martinez, Gideon Eillert, Jesse van Epenhuijsen, Merel van Erpers Roijaards, Salima Essakkati el Musalima, Larissa Esvelt, Erlend Evensen, Anastina Eyjolfsdottir, Sietske Feenstra, Shardenia Felicia, Jesse Fischer, Benjamin Francis, Isabella Francis, Dave Fransz, Oskar Frere Smith, Audrey Frijns, Yael Gabay, Kiana Girigorie, Max Glader, Nicky Goldsteen, Philipp Groubnov, Anneke Haane, Lieve Hakkers, Jim van den Heuvel, Clémence Hilaire, Amy Hill, Liza Houben, Manon Jeuken, Matthijs Jeuring, Shimon Kamada, Merlin Kater, Nicky Kirpestein, Elisa Klabbers, Máté Kohout, Fenna Koot, Jakob Krinzinger, Krijn Kroes, Puck Kroon, Teun Krosenbrink, Tara Eva Kuijpers Wentink, Zwaantje Kurpershoek, Karin Kytökangas, Tessa Langeveld, Emmie Liebregts, Isa van Lier, Tosja van Lieshout, Beatriz Luz, Lisa Maartense, Cassidy Maclear, Ahmad Mallah, Sophie Mastenbroek, Sarah McLacken, Kee van der Meer, Donata Meijer, Narges Mohammadi, Mike van Moolenbroek, Daan Mulder, Marianne Nannings, Kyra Nijskens, Mathilde Nobel, Kara Noble, Ratri Notosurdirdjo, Amel Omar & Paul Braspenning & Marit Biemans & Jetske van Dorp, Eva Oomen, Nuno Orlando, Bas Oussoren, Giulietta Frieda Pastorino Verastegui, Vasiliki Pavlou, Marieke Peeters, Sachia Pereira-Stolle, Mitchel Peters, Kariem Philippa, Lore Pilzecker, Goretti Pombo, Ljubomir Popovic, Elisabeth Praastink Wessels, Emma Priester, Gerke Procee, Karina Puuffin, Helia Rafie, Amber van Rangelrooij, Hannah Reede, Judith Reijnders, Eleonora Johanna Remmen, Falkona Rexhepi, Sophie-Charlotte Richardson, David Rietdijk, WONNE Rodemeier, Seulbin Roh, Joris Roosen, Tessa Roosenstein, Justine Roussel, Karolina Rupp, Sona Sahakian, Lynn Salentijn, Astrid Sandbæk, Phillip Schmidt, Anne Schoemaker, Jeltje Schuurmans, Jacob Schwartz, Thijs Segers, Divyangi Shukla, Eva Sigurðardóttir, Vidya Sloots, Christina Stavrou, Famke Storms, Strategies of Relationality, Julie Ten Broek, Finn Theuws, Wanda Tiersma, Valter Tornberg, Nune Tounjikian, Myrthe Triepels, Ema Vanekova & Dolny Kubin, Celina Veenendaal, Louisa Vergozisi, Joost Vermeer, Jette Vogel, Anne de Vriend, Simon Wagter, Jordanka Waiyaki, Janna van Welsem, Eva van Wenum, Christy Westhovens, Noah van Wijk, Tim van Wijk, Luuk Willemen, Annemiek van der Wilt, Klaudija Ylaite, Maria Alejandra Yzaga, Rosa Maria Zangenberg, Quinn Zeljak, Nomin Zezegmaa, Merel Zonneveld, Tycho van Zomeren, Werner van der Zwan


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