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2017: Guest lecturer at Accademia dell'Arte, Toscany, Italy

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https://www.dellarte.it



2016-2017: started as Researcher Art Studio Policy, at Platform BK, the Netherlands

For more information please visit:
https://www.platformbk.nl



April 2016: appointed Head Research & Discourse, Royal Academy of Art, the Hague, the Netherlands

For more information please visit:
https://www.kabk.nl



Lecture Re-under-standing Artistic Research by Tatjana Macic

Conference on Artistic Research
Date: 18 and 19 November 2016
Organiser: ArtEZ University of the Arts
Venue: ArtEZ University of the Arts, Arnhem, The Netherlands

For more information and full programme, please visit:
https://www.artez.nl



Performance lecture The Impulse to Write Images by Tatjana Macic at:

The International Conference on Artistic Research
Date: 28 and 29 April 2016
Organiser: Society for Artistic Research (SAR)
Venue: Royal Academy of Art and Royal Conservatoire, The Hague, The Netherlands



For more information and full programme, please visit:
www.sarconference2016.net


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Performance lecture The impulse to urgent by Tatjana Macic at:

Brainwash Festival
Date: 27 February 2016
Place: Schouwburg, The Hague, The Netherlands
Brainwash Festival asks influential thinkers and artists to answer dificult questions about times we live in.

To purchase tickets and more information visit: www.brainwashfestival.nl

Na twee uitverkochte edities in Amsterdam presenteren we Brainwash Den Haag. Deze editie van ons festival staat in het teken van een filosofische benadering van de grote maatschappelijke en persoonlijke vragen van deze tijd. Vragen die van te groot belang zijn om uitsluitend aan politici en economen over te laten. Met gebruik van de denkkracht van de grootste denkers van nu gaan we opzoek naar een betere toekomst.


Belangrijke internationale filosofen zetten eeuwenoude kennis in om nieuwe vragen te begrijpen, jonge talentvolle denkers geven verrassende eigentijdse perspectieven en theatermakers, schrijvers en kunstenaars bieden ideeën over een betere toekomst. DJ`s draaien door tot in de late uurtjes en in een ontspannen sfeer denken we na over de grootste vragen van dit moment. Brainwash geeft geen hapklare antwoorden, maar verheldert je vragen, stelt je vooroordelen op de proef en biedt verrijkende ideeën voor het alledaagse leven.


Speakers: Femke Halsema, Tom Chatfield, Colin Crouch, Costica Bradatan, James Garvey, Ignaas Devisch, Karim Benammar, Jan Drost, Lammert Kamphuis, Mezrab Storytelling, Tamar de Waal, Laura van Dolron, Tinneke Beeckman, Thijs Lijster, The School of Life, Boris van der Ham en Fauzia Ilyas, Clairy Polak, Ad Verbrugge, Daan Heerma van Voss, Jan Brokken, Writers Unlimited, Wicher Schols, Aart Goedhart, Tarik Yousif, Het Filosofisch Kwintet, Gijs Deckers, Literatuur Late Night, Mira Feticu, Zihni Özdil, Franka Karsten, Barbara van der Steen, Filosofie Oost-West, Hanne Hagenaars, Studium Generale van de Koninklijke Academie, Gerben Nap, Arjo Klamer, Academie voor de Nutteloze Kennis, Het voetenwerk van Foucault, Ilya Brodsky, Sahand Sahebdivani, Trista Mrema, Radboud Reflects and Tatjana Macic.

Brainwash wordt geproduceerd door The School of Life en is een samenwerking met omroep Human.




Installation Digital God by Tatjana Macic at:

Bring Your Own B
Date: 17 January 2016
Place: Flat, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Bring Your Own B is an Embassy of The Wrong - New Digital Art Biennale.

The BrowserBased is gathering together @ Flatstation in Amsterdam dragging along devices to show their work. E-readers, iPhones, tablets, projectors, routers, laptops, smart watches, old CRT’s, plasma’s, anything that can visually mediate the running browser will be set up. It will be a compact AFK celebration, a Facebook group feed in space, a Bring Your Own Whatever...


