Lloyd Hotel & Culturele Ambassade: Design Hotel Amsterdam - Amsterdam, 1019 BN, Nederland
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TAKUYA OHASHI & SHINTARO TOKITA

MUSICIANS

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Sukima Switch is one of Japan’s best-loved pop and jazz fusion duos. Founded in 1999 by Shintaro Tokita and Takuya Ohashi the group has produced six albums and countless live shows across Japan. Most recently they produced a single titled ‘Line’ for the manga series film Naruto Shippuden.

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HIDA KASEI, AMIR KOMEILIZADEH, MOHAMMAD REZA AMIRI

DESIGNERS

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Lloyd Hotel room 202 has been recently transformed into the Migration room by an Iranian design trio. Hida Kasei (designer), Amir Komeilizadeh (designer) and Mohammad Reza Amiri (calligrapher) share a keen sense of migration issues and especially what is means to re-redefine the notion of home. They were inspired by the ancient tradition of weaving in the transformation of this room and created one of the most awe-inspiring shower installations ever. The Migration room officially opened during the Migration Festival in the Lloyd Hotel (May 29, 2016).

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EDDY WIJNGAARDE

Film Producer

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Eddy Wijngaarde (73) is a serial entrepreneur who fell into the film business while entertaining friends at his restaurant in Amsterdam in the 1980s. Having grown up in Surinam and The Netherlands his projects straddle both countries and cultures. His past successes include award-winning documentaries and pioneering projects like ‘Surinam Youth News’. He tells Kim van Beek how his career as a film producer unfolded what we can expect next.

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URSULA DAVIES

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Ursula studied languages at university and got a first taste of the creative world when she spent a year abroad working in a contemporary art centre. Since then she has always been interested in the business side of creativity and culture. Her first job was for a placemaking consultancy called Locum Consulting, then she spent a few years at the UK Design Council which she left to run operations for a photography start up. “All those things have been super useful for my job at Makerversity.”

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FRANCK BRAGIGAND

Painter

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Museum Director Katia Baudin once described Dutch artist Frank Bragigand as the ‘last true modernist’. His practice includes a range so diverse it spans from the restoration of furniture to public space interventions and hotel bar design. But if only for the sake of context, ‘painter’ best describes Bragigand’s role in his latest exhibition, Art Language, on show at the Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy and Gallery Lumen Travo in Amsterdam.

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Chitose Ohchi

Curator

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Based on the first sugary sweets introduced to the Japanese city of Hirado in the 16th century, Chitose Ohchi has curated an utterly unique jewellery collection for MONO JAPAN. Calling on nine different Japanese jewellery designers, Chitose presents their work as part of a multi-layered exhibition that also references the age-old maritime relationship between the Dutch and Japanese. Chitose as a long-standing relationship with the Netherlands in particular working with design alumni from the Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. The exhibition will be accompanied by intermittent live piano performances and a tea-making ceremony in Room 221.

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Masashi Sueta

Fashion Designer

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Fashion designer Masashi Sueta will introduce his fashion label Hihihi for the first time in Europe at MONOJAPAN. Masashi is a guest of the Cultural Embassy for MONO JAPAN - a Japanese craft & design fair and cultural event taking place at the Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy from 5-7 February 2016.

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Hanako Matsunaga

Ceramics Expert

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Meet Hanako Matsunaga, an avid Japanese ceramics collector, expert and importer. Hanako is a guest of the Cultural Embassy for MONO JAPAN - a Japanese craft & design fair and cultural event taking place at the Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy from 5-7 February 2016.

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SAKAIDA KAKIEMON XV

JAPANESE POTTER

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The 'Asia'  exhibition at the Rijks Museum this winter, showed how Japanese design was introduced in the Netherlands through the 17th century VOC.

One of the specialties the Dutch elite loved instantly was the precious, luxury porcelain of the Kakiemon workshop. Soon this was favoured over the Chinese porcelain.
Now, the celebrations of 400 year porcelain crafts in the Japanese Arita region, brings the 15th generation of Sakaida Kakiemon, to Amsterdam and Lloyd Hotel.

