Portfolio review with Nicholas Tammens (in English)
- Analog-Workshop in Einzelsitzungen, Raum 213 Le
The portfolio of an artist is like a shop window for jurors, curators and interested parties who want to get an overview of the particular artistic position. However, there is often uncertainty about the structure, composition and design of one's own portfolio. Professional feedback can help here! Nicholas Tammens (Assistant Curator at the Kunstverein in Hamburg) will comment on the submitted portfolios in individual meetings and work out concepts for improving them with the single participants.
Nicholas Tammens (b. Australia) is the Assistant Curator at Kunstverein Hamburg. He is also founder of 1856, a curated program of exhibitions and events at a workers’ union parliament in Melbourne, Australia which focuses on conditions of labour and cultural production. He has produced exhibitions with artists such as Jef Geys, Yale Union (2018), Patricia L. Boyd, 1856 (2018), Fred Lonidier, 1856 (2017), and B. Wurtz (2015); presented talks at Kunsthal Bergen (2021), Wiels, Brussels (2019), and Kunsthalle Zurich (2019); and has wrote for Mousse Magaizine (Milan) and May Revue (Paris).
Registration (for a maximum of 15 participants) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Allocation will be made according to the order of registration. Deadline for submitting portfolios (in English version) to Swaantje Benson, room 143 (Le) by 17.5.2021 at the latest.
This workshop is addressed to HFBK students in their final year and graduates up to 5 years after graduation.