Marres Currents #2: Rumour Has It

Marres Currents #2: Rumour Has It

Marres, House for Contemporary Culture

Carolin Eidner, Untitled (Party Delay 2), 2013–14. Courtesy of the artist.

December 5, 2014

Marres Currents #2: Rumour Has It
11 December 2014–13 February 2015

Opening: Thursday, December 11, 5–9pm
Marres, House for Contemporary Culture
Capucijnenstraat 98
6211 RT Maastricht
The Netherlands

T +31 (0) 43 3270 207

Rumour Has It is the second episode of the annual exhibition series titled Marres Currents. With this series, Marres presents recent graduates from art academies in the Southern Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. While offering emerging artists and curators a platform, Marres also aims to build an international infrastructure for talent development.

Curated by Hélène Webers and Mels Evers, Rumour Has It presents work of a new generation of talented young artists. The exhibition is devoted to a range of artistic practices, in which artists search for new forms, expressions, narratives and truth. In an exhibition full of stories, shapes, colours, and movement, the artists reach out to meet an audience that is also searching for new ways to grasp the world.
R’m Aharoni, Laura van Biervliet, Oliver Blumek, Polien Boons, Jerome Daly, Lydia Debeer, Thorben Eggers, Carolin Eidner, Timo van Grinsven, Hanne Haesevoets, Tom Hallet, Evelien Mattheij, Tessa van der Meeren, Mike Moonen, Griet Moors, Vincent Vreeke, Moritz Wegwerth, Simon Weins and Arnold Wittenberg

Participating academies
Academie voor Beeldende Kunsten Maastricht, Koninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten Gent, Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, MAD-Faculty Hasselt & Genk, AKV|St.Joost Den Bosch & Breda, Sint-Lucas Antwerpen, Sint-Lukas Brussel, Sint-Lucas Gent

For more information, images, or both, please contact Renée Roukens: 
renee.roukens [​at​] / T +31 (0) 43 3270 207



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