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Fucking Good Art #38 2019

Fucking Good Art #38 2019

19,95  inkl. MwSt., zzgl. Versand

In autumn 2017, at the invitation of the City of Zurich Culture, the artist duo FGA (Nienke Terpsma, Rob Hamelijnck) from Rotterdam began their research as part of the planned “Regionale”. During a studio stay in Zurich at the beginning of this year, the result was a project for an artist's book on the art scene.more

The publication contains numerous discussions and contributions by artists from Zurich and other parts of Switzerland and will be published as part of “Kunst: Szene Zürich 2018”.
Nienke Terpsma and Rob Hamelijnck have already been artistically active in Switzerland several times. In 2008, as a contribution to the exhibition “Shifting Identities” at the Kunsthaus Zürich, the artistic-conceptual field study “The Swiss Issue” was created, in which they took a look at the working and production conditions, but also at the themes, motifs and interests of their Swiss fellow artists and the associated mediation context.
The current project refers to this work in the sense of a long-term artistic-documentary study and reinterrogates its results against the background of a worldwide, rapid change in artistic production conditions.
Much has changed in the last ten years, not least because of the more economically oriented international art scene. But the financial crisis and regulation of the financial sector have also left their mark. Thanks to new training programs and newly oriented universities, artists are “professionalized” differently than they were a decade ago. With an unobstructed view from the outside, FGA questions the local art scene and its protagonists and draws a picture that is of interest far beyond Switzerland.

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