Art In Redlight #8

It's always wonderful to check out art in the Netherlands. The eighth installment of Amsterdam's Art in Redlight independent art fair was held 20-23 September in the Oude Kerk (Old Church). Over 280 works from 54 artists and designers were on display and the focus in this edition was on applied art. We observed some really interesting pieces during our exploration of the exhibition...what do you think?

art in redlight midas zwaan

Luggage art in the foreground by Midas Zwaan.

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'War in Java' by renowned Indonesian artist Jompet Kuswidananto. His work "consistently questions the relationship between oneself and the other in a society that is undergoing social, cultural and technological transformations."

leather jacket head

jesus on a tricycle art in redlight 8

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lucky touch art in redlight 8

katerina belkina visual artist

Pictures by visual artist Katerina Belkina.

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Dwight Marica art in redlight

'Untitled' mixed media installation by Dwight Marica. His artistic "point of departure is the quest for freedom."

What is your favourite piece?

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10 years ago

I’m usually not a big fan of art museums, but this one looks really interesting! I haven’t been to Amsterdam (or the Netherlands at all!) yet so I’ll have to keep this one in mind when I finally make it there.

10 years ago
Reply to  Ali

This is actually an independent art fair, so not a fixed museum. Though Amsterdam does have a couple of really nice art museums, such as the Van Gogh museum and some more obscure ones like the tattoo museum.

10 years ago

Oooh, luggage and horses, two of my favorite things! These are pretty fabulously creative.

10 years ago
Reply to  Emily in Chile

Yeah, the art here was pretty special!

10 years ago

What great finds! The Water in Java was very deep I thought…and well done.

10 years ago
Reply to  Charu

I agree – really special that one

Bevin Cam
10 years ago

I should pick the luggage art 🙂 Carrying my bags around is one of my least favorite parts of traveling, so anyone who can turn that into art has my respect.

10 years ago
Reply to  Bevin Cam

The luggage art is popular! Wish I knew more about the artist and his/her meaning with it…

10 years ago

What a great venue for a modern art exhibit. Will have to plan on being there for this one year. Thanks for sharing!

10 years ago
Reply to  A Cook Not Mad

Definitely! They should post the dates on their website. So worth a look =)

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