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I just realized, how much their work looks like the Flowers by Andy Warhol! 🙂
At the Archives of Amsterdam (Stadsarchief), they’re showing work by local artists, painters and photographers..
from the website:
“At the exhibition Stad In Zicht we can experience how photographers and artists see Amsterdam, how they remember the city, what they find and feel when Amsterdam is the subject of their work. Stad in Zicht challenges the visitor to compare the imagination of artists with that of the photographers; what is the difference, what is the similarity in the way of looking at and imagining life in the city.
1017 HL Amsterdam
On my computer I keep a folder – in a folder 😉 – with ideas to improve the Amsterdam experience for my guests. Something to put in a guidebook I could make, with places to go, things to do. I found this selection of photos I took from the local tourist office’s cultural magazine.
I wonder, what does it say about Amsterdam, about us?
[The VOGUE Report made me do it]
Insects are in danger and we need to help them. By inventing new, hybrid species, we can do this.
I am doing a one year course to become an artist in school. Art education, a personal eye-opener. Tomorrow I am doing this workshop with 8-year olds.