AIAF PRIZE 2017 AWARDS CEREMONY

In collaboration with sponsors and partners we present to you The AIAF Awards 2017.

CEREMONY

Giving Artist & Gallery the recognition that they deserve and acknowledgement for their hard work. The Awards are judged by Curators & Guest Judges. Collectively they judge the participants of the Amsterdam International Art Fair. 


THE JURY

Henk Veen - a recognised name in the Netherlands from numerous galleries and expositions in well known locations. Henk’s paintings have also be seen in programs such as Golden Cage on Talpa TV, Idols, MTV/TMF awards, Big Brother Hotel, Absolutely, Cash & Carlo, 7Tease, Trendies, Wannahaves and Life & Cooking. The artist is also known by his ArtSquare events in the Keukenhof, Dam to Dam running event and Rembrandt square in Amsterdam. International fame of the exhibitions in the Louvre - Paris, where the painter has received the “Prix Special”. The artist will always be found in the Amsterdam Museum with artistic signs from the project he set up, becoming the winner of the Hein Roethof Prize in 2012 and the Theo Fransman Eremedaille and Silver Plum Police may have received because of the successful project. More information on www.henkveen.nl and www.henkveen.com

Annemarie de Wildt - Historian and Curator at the Amsterdam Museum. She has curated many exhibitions on topics that focus on daily life, urban conflicts and culture, migration and identity. Her exhibition projects include prostitution, Amsterdam songs, sailors’ tattoos, football as a religion, animals in the city, neighbourhood shops, graffiti and the love-hate relationship between Amsterdam and the House of Orange. Her exhibitions are characterised by a hybrid variety of objects, often a mix of ‘high’ and ‘low’ culture and with a strong role for human stories. She prefers to co-create exhibitions in dialogue with the people that are (re)presented and therefore knows Amsterdam like her pocket.

Annemarie has given many lectures and workshops in the Netherlands and abroad. Her international projects include the touring Football Hallelujah exhibition, The Hoerengracht (together with the National Gallery in London) and a twinning project with Fort Nieuw Amsterdam in Surinam. Annemarie de Wildt is a keen blogger and has published various books/catalogues and many articles and blogs on the practice and dilemma’s of curating and (contemporary) collecting.

Ruurd Hallema - Famous Dutch Sculptor. Hallema (1954) born in the 'Limburgse Munstergeleen'. Graduated at the 'Stadsacademie voor toegepaste kunsten' in Maastricht and also at the 'Academie voor Beeldende Vorming in Amsterdam'. As Sculptor he is working from his studio in Borne and his gallery in Amsterdam. He is also a Teacher at the 'Hogeschool Edith Stein'.


In collaboration with sponsors and partners we present to you AIAF 2017 AWARDS CEREMONY pictures.

AIAF 2017 AWARDS CEREMONY
Giving Artist & Gallery the recognition that they deserve and acknowledgement for their hard work. The Awards are judged by Curators & Guest Judges. Collectively they judge the participants of the Tokyo International Art Fair. Giving the outstanding artist and gallery the recognition that they deserve, and acknowledgement for their hard work. The Awards are judged by Curators & Guest Judges. Collectively they judge the participants of the Amsterdam International Art Fair. The winners were announced on Saturday 26th August at 16.00pm at the Beurs van Berlage.

 

AIAF 2017  |  WINNERS

1. Evadi                                                                            2. Anna-Lisa Unkuri                                                          3. Zheni Maslarova Warner


In collaboration with sponsors and partners we present to you AIAF 2015 AWARDS CEREMONY pictures.

AIAF 2015 AWARDS CEREMONY
Giving Artist & Gallery the recognition that they deserve and acknowledgement for their hard work. The Awards are judged by Curators & Guest Judges. Collectively they judge the participants of the Tokyo International Art Fair.Giving the outstanding artist and gallery the recognition that they deserve, and acknowledgement for their hard work. The Awards are judged by Curators & Guest Judges. Collectively they judge the participants of the Amsterdam International Art Fair. The winners were announced on Saturday 29th August at 16.00pm at the Beurs van Berlage.

 

AIAF 2015  |  WINNERS

1. Gregory Emvy                                                                           2. Camilla Ancilotto                                               3. Jeff Murray


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