Presenting: Joubin Zargarbashi | Radovan Misovic | Mavros Katramovic | Next Page | Karina Pálosi | Jochem Van Der Spek | Jan Robert Leegte | Joonas Westerlund | Govinda Mens | Zsolt Mesterhazy | Eelco Wagenaar | Marjolijn Ruyg | Dominik Podsiadly | Jan van Grunsven | Ksu Pankratova | Geert Nm Mul | Noemata Alias | Myriam Lb | Marieke Verkoelen | Niko Princen | Mario Santamaria | Cym Net | Florian Kuhlmann | Willem van Weelden | Kareem Lotfy | Maja Beun | Olaf Baars | Cym Net | Chantal Maschke | Tatjana Macic | Sander Veenhof | Fons Verkoelen | Robert Riphagen | Nora Papp | Agam Andreas |…

Supported by Stichting Flat and Mondriaan Fonds.





Urgent Matters / Srettam Tnegru: ARCHIVE AS AN EVENT (with a soup)

Saturday 31 October, 17-22pm
GOLEB    Burgemeester de Vluchtlaan 125
Entrance: free+ voluntary fee for the soup
Language: English
 


Urgent Matters / Srettam Tnegru

Urgent Matters / Srettam Tnegru in collaboration with artist k.g. Guttman and kindly hosted in Goleb would like to invite you to an informal round table discussion in Goleb, where each is asked to bring a flyer or image of an exhibition or artwork or found footage that are in your files.

Part recuperation of local recent history / part personal genealogy of artists we care about, the proposed dinner mines our memories, how we are keepers of works that we have seen, what we care about and why.

This time we propose questions about the artistic process: How do these materials and your archive inform art practice? Do these images haunt us? How? What do we do with them? How does a post-colonial analysis filter the archival material we collect?
Part recuperation of local recent history / part personal genealogy of art(ists) we care about, the proposed event mines our memories, how we are keepers of works that we have seen, what we care about and why. 

Presentations by: Lauren Alexander, Kostana Banovic, Helen Hintjes, Geirthrudur Finnbogadottir Hjorvar, Mirko Lazovic and Robert Michael Simon.

Urgent Matters / Srettam Tnegru is a nomadic initiative for art, research, dialogue and exchange, founded by Tatjana Macic.
Goleb is an artist led space located on the second floor of a former school building (De Vlugt) in Amsterdam New-West.





ARCHIVE AS AN EVENT (with a soup)
Urgent Matters / Srettam Tnegru


Monday 1 June, 18-22pm
GOLEB    Burgemeester de Vluchtlaan 125
Entrance: free+ voluntary fee for the soup
Language: English 


Urgent Matters / Srettam Tnegru in collaboration with artist k.g. Guttman and kindly hosted in Goleb would like to invite you to an informal round table discussion in Goleb, where each is asked to bring a flyer or image of an exhibition or artwork or found footage that are in your files.

During the dinner we will ask you to do a short presentation on this reference.
Part recuperation of local recent history / part personal genealogy of artists we care about, the proposed dinner mines our memories, how we are keepers of works that we have seen, what we care about and why.

Presentations should be no longer than 15 minutes with plenty of chit chat.
You can also join us as a conversationalist.
k.g. will make a soup.
Please bring any extra food dishes and documents.

We will be a small group of no more than 12. We plan on hosting a series of these events in FALL 2015.

Urgent Matters / Srettam Tnegru is a nomadic initiative for art, research, dialogue and exchange, founded by Tatjana Macic.
Goleb is an artist led space located on the second floor of a former school building (De Vlugt) in Amsterdam New-West.


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Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam (SMBA), Monday 20 April, 7.30-9.30pm

Urgent Matters / Srettam Tnegru presents:
Workshop: Art in Sociospatial Transition

Language: English

In the workshop we look at how and why artists in former Yugoslavia and the Netherlands react to the local alignment of hierarchies and power in the context of the art in public space. Different political, economic and cultural connotations of 'public space' in the western and eastern Europe, with focus on former Yugoslavia, are reflected upon. Is the potential for the new types of self-organisation of artists one of the crucial aspects of the development of new art forms in public space — as opposed to economic, ethnic or racial sociospatial segregations fostered by the ”predatory capitalism” of today? If Lefebvre defined self-management (autogestion) as: knowledge about a company, a locality, an area or a region, and control (at the limit) over them by a certain group outside and in spite of the conditions which govern its existence and its survival through change, is it through this notion of self-management that different social groups and artists may be able to influence their own reality and even to fight for spatial justice as Edward Soja suggested?
 
Workshop is an opportunity to share your time and thoughts with Zoran Eric, chief curator  at The Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade (MoCA), Jeroen Boomgaard, lector at the Lectoraat Art & Public Space at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, head of Master’s programme Artistic Research at the University of Amsterdam, and Tatjana Macic, artist, writer, theoretician, founder of Urgent Matters / Srettam Tnegru, an initiative for art, research, dialogue and exchange.




