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CCA Andratx is the largerst centre of contemporary art

in Mallorca.


Located on the southside of the Tramuntana Mountains, only 30 minuts away from Palma, the CCA Andratx is dedicated to the creation and exhibition of Contemporary Art. It offers a unique cultural experience, and the Studio Program is open to national and international artists.

The CCA Andratx was founded in 2001 by Jacob and Patricia Asbaek. The 4.000 m2 building has a minimal but traditional style that is perfectly integrated in the breathtaking natural scenery of its surroundings. CCA is one of the largest centres of Contemporary Art in the Balearic Islands as well as in the rest of Europe.


Visitors, collectors and artists are invited to spend a day exploring art and nature whilst enjoying the many facilities of the CCA Andratx.

ARTISTS IN RESIDENCY


For more than fifteen years, CCA Andratx has been a production place and a platform for artists. In conjunction with the presentation of high-profile international contemporary art by CCA Kunsthalle, CCA offers an Artist-in-Residence Program. Over 500 artists from 20 different countries have already benefited from this program.

CCA Andratx assigns to artists 4 studios free of charge for a period of 4 weeks.

BILLIE MAYA JOHANSEN

Within the Artist-in-Residence Program, CCA is delighted to host Billie Maya Johansen. Johansen was born in Odense, Denmark, 1986. She lives and works in Copenhagen and she is staying in Studio Verde during February 2020.


The artist graduated from the Staatlische Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Staedeelschule (MFA) in Frankfurt am Main (DE) in 2014. She has studied time-based media at Prof. Jeanne Faust at HFBK in Hamburg (DE) and received a BFA from the Funen Art Academy in 2011.

 

Billie Maya Johansen works with video, installation, and graphics, united through underplayed humor and a keen interest in contemporary socio-political conditions and phenomena.

BERIT SCHNEIDEREIT

Within the Artist-in-Residence Program, CCA is delighted to host Berit Schneidereit. Schneidereit was born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, 1988. She lives and works in Düsseldorf and she is staying in Studio Azul during February 2020.


She studied at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf under Hubert Kiecol and Andreas Gursky, where she graduated as a master student in 2017. She has received the dhCS-Studio Grant from the Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Düsseldorf, as well as the van-Rinsum grant from the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris.

 

Berit Schneidereit's hybrid images created from analogue and digital imaging processes alternate between pictorial narration and formal abstraction.

Within the Artist-in-Residence Program, CCA is delighted to host Sophie Durand.

Durand was born in Perth, Australia, 1993. She lives and works in Reykjavik (since 2017), Iceland and she is staying in Studio Rojo during February 2020.


Sophie graduated from Curtin University, in Perth in 2015, since graduating she has taken part in residencies and exhibitions in Australia and abroad.

 

Sophie Durand is a visual artist and her practice extends from the intersection of sculpture (commemorative representation, placed and situated physically in time) and performance (drawing on a formal model of theatre in her works.

SOPHIE DURAND

STEPHANIA STROUZA

Within the Artist-in-Residence Program, CCA is delighted to host Stefania Strouza.

Strouza was born in Greece, 1982. She lives and works in Athens and she is staying in Studio Amarillo during February 2020.


The artist graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Austria (Master of Fine Art in Textual Sculpture; 2010 - 15) and also from the Edinburgh College of Art, UK (Master of Fine Art in Environmental Art; 2008-10) and from Technical University of Athens, Greece (Master of Architectural Engineering; 2000-07).

 

Stefania Strouza’ practice explores how cultural narratives of diverse origins (such as archaic cultures, indigenous cosmologies, or European modernity) move across space to generate new cross-cultural syncretisms.

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