Rademakers Gallery at Market Art + Design

Market Art + Design
The Bridgehampton Museum, Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, NY, USA

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From July 5th until 8th, Rademakers Gallery returns to the Hamptons during Market Art + Design with a lot of Dutch design, paintings, photography and embroidery. Florentijn de Boer, a just graduated painter, makes her debut in the USA. Other artists include Studio Job, Preta Wolzak, Stefan Gross, Dagmar van Weeghel, Sebiha Demir and Natasja van der Meer.

Studio Job - Porsche

"Porsche" by Studio Job | courtesy of Rademakers Gallery


Natasja van der Meer - American Sweetheart

"American Sweetheart" by Natasja van der Meer | courtesy of Rademakers Gallery


About Rademakers Gallery

Founded in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, in 2007, Rademakers Gallery is a contemporary gallery that presents artworks by emerging and renowned artists at the interface of art, photography, fashion and design. The gallery represents established artists such as Jimmy Nelson, and Studio Job, while they also represent emerging artists such as Natasja van der Meer and Zuijderwijk Vergouwe. Rademakers Gallery emphasizes on 'crossovers' between the artistic disciplines, which is perfectly executed in every exhibition and show that Rademakers composes.

Sebiha Demir - Trickster

"Trickster" by Sebiha Demir | courtesy of Rademakers Gallery


Preta Wolzak - Everybody needs a hero HR

"Everybody needs a hero" by Preta Wolzak | courtesy of Rademakers Gallery

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