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KABK graduation students at Kadmium Delft

KABK Exhibition

After the successful presentations at the graduation exhibition of the Royal Academy, Tanja Busking (Graphic Design), Sacha Dufils (Fine Arts), Gralieta Mitulet (Fine Arts), Maarten Schenkeveld (Interior Architecture and Furniture Design) and Sanne Wessels (Graphic Design) are invited by Kadmium in Delft as part of the exhibition "Impressed, graduated artists 2012 '.

For the exhibition "Impressed" newly graduated artists from the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague and Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam are invited to exhibit in Kadmium.

At the graduation exhibitions of the academies the highlights of various specializations were chosen to transport their work directly to Kadmium after the graduation exhibitions ended.
The curators of this exhibition are Linda Ammerlaan and Lony Strub, assisted by Kim Schonewille.

The exhibition "Impressed, graduated artists 2012" takes place from 12 July to 29 July in Kadmium. The opening will be on Thursday, July 12 at 19.30 hrs.

 

Kadmium address:

Koornmarkt 48F
2611 EH Delft
015-21 30 965

www.kadmium.nl



 
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