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Exhibition Scars & Other Remnants

11.12.2010 Exhibition Scars & Other Remnants

Scars & Other Remnants is the first solo exhibition of works by Dinh Q. Lê to be held in the Netherlands. Dinh Q. Lê (born 1968) is considered one of the most important and influential contemporary Vietnamese artists Scars & Other Remnants is exhibited at the Prince Claus Fund Gallery from 16 December 2010 till 18 March 2011. The Prince Claus Fund Gallery is located at...

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Collaboration Prince Claus Fund and World Monuments Fund Cultural Heritage Emergency Response

10.12.2010 Collaboration Prince Claus Fund and World Monuments Fund Cultural Heritage Emergency Response

The Prince Claus Fund (PCF) and World Monuments Fund (WMF) today announced that work has begun on the four projects that have been identified as the initial focus of the collaborative Cultural Heritage Emergency Response program. The partnership, which addresses the recovery of monuments and important sites in the wake of natural and man-made disasters, underscores the profound impact of such disasters...

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Director Els van der Plas leaves the Prince Claus Fund

6.11.2010 Director Els van der Plas leaves the Prince Claus Fund

On 17 January 2011, Els van der Plas will bid farewell to the Prince Claus Fund as its director. After more than thirteen years she will take a new step in her career by becoming director of Premsela, the Dutch Platform for Design and Fashion. Since its founding in 1997, Els van der Plas has turned the Prince Claus Fund into an international institute for culture and development that is recognised...

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URRA art residency, Buenos Aires, Argentina

9.9.2010 URRA art residency, Buenos Aires, Argentina

The Prince Claus Fund supported the Peruvian artist Alejandro Jaime Carbonel to participate in URRA, an Argentinian artist-in-residence URRA where artists from all over the world come together to collectively work on art for a month. 

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New edition of Les RECREATRALES theatre festival in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

9.9.2010 New edition of Les RECREATRALES theatre festival in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

Since 2002, the theatre festival RECREATRALES is the most important place for African (performance) artists to work, research and reflect on their practices. For 10 days, Ouagadougou is transformed into an open air theatre where Africa’s best theatre companies, actors, directors, scriptwriters and set designers meet. 

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