The RC Art Fair, a small art show in the midst of the festival, will again be located in Hudson Hall, next to Parkheuvel restaurant. Five galleries will be showing their work in a museological presentation, as well as selling art by both established artists and up-and-coming talent.
For the very first time a pavillion with Dutch Design will rise at North Sea Jazz, with a solo by Richard Hutten. He belongs to the top of Dutch designers and is well-known for No Sign Of Design: functional furniture in a conceptional and humorous style. Abroad, Hutten is the poster face of Dutch Design; pieces of Dutch origin which represent his stubbornness and critical attitude towards status. Designs are being exhibited all over the world and are part of the collections of museums such as Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen and New York’s MoMa.
Also in Hudson Hall: work by young, up-and-coming artists made especially for the festival, which will be exhibited against a black wall.
Masters of Rotterdam
Yenisei Foyer will once again host art projects by the Masters of Rotterdam; a selection of the best and most well-known artists hailing from the city.
Hudson Hall, Yenisei foyer