Arti Oeuvre Prize 2023 - Irene Fortuyn
The Arti Oeuvre Prize is awarded once every four years to a visual artist whose oeuvre is generally recognised, of exceptional quality and still in development. An oeuvre that shows passion, that is more than the sum of its parts, and that makes an essential contribution to the art field in the Netherlands.
We made it
The exhibition We Made It, which is associated with the prize, celebrates the 'oeuvre with a mission' and opens up the relevant discussion about collaboration and making visible the often invisible co-creators of the artwork. We Made It reflects with a dozen people on the works and projects of the past 35 years. We Made It beats the drum to highlight the makers behind the maker.
From the jury report: “Irene Fortuyn's œuvre is characterized by in-depth research, a multitude of forms of collaboration and unlimited exchange of ideas at the interface of art, landscape and education. [...] Her critical mentality and the frivolous, ambiguous and at the same time groundbreaking images and installations from her early days are the basis for an exceptional oeuvre that is of great significance both within the domain of art and beyond.”
The jury of the Arti Oeuvre Prize 2023 consists of Hans Eijkelboom, Marieke van Diemen, Marjoca de Greef, Dorien de Wit and chairman Petra Noordkamp.
Dates and times
|Saturday 23 September||12:00 - 18:00|
|Sunday 24 September||12:00 - 18:00|
|Tuesday 26 September||12:00 - 18:00|
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