29 November: Hoogtij #35

On Friday November 29 Tagtics will be part of Hoogtij #35, De Haagse Rondgang. During Hoogtij 19 art spaces will be open from 19.00 – 23.00 h. Entrance is free.

Before you start the tour you can warm up with a cup of soup. When and where?
18.00h at GEMAK, Paviljoensgracht 20-24. That’s the place where you can join one of the guided tours, start 19.00h. Soup and guided tour are free of charge!

The guided tour which leads you to Quartair is Rondleiding #3 by Channa Boon.
Route: Grafische Werkplaats, Acte de Présence, Nutshuis, Quartair, Arte Sin Limites and Galerie Helder. If you want to participate, send a mail with the number of people to mailing@hoogtij.net and bring your bike!!

Of course it’s also possible to walk or bike your own tour of interest. Just check the map and program.

Download the complete Hoogtij program.
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Find Tagtics @ Quartair here!
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A great opportunity to dive into The Hagues art scene, see you there?

Meet…greet…eat!!!

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Hey, another Sneak Peek? Definitely, but this time of the making of the first course by Marije.
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The table is set to go. Marleens work is waiting patiently for the guests.
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The first course is….. sushi. looks like an abstract work, nicely arranged.
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The guests join in and attack the sushi
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Time for a stroll after the sushi, but… wait a minute… there comes the second course.
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…..Soup. Nice colors, still looks abstract but the arrangement is getting sloppy.
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This side is up!
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The main course is Indian. Nice toned colors and the arrangement totally abstract expressionistic.
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The talks were lively and blue likes pink. Thanks all for the great evening!

Opening Tagtics!!!

In case you missed it, the opening of the Tagtics exhibition @ Quartair for you in pictures!
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The crowd listening to Erik Jan Ligtvoet, one of the Quartair artists, in the front the cube piece of Mischa Rakier.
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Erik-Jan is talking and hanging, just relaxed…
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Lotte Geeven officially opened the show with a great lecture about the importance for an artist to travel!
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The crowd was pleased and listening carefully behind the fragile work of Ralph de Jongh.
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Mischa Rakier and Lotte Geeven in front of the bar, painted by Marije Vermeulen.
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On the right the Happy Painter is looking at his work in the corner as a satisfied man. On the floor a work by Paul Komada.
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The corner painting already had fans.
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Marielle Buitendijk and Marcel Swint are enjoying the show…
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There was fresh soup and bread enough for everyone.
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Marije, Mischa, Robert and Paul.
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The Quartair Bar-team!
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Paul Komada from Seattle and Alain Biltereyst from Brussels
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Robert Nilsen from Trondheim next to his work.