JUSTINA NEKRASAITE
PROJECTS

Portrait of the Artist in their Studios series started to uncover and portray artists who made shows at the Bookstore Space gallery in Amsterdam.
Offering a behind-the-scenes glimpse into their creative, experimental and sometimes chaotic working and living spaces.
Later on, the project expanded to capture the artist at BANK (ateliers at Haarlemmerweg in Amsterdam).

Andreea Dumitriu
Aimée Zito Lema (published)
Arjen Lancel
Baha Görkem Yalim
Charlotte Mumm
Chris Meighan
Christine Moldrickx (published)
Dennis Muñoz Espadiña
Driewieler Collectief
Ehsan ul Haq
Giulia Crispiani (published)
Holger Nickisch (published)
Iztok Klančar
Johanna de Shipper
Maaike Fransen 
Marjolijn Rijks
Nicola Arthen
Paula Vonhof
Remco Mooijekind
Taya Hanauer 
Yvette Bosch 
Wasco

2017

 

Giulia Crispiani Born in Ancona, Italy, DAI alumni, currently lives and works in Rome.







The work of Aimée Zito Lema addresses the dynamics between individual and collective memory. Artist works and lives in Amsterdam.






Christine Moldrickx born Münster, lives and works in Amsterdam






 

Curator, artist, art manager Holger Nickisch. 







Artist Isabel Cordeiro at the former building of Justice, Prinsengracht, Amsterdam.





Amsterdam-based artist and illustrator Kate van Harreveld.







Photographer Irina Volgareva lives and works between Netherlands and Russia.




 

Photographer Naomi Souwen and photographer Willem Oudenhoven lives and works in Amsterdam. 




 

Stephan Blumenschein from Austria, lives and works in Amsterdam. 
‘I am interested in the peripheral, supporting and surrounding aspects of sculpting and their dialogue with “the real deal”. 







Dutch/Scotish initiator Ailsa Kay is an attempt to change the context of handkerchiefs.
She is working with Amsterdam based artists to produce a series of modern cotton handkerchiefs.





 

From 2009 Marie Ilse Bourlanges (FR) and Elena Khurtova (RU) works together as an artists duo based in Amsterdam.
'We like to typify our practice as a play-between-the-two. In research, we uncover the links through inner and outer layers.'





 

Olga Ganzha is a Russian-born Amsterdam-based artist and graphic designer. She connects disjointed elements and ritualizes personal memories of history and culture.





All images © 2016, 2017 Justina Nekrašaitė. All rights reserved.