The Artes in media Foundation was founded by Reinie van Goor in 2007. Artes in media develops artistic projects that intend to contribute to public debate.
Buku (Carl Haarnack, Willem van Zoetendaal and Jan Dietvorst), a collaborative project of the Nieuwe Amsterdam, Tropenmuseum Junior and Museum van Loon Kerk, will be presented 15 December 2019 in the Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam during De Grote Suriname Tentoonstelling.
World War Two Today was launched in the Dutch Resistance Museum in the spring of 2016. This project by Roger Cremers was realized in collaboration with the Niod (Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies) and the globally translated Dutch author Arnon Grunberg. This project will be exhibited in various locations in the Netherlands.
The exhibition NL was launched (with book) in Atrium in The Hague at the end of 2013. This project by Bert Verhoeff was realized in the context of ‘200 jaar Koninkrijk’ together with the Haags Gemeentearchief, the Meertens Institute and various authors and publicists, and ran until September 2015.
De Wonderjaren was realised in the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam in October 2009. This project was carried out by photographer Michel Pellanders, sound artist Hannes Wallrafen, actor / author Frank Groothof, designer Mart Warmerdam and project leader Reinie van Goor.
The traveling exhibition Kuiven en Kraplappen / Women of Spakenburg was initiated in February 2009 in De Melkweg in Amsterdam. This project was carried out by photographer Bert Verhoeff, sound artist Hannes Wallrafen, designer Peter Jonker, and author and initiator Reinie van Goor.
Several other projects are currently being developed.
Board of the Artes in media Foundation:
Chairman Henri van Schijndel
Treasurer Ricardo Burgzorg
Secretary Lars Boering
Henri van Schijndel is senior consultant at Mesopotamia Consultancy
Ricardo Burgzorg is a cultural entrepreneur in the field of (inter)national, intercultural policy developments and theatre productions. He is also festival director of the Indian Film Festival in The Hague and the My First Art Collection foundation.
Lars Boering is managing director van World Press Photo