Thu, 23 May 2013 08:21:31 GMT
Only steps away from the recently re-opened Rijks, Stedelijk and Van Gogh museum giants, the canal house based exhibition space covers just 2.3 m2 – making it officially Amsterdam’s smallest gallery.
From June to August, the gallery will display original work created by Dutch graphic artists Niessen and de Vries (http://www.niessendevries.nl/info/). The gallery inspired piece, entitled “Raambiljet”, will be revealed during the opening on the evening of 7 June.
Based in Amsterdam, Niessen and de Vries create a myriad of different projects striving to involve the viewer and keep their designs interactive. They consciously shape what they call the "in-between place": they see their designs as common areas where differences and opposites can come together and unite.
Mark Sloan, Executive Creative Director at Anomaly, said: ”Our pint-sized gallery space will continue to host different exhibitions every few months. The program includes both established and upcoming artists who have been inspired by the size of our space to create site-specific work. The aim is to generate dialogue and collaboration between artists and the creative industry. And have a bit of fun. We’ve always admired Niesen and de Vries’ work and are thrilled to have them on board.”view more - Awards and EventsAnomaly London, Thu, 23 May 2013 08:21:31 GMT