NL / EN
 
       
   
Exhibition 'The(n) Hague and now' with works by KABK students
25 August - 8 October 2017 | De Mesdag Collectie, The Hague

Interior Architecture Exhibition

Interior Architecture and Furniture Design students of the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague (KABK) create contemporary works for the exhibition 'The(n) Hague and now' at the Mesdag Collection.

Exhibition ‘The(n) Hague and now, I spy with my little eye’

The exhibition showcases a unique blend of Hague School works and contemporary art from young artists, with the city of The Hague as a central theme. Students of the Interior Architecture and Furniture Design department drew inspiration from their Hague predecessors and the ever-evolving city itself.

For the exhibition The(n) Hague and now, students harness progressive mediums to expose the modernised city from a fresh perspective. In doing so, they enter into a compelling dialogue with the old masters of the Hague School: at times brazen, at times playful, yet always surprising. With its artistic clash between past and present, The(n) Hague and now allows us to experience the city’s transformation from a sleepy 19th century town into a modern metropolis.

Participating KABK students: Ann Press, Naomi Rossignol, Deepali Pahwa, Joyce Edel, Cristina Palicari, Rick Mouwen, Stan Weessies, Tijs Struijk

Following Birds by Interior Architecture and Furniture Design student Ann Press for the Hedenhaags exhibition at the Mesdag Collection

Het paleis van de koning by Interior Architecture and Furniture Design student Rick Mouwen for the Hedenhaags exhibition at the Mesdag Collection

A Fictional the Hague by Interior Architecture and Furniture Design student Stan Weesies for the Hedenhaags exhibition at the Mesdag Collection

The(n) Hague and now was developed by 'The Art of Making Art Exhibitions' course participants. The course is organised by the Van Gogh Museum with an exhibition at the Mesdag Collection as an end result.



 
News categories

Exhibitions

Interior Architecture

Exhibition 'The(n) Hague and now' with works by KABK students
25 August - 8 October 2017 | De Mesdag Collectie, The Hague

Graphic Design

Declaring Reason. KABK Graphic Design students decipher political books
3 June – 24 September 2017 | Museum Meermanno, Den Haag

KABK

Graduation Festival 2017
Our warmest congratulations to all of our graduates!

Photography

KABK Photography at Arles | Collaboration with FOAM and ECAL
3-9 July 2017 | Les Rencontres de la photographie, Arles

 
Twitter

YouTube

Live stream