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Gerrit Rietveld Academy Amsterdam personify inspirations of the new generation.


Gerrit Rietveld Academy Amsterdam personify ideas and inspirations of the new modelling generation and portrayal the 'Fashion Show 2017' created by its new artists who belong also to its year graduation collections. 
Gives the chance to the new generation to express its modern way of thinking and interpretation of the outside and communication between people.
On 9th June 2017 the Fashion department of the Gerrit Rietveld Academy proudly presents all about the new generation artists and their decision of the ways of stating and what they preferred to choice is.. 




Anouk Beckers,Boris Kollar,Chelsea Peterson,Jonathan Aldenberg,Karen Huang, Line Langkjer,Miro Hamalainen,Nathaly Vlaun,Ninamounah Langestraat and Yujin Jung are the creators of the 'Fashion Show 2017' and its artistic mode which combine the objective reality with senses's power to get information about the world around you.

The Gerrit Rietveld Academy which from 1939 to 1960 its programme was influenced by the functionalist and social-critical ideas of De Stijl and the Bauhaus plays a great role to the visual arts and to the indiviual expression that increased in the 1960's- 1970's. 
Together with a practical orientation and a critical mentality, these influences continue to define much of the face of the academic today.



In 1967 the school moved to its present academy building,designed by architect and furniture designer Gerrit Rietveld. When the school became part of the higher professional education system in 1968 and was given the status of an Academy for Fine Arts and Designs the name was changed to the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in honour of Rietveld who was passed away in 1965.
Workshops gives students the opportunity to work with industrial sewing machines,lock stitch machines,leather machines,zig zag sewing,thick material machines and industrial steam irons. 


The TXT department proudly presents a selection of images,texts and weaves from a collective investigation into body,clothes,behaviour and identify.





As the 'Gerrit Rietveld Academy' explains'..The Fine Arts department aim to train students to become professional visual artists, ready to participate in the art world and with the potential and qualifications to undertake top-class postgraduate and post-academic study in The Netherlands and abroad. 
Students who enter the department join an on going conversation about the possibilities of Fine Arts as a creative practice and a thinking discipline.
They become part of an environment in which they are exposed to a wide range of media and artistic approaches existing side by side..


Fine Arts provides a space where students are led to reflect on their own assumptions about art and about the world in order to continuously reposition themselves artistically.











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