High Road to Culture in Flanders and the Netherlands


High Road to Culture in Flanders and the Netherlands

Forever Curious. The Mondriaan Foundation
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Forever Curious. The Mondriaan Foundation

(Hans Vanacker) The Low Countries - 2006, № 14, pp. 266-267

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Is there an art-lover anywhere who has never heard of Rembrandt or Mondrian? Probably not. Many people think of the Netherlands primarily as a land of visual artists, far more than of writers. But are today's Dutch artists also known abroad? Some people will immediately mention the photographer Rineke Dijkstra, or Marlene Dumas. But it is still difficult for painters, sculptors, photographers or designers working in the Netherlands to break through on to the international art scene. The Mondriaan Foundation, a trust for promoting the arts, wants to strengthen the position of contemporary art and design from the Netherlands. In fact, this is one of its two main aims. The other is to stimulate interest in, and demand for, contemporary art within the Netherlands itself.

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