WONDERHOLLAND – ROME 2004

23 oktober 2004 - By DFF

WonderHolland – Rome 2004 – The exhibition WonderHolland, coordinated by the Royal Netherlands Embassy and the Netherlands Institute, took place in Rome on occasion of the Celebration of the Centenary of the Netherlands Institute in Rome and was officially opened by H.M. Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands.

Purpose of this exhibition was to recount the unique open attitude to experimentation, identifiable in the work of modern day Dutch artists. This approach is both conceptual and extreme: an attitude that draws on an unfettered creative freedom and produces a “wonderland”.

The exhibition started in October 2004, lasted for 4 weeks and consisted of sculptures, installations, photography, video art design and fashion design; all from Dutch sole.

© DFF
© DFF
KEUPRvanBENTM © Freudenthal Verhagen
KEUPRvanBENTM © Freudenthal Verhagen
KEUPRvanBENTM © DFF
KEUPRvanBENTM © DFF
KEUPRvanBENTM © DFF
KEUPRvanBENTM © DFF
Oscar Suleyman and Cees Krijnen © Freudenthal Verhagen
Oscar Suleyman and Cees Krijnen © Freudenthal Verhagen
Oscar Suleyman © DFF
Oscar Suleyman © DFF
Rozema Teunissen © Freudenthal Verhagen
Rozema Teunissen © Freudenthal Verhagen
Rozema Teunissen © DFF
Rozema Teunissen © DFF
Klavers van Engelen © DFF
Klavers van Engelen © DFF
Klavers van Engelen © Freudenthal Verhagen
Klavers van Engelen © Freudenthal Verhagen
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Participants

Concept: Angelique Westerhof for Dutch Fashion Foundation, Marianna Vecellio

Fashion design: KEUPRvanBENTM, Klavers van Engelen, Oscar Suleyman, Rozema Teunissen

Photography: Blommers Schumm, Freudenthal Verhagen, Elspeth Diederix, Marnix Goossens, Hellen van Meene

Sculptur design: Job Koelwijn, Cees Krijnen, Mark Manders

Video art: Liza May Post, Saskia Olde Wolbers

3D design: Hella Jongerius, Ineke Hans, Sander Luske

Architecture: West 8