Art and Culture

NDSM-werf Amsterdam
The NDSM site or simply NDSM is a neighborhood in Amsterdam-Noord on the former site of the NDSM yard. The four dug docks on the northwestern part of the NDSM were commissioned in 1987. Later, the vacant buildings on the southeastern part of the NDSM site were squatted. From this developed one of the Amsterdam 'breeding grounds', affordable living and working spaces for artists, craftsmen and supporting businesses



CODA museum, Apeldoorn 
CODA is a cultural center in the Dutch city of Apeldoorn that houses a public library, archive and museum. The design is by the Dutch architect Herman Hertzberger. CODA is an acronym derived from Cultuur Onder Dak Apeldoorn



Black and White by nature
My contribution to the 'black and white by nature' project of photoclub Focel for the 'RDF 2019' contest of the Dutch Fotobond. The third photo with the traffic pole is selected for the contest. 'Black and White by nature' means that a subject is photographed that naturally contains black and white or is popularly regarded as black and white
Selected for the RDF 2019 - Fotoclub Focel
Selected for the RDF 2019 - Fotoclub Focel



'Broken' 
Photos made with a Lensbaby Composer Pro II



GLOW, Light Art Festival, Eindhoven, November 2018
GLOW Eindhoven is a free light art festival where artists and designers from home and abroad show light art and design applications in public spaces that have come about through the use of new media technologies, such as computers, sensors, animations, but also more familiar projection techniques



Three giants in Leeuwarden (the Diver, the Girl and Xolo, the dog)
The world-famous production of Royal de Luxe in the European Capital of Culture. Over the course of three days, these towering giants walked the streets of Leeuwarden and provide an unforgettable experience with their show in 2018



Yellow and Blue



Africa by Light, Beekse Bergen, Hilvarenbeek
In the months of December / January the Safaripark Beekse Bergen organizes the 'Africa by Light' event, where visitors discover the most extraordinary light objects along a walking route



Museum Voorlinden, Wassenaar
Museum Voorlinden is a Dutch private museum for modern and contemporary art at the Landgoed Voorlinden in Wassenaar in South Holland. The art collection of Joop van Caldenborgh is known as the Caldic Collection, the largest private art collection in the Netherlands. The construction of the museum started in 2013. It was officially opened in the presence of King Willem-Alexander on 10 September 2016
Michelle in front of an artwork
Some photos of artworks in the Museum Voorlinden, Wassenaar
Ron Mueck (Couple under an umbrella, Naked woman)
Richard Serra (Open ended), Song Dong (Through the wall), James Turrel (Skyspace)
Wayne Thiebaud (Smoking Cigar), Maurizio Cattelan (without title)
Leandro Erlich (Swimming Pool)



Times Square, Manhattan, New York City
Times Square is a major commercial intersection, tourist destination, entertainment center and neighborhood in the Midtown Manhattan section of New York City at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue. It stretches from West 42nd to West 47th Streets. Brightly adorned with billboards and advertisements, Times Square is sometimes referred to as "The Crossroads of the World"



Audi TTW (Through The Window)



Macro / Close-Up



Madame Turquoise
A beautiful ceramic sculpture made by Else Leuijerink (Doorwerth)



Museum 'De Fundatie' (Zwolle)
Museum de Fundatie is a museum for visual arts in Zwolle. Museum de Fundatie is part of the Hannema-de Stuers Foundation, which also includes the Nijenhuis Castle in Heino. Museum de Fundatie has a collection of visual arts, from the late Middle Ages to the present, collected by Dirk Hannema, former director of Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. In addition to the permanent collection, Museum de Fundatie organizes new, varied exhibitions every three months. In 2015 Museum de Fundatie achieved the record number of visitors of 310,000



Steel art
Exhibited in the Nijenhuis Castle in Heino  (which is together with Museum de Fundatie part of the Hannema-de Stuers foundation)



B&W Art



Body and Soul in Museum Beelden aan Zee by Zhang Dali
Zhang Dali is a Chinese performance artist, graffiti artist and sculptor. One of his works is the sculpture group on the photos below of 18 images of naked, ordinary Chinese, carved in the finest marble. Zhang Dali is one of China's most important sculptors and an important figure in the Chinese art world. The well-known artist is above all a champion of humanity and compassion in the hard life of millions of Chinese



Sparkling Water
Photo made with a Lensbaby Composer Pro II



The Temple Bar Whiskey
Temple Bar (Irish-Gaelic: Barra an Teampaill) is a street and neighborhood in the center of the Irish capital Dublin, known for its cultural activities and nightlife. The neighborhood is on the south bank of the Liffey and, unlike most of Dublin, has retained its medieval street pattern. The streets are also still paved with vowels
 


Museum Rob Scholte, Den Helder
Rob Scholte is an image maker. He organizes and places images - from the mass media, from his own extensive archive - in a new context, with which he gives those images a new meaning. In his works one often finds contradictions that are 'overcome' in their new context. His meticulously painted works are usually produced by assistants and signed by himself. With this he follows a 17th-century method of working.
In 2013 a museum dedicated to him was opened with limited resources in the former Main Post Office in Den Helder, a design by architect Jo Kruger from 1967. The museum was initially regarded as an asset to Den Helder, but after a few years the municipality demanded the building back to sell it. In October 2017, the judge ruled in summary proceedings that the museum could continue to exist for the time being. In April 2018, however, the museum was evicted following a decision on appeal



The Game of Go. Go is an abstract strategy board game for two players, in which the aim is to surround more territory than the opponent. The game was invented in ancient China more than 2,500 years ago, and is therefore believed to be the oldest board game to be played nowadays



Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam is one of the 16 national museums in the Netherlands. The collection offers an overview of Dutch art and history, including works by 17th-century Dutch masters such as Rembrandt, Vermeer and Hals. The museum has been located in the Rijksmuseum Building since 1885, designed by the Dutch architect P.J.H. Cuypers



Beautiful large tattoo by Miryam Lumpini. The tattoo shows the head of a white tiger and is made on the left-thigh of Anneli, my daughter



Once upon a time...



Details of a female Buddha. I made a little Black and White study with my 40mm macro-lens from a little statue of a female Buddha from Thailand



Amsterdam Light Festival
The Amsterdam Light Festival is an annual light festival since 2012 in the center of Amsterdam. It takes place in the months of December and January. During the festival period, light artworks and installations designed by contemporary (international) artists, designers and architects were exhibited in the city specifically for the occasion
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