Research & Residency

Rising Stars Residency
The Rising Stars Residency is offered by the museum to promote the career of the most promising artists from Germany and from abroad. Every year one or more artists are chosen to live and work in the museum. They create work during the Spring and Summer which is then exhibited from August to January in the museum’s main space that consists of 9 rooms over 400 square meters.

The artists are offered a stipend to help cover cost of living, transport and materials.

For more information please contact Dr. Till Richter

Rising Stars Residency 2019 – Bram Braam (NL/ D)

Wir freuen uns, dass wir Bram Braam für unsere Rising Stars Residency 2019 im Schloss Buggenhagen willkommen heißen durften.

Das Till Richter Museum ist sehr erfreut Bram Braam (*1980, Sittard, Niederlande) als unseren sechsten Rising Stars Residency Artist vorzustellen.

Die Kunst von Bram Braam sucht nach einem modernen Utopia. Seine Kunst wird beeinflusst von den Handlungen und Prozessen des Menschen, einer Evolution folgend, zeichnet sie verschiedene Richtungen nach. Was sind die Spuren menschlichen Handelns in der Welt, die wir erschaffen? Kann es eine Synthese geben von Urbanismus und Natur?

Der Titel der Ausstellung stellt die generelle Frage: Was wird und was bleibt?

Bram Braam TESSERAE 2019

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Rising Stars Residency Artists | Alumni

2019 | BRAM BRAAM (NL/D)

2018 | OSKAR RINK (D)

2015 | Ariane Roesch (USA/D)
2014 | Prof. Miguel A. Aragón (MEX/ USA)
 COOPERATIVE PROJECTS 
Miguel A. Aragón | Kooperationsprojekt mit HTM Peenemünde (2015-2017)
Research

The Till Richter Museum offers research possibilities for art historians in two ways.

We organize the yearly ICON conference. ICON stands for Issues, Controversies and Objects Now and aims at congregating scholars and practitioners from art related disciplines to shed light at very topical and pressing issues.

Moreover, any scholar interested in studying any of the works or artists included in the collection or featured in an exhibition is invited to contact the museum directly.

We are particularly interested in participation from young and emerging scholars as this relates to our general concept.