Out of print

 

- The history of a legendary art institute
- Including many photos of famous Dutch artists from a few years and decades ago



Editors: Dominic van den Boogerd, Elly Reurslag
Contributors: Dominic van den Boogerd, Marlene Dumas, Carlson Hatton, Bert Jansen, Elly Reurslag, Marijke van Warmerdam, and many more
Design: Kühle und Mozer 

2004, Valiz with Stichting Ateliers 63 | paperback| 112 pp. | 24 x17 cm (h x w) | Dutch, English| ISBN 978-90-80731-82-0


De Ateliers, established in 1963, is an independent artists’ institute led by visual artists. New talent from the Netherlands and abroad is given the opportunity to develop their practice here, under the guidance of prominent artists who make studio visits every Tuesday. The institute has produced many internationally renowned artists. Blue Tuesdays maps the illustrious history of this unique institution. Art historian Bert Jansen describes how the enthusiasm of such artists as Jan Dibbets, Stanley Brouwn and Carel Visser turned the Haarlem initiative of the turbulent era of the 1960s into an influential workplace that has served as a model for fundamental reforms in art education. Ex-students such as Toon Verhoef, Joep van Lieshout, Aernout Mik, Rob Birza and Erik van Lieshout share their recollection of the heated debates, artistic companionship and other Tuesday experiences. Includes photographs from the institute’s history, along with overviews of all the students and supervising artist who worked at De Ateliers in the past forty years to 2003.

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