The Rembrandt House Museum, Amsterdam
Sunday 19 April 2015, 14-16 pm

Join us on the 19th of April for a conversation about the role of the ‘master’ in contemporary art and education. What should young artists of today learn (from the master-artists)? And how was that during the era of Rembrandt? This conversation is a part ot the Rembrandt House Museum Café - a new monthly initiative by The Rembrandt House Museum, with lectures, discussion, theatre, live music etc. to connect the live and work of Rembrandt to present times.

Panel discussion with:

Zeus Hoenderop artist, founder of Master / Apprentice programme at Kunstpodium T.
Gabriel Lester artist, advisor at the Rijksakademie, mentor at the Mondriaan Fund.
Tatjana Macic artist, writer, theoretician, teacher Artistic Research at The Royal Academy of Art in the Hague.
Huib Haye van der Werf curator, head of the artistic programme at Jan van Eyck Academy.

Reservation is not necessary, but be aware there are limited seats available.

For more information visit Rembrandt House Museum: www.rembrandthuis.nl

Rembrandthuis presenteert: Meesterschap is Vakmanschap
Zondag 19 april, 14.30 ­ 16.00 uur, Museum het Rembrandthuis, Amsterdam


Het Rembrandthuis Café is een nieuw maandelijks initiatief van Museum Het Rembrandthuis, waarbij door middel van o.a. lezingen, discussiepanels, theatervoorstellingen, live muziek, etc. het leven en werk van Rembrandt, in het verleden en in verbinding met het heden op een interactieve manier belicht wordt.
In de tijd van Rembrandt lag de nadruk op vakmanschap en technieken die werden doorgegeven aan pupillen, maar bood Rembrandt ook al ruimte voor individuele ontwikkeling. Nu is er steeds meer aandacht voor de ‘eigen praktijk’ van een kunstenaar en minder voor basiskennis of technieken die iedere kunstenaar zou moeten beheersen. De hedendaagse kunst omvat zo’n breed scala aan mogelijkheden dat het moeilijk is nog te spreken van één vak. Wat verstaan we eigenlijk onder vakmanschap? Wat zouden de kunstenaars van nu, en vooral die van de toekomst, moeten leren?

Met te gast:

Zeus Hoenderop - kunstenaar, en oprichter Apprentice/Master (Leerling/Meester) programma vanuit Kunstpodium T, dat nu internationaal samenwerkt met 10 kunstacademies, waarbij steeds een ervaren kunstenaar in samenwerking met een klein groepje ‘apprentices’ een tentoonstelling maakt.
Gabriël Lester ­ kunstenaar die in Amsterdam en Shanghai woont en werkt binnen verschillende domeinen als cinema, architectuur, performance en muziek. Zijn werk was eerder te zien in o.a. Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Dokumenta 13 en Centre Pompidou. Gabriël Lester nam recent deel aan een pilotproject van het Mondriaan Fonds, waarbij hij samenwerkte met de jongere kunstenaar Jonas Lund.
Tatjana Macic ­ kunstenaar die opgroeide in Joegoslavië en woont en werkt in Amsterdam. Naast haar praktijk als kunstenaar houdt Tatjana zich intensief bezig met kunsttheorie en ontwikkelingen binnen het kunstonderwijs. Ze doceert Artistic Research aan de KABK in Den Haag. Recentlielijk starte ze Urgent Matters / Srettam Tnegru­ een platform over urgente kwesties binnen de hedendaags kunst.
Huib Haye van der Werf ­ curator, schrijver en hoofd van het artistieke programma aan de Jan van Eyck Academie, een instituut voor postacademische talentontwikkeling in Maastricht. Eerder was Huib curator bij Stichting Kunst in de Openbare Ruimte en het NAi. In 2013 deed hij onderzoek naar wat iemand die net afgestudeerd is zou moeten weten en kunnen binnen het veld van de hedendaagse kunst.

Reservering is niet noodzaakelijk, houd er rekening mee dat er een beperkt aantal zitplaatsen beschikbaar is.

Voor meer information zie Museum het Rembrandthuis: www.rembrandthuis.nl





Thursday 16 April 2015
Royal Academy of Art The Hague Jelle Bouwhuis, curator at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam pays a visit to Tatjana Macic's artistic research class at the Royal Academy of Art in the Hague, and gives a workshop about artistic archive in the context of the collection of the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.




