March 23, 2009

in the Hague

Google analytics tells me that searches for 'De Stijl' are the number one source of traffic for my blog.

So I shouldn't be surprised that I was contacted by a De Stijl specialist at the Netherlands Institute for Art History in The Hague (RKD) who found my blog and asked if I could send a copy of the brochure I did at uni in 2007 to him to be a part of the De Stijl collection and archive at the RKD.

Their collection is the largest De Stijl collection in the world and holds the archive of Theo van Doesburg and more than 600 letters from Piet Mondrian. Although not exhibited, the collection is seen by visitors from huge international galleries like Tate London, Centre Pompidou Paris and MOMA New York. And my little brochure will be amongst it!

what an amazing thing! I am still a little in shock.
Thank you Wietse Coppes for your interest in my work.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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