|3 Alumni exhibit at ministry of Interior Affairs
19-1-2012 to 9-3-2012
Three graduates of the Royal Academy of Art (KABK) exhibit 'Future travels' in the gallery the Leeuw of the ministry of Interior Affairs and Kingdom Relations. Hanemaai studied textile design, Nicolaas Hein studied fashion and Lonneke van der Palen studied photography at the KABK. The exhibition will be opened at Thursday the 19th of January at 16.30 hr and will be shown until the 9th of March.
Future travels show works by four recently graduated designers of several academies in The Netherlands. Each of them made a journey from their own perspective and discipline and were inspired by challenges, stereotypes and alienation they met. The result is four interesting visions that bring the concept of travelling in our lives in a different way.
Lonneke van der Palen, who studied photography at the Royal Academy of Art In The Hague, shows her series Souvenir. A staged journey inspired by the ultimate stereotypes among travel photography.
Maaike Fransen graduated from the Design Academy and shows Peripatetic Paraphernalia, a collection of special inventions for a diverse group of travelling characters.
Hanemaai studied textile design at the Royal Academy in The Hague and shows her work Stretch out - Home wear. Inspire by her travel experience she made a tent that offerss the possibility to create your own space wherever you are.
Nicolaas Hein, who studied fashion design at the Royal Academy in The Hague, shows his collection Provenlands. A collection inspire by the dangerous journey by thousands of men in 1897 in search of gold and happiness.
Curator: Jolien Hanemaaijer
Thursday 19th of January at 16.30 hr
Gallery de Leeuw - Ministry of Internal Affairs and Kingdom Relations
Schedeldoekshaven 200, The Hague