Amsterdam Light Festival 2014-2015

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Amsterdam Light Festival 2014-2015 The Dutch Capital Illuminated   Yes, also in Amsterdam it’s soon Christmas again, which means the streets are fully decorated with festive Christmas decoration. As soon as it becomes dark the Christmas lights are lit everywhere, giving that cozy Christmasy feeling we’re all so familiar with. Yet, this is not all you’ll find in regards to … Read More

Calder’s Moving Sculptures at the Rijksmuseum

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  Calder’s Moving Sculptures at the Rijksmuseum   Starting today, June the 19th, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam is hosting one of the most exciting temporary sculpture exhibitions in Europe for the year. The exhibition staged mainly in the museum’s ‘outdoor gallery’ is the largest ever outdoor show of Alexander Calder‘s works. ‘Calder at the Rijksmuseum‘ includes fourteen pieces displayed in the … Read More

Ai Weiwei’s Evidence in Berlin

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[Tweet “#AiWeiwei’s Largest One Man Show To Date In #Berlin”] Ai Weiwei’s Evidence in Berlin   He was imprisoned for 81 days by the Chinese government without a reason – this past April 3rd was the three years anniversary. Today his passport is taken away from him and this week he was not allowed to leave the country to attend … Read More

Richard Mosse The Enclave: Art and Documentary

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  Richard Mosse’s ‘The Enclave’ Art and Documentary from a War Zone   The main challenge any visitor to Richard Mosse‘s exhibition ‘The Enclave‘ will face is how to deal with the inner emotional conflict that undoubtedly will confront any observer. How can something so beautiful as what there’s on display reconcile with something so cruel as the motif for the … Read More

The Accidental Snow Artist

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The winter is upon us, and naturally the colder days keep most of us indoors. Perfect days for spending time in museums, galleries, or why not making your own art in the comfort of a studio. If you’re lucky enough to live nearby some mountains, maybe the Alps, there’s also the option of being out in nature, maybe going skiing. … Read More

Amsterdam Light Festival In Pictures

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Illuminade – The Walking Route As soon as you walk out of Amsterdam’s Central Station coming weeks, you’ll be surprised by some special lights and no, we are not referring to the huge Christmas tree that’s standing outside the station. It’s the light sculptures of the Amsterdam Light Festival.   This second edition of the festival is on until the … Read More