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image roberto voorbij Graffiti artist unknown (2012). Amsterdam.
text and image roberto voorbij After the preview for the press on May 9 was yesterday and today the opportunity for the public to get a first impression of the new Stedelijk Museum. For an empty museum there was a … Continue reading
image roberto voorbij Behind this fence is being worked on a new Utrecht Central. CU i see you in Utrecht.
text and image roberto voorbij The exhibition Architecture – structures and images at the main building of the VU University Amsterdam still runs until March 24, 2011. The exhibit will end next Thursday with a public lecture / discussion (2:30 … Continue reading
text and image roberto voorbij That the construction of the Amsterdam North|South Line not only provides hindrance but also forms, as a work in progress, an attraction in itself proves the ‘Viewpoint North|South Line’ on the Rokin. First is this … Continue reading
text and image roberto voorbij Where graffiti was once considered as the enemy of public transport, whereby graffiti was equivalent to pollution and the public transport to service and order, are the roles now reversed. It is currently the metro … Continue reading
text n8 image r.v. Edits is a temporary exhibition taking place at Central Station. Designers and illustrators take inspiration from the museums of Amsterdam, and give a fresh view on the cultural institutions. Edits welcomes you into the city – … Continue reading
text and image r.v. When we take a look at the renewed visual imagery of the 27 individual countries that currently make up the EU what stands out in particular are the numerous similarities. The various restyled national logos are … Continue reading
text and image r.v. The Amsterdams Historisch Museum offers its visitors at the entrance a free ‘highlight tour’ brochure. This information brochure is being dispensed in nine different languages. Next to Dutch, those are Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, … Continue reading