Saturday 14 Maarch 2015
Upon the invitation of Sanders family, Urgent Matters / Strettam Tnegry organises a unique visit to the renowned Dutch art collectors Marieke Sanders ten-Holte and Pieter Sanders. 
They will talk to the invited artists and curators about collecting contemporary art and the artworks from their collection, currently on a show in Haarlem.
Urgent Matters / Srettam Tnegru is an initiative for art, research, dialogue and exchange, founded by Tatjana Macic






21 March - 03 May 2015
Jubilee art exhibition of notable artists and members of Arti et Amicitiae 1945-2015, curator Harry Heijink
For more information: www.arti.nl






OLE.01 Internazionale della Literatura Electronica
8th to 31st October 2014
the Royal Palace in Naples, Italy



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Vakantiewerk, Arti et Amicitiae
Rokin 112, Amsterdam
Opening of the group exhibition: Friday 27 June at 19:00 - 23:00h
Open: 27 June - 13 July 2014





Umetnost - Solidarnost, Gallery Tvrdjava, Nis, Serbia
8 June 2014
An auction of artworks donated by artists for the victims of recent floods in Bosnia, Croatia and Serbia.




Symposium Tot elkaar veroordeeld ? ­ Friendly Enemies in de kunst
For English scroll down

Datum: 26 mei, 17-22:00 uur (inloop vanaf 16:30 uur)
Plaats: Arti et Amicitiae, Rokin 112, Amsterdam.
Partners: De Appel, Castrum Peregrini en Arti et Amicitiae
Voertaal: Nederlands / Engels

Inleiding: Ann Demeester, directeur de Appel
Deelnemers: Maria Barnas (beeldende kunstenaar, schrijver), Danila Cahen (filmmaker), Maria Pask (kunstenaar), Frederique Bergholtz (curator, directeur If I Can’t Dance), Popel Coumou (fotografe), Alexander Mayhew (kunsthistoricus, curator) en Tatjana Macic (kunstenaar, curator).

Uitgenodigde kunstenaars en curatoren gaan met elkaar in gesprek over de betekenis van vriendschap en vijandelijkheid in de kunst.

Moderator: Bahram Sadeghi - programmamaker, o.a. bekend als één van De Jakhalzen van De Wereld draait door

Toegang: 17,50 euro inclusief entree, koffie/thee en diner met de kunstenaars en curatoren.
Bij Arti et Amicitiae kunt u aan de deur contant betalen of pinnen.
Reservering is vereist, aantal plaatsen is beperkt.
Reservering: mail@castrumperegrini.nl

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Het symposium Tot elkaar veroordeeld ? ­ Friendly Enemies in de kunst, is een onderdeel van de manifestatie My Friend. My Enemy. My Society, georganiseerd door Castrum Peregrini. De samenwerkingspartners gaan op onderzoek uit naar de vele betekenissen van vriendschap en vijandelijkheid op diverse plekken plaats in Amsterdam van 18 april t/m 22 juni 2013.

‘How many art histories are really prolonged and convoluted histories of friendships, partnerships, conversations and collaborations?’. Die retorische vraag stelde curator Dieter Roelstraete in een vraaggesprek met kunstenaar en curator ­ Tatjana Macic in 2009. Hij wilde op deze manier duidelijk maken dat vriendschapsbanden en de daarbijhorende beschaafde dialogen, cafegesprekken en heftige woordenwisselingen in het atelier tussen kunstenaars onderling, tussen critici, curatoren en kunstenaars een onmiskenbaar bestanddeel vormen van de moderne en hedendaagse kunst zoals we die kennen. We zijn vertrouwd met de legendarische ­ en daardoor ook mythische en deels gefictionaliseerde vriendschappen ­ tussen grootheden als Van Gogh en Gaugain, Magritte en Breton, Picasso en Matisse. Innige relaties die zich kenmerkten door betrokkenheid en gemeenschappelijke obsessies maar ook wedijver en jaloezie. Maar hoe zit het met kunstenaarsvriendschappen vandaag of artistieke vriendschappen zoals de Belgische kunstenaar Joelle Tuerlinckx ze noemt, vertrouwensrelaties die zich uitkristalliseren rond gedeelde artistieke fascinaties? En wat te denken van de professioneel-private verstandhouding tussen kunstenaars en tentoonstellingsmakers of museumdirecteuren? Zijn ze onvermijdelijk vrienden zoals Rudi Fuchs ooit beweerde of eerder ‘friendly enemies’ zoals Van Abbe directeur Charles Esche het omschreef in de gelijknamige documentaire van Danila Cahen.  Ze staan elkaar op een vriendelijke manier spreekwoordelijk naar het leven, hebben nooit dezelfde belangen maar delen dat ene ding: onvoorwaardelijke liefde voor de kunst. Bewondering en kritiek, betrokkenheid en scherpe analyse van elkaars werk lijken vaste bestanddelen van de persoonlijke relaties tussen kunstenaars en curatoren. Welke spanningen en uitdagingen hiermee gepaard gaan verkennen de organisatoren van Arti et Amicitiae en de Appel arts centre ­ in tandem met het aanwezige publiek ­ tijdens een diner met debat in Nederlands’ oudste kunstenaarssociëteit, de ‘thuishaven’ van dit soort informele relaties.
Tekst by Ann Demeester, directeur de Appel

