Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp

The first exhibition in the context of the Expanding Academy program presents 40 handwritten panels of Louwrien Wijers as a reflection on her mental sculpture “Art meets Science and Spirituality in a changing Economy”. Curated by Nico Dockx and Judith Wielander.

The Lintfabriek was a hotspot for alternative youth culture in the outskirts of Antwerp, an international crossroad for alternative music and a breeding point of talent. Several enthusiasts committed to organising the archive presented here.

The solo presentation Like,now thinks of the Temple as a testing field. It marks the first step in Berit Schneidereit's research project which explores the fragment as a defining characteristic of photography and a form of visual language in itself.

Students of the academy engage in dialogue with the historic garden. They designed a work or intervention that relates to the environment and focuses on ecology and sustainability. Curated by Leon Vranken and Roel Arkesteijn.

A selective view of works by Master students, reflecting the challenges and complexities of the world as we know it today, as well as the different positions artists can adopt towards them. Curated by Guy Bovyn and Mariëlla Devos.

Track Report publishes research in/as art at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp. Browse through our latest publications to see the different aspects and great diversity of artistic research at and around the Academy!

Book launch following the publication of the expo Art in the City. A collaboration between the students of in situ³, Samuel Saelemaekers (curator Art in the city/Middelheimmuseum) and Bruno De Vos (Stockmans Art Books)