Antonia Alampi, iLiana Fokianaki, Michiel Vandevelde. Photo Izra-Marie Jans_web

Antwerp Art Weekend

Presentation of the new Kunsthal Extra City

On Saturday 20 May, during the Antwerp Art Weekend, meet the new artistic team of Kunsthal Extra City, that will introduce its thoughts on how to give shape to its new mission over the next three years, through exhibitions and a public programme together with director Adinda Van Geystelen and Extra City’s staff.

Programme 20 May

15:00 – 16:00
Join us for afternoon tea and an introduction to our new artistic team

16:00-17:00
Open conversation ‘Connecting with the City’
with Antonia Alampi, iLiana Fokianaki, Michiel Vandevelde and Adinda Van Geystelen, moderated by Pascal Gielen

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INTER CITY – FUTURES NOW
19 May – 4 June 2017
Exhibition with up-and-coming alumni from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts and Sint Lucas School of Arts, Antwerp

In anticipation of its reopening on 8 September 2017, Kunsthal Extra City is opening its exhibition spaces with a selection of projects from different art schools.

During the Antwerp Art Weekend, Royal Academy of Fine Arts and Sint Lucas School of Arts, Antwerp, will present a selection of their recently graduated alumni.

The participating artists are: Ruben Boeren, Elena Bundurakis, Winnie Claessens, Filip Collin, Rens Cools, Sarah De Wilde, Chloé Dierckx, Liesbeth Doms, Maika Garnica, Alexis Gautier, Nick Geboers, Thomas Grødal, Liesbeth Grupping, Vincent Hagnauer, Sarah Hendrickx, Lien Hüwels, Lindert Paulussen, Bence Rohanszky, Claudia G Sosa, Ben Sledsens, Denitsa Todorova, Ersi Varveri, Puck Vonk

Curated by Nico Dockx, Geert Goiris and Kurt Vanbelleghem

Generously supported by the City of Antwerp

Opening hours during the Antwerp Art Weekend:
Thursday 18 May, Vernissage, 19:00-23:00
Friday 19 May, 12:00-21:00
Saturday 20 May, 12:00-18:00
Sunday 21 May, 12:00-18:00

Opening hours from 22 May till 4 June:
Wed-Sun, 13:00-18:00

Antonia Alampi, iLiana Fokianaki, Michiel Vandevelde. Photo Izra-Marie Jans_web