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TEFAF, I love you but you’re bringing me down

TEFAF, I love you but you’re bringing me down

I was at TEFAF Maastricht the day before yesterday. And I could easily write a quicky blogpost saying what a totally unique exhibition it is. I would challenge you to come up with an even finer fine art show that so effortlessly combines art from different eras in one single building. You would come up empty. But you know what? ... Read More »

Back in the saddle at TEFAF 2017

Back in the saddle at TEFAF 2017

There is nothing I like better than getting up at the crack of dawn and do some blogging. And that is exactly why I’m so glad six gruesome months are now firmly in the rearview mirror. I had the day of my life last week at the prestigious TEFAF 2017 fine art fair in Maastricht. Yup, I was back in ... Read More »

TEFAF 2015 – This stuff belongs at a museum!

TEFAF 2015 – This stuff belongs at a museum!

It’s Sunday afternoon. March 15, 2015. And my head is still reeling. Yes, I went to TEFAF 2015 yesterday and I’m suffering from Stendhal Syndrome so badly even Mr. Stendhal himself would feel extremely sorry for me and say, there there Interiorator – just take a chill pil and calm the fuck down will ya? And you know what? I’d ... Read More »

Springtime is here – not that I have time for it!

Springtime is here – not that I have time for it!

Spring can really hang you up the most – remember that song? I never really got it. I mean, what’s not to like this time of year? The days get longer, you can sit outside again and of course you can start jogging (I’m still plucking up the courage but I’ll get there). The thing is though, you need to have time ... Read More »

Eye opener of the week: Vanderven Oriental Art

Eye opener of the week: Vanderven Oriental Art

Last weekend at TEFAF, I casually walked into the Vanderven Oriental Art exhibition stand. I didn’t know quite what to expect to be honest. I don’t never particularly liked oriental art, but the way the pieces at the Vanderven stand were presented was absolutely incredible. Black walls, perfect lighting and above all very nice and down to earth people who ... Read More »

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