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Rüpert von Rom; The Oasis of Matisse

Rüpert von Rom; The Oasis of Matisse

Henri Matisse, La Perruche et la Sirene

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Henri Matisse Woman-in-Blue-low

For this month’s MUST SEE I advise all of you fabulous Mimi Berlin followers to take a trip to the oasis of… 30 more words

Amsterdam

Newshour: hidden Jewish art

last friday evening (27th february), 9.50-9.54pm, on bbc world service radio (freeview channel 710 or 107)
newshour (presented by james coomarasamy) includes …

“… some of it was hidden from the Nazis … Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum hasn’t established how it acquired 16 of the paintings in its new exhibition: the Stedelijk Museum in the Second World War.”

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Marlene Dumas

The Image as Burden

Marlene Dumas’ exhibition at Tate Modern is intense. I walk along the stark white walls of the museum rooms and notice that only blue, brown and black subjects surround me. 466 more words

Exhibition

weekend envy: MAD chair by marcel wanders

A few months ago, as I passed the Poliform showroom at Design Centre Chelsea Harbour, I spotted a little beauty in the window: the MAD chair by Dutch design icon Marcel Wanders. 284 more words

Designers

The Artist

For me travel is about discovery: New places, new things, new people. Vacation is about rest and relaxation. Five countries in four weeks in July 2014 was definitely travel. 390 more words

Travel

Inspiring places: Volkshotel, Amsterdam

Happy New Year to you All! Hope you had a lovely and relaxing Christmas break, and an exciting New Year’s Eve party.

We’ve welcomed 2015 in… 265 more words

Weekly Column: Inspiring Places