Fans of contemporary drawing can visit the winter exhibition of the Tekenkabinet (Drawing Room) in the Amstelpark from 1 December 2019. Het Tekencabinet was founded in 2013 by visual artist…
Fans of contemporary drawing can visit the winter exhibition of the Tekenkabinet (Drawing Room) in the Amstelpark from 1 December 2019.
Het Tekencabinet was founded in 2013 by visual artist Manja van der Storm.
The objective of the independent platform is to organize annual salon-like exhibitions with drawings by both renowned and up-and-coming artists. Sometimes these exhibitions take place in a museum, sometimes in a former showroom.
Since the summer of 2017, the Het Tekencabinet has been housed in a semi-permanent exhibition location in the Amstelpark. In the attractive, former Belgian pavilion, situated between the monastery garden and the Japanese garden, the Winter Cabinet can be visited during the whole month of December on Sundays.
There will be recent work by 101 contemporary artists from all over the country, but also from Belgium. Both well-known and new names contribute to a fascinating, multicoloured drawing oasis, with a multitude of styles, manuscripts, materials and types of paper. The maximum size of all the exhibited drawings is A3, which results in handy, accessible and affordable drawings. All drawings are for sale and can be taken directly into a handmade box with lid.
The exhibition is accompanied by a full-colour catalogue (A6) in which the work of all participating artists is depicted. On Sunday 29 December a festive finissage of the Winter Cabinet will take place, between 13.00 and 16.00 hours.
The exhibition Winter Cabinet will be on display from 1 to 29 December 2019 on Sundays, from 12:00 to 16:00. The exhibition can also be visited by appointment: (06) 20077891 (Manja van der Storm).
1083 HZ Amsterdam
(former Gallery Park Art, follow the signs in the park)
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