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Hany Abu-Assad

Film Director

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Palestinian director Hany Abu Assad is in Amsterdam for the Shortcutz annual film awards and a guest of the Cultural Embassy. No stranger to awards, Abu-Assad is an Academy Award nominee and a Golden Globe winner amongst many more accolades. His latest film, The Idol (2015), currently showing at the Rotterdam Film Festival, was shot on location in Gaza and tells the tender real life story of 23-year-old Mohammed Assaf, winner of the Arab Idol in 2013.

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ROBERTO NEGRIN

COUTURIER FOR DOGS

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Roberto Negrin
Dressed in a gold costume we came across couturier for dogs Roberto Negrin from New York. He visited Amsterdam briefly to do a photoshoot and filming at Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy for an online commercial. RTL-Boulevard jumped to the opportunity of talking to him.

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PHILIPP FÜRHOFER

PAINTER, SET- AND COSTUME DESIGNER

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Philipp Fürhofer creates opulent works of art and works as a set- and costume designer for the opera.
He's staying at Lloyd Hotel as he's in Amsterdam often for his work on Pique Dame, Tchaikowsky's opera which will open in the Holland Festival, 9 June 2016, directed by Stephen Herheim. 

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SIMON STEPHENS

PLAYWRIGHT

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Simon Stephens, 44, is a playwright whose productions include a highly acclaimed adaptation of Mark Haddon's 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time'.
His play 'Song from far Away' is set in Amsterdam with Lloyd Hotel written in as the chosen location of the principal character Willem. It premiered in Sao Paulo, to continue in Amsterdam and London to rave reviews.

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MASATAKA MIYANAGA

MAMECHIYO PRESS OFFICER

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This year Masataka Miyanaga organised his three-day high-end workshop and lecture tour for Japanese beauty experts at Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy. The course results in a photo shoot.
He works together with his wife, Mamechiyo, who’s a key figure of the Kimono revival movement in Japan. Her kimonos are ‘like modern landscapes, where Eastern and Western worlds collide’, writes Trend Tablet.

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HIROKAZU TOKUYAMA

ARTS CURATOR

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Hirokazu Tokuyama is curator at the Kyoto City University of Arts (KCUA) Art Gallery @KCUA, and his connection to Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy is through artistic director Suzanne Oxenaar, whom he met for the art project ‘Still Moving’.

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ANNIE DORSEN

THEATRE MAKER

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American theatermaker Annie Dorsen is in Amsterdam for the world premier of ‘Yesterday Tomorrow’, Thursday 4 June in the Holland Festival. This is a concert for three humans and a computer, based on the Beatles'song Yesterday and Tomorrow, from the musical Annie.

The stage setting is extremely simple, consisting of three white leather Marcel Wander’s couches she’s borrowed from the Lloyd Hotel restaurant. Annie’s just in from a stroll in the Eastern Docklands after a day of setting the stage and finetuning at the Muziekgebouw.

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LEOPOLD RABUS

PAINTER

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Together with his brother Till, his mother Renate and his father Alex, Leopold Rabus (1977) has just opened at TORCH gallery. Their group exhibition is called ‘Comme une grappe estivale d’helices de Pise’, and runs until 20 June. Leopold has had numerous exhibitions, among which was a solo exhibition at the GEM The Hague before.

The lobby is plastered with the drawings his son Edouir (5) and daughter Ellie (9) made of the Lloyd Hotel and its surroundings. Perhaps these are the budding works of a next generation of artists, for the Swiss Rabus family covers already two generations of them. “I do not know of a hotel in Switzerland that would organise space for children as well as the Lloyd. They would have a nice playground but with an unpleasant esthetics.”