Zie ook:
MY FRIEND. MY ENEMY. MY SOCIETY project website: www.myfriendmyenemymysociety.nl
De Appel art centre: www.deappel.nl
Arti et Amicitiae: www.arti.nl
Castrum Peregrini: www.castrumperegrini.org


ENGLISH SUMMARY:

The symposium Tot elkaar veroordeeld ? ­ Friendly Enemies in de kunst is organized by De Appel, Castrum Peregrini en Arti et Amicitiae.
Date: 26 May 2013, 17-22h (doors open at 16:30h)
Place: Arti et Amicitiae, Rokin 112 in Amsterdam.
Partners: De Appel, Castrum Peregrini and Arti et Amicitiae
Language: English and Dutch

Key note speaker: Ann Demeester, director de Appel
Panel: Maria Barnas (visual artist, writer), Danila Cahen (filmmaker), Maria Pask (artist), Frederique Bergholtz (curator, director If I Can’t Dance), Popel Coumou (photographer), Alexander Mayhew (curator, art historian) and Tatjana Macic (artist, curator).
Invited artists and curators explore the role of friendship in the arts. 

Moderator: Bahram Sadeghi - tv host, interviewer i.e. De Wereld Draait Door
Tickets: 17,50 euro including entry fee, coffee / tea and the diner with the artists and curators.
RSVP mandatory, via: mail@castrumperegrini.nl. You can pay at the door of Arti et Amicitiae.

For more information please visit:
MY FRIEND. MY ENEMY. MY SOCIETY project website: www.myfriendmyenemymysociety.nl
De Appel art centre: www.deappel.nl
Arti et Amicitiae: www.arti.nl
Castrum Peregrini: www.castrumperegrini.org




Publication
Tatjana Macic'c review of the book
'Positioning the Art gallery'- the Amsterdam Gallery World In an International Context
Published in the art journal Tubelight - Issue January/ February 2013 (in Dutch).

www.tubelight.nl






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Sunday 1 July 2012 at de Meent, Amsterdam 16:00-18:00h
Stadhouderskade 46, 1072 AA, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
E:æinfo@meent.nu
T: +31(0)626350454
www.meent.nu

Forms of ownership in former Yugoslavia

In current liberal times, communism has fully ceased to be an alternative for modes of ownership. Yet, at the same time, as the case of former Yugoslavia shows, that does not mean that there arenÍt important lessons and experiences to be drawn from the past. Former Yugoslavia, with its many-facetted transitions from private ownership to appropriation by the socialist government, from workerÍs self-management to EU induced liberalization policies, is a valuable discussion theme for de Meent.

Tatjana Macicætalks about ïArtistic freedom in an ownership-mazeÍ. How art production in public space was and is influenced by ownership issues in former Yugoslavia: from private ownership to appropriation by the socialist government to todayÍs legal maze in countries in transition.

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Presentation of En Garde
En Garde is an artistsÍ initiative for research, innovation and dialogue between the artist and society, for reflection on (art) history and the role it can play in current artistic production. En Garde currently organises ïDot dot dot exclamation markÍ, an exhibition in progress in private and public spaces. A part of the exhibition will be on display at the project space OT301 in Amsterdam. The on-going exhibition is accompanied by series of discussions with amongst others artists, philosophers, interested citizens and historians. En Garde is an initiative of the artistsæDusan Rodic and Tatjana Macic. Dusan Rodic is currently enrolled in the Rijksakademie residence program. æ


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Tatjana Macic's digital artwork Floating Thoughts, Rhizome and Shapes (2010), is shown trough January and March 2011 at the two-part exhibition ¿An Exchange with Sol LeWittî at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art -MASS MoCA and in Cabinet Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, USA.

