13-07-2020 Many doors were suddenly forced to close, even if an event was still in full swing. Almost everyone disappeared behind his or her door. Life came to a standstill. Slowly but surely the fear… »
21-12-2019 Construction on the second and third floors of the high-rise has started. Thirteen hotel rooms will be realised on the top floor and one floor below, the former gallery space, will house the hotel… »
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14-08-2019 The last pieces Marc Mulders and I made together were beautiful oil-paint-on-paper works in frames we had made ourselves. My contribution to collaborations with artists is often a supporting role. This isn’t so strange when you let a designer work together with an artist.
28-06-2019 It is a wonderful thing when you become hooked after seeing an artist’s work for the first time. This was the case years ago when I saw Tokihiro Sato’s work for the first time in the Tokyo Photographic Art Museum, together with my daughter Lieve in Japan.
10-03-2019 This coming Sunday is the opening of perhaps one of the most beautiful exhibitions to date, that of Reinoud van Vught. But this time there is something very special going on.
08-03-2019 I often joke that an unemployed banker is unemployed but that an unemployed artist is still an artist. You are an artist
03-11-2018 My preference for exhibiting the art I accidentally encounter and that immediately makes an impression on me comes from the idea that the choice follows on from my own uninhibited preference
27-06-2018 For Michaël de Kok (Hilvarenbeek, 1958), looking at and experiencing a landscape is a reason for painting. He depicts his memory of an experience
27-02-2018 Sometimes you see something that becomes engraved in your memory. This was the case with the work of Willem van den Hoed, even before I got to know him personally. We already knew his... »