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NORIYUKI MOMOTA

PRESIDENT MOMOTA TOUEN CORPORATION

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Delegations of Saga Prefecture, Japan and the Arita area frequently stay at Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy as they further their object to promote the international awareness of 400 years of Arita pottery & culture. 
Recently, Momota-san was in Amsterdam to meet with Dutch designers Scholten & Baijings. As CEO of a centuries old manufacturing and trading company of Arita pottery, Momota instigated the brand 1616/ Arita Japan together with designer Yanagihara Teruhiro and Dutch design studio Scholten&Baijings. This brand precedented the 2016/ project, which will launch at theMilan Salone di Mobile next year. 

As he relaxes between a busy meeting schedule, we have an opportunity to talk with him. 

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NATHALIE BOSEUL SHIN

CURATOR

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Nathalie Boseul SHIN is the very active chief-curator at Seoul’s first private museum, the Total Museum of Contemporary Art. Her background is in the Media Arts, yet she curated Contemporary Art exhibitions since she joined the museum in 2007, and organised a number of annual international projects since 2010.
She stays at Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy on invitation of the Mondriaan Fund, as one of a group of art professionals from South-Korea and Japan who represent a wide range of art institutions.

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NISHIKO 

VISUAL ARTIST

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On 11 March, it will be 4 years since the Great Japanese Earthquake took place, with the ensuing tsunami and nuclear disaster at Fukushima. Prior to the day of remembrance, on Sunday 8 March, the 'Hope, Step, Japan' event at Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy presented an overview of ways to deal with the aftermath - in lectures, screenings, and food. Visual artist Nishiko set up her exhibition 'Disaster Repair', with debris she's been collecting around the tsunami area since 2012. 

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ANAS AREMEYAW ANAS 

INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALIST

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Invited by ZAM Magazine, we are delighted to have the renowned undercover investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas with us. Yesterday evening he was guest at De Zwijger speaking about his job. Saturday 7 March we will show the IDFA documentary ‘Chameleon’ made of him by Ryan Mullins.

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TERUHIRO YANAGIHARA

DESIGNER

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Kyoto-based product designer Yanagihara is in Amsterdam to further his project celebrating 400 years of the Arita pottery industry in the Saga Prefecture, Japan. The project -called2016/ is supported by the Dutch embassy in Tokyo and embraces the opportunity to deepen the economic and cultural relations between the Netherlands and Japan. 

Primary aim of the project is to develop 16 new series by international designers, together with 16 Arita pottery producers. These will be presented at the 2016 Milan Design Week. Design partner in the Netherlands are Scholten & Baijings.

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RENZO MARTENS 

VISUAL ARTIST

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Renzo Martens, visual artist, whose documentary film 'Episode III / Enjoy Poverty', caused a huge stir in 2008 when it came out at the International Documentary Film Fesitval Amsterdam (IDFA). In it, Martens' epic journey through the jungle of Congo is depicted. He encourages Congolese people to market and sell images of their state of poverty, and he carries with him a huge neon sign ‘Enjoy Poverty, please’. The work was shown at the Centre Pompidou, at the Berlin Biennale, in Tate Modern just to name a few, and was widely discussed by eminent thinkers from in- and outside the art world, from the London School of Economics to Yale University.

Early in the evening he walks in, wearing a white jacket and burgundy trousers, his sleek long hair combed back; yes, he does play with his likeness to the actor Klaus Kinski. He stayed at Lloyd Hotel for a week, while further developing his plans.

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PABLO MARTIN-CAMINERO

Innovative Flamenco Free Style Musician

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Invited by the Flamenco Biennale to join forces with three Dutch jazz-improvisers, the Spanish band Ultra High Flamenco is having a great time playing in Utrecht, Amsterdam and Rotterdam.
Double-bass player Pablo Martín-Caminero is about the only band-member who's fluent in English. We talk about UHF's Dutch experience.

