February 2, 2018 - March 4, 2018
Book launch Jenny Ymker

Book launch Jenny Ymker

Visual artist Jenny Ymker held an exhibition of her gobelins and launched her first book with an overview of photographic works on tapestries in the historic setting of a medieval castle. I was responsible for finding a suitable location for her exhibition and, in addition, I wrote an introduction on historical tapestries for the book and spoke about historic tapestries at the book launch.

Our role: Writer, location scout and speaker
location: Ammersoyen Castle, Ammerzoden, The Netherlands
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