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Design competition Van Gogh Museum carpet
On Friday Nights the Van Gogh Museum becomes a vibrant hotspot. Culture-minded young people from The Netherlands and abroad meet up in the Van Gogh Museum for culture, cocktails, guided tours, DJs & VJs.
The museum creates a platform for young talents on these Friday Nights. Rising stars from the world of pop music, theatre and dance, films and fashion show how Vincent van Gogh is a source of inspiration for them. It will come as no surprise that the carpet has now become threadbare, so the Van Gogh Museum is looking for a new carpet and its designer could be you!
Design competitionIn collaboration with Desso, the Van Gogh Museum is organizing a design competition, inviting designers to express their ideas about Vincent van Gogh and the museum by designing a unique carpet. Working closely with the designer, Desso will make the winning concept into a carpet that will be the showstopper in the central hall of the museum each Friday Night.
JuryA panel of experts will judge all the entries. The top five will get personal feedback on their designs from Axel Rüger, Director of the Van Gogh Museum, designer Bas Kosters and Thomas Widdershoven, Creative Director of the Eindhoven Design Academy. 
Prize
Your design on show in a top museum that attracts 1,600,000 international visitors every year
Mention of your design in all international press releases by the Van Gogh Museum
VIP treatment on the Friday Night of the unveiling
Travel expenses and hotel accommodation on the night of the unveiling
One year’s free entry to the Friday Evenings in the Van Gogh Museum in 2015
So do you want 125,000 pairs of feet and eyes on your design each year? Fill out the form here to sign up for the design competition. Make sure you do so before 1 december 2014. For more information or questions: designcompetition@vangoghmuseum.nl.

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Design competition Van Gogh Museum carpet

On Friday Nights the Van Gogh Museum becomes a vibrant hotspot. Culture-minded young people from The Netherlands and abroad meet up in the Van Gogh Museum for culture, cocktails, guided tours, DJs & VJs.

The museum creates a platform for young talents on these Friday Nights. Rising stars from the world of pop music, theatre and dance, films and fashion show how Vincent van Gogh is a source of inspiration for them. It will come as no surprise that the carpet has now become threadbare, so the Van Gogh Museum is looking for a new carpet and its designer could be you!

Design competition
In collaboration with Desso, the Van Gogh Museum is organizing a design competition, inviting designers to express their ideas about Vincent van Gogh and the museum by designing a unique carpet. Working closely with the designer, Desso will make the winning concept into a carpet that will be the showstopper in the central hall of the museum each Friday Night.

Jury
A panel of experts will judge all the entries. The top five will get personal feedback on their designs from Axel Rüger, Director of the Van Gogh Museum, designer Bas Kosters and Thomas Widdershoven, Creative Director of the Eindhoven Design Academy. 

Prize

  • Your design on show in a top museum that attracts 1,600,000 international visitors every year
  • Mention of your design in all international press releases by the Van Gogh Museum
  • VIP treatment on the Friday Night of the unveiling
  • Travel expenses and hotel accommodation on the night of the unveiling
  • One year’s free entry to the Friday Evenings in the Van Gogh Museum in 2015

So do you want 125,000 pairs of feet and eyes on your design each yearFill out the form here to sign up for the design competition. Make sure you do so before 1 december 2014. For more information or questions: designcompetition@vangoghmuseum.nl.

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HET HONDJE DAT NINO NIET HAD by Anton van Hertbruggen

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HET HONDJE DAT NINO NIET HAD by Anton van Hertbruggen

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Messages to the PublicSpectacolor electronic sign 20 x 40 ft. Text: Truisms, 1977–79 Times Square, New York © Jenny Holzer, member Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY 

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Messages to the Public
Spectacolor electronic sign
20 x 40 ft.
Text:
Truisms, 1977–79
Times Square, New York
© Jenny Holzer, member Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY 

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Jenny Holzer, Truisms, 1979.

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Then You Lost Me 2013 Oil and acrylic on printed paper mounted on board 2 ft. × 1.67 ft.
By Njideka Akunyili Crosby

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Then You Lost Me 2013 Oil and acrylic on printed paper mounted on board 2 ft. × 1.67 ft.

By Njideka Akunyili Crosby

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