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Victoria de Pereda and Pierluigi Cattermole

Design Creatives

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Under the auspices of the Dutch embassy in Madrid a group of Spanish design professionals travelled to Amsterdam last week, staying as guests of the Lloyd Hotel’s Cultural Embassy. They embarked on a whirlwind tour of Dutch design covering Amsterdam, Eindhoven, Delft and Tilburg. The aim was to intensify the cultural relationship between Spain and The Netherlands culminating in an exhibition, event or symposium of Dutch design in the near future in Spain. Amongst the group was Victoria de Pereda, industrial designer and educator and Pierluigi Cattermole, the publishing editor of the well-celebrated Spanish design magazine experimenta. We caught up with both of them right before their exit back to Spain….

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PASCALE GATZEN

Fashion Designer

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In Amsterdam from New York to speak at the 2014 FASHION SYMPOSIUM - Time for Reflection of the Dutch Fashion Foundation is fashion designer Pascale Gatzen. She started as one of six young designers who were the first Dutch with a pret-a-porter show in Paris back in 1995. Ten years later she's settled in New York, with big plans for a textile mill in the Hudson Valley.
At Lloyd Hotel she is surrounded by work of one of the people she counts as example; Claudy Jongstra.

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TRAVIS CHAMBERLAIN

Curator New Museum NY

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Travis Chamberlain is Associate Curator of Performance and Manager of Public Programmes at the New Museum in New York.

Staying with us as a guest of TROUW he’s here to test the most ambitious thing he’s ever done: to present a large scale performance art project in an exhibition.

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LUCY MCRAE

BODY ARCHITECT

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London-based Lucy McRae gave the keynote at Ninety Minutes of Frame on October 3rd and was our guest over this time. The engaging lecture series themed 'Get Physical' is in its fourth edition so a keynote from a self-proclaimed Body Architect fits the scene. Merging backgrounds in classical ballet and interior design, McRae explores relationships between the body and technology.

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CHITOSE OHCHI

JEWELLERY GALLERY OWNER

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posted on 31/07/2014

Head of the Japanese contemporary jewellery gallery ‘O-Jewel’, Chitose Ohchi is here to elaborate on the theme of the current exhibition of which she is the curator, ‘Holland – Japonism’.

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PACO BARRAGÁN

INDEPENDENT CURATOR AND ART CONSULTANT

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posted on 31/07/2014

Journalist, art consultant, independent curator and artistic director of CIRCA, Puerto Rico, Paco Barragán fiddles with his Spotify playlist. He does some DJ-ing at opening parties of art projects on the side. Over his apple pie, he explains that he’s here for two reasons: to talk to photographer Erwin Olaf as a curator of a new tour of his show ‘Erwin Olaf; The Empire of Illusion’, and to propose a solo show of eight large scale paintings based on Dora Mar’s photos of the development of the Guernica by a Spanish artist.

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JEAN DE LOISY

DIRECTOR PALAIS DE TOKYO

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posted on 03/07/2014

Kickstarting the first edition of 'Trouw Invites.....', a series of exhibitions and performances at Trouw / De Verdieping in collaboration with Stedelijk Museum, is the Parisian Palais the Tokyo. They curated the installation 'Landscape' of artist Fouad Bouchoucha.

For tonight's opening, Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy sponsored the rooms of Jean de Loisy, director of Palais de Tokyo, and DJ Joakinm Bouazis, with whom the French art institution will throw one of their infamous nightly parties. (image courtesy connaissancedesarts.com)

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ROBBIE MAHONEY

Creative Director

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posted on 13/06/2014

Robbie Mahoney – creative director at renowned design agency Graphic Thought Facility – will be our guest on Monday, 16 June. He wil also be giving the keynote address at the third edition of Ninety Minutes of Frame that same night at Pakhuis De Zwijger Having studied graphic design at Central Saint Martin's and the Royal College of Art, Mahoney joined Graphic Thought Facility in 2001. The London-based design consultancy has an international reputation for its diverse and progressive approach for clients such as Vitra, Kvadrat, Frieze Art Fair and the Design Museum.

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SOPHIE OLUWOLE

Philosopher

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posted on 22/04/2014

Sophie Oluwole welcomes me warmly when we meet at the reception of the Lloyd Hotel. It’s almost like I’m visiting her, instead of her visiting Amsterdam. She’s here only for two days. The original plan was to be there on Thursday for the Alternative G8 of Philosophy in TheRedBar of the Lloyd Hotel and the next day as speaker on the official G8 of Philosophy together with among others Peter Sloterdijk and Benjamin Barber.

