No elephant this year

Last year at the annual The Hague Sculpture there was a cheerful elephant on this site. This year the organization presents a huddled fat woman holding her head in her hands.

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Last year at the annual The Hague Sculpture there was a cheerful elephant on this site. This year the organization presents a huddled fat woman holding her head in her ​​hands.

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Summertime at the Lange Voorhout

This part of The Hague remains pictoresque in any season. See also versions in winter, with snow and without snow.

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This part of The Hague remains pictoresque in any season. See also versions in winter, with snow and without snow.

The Dutch bike to the beach

During a heat wave, sunbathers decorate the edges of a dune path, before they are gone to the beach.

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During a heat wave, sunbathers decorate the edges of a dune path, before they are gone to the beach.

6 Würfel, 36 Quadrate

His entire life Ulrich Mikloweit is cutting and pasting objects from typewriter paper. Inspired by M. C. Escher’s graphic prints he creates a garden of polyhedra. You can look through the objects and be surprised of what you discover inside. 6 Würfel, 36 Quadrate is a game of 6 hexagons (cubes) engaged in one another. I really like the shadow on the wall. You can see Ulrich's polyhedra in Gallery Beeld & Aambeeld . The show runs until July 31. It is part of a series of exhibitions of ‘Bridges 2013’ in Enschede. I show my work in the Performance Factory, which is also part of the project.

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His entire life Ulrich Mikloweit is cutting and pasting objects from typewriter paper. Inspired by M. C. Escher’s graphic prints he creates a garden of polyhedra. You can look through the objects and be surprised of what you discover inside. 6 Würfel, 36 Quadrate is a game of 6 hexagons (cubes) engaged in one another. I really like the shadow on the wall.
You can see Ulrich’s polyhedra in Gallery Beeld & Aambeeld. The show runs until July 31. It is part of a series of exhibitions of ‘Bridges 2013’ in Enschede. I show my work in the Performance Factory, which is also part of the project.

Paper tree

The interesting exhibition 'Paper' at Saatchi Gallery in London shows artworks made of (mostly) paper. Yuken Teruya’s objects are remarkable. He cuts or tears trees from one side of a shopping bag (sometimes high end fashion boutiques, others MacDonald’s) and folds it inside. Then he places the bottom of the bag to the wall. The result is a peephole in which the light is shining beautifully from above through the cut out tree.

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The interesting exhibition ‘Paper’ at Saatchi Gallery in London shows artworks made of (mostly) paper. Yuken Teruya’s objects are remarkable. He cuts or tears trees from one side of a shopping bag (sometimes high end fashion boutiques, others MacDonald’s) and folds it inside. Then he places the bottom of the bag to the wall. The result is a peephole in which the light is shining beautifully from above through the cut out tree.

Opposite tattoo

On the occasion of a party in London where my son showed his graduation film, my daughter wore tight pants decorated with fine hand embroidery. If you invert the drawing’s black and white, it looks like a beautiful dark tattoo on a white leg.

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On the occasion of a party in London where my son showed his graduation film, my daughter wore tight pants decorated with fine hand embroidery. If you invert the drawing’s black and white, it looks like a beautiful dark tattoo on a white leg.

 

London palm trees

I really love palm trees. They make me long for the tropics. Quite unexpectedly I saw a few in a secluded garden in London near Sloan Square.

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I really love palm trees. They make me long for the tropics. Quite unexpectedly I saw a few in a secluded garden in London near Sloane Square.