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An Exchange with Sol LeWitt
23 January-31 March, 2011
Opening reception: Saturday, 22 January 2011, 7-9 pm
Location: 1040 MASS MoCA Way, North Adams, Massachusetts, USA
Gallery hours: 11 am-5 pm, every day except Tuesday
Website: www.massmoca.org

MASS MoCA is one of the largest centers for contemporary visual and performing arts in the United States and is located in North Adams, Massachusetts, on a restored nineteenth-century factory campus.

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An Exchange with Sol LeWitt
21 January-5 March, 2011
Opening reception: Thursday, 20 January 2011, 7-9 pm
Location: 300 Nevins Street, Brooklyn, New York, USA
Gallery hours: 12-6 pm, Tuesday-Saturday
Website: cabinetmagazine.org

Cabinet magazine's exhibition space was inaugurated in the fall of 2008 to extend the non-profit publication's engagement with art and culture into the public realm. The venue hosts exhibitions of both contemporary art and historical materials, as well as an eclectic schedule of talks, screenings and events.


As newly appointed advisor of the Amsterdam Fund for the Arts Tatjana Macic would like to ask you to inform the artists you know about the new subsidy 'Ontwikkelbudget beeldend kunstenaars' made available by the Fund. Interested artists should attend the information session on the 21st of September 2010.
For more information please visit: the Amsterdam Fund for the Arts.

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Read Tatjana Macic's article 'Performance interrupted: death and the other fabulous nonsense' about death on stage, breaking boundaries and Bojana Panevska's performance in de Brakke Grond, in HTV de IJsberg Nr. 84.
You can find HTV de IJsberg, your non-glossy arts newspaper in art galleries, bookshops, museums, universities, and art spaces in the Netherlands and Belgium.



Tatjana Macic's short introductory text about the artwork 'Shelter' by Dusan Rodic (Belgrade, 1974), a promising artist who recently graduated from Gerrit Rietveld Academy, is published in his graduation catalogue. You can read the text here.



Tatjana Macic at KunstVlaai 15-23 May 2010 Amsterdam

Artists' initiative Art Chive presents artists: Maartje Jaquet, Sibyl Kalf, Tatjana Macic, Nicole O'Niel, Roberta Petzoldt and Janneke Van der Putten.

KUNSTVLAAI / ART PIE 15-23 May 2010
Art Fair for new flavours in art
75 Independent art spaces, 15 MFA schools, 400 Artists

LOCATION:
Cultuurpark Westergasfabriek Amsterdam
Haarlemmerweg 8-10, 1014 BE Amsterdam
Art Chive's stand is at the Gashouder

OPENING: Saturday May 15 2010, 16:00-19.00 hrs
Open: May 16-23 2010, Daily 12:00-18:00 hrs
WEBSITE KUNSTVLAAI 2010: www.kunstvlaai.nl

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HTV DE IJSBERG NR.83 'AN ARTIST'S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY'

APRIL / MAY 2010

You can find HTV de IJsberg, your bimonthly non-glossy arts newspaper in art galleries, bookshops, museums, universities, and art spaces in the Netherlands and Belgium. Additionally HTV de IJsberg regularly organizes events along each published issue such as: exhibitions, lectures and debates.

IN THIS ISSUE:
Contributors:ÚSimon Faitfull, Jan Fabre, Oliver Laric, Katie Peterson, Tatjana Macic, Irene van de Mheen, Elias Tielman, Marijke van Warmerdam and others.
Editors in chief: Marloes van der Hoek and Dirk Vis
Editors:ÚLauren Alexander, Karin Bos, Allard van Hoorn, Daan NoppenÚ and Tatjana Macic.
DESIGNERS: Lauren Alexander and Ghalia Elskrabi
Final editor: Tatjana Macic

Subscribe, view or download selected complete articles from HTV de IJsberg's website:
HTV de IJsberg



dead darlings

You are hereby cordially invited to theÚDead Darlings RotterdamÚauction on Saturday 6th of February 2010.
Tatjana Macic¡s art is going to be auctioned.

