Atelier Mondial
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Exhibition
«in lImbo»
at Salon Mondial
27.11.2021 - 12.12.2021

The Canadian artist duo Gagnon-Forest (Mathieu Gagnon + Mathilde Forest), currently in residence at Atelier Mondial, is showing the exhibition "in limbo" in Salon Mondial parallel to Regionale 22. Opening is on 27 November at 7.30 pm, finissage on 12 December. In their latest project, Gagnon and Forest use photography and photogrammetry to take inventory of a series of unfinished concrete structures that appear ambiguous between construction site and ruined building. Inspired by these forms, which are reminiscent of monuments, the project addresses the question of the overproduction of built space by combining 2D and 3D representations of these architectural elements.

Where: at Salon Mondial, Freilager-Platz 9, 4142 Münchenstein

Vernissage: 27.11.2021, 19.30 pm
Finissage: 12.12.2021

Open frin Thursday to Sunday from 2pm to 6pm
Admission only with covid certificate

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CURRENTLY STAYING WITH ATELIER MONDIAL IN BASEL

- Alan Hernàndez Cruz (in cooperation with Museo Textil de Oaxaca and Centro de las artes de San Augustín)

- Vandria Borari (in cooperation with Culturescapes

- Mathieu Gagnon & Mathilde Forest (in cooperation with mit CALQ, Montréal)

- Vitjitua Ndjiharine (in cooperation with Pro Helvetia Johannesburg)

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Atelier Mondial
Scholarships for 2022

**Application period closed**

The application period for the 14 scholarships in the fields of visual arts, literature, fashion & textiles and dance & performing arts for the year 2022 ended on 13 June.

Jury meetings will take place in August 2021, and the awarded scholarship holders will be announced in September 2021.

 

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ATELIER MONDIAL IN THE CMS-MAGAZINE RADAR NR. 5

Travel around the world with artists from Atelier Mondial

The fifth issue of the CMS magazine RADAR is entirely dedicated to the exchange programme Atelier Mondial and lets former scholarship holders tell about their experiences.

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Grant Holders

2022

The Atelier Mondial Juries met at the end of August 2020 and awarded 13 artists from the region of Basel/South Baden/Solothurn/Alsace a work stay abroad: From a total of 171 applications received, four juries in the fields of visual arts, literature, dance and fashion & textiles have selected the following artists for an Atelier Mondial Fellowship 2021:

 

Visual Arts
 Berlin (January – June 2022)  Daniel Dressel & Lynne Kouassi
 Berlin (July – December 2022)  Aline Stalder & Nadine Cueni
 Bologna: Photo Fellowship (June - October 2022)  Georg Gatsas
 Genua (SKK-Atelier)  Lysann König
 Jerewan (July - December 2022)  Stella Meris
 Cape Town / South Africa (July – December 2022)  Urs Aeschbacher
 New York (February – July 2022)  Johannes Willi
 Paris (July – December 2022)  Manuel Queiro
 Paris (January - December 2022)  Judith Kakon & Kilian Rüthemann
 Tokyo (January – March 2022)  Kaspar Ludwig
 Travel Fellowship  Sarina Scheidegger
 Research Fellowship for Curators  Yota Tsotra

 

 

Fashion & Textile
 Oaxaca (March – August 2022)          

  Alexander Amir Khan                                                     

                                                      

Dance
Travel Fellowship Ivan YaHer         

 

Writer in Residence
Paris (January – March 2022) Felix Reinhuber                                                          
Paris (April – June 2022) Annina Haab   

 

Atelier Mondial is an international scholarship programme that offers artists in the fields of visual arts, literature, fashion & textiles as well as dance & performing arts the opportunity to spend several months working in one of ten partner countries. Once a year, these 18scholarships are announced for application in the Tri-Regio, plus a travel scholarship for a free project. The studio scholarships consist of a contribution to the cost of living as well as free use of a studio with a flat or a studio on site.

2021/2022: Atelier Mondial, like many other art programmes, was unexpectedly hit by the pandemic and many artists had to cancel or interrupt their residency this year. However, our many years of exchange with destinations all over the world have strengthened our conviction that art is an important basis for communication between cultures, regions and practices - a basis that can give us impulses for the quality of flexibility, experimentation and provisionality so much needed in these times. It is against this background that the scholarships for 2022have been awarded again, subject to certain pandemic conditions. We would like to thank the partner institutions worldwide for their inspiring cooperation and the sponsorship for their support.