An exhibition with work by the Berlin-based illustrator Anais Edely Originated during a working period at Graphic Studio Daglicht.
S. Lloyd Trumpstein shows work of past years. In this exhibition is literally space for a different perspective and a revelatory look focused on what surrounds us. This translates into a world of images of great diversity, which enter into a continuous dialogue with each other. The exhibition include architectural paintings, abstract works, books, magazines, graphic art and textiles.
Theo van de Goor is a regular visitor of the graphic studio, all his work is printed in Daglicht. Theo became 60 years old in this year for me a reason to organize a solo exhibition about his art.
The exhibition showed prints, objects and some of his paintings.
During the exhibition a preview of the documentary 'Theo, the Devil and the Fox was shown.
Dutch Design Week 2013
During the DDW 2013 the exhibition ‘graphic textiles’ was shown in one of the guest studios. Design, textiles and graphics will be connected in art works of:
Esther de Groot – More than a face
Jetske Visser – Hydro-phobia
Wendy Plomp – Message in a box
Lisa Favreau – Heytens
Raw Color – Exposures
Dutch Design Week 2010
An exhibition with graphic works of:
Eric de Haas
Rick van Iersel
Dutch Design Week 2008
In collaboration with Onomatopee, Eindhoven
The exhibition shows graphic work of:
Almost Modern, Sigrid Calon, Remco van der Craats, Rob Giesendorf, Eric de Haas, Milou van Ham, Martijn Maas, Hugo Naber, Rob van den Nieuwenhuizen, Staynice
Is a posterproject that I organezed in collaboration with Annelys de Vet (Design Academy, Eindhoven). The posters are shown in the public space of Eindhoven (MUPIs).
The posters are designed by some students of the academy
Attendees: Dick Bakker, Ine van den Elsen, Sofie Hoenselaars, Jord Jansen, Bart Koolen, Max Kortsmit, Itai Lahav, Laurens Manders, Melissa Peen, Ernst Ruijgrok, David Schocken, Janneke Smale, Stephan Velema and
A poster project (Mupi's) in collaboration with Museum De Pont, Tilburg.
Klick for link to DePont.nl
'Toonbeelden' consists 10 large screen prints by 10 Tilburg based artists. The project has been shown in the Mupis of the city of Tilburg (public space), the city office, the Public Library, the Textile Museum and in Museum de Pont. The project has been organized and implemented by Reinoud van Vught, Carlo Storimans and myself
Artists: Linda Arts, Marian Breedveld, Koen Delaere, Paul van Dongen, Guido Geelen, Michael de Kok, Rene Korten, Marc Mulders, Reinoud van Vught, Ronald Zuurmond