Remake with #FoamAtHome

Foam challenges you to 'remake' the work of Dutch photographers.

Now that spring has started and we are all at home, it takes adjustments and creativity to make it through the day. Inspired by @tussenkunstenquarantaine and past Foam workshops, each week we'll challenge you to reinterpret an artwork, from the collection or exhibitions, in your own way.

Follow the footsteps of Viviane Sassen and Anne de Vries, among others, and figure out what creative choices they made before photographing their subjects. Look closely at all the elements in the given photos; from background to composition, what is inside and outside the frame, and which props and family members or roommates you need to enclose for the remake.

Show us your remake and win the latest issue of Foam Magazine

Post your best remake on Instagram tagging @foam_amsterdam and hashtags #FoamAtHome and #tussenkunstenquarantaine

Participants with the most exciting remakes will win the latest issue of Foam Magazine. Every week we upload a new photo. Keep an eye on this page or Instagram.

This week's remake


Tandem Lime, 2014 © Manon Wertenbroek
Remake by museum teacher Tomek Whitfield

Earlier remakes and results

Potato, 2003 © Anuschka Blommers en Niels Schumm, courtesy of the artists
Remake by museum teacher Karin Klazes

 


Lilac, from Flamboya, 2006, © Viviane Sassen, from the Foam collection
Remake by museum teacher Marleen van Veen

 


Pretty problem, 2007 © Anne de Vries, courtesy of the artist

@lenahensema - 'Remake' of Pretty problem, 2007 © Anne de Vries

@polderwoman - 'Remake' of Pretty problem, 2007 © Anne de Vries

 

Foam is supported by the BankGiro Loterij, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, Gemeente Amsterdam, Foam Members, Olympus and the VandenEnde Foundation.