Lichting 2018, Deelnemers Modeshow Bekend

Wedstrijd Mode Ontwerpen: Lichting 2018

Op vrijdag 7 september presenteren 14 vers afgestudeerde mode-ontwerpers, aan zeven verschillende Nederlandse mode- en kunstacademies, zich in één centrale catwalkshow: “Lichting” 2018. Tijdens Amsterdam Fashion Week is het de bedoeling dat de pers en mode professionals kennis kunnen maken met (voor zover ze dat al niet hadden gedaan in Juni tijdens de eindexamen-shows) het werk van deze groep ontwerpers, die geselecteerd zijn binnen de opleidingen. lichting 2018
De winnaar van Lichting 2018 ontvangt een geldprijs van €10.000,-, dit jaar beschikbaar gesteld door de Meester Koetsier Foundation. Voorheen waren de Nederlandse bedrijven G-Star en V&D zo aardig om dit project financiëel te steunen.
Alle en meer informatie is te vinden op de site lichting.nl

Zie wat winnaar Johannes Offerhaus, 2 jaar geleden afgestudeerd aan de modeafdeking van ArtEZ Arnhem, gedaan heeft met de gewonnen euro’s, van een andere wedstrijd show: De Frans Molenaar Prijs, echt doen hoor! het is namelijk geweldig.

Viktor and Rolf Artists in Fashion

Viktor and Rolf

Who doesn’t know the fashion label ‘Viktor and Rolf’? If you don’t, no worries; you have a chance to see their work at the Rotterdam based Kunsthal. ‘Viktor and Rolf-Fashion Artists 25 Years’ the exhibition (made in collaboration with the Dutch designers and Canadian curator Thierry-Maxime Loriot.) is made with a great eye for detailing and fashion. The garments are wonderful and so are the installations and dolls! In a nutshell: Why don’t you visit the exhibition which celebrates Viktor and Rolf‘s 25th anniversary in fashion at the Kunsthal in Rotterdam!? Visit our YouTube Channel for some video’s we made.

While you are in Rotterdam make sure you pass by the Hyperrealism Sculpture exhibition as well!

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Flowers Galore at Artdealer P de Boer in Amsterdam

Flowers Galore

Artdealer P. de Boer from Amsterdam presents contemporary artists side by side with old masters. What are the similarities? What are the differences? The answer to those questions can be seen at the exhibition ‘Bloemlevens’ (flower lifes). Contemporary Dutch art and photography in dialogue with floral paintings of Dutch and Flemish old masters. Mimi Berlin Bloggerteam went to the vernissage of this exhibition and took some pictures for you; who could’t be there.

Contemporary Artists

Participating contemporary artists are: Desirée Hammen, Danielle Kwaaitaal, Elspeth Diederix, Erik Zwaga, Jennifer Tee, Merijn Bolink, Patricia de Ruijter, Tanja Deurloo and Wendelien Daan. Artists with a lot of talent who can connect to the 17th and 18th century Dutch and Flemish painting and also focus on the future.
From May 25 to June 10, Kunsthandel P. de Boer, Herengracht 512, Amsterdam.

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Extra Bonus: the artdealer is situated in monumental canal house with a lovely garden view.

Women at Work in WOTH Magazine issue number 9

Women at Work in WOTH Magazine issue number 9

Woth Wonderful Things Magazine, on everything design related, issue number nine is out now! WOTH will be launched in Milan during Designweek 2018. It’s filled with everything about and by Women; like, for example, the collage we, at Mimi Berlin, created for the magazine.

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Mimi Berlin’s Partysnaps Opening KunstRai Amsterdam

Mimi Berlin’s Partysnaps Opening KunstRai Amsterdam

It’s that time of the year again: Amsterdam’s KunstRai, the annual artfair, is open. Mimi Berlin Blogger Team visited the opening and took some partysnaps for you, ’cause we know you like that! We didn’t take many because we actually partied and mingled; but we took some see them on facebook!

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Vernissage Tjebbe Beekman Wait, hold that thought!

Vernissage Tjebbe Beekman Wait, hold that thought!

Dutch painter Tjebbe Beekman is showing his new work (Wait, hold that thought!) at Gallerie Stigter van Doesburg in Amsterdam, through December 23rd, 2017. Mimi Berlin went to the opening and so did these kids. They spent their time in a separate corner with an IPhone.vernissage mimi berlin

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Tjebbe Beekman/Galerie Stigter van Doesburg