Category Archives: Art

Art, Culture, Photography

Todd Hido’s photography exhibit in Amsterdam

Todd Hido. Courtesy of Galerie Alex Daniëls and Todd Hido (2)

Contemporary and internationally renowned american photographer Todd Hido is arriving at the Alex Daniel Reflex Amsterdam art gallery rooms starting the 12th of September to November 2015. A total of 70 pieces amongst which classic works (already exhibited in renowned museums) along with never seen before pieces will be showcased.

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Art, Literature



Lay back and enjoy a new piece of poetry by Vanessa Matic.

Find more work of her work for BLEND\BUREAUX here.

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Art, Literature



Monday evening… Not a bad night for poetry!

Read the newest poem by Vanessa Matic. Care to read some of her words written in the past? Find them here.
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Art, Design, Interior

No rest for Daan Roukens


Imagine being an artist. Being restless, looking for inspiration and the finer things in life, all day every day. It happens to Daan Roukens. The young Dutch artist is always obsessively searching for inspiration and has a thing with repetition. Whether it’s a line or color; everything has to be repeated and balanced.

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Advertising, Art, Design, Innovation

The secret’s out! Visit the newest exhibition by No Man’s Art Gallery

lowres-© Lehlogonolo Mashaba, Markings of belonging V, 2013

No Man’s Art Pop-up Gallery Exhibition

Who doesn’t enjoy a good secret? It just makes everything so much more exciting. No Man’s Art Gallery came up with an amazing idea to please the crowd by not letting them know before hand where the opening of the pop-up gallery will take place. For their eighth international No Man’s Art Pop-up Gallery exhibition opening they have traveled all around the world to show you a personal selected collection of artworks by a variety of artist form different countries. Last night was their opening and BLEND\BUREAUX went to check it out and even got some exclusive footage which we will post later on.

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Art, Design, People, Photography

A quick update on beer, art & party


It’s been an inspiring and eventful month for people with a huge interest in art. Mini Galerie, Cloud Art & Coffee, Billytown and Walls Gallery all had their opening planned in one weekend, and all of them kindly supported by Warsteiner. Mini Galerie and Cloud Art & Coffee even had their 1 year anniversary, which called for a celebration. If you haven’t had the chance to visit them all. A quick update from BLEND\BUREAUX with all necessities needed will suffice.

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Art, Literature



Enjoy a new poem by Vanessa Matic.
Find her previous work here and read her new poem ‘Below Your Head’ below.
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Art, People, Photography

Solo-Exhibition ‘SEISUI’ by Casper Faassen


Born in 1975 (Leidschendam, Netherlands) photographer and painter Casper Faassen created an early on fascination for many of the greatest painters history has come to be known. Inspired by names such as Rembrandt and Picasso have led to his own in-house atelier, where he creates marvelous pieces suspended between impressionism, realism and abstract influences. For the first time in his admirable career Faassen’s newest work titled ’SEISUI’ is now being exhibited at the Kahmann Gallery in Amsterdam.

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Art, Fashion, Photography

Djojo&Versteeg photography; a visual affair of emotion and artistry

'The Venomous Vixen'

‘The Venomous Vixen’

What happens when two creative artists with different areas of expertise join forces for the sake of photography? The unique collaboration between Djojo&Versteeg results into a visual affair of emotion and artistry, showing us a truthful vulnerability.

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Art, Fashion, People, Photography

Wallflowers that cannot be missed


While a wallflower normally seems unpopular and shy, these wallflowers catch your eye immediately. For her latest series the young and talented photographer Sarah Kirsten Vlekke tried to let the viewer think about people who are trapped in their own surroundings. But is it the background that matches the model, or the model that matches the background?

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