Mimi Blogger Team went to visit the preview of ‘ThisArtFair’ at the Beurs van Berlage in the citycenter of Amsterdam.
Without a gallery
‘ThisArtFair’ is an annual art fair held at the end of December. Special thing about this fair is the fact that it’s set up for artists to exhibit without a gallery. There are some gallery booths present, so the concept isn’t that strict. Come to think of it, nothing seems ‘strict’ at this fair; which is fun.
Above: We purchased art made by Caspar Braat Below:some of our favourite work. “over 120 artists, with and without a gallery, show and sell their works at the fair.” (thisartfair.com) Open from 27 until 30 December 2018.
Mimi Blogger team got mail from Van Soest and Van Rijn, two Dutch artists. They will be showing new work together at This Art Fair in Amsterdam. This Art Fair is an annual fair held in December in which artist exhibit their work; without a gallery.(image courtesy of the artists frederiquevanrijn.com and meinbert.com)
The opening of This Art Fair will be held on 27/12:18:00 tot 22:00 at the Beurs van Berlage, Damrak 243, in Amsterdam. Continue reading →
At This Art Fair artists show and sell their work without a gallery. (There are also some gallery booths to be found but they are a minority at This Art Fair.) About 120 Dutch artists present their work at the Beurs van Berlage. The artists come up with their own presentation and are present themselves; that’s what makes This Art Fair worth your time. If you are a frequent visitor of art fairs, galleries and what have you not, you’ll soon find out that it’s quite a different experience, more personal, like a ‘studio visit’.
Art in Redlight marks the beginning of BehindTheVeil, a unique international art project. BehindTheVeil presents an impressive series of one of a kind scarves designed by Dutch artists. The scarves can’t be revealed yet, but we can give you a preview of the participating artists; Bart Domburg, Harriët Calo, Jurriaan van Hall, Juul van den Heuvel, Meinbert Gozewijn van Soest, Vincent Wijers and Jochem Rotteveel portrayed by photographer JW Kaldenbach. Continue reading →