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Tulips and Textiles in Amsterdam - May 2016

I have just made my first visit to Amsterdam – organised by my friend Ann. It was a perfect three day trip and as well as the usual sights (the newly re-furbished Rijksmuseum and a canal boat trip)  – textiles and fashion took centre stage. 597 more words

1950s Fabric

Stedelijk Museum announces a Matisse exhibition

With over 100 works generously loaned from 30 collections, the Stedelijk Museum presents The Oasis of Matisse to open next Spring. For the first time in over sixty years, the work of the French master will be on view in the Netherlands. 101 more words



You may all be surprised to know that we are, in fact, still alive. We have navigated our first few days away with relatively few hitches, and made it to Berlin unscathed. 776 more words

Exhibition: Seth Siegelaub – Beyond Conceptual Art

Exhibition dates: 12 December 2015 – 17 April 2016

He was a gallerist, independent curator, publisher, researcher, archivist, collector and bibliographer. Often billed the ‘father of conceptual art’, Seth Siegelaub was – and remains – a seminal influence on curators, artists and cultural thinkers, internationally and in Amsterdam, where he settled in the 1990s. 213 more words


MCC students report: Stedelijk Museum

I love to travel and explore different cultures, therefore when I was presented with the opportunity to take a spontanious trip to Amsterdam for a long weekend (Thursday – Sunday) with a couple friends, there was no way that I was going to let it pass by. 195 more words

MCC Students Showcase


Next stop was, as suggested by post title, Amsterdam. We shockingly managed to get on the 9 AM train from Rotterdam, so we were at our Amsterdam Airbnb by 10:30. 814 more words


Take away the verbal description -

— and you’ll have to relate to the picture as a poem

an image of an image:

Jeff Wall: After “Invisible Man” by Ralph Ellison, the Prologue, 1999-2000… 301 more words