Surreal // Mad about Surrealism

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Last week I was invited by KPN to join the pre-opening of the exhibition Mad about Surrealism at Museum Boijmans van Beuningen. An exhibition with masterpieces from four private collections. Artworks from Dalí, Ernst, Magritte, Miró gathered, impressive! The majority of the works have never or rarely been exhibited and will disappear again behind closed doors at the end of May 2017. A must go exhibition!

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Walter’s grown-up style //

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I already was a fan of Walter Benedict in The Hague. But last week I rediscovered Walter. The menu is still filled with not too complicated classics. The coffee is good. Love the burger. Nice wine-list. Staff still wears their smiles. I noticed the owners of Walter Benedict made some choices and changes in their interior. And my new Walter crush evolves all around these interior-choices…

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B. Amsterdam // Start up booster

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Of course we’re curious. 18.000 m2 start-up and coworking space is a lot. A lot. Together with Chantal Smeyers, who’s one of the founders of coworking space ‘De Werkfabriek’ in The Hague, I hit the road to go to Amsterdam. B. Amsterdam; battery cage for starting entrepreneurs or inspiring nursery for the new economy?

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More than visual art // NOMAD magazine

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My love for magazines is big. Mostly I don’t buy a magazine just for the products, cool ads or ideas, but for their look and feel. The paper, color and smell. I love the visal compositions. The arrangements of photos, people and letters. The sense of the creation process behind all those pages…

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Capriole Café // Urban Style

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Yes. Another hotspot. Can’t get enough of discovering new places. Especially if those places are located on rough industrial areas as ‘De Binkhorst’ in The Hague, my hometown. An area that is developing rapidly. And although these developments are good for the city of The Hague, entrepreneurs, locals and economics, I truly hope the roughness will stay. Happy to see that the location of Capriole Café, spotted and renovated by the owners op Capriole Café, kept a sense of the industrial harshness of the area. I love style and design, but I guess the urban look and feel is part of the attractiveness of this place. Let’s dive in….

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Surrender // Tefaf 2016

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Tefaf 2016. While some argue that the concept of Tefaf should be renewed and the art fair should close its doors to traders who are not focused on high end art only, others state never to change the winning concept of the world famous art trade show. To me Tefaf Maastricht remains overwhelming and a unique event. Be ready for a lot of pixels when visiting Tefaf; a high density art experience…

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