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LADUMA NGXOKOLO

Knitwear Designer

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posted on 15/04/2014

Brought up on a diet of art, textiles and tribal craft Laduma Ngxokolo was primed for a life in fashion. Then his late mother showed him how to use a knitting machine. What happens next is amazing…

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PIET BOOGERT

posted on 07/04/2014 by Natalie

For more than twenty years our General Manager Piet Boogert has been leading a double life. It started in July 1992 when he persuaded a group of hotels in Amsterdam to organize the biggest dinner the Dam Square has ever seen. This year it involved a trip to Ethiopia. Intrigued? So were we....

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ALEXA AND JOÃO RODRIGUES *FOUNDERS SHORTCUTZ AMSTERDAM*

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posted on 27/03/2014 by mylene

They have their ‘Wednesday Look’, sipping on their lemonade and beer. As usual, Alexa and João Rodrigues have spent most of the night editing the photos taken during Tuesday’s session of their weekly shorts program at the Kring: Shortcutz Amsterdam.
It’s the first thing attendees look for on Facebook the morning after the session: their pictures.

The international guests of Shortcutz Amsterdam usually stay at Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy, and we are showing a ‘General Audiences’ selection of winning short films on the Lloyd tv-channel in all hotel rooms.

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HACO DE RIDDER

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*OFFICER INTERNATIONAL VISITORS PROGRAM MONDRIAAN FUND*

posted on 19/03/2014 by mylene

Haco de Ridder Officer International Visitors Program Mondriaan Fund
Since 2007 the guests of the International Visitors Program stay at Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy.

I work for the Visitors Programme and the yearly Orientation Trips organized by the Mondriaan Fund, the Dutch public cultural funding organization focusing on visual arts and cultural heritage.
We invite around 20 people a year, mostly on an individual basis but sometimes as a group. The idea is to provide them an insight into the Dutch art field. Together with them I prepare a tailor-made programme of artists and institutions that they would like to meet.

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OJI MASANORI *PRODUCT DESIGNER*

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posted on 13/03/2014 by mylene

After his training as an architect at Hiroshima Institute of Technology, and working as a graphic designer, Oji Masanori found out that what he really liked was product design.
His success as self-taught designer is based on his knowledge of materials and relations with small craft manufacturers in Japan, who still know how to use traditional techniques. With them, Masanori develops carefully made innovative home ware products, which have become available in boutique shops from New York to Taiwan.

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ILCO VAN DER LINDE *FOUNDER MASTERPEACE*

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posted on 13/03/2014 by mylene

After his training as an architect at Hiroshima Institute of Technology, and working as a graphic designer, Oji Masanori found out that what he really liked was product design.
His success as self-taught designer is based on his knowledge of materials and relations with small craft manufacturers in Japan, who still know how to use traditional techniques. With them, Masanori develops carefully made innovative home ware products, which have become available in boutique shops from New York to Taiwan.

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VALENTINA TÓTH *PIANIST, ACTRESS*

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posted on 24/02/2014 by mylene

photo Oscar Timmers

‘There hardly ever are miscommunications in music’.

She came to the piano much later than other ‘star children’ like the brothers Jussen or LangLang. Starting with lessons at nine years old, she was on stage in various countries around the world at 12 and found herself winning the prestigious Prinses Christina Concours in 2009, when she was fourteen.

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SISSEL TOLAAS *SCENT SPECIALIST*

posted on 12/02/2014 by Natalie

Sissel Tolaas is one of the world’s most prolific scent specialists. During an extensive education in Oslo, Moscow, Leningrad, Oxford and Princeton, Tolaas studied mathematics, chemistry, art and linguistics – she speaks nine languages. Further to her wide expertise, she has been exploring smells for the past 23 years. Ahead of her stay at the Lloyd Hotel and her presentation at Ninety Minutes of Frame we spoke to her in Berlin about her unique vocation.

