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High Culture on the Vrijthof Square of Maastricht, Hometown of TEFAF.

Geplaatst 22 feb. 2010 07:56 door Olivier van Wijk   [ 15 okt. 2010 13:59 bijgewerkt ]
Olivier and Coco-Susanne Van Wijk, brother and sister, present in March 2010 a new collection of renowned artists at the Vrijthof in Maastricht.

From February 19 to March 22, the exhibition in the monumental building at number 20 includes works by Atelier Van Lieshout. This famous designer / artist collective created special works of bronze and polyester. Besides Atelier van Lieshout,  Olivier and Coco show the glass objects by Sabine Lintzen , paintings in egg tempera by Marcel van Hoef and bronze sculptures by Dick van Wijk. Charlotte van den Brand of "Lots" has an interesting design of a cabinet where its shape derives from the African patterns.

Vrijthof 20 open on:
Wednesday to Sunday 10.oo until 18.3o
Thursday of 19.oo - 21.oo hours
Or visit after appointment.
 
From March 12 to 21 we are open every day from 10:00 to 19:00 hours. This is the period of the famous Art and Antiques fair TEFAF


 


Marcel van Hoef,   100 x 120 cm  "Charlotte van den Brand of" Lots "
Dick van Wijk,
Karyatide, 180 cm igh


Made possible by  Roving ART  Foundation , House of Arts Limburg  &  Provincie Limburg.  
Works of the artists can be found in museums worldwide.


Contemporary Glass ART - View my recent photos on Flickriver 


 

Music and Dance: http://www.duringtefaf.com
The during festival offers visitors to TEFAF an international programme of dance, jazz, classical music and theatre lasting the whole evening. The festival offers visitors to TEFAF during an international program of dance, jazz, classical music and theater lasting the whole evening.

Joep van Lieshout is the founder of Atelier Van Lieshout  (AVL), a rebellious collective based in the Randstad practising design, installation, furniture and architecture. Joep van Lieshout is the founder of Atelier Van Lieshout (AVL), a rebellious collective based in the Randstad practicing design, installation, furniture and architecture.

 
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