Viewing days: 4th and 5th of February at De Zwarte Ruyter in Rotterdam.
Auction: 6th of February 2010 at ART FOUNDATIONÚ B.A.D. in Rotterdam.
Entrance: Free
Bidding at the auction: Buy a bidding paddle for 2,- euro and then write down your information. When one has bought an artwork, one has to sign a receipt.
Bid by telephone:The information the auction team needs from the bidder is: full name, telephone number, e-mail address, home address and how bidder wants to pay. You can phone during the day on Saturday 6th of February. To bid by phone please call Dead Darlings team:
Bonno: +31 (0)6 443 83 128 or Judith:ÚÚ+31 (0)6 811 49 471.

For more information please visit:
Dead Darlings
De Zwarte Ruyter
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The Construction Cabin on Tour (de Bouwkeet), Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

'Memories, stories and the invisible treasures'
Project by Tatjana Macic

19th of December, 14:00-16:00 hours, at the Museumplein, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Entrance: Free
Contact: +31 (0)20 5732741 or: stedelijkindestad@stedelijk.nl
Location: The Stedelijk's artistic version of a construction cabin has been touring the city. On 19th of December The Construction Cabin is standing on Museumplein in Amsterdam.
Please notice: this is the last day of The Construction Cabin project! Due to limited number of seats, please come on time.

For the artists Tatjana Macic the city of Amsterdam is a vibrant source of inspiration. In her recent project 'Memories, stories and the invisible treasures' she is therefore looking for thoughts, memories and stories of the residents of Amsterdam. She brings the oral history of Amsterdam to light. This afternoon in The Construction Cabin on Tour Tatjana is telling stories, showing drawings and archival material she collected, to show a special relationship the residents of Amsterdam have with the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and its collection.

With memories of:ÚDr.ÚMargriet SchavemakerÚ- Head Collections Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam,ÚRixt Hulshoff PolÚ- Head education Stedelijk Museum,ÚTati Freeke- SuwargandaÚ- Board member de Amsterdamshe Kring,ÚKarin Bos -ÚArtist,ÚLujzika Adema van KootenÚ- Student Art History at the University of ÚAmsterdam,ÚFarzad AhmadiÚ- Entrepreneur and art collector,ÚDaan NoppenÚ- Artist,ÚRob van Gelder - Resident of Amsterdam.
Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam




Tatjana Macic at 53rd Venice Biennale Eventi Collaterali

Mercury House One _ Save the Poetry
Virtual Mercury Poetry Shuttle Landing on Second Life - Tatjana Macic is performing her poem 'Armen benen' in Second Life

From June 5 to November 22 Video installation Save the Poetry
From September 2 to November 22 Installation Mercury House One
Opening hours: 10am - 8pm
Free entrance
MHO is a Àconcept-place”, poised between art and technology.
Organization: Fondazione Mare Nostrum

La BIennale di Venezia




TATJANA'S CHOICE: THE ART OF THE DAY AT: galeries.nl

Every day this October Tatjana Macic is choosing «THE ART OF THE DAY¡ as a guest curator at the Dutch art websiteÚ GALERIES.NL,Úsuggesting the best art, artists and places to visit in Holland and Belgium, providing each dailyÚ choice with a shortÚmotivation (in Dutch).
GALERIES.NLÚis an Internet portal for Dutch art galleries, institutesÚ and museums attractingÚthousands of visitors each day.
HTTP://www.galeries.nl



HTV DE IJSBERG NR. 80 «TOONBEELD¡Ú

SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER 2009

HTV de IJsberg has been collaborating with the festival IncubateÚin Tilburg and the artist Hermann Nitsch who¡sÚ artwork is on the cover.

IN THIS ISSUE:
Contributors:ÚJohn Baldessari, Persijn Broersen en Margit Luckùs, De Aanale Fase, Mara Picione, JelenaÚ Miskovic and others.Ú
Editors in chief: Tony Hofman and Dirk Vis
Editors:ÚLauren Alexander, Tiers Bakker, Karin Bos, Allard van Hoorn, Marloes van der Hoek, Daan NoppenÚ and Tatjana Macic.
DESIGNERS: Lauren Alexander and Ghalia Elskrabi
Final editor: Tatjana Macic

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You can find HTV de IJsberg, your bimonthly non-glossy art newspaper in art galleries, bookshops, museums, universities, and art spaces in the Netherlands and Belgium. Additionally HTV de IJsberg regularly organizes events along each published issue such as: exhibitions, lectures and debates.
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HTV de IJsberg at UNFAIR PROJECT by De Service Garage

JUNE 2009

Exhibition: UNFAIR PROJECT
Opening: Saturday 16 May 20:00 hrs
Open: 20 May till 7 june. Wed.-Sun. 12:00-18:00 hrs
Location: De Service Garage, Stephensonstraat 16, Amsterdam. Open from Wednesday  Sunday, 12.00  18.00 p.m.
Opening: Saturday 16 May 20.00 hrs: Introductie door Donna Wolf, founder of DØiska & The collection
Performance: Komplot¡s Share Launch; a collectief curators from Brussels
Performance Francesca Grilli: Enduring Midnight  Soprano/ Lina Vasta & Pianist/ Dott. Diego Mattiello
Music by DJ Lonely & Baba Electronica

Event & Finissage: Saturday 6 June, 13.00 p.m.
For full programme please visit website of De Service Garage.

