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Tussen Kunst & Kitsch
(foto: AVROTROS)

The new series of AVROTROS’ Tussen Kunst & Kitsch has started, as always a treasure trove of extraordinary objects and amazing stories. New recordings for the 2019 spring season are scheduled as well: you will find the team of experts in a.o. More Museum in Castle Ruurlo, Drents Museum in Assen, Stedelijk Museum in Alkmaar and Louwman Museum in The Hague. I can’t wait to see what we will discover this time! www.avrotros.nl/tussenkunstenkitsch/

Glowing Glazes

On Saturday April 7th I will give a speech on the occasion of the opening of the exhibition ‘Chris Lanooy: gloeiende glazuren’ in De Meestoof Museum, Sint Annaland. The exhibition shows the extraordinary versatility and talent of Lanooy (1881-1948), ranging from ceramics and glass art to sculpture and painting. On view until November 1st.
www.demeestoof.nl/gloeiende-glazuren

Treasure from a steamer trunk

On Saturday March 3rd I have the privilege to open an exhibition about a remarkable discovery: the steamer trunk of versatile designer and ceramic artist Bert Nienhuis (1873-1960), filled with a.o. 80 unique ceramic proofs from his workshop.
The steamer trunk –a unique ceramic treasure, proofs from Bert Nienhuis’ workshop, Goedewaagen Ceramic Museum, Nieuw Buinen (Drenthe), 3 March – 14 October 2018.
www.keramischmuseumgoedewaagen.nl

Change of address(Photo: Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam)

Rob Driessen and Waardewerk Partnership have moved! Our new location is the Amsterdam Olympic Stadium, a historical landmark designed by Jan Wils for the 1928 Olympic games. This iconic building fits in perfectly with my specialism of 20th century applied arts & design. Waardewerk feels right at home as well, since in this partnership Erik Paol and I focus on appraisals and advice in the field of art and cultural heritage.
Rob Driessen & Maatschap Waardewerk
Olympisch Stadion 24-28
1076 DE Amsterdam