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Are you in art? R U in art? Ruinart!

Are you in art? R U in art? Ruinart!

“I was a free man in Paris, I felt unfettered and alive!” A sentence from one of my favorite songs by Joni Mitchell. that perfectly sums up my trip to the French capital two weeks ago. Now, I’m not much of a braggart, but I’ll gladly make an exception for this blogpost. After all, you have to admit it sounds pretty ... Read More »

Iris van Gelder: “Why does art have to be perfect?”

Iris van Gelder: “Why does art have to be perfect?”

With her nonconformist collages Rotterdam-based artist Iris van Gelder is about to make an international breakthrough. Two of her works were selected for In Stock: Rotterdamse Fotografie, the current exhibition at Kunstuitleen Rotterdam. I recently interviewed Iris about a wide-legged Lil’Kim, blunt Italian scissors and her personal Kunstuitleen favorites. Left: Iris van Gelder, right: ‘X’ So, what’s your fascination with ... Read More »

Otto Snoek – ‘Wonderment is my signature’

Otto Snoek – ‘Wonderment is my signature’

Partying. Shopping. Eating. This is how Otto Snoek prefers to depict the people he photographs. Snoek doesn’t judge – even though his subjects don’t always look too good in his pictures. Earlier this week, I interviewed this trendsetting photographer about In Stock: Rotterdamse Fotografie, the exhibition that he has curated together with Michelle-Aimée and that shows the rich photo collection ... Read More »

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