ART WORK: portrait Frederique

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Portret | Frederique. | Rotterdam | by Mirella Sahetapy

EDITORIAL: Fd magazine

 

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Editorial: Fd.Persoonlijk | 8 pages Art versus Kitchenware –  Juan Gris | Photography Inga Powilleit, styling Studio Mirella Sahetapy, text Elsbeth Grievink, thanks to Bulthaup Rotterdam

ART WORK: Blue

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Still life | Blue. | 2017 | serie Absent | by Mirella Sahetapy

ART WORK: Sofa

sofa-lr-78x90Interior Life | Sofa. | 2017 | serie Absent | by Mirella Sahetapy

ART WORK: Joan

joan-lijstPortrait | Joan. | 2014 | serie Absent | by Mirella Sahetapy

ART WORK: Stripe

web-stripeStill life | Stripe. | 2018 | serie Absent | by Mirella Sahetapy

ART WORK: serie Absent at HAY Rotterdam (2)

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Poster: Photo’s from the serie Absent are presented at the HAY store Rotterdam from 26 jan. until 14 fear. 2019 during the Art Week Rotterdam.

ART WORK: Avocado

a-avocado-sInterior life | Avocado. | 2017 | serie Absent | by Mirella Sahetapy

Kellie

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Portrait | Kellie. x | 2014 | serie Absent

News: EXPOSITION – Through Springer’s eye at ZUIDERZEEMUSEUM

 

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For the prestigious exhibition Through Springer’s eye at the Zuiderzeemuseum Studio Mirella Sahetapy was asked to create 8 suggestions of living rooms and an atelier.

The exhibition introduces the world of Cornelis Springer (1817-1891), one of the most renowned 19th-century painters of townscapes. An impressive amount of works are collected from musea and private collectors all over the world.

The exhibition is beautifully designed by architect Paul Toornend, graphic design by Michael Snitker, light design by Henk van der Geest, set styling by Studio Mirella Sahetapy

Zuiderzeemuseum, Enkhuizen
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