Wall designs, 18th century room in the 'Koorenhuis', a cultural center in The Hague. Execution in 100% wool felt. Completed, November 2006 Photographs by Pim Piët Muren van de Regentenkamer van het Koorenhuis in Den Haag. Uitvoering in wolvilt. In samenwerking met Monk architecten te Utrecht.
VITRINE was a unique exhibition space opposite the entrance of Vino Vero, an organic wine shop on the Weimarstraat, the Hague, Netherlands.
Annemieke Louwerens, VITRINE's founder and artist-curator, invited artists to show their work or presented her own in the repurposed shop window. Often times installations were made specifically for VITRINE; Louwerens, however, always added a visual element as a commentary to the work. As such, no one VITRINE was like the other: the medium, the installations and the space were highly changeable.
Louwerens used the VITRINE's clever compositions and juxtapositions to surprise, provoke and slow the pace of passers-by. VITRINE was on view 24/7 with each installation running for 6 to 7 weeks.
The entire project ran from 2008 until 2016 and is documented on www.vitrineonline.nl