Today’s choice: a beautiful unique glass art necklace by Jelena Popadic, borrowed from our gallery Home Of Art
On December 23, 2014, my partner and I opened our Pop Up Art Gallery Home Of Art in the Museum District of Amsterdam, this is the reason I haven’t been blogging much lately.
After these hectic, but inspiring months, we have decided that Home Of Art will become a permanent Art Gallery in Amsterdam, something I could not have imagined a year or even some months ago!
What do we (aim to) do?
- Home Of Art is an Art Gallery in the Museum District of Amsterdam.
- Home Of Art is a non for profit organisation and aims to present and promote talented artists.
- Home Of Art offers a platform for artists that create diverse art forms in the broadest sense possible.
- Home Of Art combines art with a cozy atmoshphere and unique cultural events such as intimate concerts.
If there’s anyone that could/ would voluntarily help us out with our website, please contact me! It’s online (http://www.homeofart.org ), but I need help with adding content & making it look good, so until now we have mostly been communicating through Facebook; https://www.facebook.com/HomeOfArtAmsterdam (Give us a LIKE! We need them.), most of our artworks and an impression of the cultural events we have hosted are there.
Last but not least;
If you’re in Amsterdam, please do pay us a visit! We sell art for every budget and we are pleased to show you around.
Besides on Facebook ( http://www.facebook.com/HomeOfArtAmsterdam),
you can also follow Home Of Art on:
Instagram (http://instagram.com/homeofartamsterdam ),
Twitter (http://twitter.com/Home_Of_Art ),
and You Tube (http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk7vT0Jlghx324q97mKDQgg ) !
Home Of Art had the honour to host Barcelona Gipsy Klezmer Orchestra’s 1st (and 2nd!) concert in Amsterdam on June 1 (and 2) 2015.
Barcelona Gigpy Klezmer Orchestra (BGKO) has been thrilling audiences all over Europe with their soulful, vibrant show of traditional and popular Balkan, Gipsy and Jewish music from Eastern Europe. BGKO is an international ensemble based in Barcelona, well-known for exploring musical roots, creating and performing with outstanding personality.
BGKO is composed of six musicians from around the world. Originally from Serbia, Italy, France, Spain, Greece and India, BGKO’s musicians connected in Barcelona over their passion for Balkan music with their own special perspective. Their particular style comes from klezmer music, gipsy Jazz and Romani music as well as from their exploration of forgotten music styles, specific timbres and flavours from regions around Eastern Europe. BGKO has also been inspired by Barcelona’s eclectic music scene, from Latin-American melodies, traditional Catalan and Middle Eastern music to electrifying Jazz and Rockabilly.
Robindro Nikolic- Clarinet, Serbia/India
Mattia Schirosa- Accordeon, Italy
Julien Chanal- Guitar, France
Ivan Kovacevic- Double Bass, Serbia
Stelios Togias- Percussion, Greece
Sandra Sangiao- Voice, Catalunya
Here’s an impression (Photos by Jenni of https://www.facebook.com/jennifergrubephotography ):
Photos by Jenni of https://www.facebook.com/jennifergrubephotography
Barcelona Gipsy Klezmer Orchestra:
Home Of Art
Van Baerlestraat 39H
1071AP Amsterdam, The Netherlands
(website under construction)
This Sunday Home of Art invites its neighbors (and of course anyone else that’s interested!) to pass by and meet us. We will use this opportunity to present to you our new interior, arts and artists.
At 17.30 we also proudly present to you the premiere of a new musical project; Eva Aukes & Cecylia Fenrych will bring you a mix of classical music of Chopin, Bach and Batsevich, experimented with live electronic sounds.
Home of Art is situated at Van Baerlestraat 39H, behind the Museumplein and diagonally across the Royal Concertgebouw.
More info about Amsterdams coziest Pop Up Art Gallery Home Of Art: https://www.facebook.com/HomeOfArtAmsterdam