Made in China Exhibition
- Verstehen ohne Sprache -”Made in China”: Wie Imke Rust in ihren Werken intuitiv eine fremde Welt erkundet (Allgemeine Zeitung, 30 Jul 2010)100730_AZ_IRust_MadeinChina (German)
- Namibian Art from China Goes on Display (New Era, 30 July2010): 10Jul30_NewEra_IRust_China
- Imke Rust’s “Made in China” at Omba Gallery Next Tuesday (Namibian, 23 July 10): 10Jul23_Namibian_IRust_China
- Imke se Chinese werke uitgestal (Republikein, 22 July 2010): 10Jul22_Republikein_IRust_China
- Made in China About Basic Human Needs (Informante, 5 August 2010): 10Aug5_Informante_IRust_China
- News of Artists and Exhibitions Elsewhere (National Art Gallery of Namibia Newsletter, August 2010): NAGN NEWSLETTER – AUG2010 Made in China
- Authentic Namibian Art Exhibit at MCC (Honoring Black History), Newsletter: MCC Faculty Synergy http://www.montcalm.edu, Feb 2010: MCC Faculty Synergy for February 2010
It All Boils Down To A Single Word.
by Torsten Jurell , about the Namibian artist Imke Rust in the Swedish art magazine Konstperspektiv #3-08 (English translation)
IT IS THE LAST day in November. The clouds are frothing like cream down the slopes of Table Mountain when we meet in Cape Town – 28 artists at the Thupelo International Urban Art Workshop 2007.
Almost all those attending are from African nations. Four of us come from other parts of the world. We are there to work and exhibit. But, above all, we’re there to share our experiences as artists. One important aspect of the workshop is to show what kind of art we normally produce back home. To read more, click here.
Catching up with Imke
An interview with Andrew Robson. Published on AfricanColours.com, Dec 2007. Click here to read it: AfricanColours.com
Park Life / Art South Africa Vol06 Issue02 Summer07
Namibian art enjoys little currency in South Africa. The opening of a recent site-specific project at Etosha National Park allowed Kim Gurney to meet some of the country’s more established artists. Read more here…
An Artist in Transition by Meredith Palumbo (Phd)
(This article was written for and published in the Flamingo, the in-flight magazine of Air Namibia(Issue August 2004).)
Imke Rust has experienced significant transitions in her artistic, professional, and personal life in the past year. She is devoting more time to making art, left the security of a curator’s position at the National Art Gallery of Namibia, established a new business, is finishing her Bachelors degree, and found herself facing these challenges alone after the end of a long term relationship. Looking at her career, one can see the evolution of her artistic spirit that brought about these monumental decisions, and are propelling her into uncharted territory. …To read more, click here.