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JONAS MVA MVA *PROGRAM MANAGER*

posted on 06/02/2014 by mylene

Chocoholics craving sustainable cocoa are on the increase worldwide. To meet with this growing demand, the producing countries need to step up their output. That is why IDH Sustainable Trade took on board Jonas Mva Mva five years ago, who, as he puts it ‘was born under a cocoa tree’.

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ASAKO INAMORI *DESIGNER*

posted on 27/01/2014 by mylene

How a Japanese family of skilled needle-crafters became interested in macramé, started tying knots in fibre glass and made it look like lace, landed a large order for the costumes of a well-known theme park and now roam Amsterdam looking for new connections with Dutch designers.

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MARTIN KULLIK *GASTRONOMIST*

posted on 16/01/2014 by mylene

With his partner Jouw Wijnsma, who left Clifford Chance to join him in setting up several concept stores for 'wearable art' in Amsterdam, Hamburg and Lisbon, Martin Kullik initiated Steinbeisser. This platform for 'wearable art' and experimental gastronomy, has a partnership with the Cultural Embassy since they settled in Amsterdam in 2011.

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MALU HALASA *JOURNALIST*

MALU HALASA *JOURNALIST*

posted on 12/12/2013 by mylene

A mid-morning chat with Malu Halasa, journalist and writer about the culture and politics of the Middle East. She has been involved with the Prince Claus Funds for many years, among others as former managing editor of the library. Currently she stays in Lloyd Hotel for the Prince Claus Fund Awards. We’re sharing thoughts as she takes a break in prepping her moderator role in this afternoon’s programme Culture in Action at de Balie.
She’s stayed on and off at the Lloyd for a few years.

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MIRIK MILAN *NIGHT MAYOR*

posted on 09/12/2013 by lisa

In 1914 a young publicist, Bert Lennon, interviewed a German ballerina named Betty Heinrich for The Chicago Tribune. Speaking through a translator (Bert spoke no German and Betty no English) they defied the language gap and fell in love. Soon afterwards they moved to the seaside neighbourhood of Venice Beach in Los Angeles. There, they produced one of the first and most prolific musical families in California for generations to come.

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VENICE *THE BAND*

posted on 09/12/2013 by lisa

In 1914 a young publicist, Bert Lennon, interviewed a German ballerina named Betty Heinrich for The Chicago Tribune. Speaking through a translator (Bert spoke no German and Betty no English) they defied the language gap and fell in love. Soon afterwards they moved to the seaside neighbourhood of Venice Beach in Los Angeles. There, they produced one of the first and most prolific musical families in California for generations to come.

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NIECK DE BRUIJN *GALLERIST*

posted on 04/12/2013 by mylene

Conversation with Nieck de Bruijn, founder and co-owner of Upstream gallery. Upstream celebrates its first decade in Amsterdam with an exhibition at Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy with work of all its 17 artists.

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ZAHID SARDAR *DESIGN JOURNALIST*

posted on 22/11/2013 by Natalie

A distinguished opinion-maker in the realm of design and architecture, Zahid Sardar was the San Francisco Chronicle’s design editor for twenty years, and is now the contributing editor for Dwell Magazine. He is the author of several books, including ‘West Coast Design’ and the forthcoming ‘Paris Outdoors’. Recently, Sardar’s interests have moved beyond his Bay Area home, and towards the Netherlands in particular.

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Based on the first sugary sweets introduced to the Japanese city of Hirado in the 16th century, Chitose Ohchi has curated an utterly unique jewellery collection for MONO JAPAN. Calling on nine different Japanese jewellery designers, Chitose presents their work as part of a multi-layered exhibition that also references the age-old maritime relationship between the Dutch and Japanese. Chitose as a long-standing relationship with the Netherlands in particular working with design alumni from the Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. The exhibition will be accompanied by intermittent live piano performances and a tea-making ceremony in Room 221.

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