For the second year running, 1646 has been working together with Kooshk Residency (Tehran) to realize an artistic exchange between The Netherlands and Iran.
While Dutch artist Quinsy Gario is currently hosted by Kooshk to develop new work in Tehran, Iranian artist Farahnaz Jalilvand has been our guest in The Hague for the past few weeks, drawing inspiration from by the surroundings and the cultural offerings of The Hague and The Netherlands.
Are you curious to see what Jalilvand has been making during her stay at 1646? You are very welcome to have a look during her open studio, coming Sunday 14 October, from 2 -4 pm at 1646. Jalilvand will be present to show her latest works and give further explanation.
Kooshk residency, established in mid 2014, is a cultural and artistic space in Tehran. Kooshk provides space for artists, curators, researchers, writers and filmmakers to encourage inter-cultural dialogue and art creation. Kooshk strives to contribute to development of Iranian art and culture through participation in international exchange programs with cultural institutes worldwide. These exchange programs allow blending of cultures, provoke creativity and foster beneficial connections among nations.
More information at:
This exchange has been realized in partnership with EUNIC and thanks to the Dutch Embassy in Tehran.
May - Jun 2019
EXCHANGE ORBITAL RESIDENCY - JAVIER ARCE
Oct - Nov 2018
Sep - Oct 2018
Exchange Kooshk Residency Tehran - Farahnaz Jalilvand
Apr - May 2017
Nov - Nov 2016
Alberto García del Castillo
Sep - Nov 2015
Pádraic E. Moore
Sep - Oct 2014
Mar - Apr 2014
Nov - Dec 2013
Fermin Jiménez Landa
May - Jun 2012
Mar - Apr 2011
Dec 2010 - Jan 2011
Magali Reus + Dan Walwin
Dec 2009 - Jan 2010
Oct - Nov 2009
Au Travail / At Work
Mar - Apr 2008
DGC ~ CGA
Selected artist(s) will be notified at the end of June, 2020
how to apply.
Please note that the application should be completed in English and includes:
Submit your application via email to firstname.lastname@example.org including a scanned version of the application form. If possible, please submit the application as a multi-page PDF file.
Note that for proper reception of the application, download links of video material or larger files (transferred through services like Wetransfer) should be included in the PDF file instead of being sent as individual emails.
For information about how to obtain a download link of your transfer check this page .