21 – 23 oct 2016
Portfolio reviews – Discourse – Grand opening Atlas Residency – afterparty with DJ’s Gerst & Nat – Two nights in an exceptional hotel – BredaPhoto passe-partout
From 21 – 23 October, BredaPhoto focuses on the international (art)student. You can, for example, take part in portfolio reviews with renowned artists and curators, ponder the future of photography during lectures and mix and mingle with likeminded people.
Also a passe-partout for the festival is included, which gives access to the 25+ exhibitions with over 70 outspoken photographers and upcoming talent, to spark your inspiration. And you get access to a party with the DJ’s GERST & NAT after which you can crawl into your sleeping bag in the monastery in Breda which has turned into a temporary hotel just for the students!
Be part of the weekend with package deal for €60:
– Portfolio reviews by:
Fotograaf des Vaderlands: Robin de Puy (The annual ambassador of Dutch photography)
Elisa Medde (managing editor Foam International Photography Magazine, Amsterdam)
Robert-Jan Verhagen (curator Liefhertje en De Grote Witte Reus, Den Haag)
Carel van Hees (photographer/filmer)
Joachim Naudts (curator & editor FOMU, Antwerpen)
Reinout van den Bergh (curator BredaPhoto)
– Two lectures by experts in photography
– 30% discount catalogue BredaPhoto 2016
– Passe-partout BredaPhoto (value € 16,00): free access to exhibitions, boat trip and events during BredaPhoto 2016
– Grand opening exhibition Artist in Residence at ATLAS boat: seven students from the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany are invited to work and experiment during four weeks on the ATLAS boat at Belcrum Beach. They’ll work as individuals and in cooperation, to explore the boundaries of art and photography.
– Short movies in the open air, by Solar Cinema at STEK hotspot
– Party with DJ duo Gerst & Nat
– Two nights, including breakfast, at the special student campsite in Het Klooster, Breda. An old monastery where nowadays a community works and lives.
In case you don’t want the stay overs and the breakfast, you can choose to take part in the portfolio reviews and receive a BredaPhoto passe-partout for a total amount of €20.
Don’t miss it! Max 50 students can participate, so don’t wait too long. Get your ticket with or without the stay overs via our Ticket page
Friday, 21 October:
Arrival at Het Klooster, Breda
Saturday, 22 October:
Breakfast at Het Klooster, Breda
10:00 – 14:00 portfolio reviews | Podium Bloos
19:00 Grand opening exhibition Atlas Residency at the Atlas boat | Belcrum Beach
20:00 one-minute movies in the open air, by Solar Cinema | STEK hotspot
22:00 Party time with dj’s Gerst & Nat and video-performance of Victor Goemaere | Podium Bloos
Sunday, 23 October:
14:00 – 15:00 Lecture Viola Winokan, galerist and art dealer: how to access the photography market as a young photographer?
15:30 – 16:30 Lecture Sterre Sprengers (De Correspondent): what’s the future of photography?
Sterre Sprengers will talk about the decision making process as an editor in choosing photographs for articles of De Correspondent, what she is looking for in photographers working for De Correspondent and how photographers can get their own work on the right platform. What is the role of images in the media, and what is your role as an visual artist? Ask her all about these subjects during the 30 minutes discussion!
About ATLAS Artist In Residence – grand opening 22 October
The ATLAS Initiatief builds an international and mobile residency on a former Polish fishing vessel. Artists and scientists from all over the world can stay here for a period to work and to experiment. In the near future the ATLAS will sail across the seven seas, offering artists and scientists a unique journey and experience.
About Het Klooster
An old monastery in Breda where nowadays a community works and lives. Amongst other activities they give shelter to a group of homeless people. From here on these people can start a new life. The students who visit the BredaPhoto international Student Weekend will stay at this monastery.