Websites:

De Service Garage
Parashutartists
TijdelijkMuseum Amsterdam

Parachutartists Foundation and De Service Garage are proud to present UNFAIR PROJECT. Structured as an international group exhibition and side events, the project¡s focus is on the phenomenon of contemporary art fair and art economy. In collaboration with other art initiatives, art magazines, writers and curators, UNFAIR PROJECT shines a light on experimental, non-commercial and socially engaged art. The exhibition seeks out for interaction through site-specific installations, performances and other events. The project explores the value and function of art in the age of post- neoliberalism. What impact does the credit crisis have on the position of artists and the art world?

Curators: Ehsan Fardjadniya (Parachutartists Foundation), Frank Ammerlaan en Thijs Rhijnsburger (De Service Garage, Amsterdam), Nazli Gurlek (independent curator, Turkye), Sonia Dermience (Komplot, Brussels), Caterina Riva (FormContent, London), Johan Gustavsson (1646, The Haque)
Artists: Jorge Cabieses Valdes (RCH), Francisco Camacho (CO), Bas de Boer (NL), Maroan el Sani (D), Ehsan Fardjadniya (NL/IR), Zoro Feigl (NL), Nina Fischer (D), Maartje Fliervoet (NL), Francesca Grilli (IT), Idan Hayosh (IL), Maria Karantzi (GR), Schirin Kretschmann (D), Matthieu Laurette (F), Dan Shaw-Town (GB), Edwin Stolk (NL), Raymond Taudin Chabot (NL), Conrad Ventur (USA), Dmitry Vilensky (RUS)

Participating Art Magazines: Useless Magazine (NYC, London), Chto delat? What is to be done? (St. Petersburg), HTV de IJsberg (Amsterdam)

You can find HTV de IJsberg, your bimonthly non-glossy art newspaper in art galleries, bookshops, museums, universities, and art spaces in the Netherlands and Belgium. Additionally HTV de IJsberg regularly organizes events along each published issue such as: exhibitions, lectures and debates.
Editors in chief: Tony Hofman and Dirk Vis
Final editor: Tatjana Macic

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HTV de IJsberg Nr. 78: 'Who's your daddy?'

APRIL / MAY 2009

You can find HTV de IJsberg, your bimonthly non-glossy art newspaper in art galleries, bookshops, museums, universities, and art spaces in the Netherlands and Belgium. Additionally HTV de IJsberg regularly organizes events along each published issue such as: exhibitions, lectures and debates.

In this issue:
Tatjana Macic: 'Ivan Grubanov: Artist as an agent of change' is a part of Tatjana Macic’s series of essays and critical thoughts about artistic practice under the collective title: 'ARTIST AS A SUPERHERO'.

Tatjana Macic: 'Ideal or real dacha' a preview of an exhibition of the Russian born artist Ksenia Galiaeva.



Contributors: Cornel Bierens, Massimo di Angelis, Ksenia Galiaeva, Ivan Grubanov, Daan Noppen, Kali Nikolou, Katja Novitskova, David van Reybrouck, Eric de Weijde, Dorien de Wit, Tatjana Macic and others.
Editors in chief: Tony Hofman and Dirk Vis
Editors: Lauren Alexander, Tiers Bakker, Allard van Hoorn and Marloes van der Hoek
Final editor: Tatjana Macic

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HTV de IJsberg Nr. 77: Tatjana's interview with Dieter Roelstrate: Curatorial contradiction


If you have nothing else to do these days, read what Tatjana urgently needed to ask curator Dieter Roelstraete in: HTV de IJsberg Nr. 77, in an interview Curatorial contradiction.

Also in this issue: guest editors - a research team Imaginary Property from Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht, interview with Charles Eshe and more.
You can find HTV de IJsberg, your bimonthly non-glossy art newspaper, in art galleries, bookshops, museums and art spaces in the Netherlands and Belgium.


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