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The Civic City in a Nomadic World

Verwacht/Expected
>Charles Landry, the inventor of the Creative City concept and autho

The Civic City in a Nomadic World
De verzamelaarskast

>Uniek document van de enig overgebleven 18de-eeuwse Nederlandse Miniatuurapotheek
>Ontdek zel

De verzamelaarskast
Matthijs Maris

Verwacht/Expected
>Tentoonstelling ‘Matthijs Maris’, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, 6 oktobe

Matthijs Maris
Bicycle Landscape

Verwacht/Expected
>Presentation 25 September 2017 at the Landscape Triennal, Park21, H

Bicycle Landscape
OASE 98

> Uncovering the relevance of narrative methods to today’s architectural practice

OASE

OASE 98
Johan Maelwael

Verwacht/Expected
>Tentoonstelling ‘Johan Maelwael’, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, 6 oktobe

Johan Maelwael
Costume & Fashion

> Highlights from the costume collection of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
> A feast for the eyes

Costume & Fashion
 

out now: nai010 Fall 2017 Catalogue!

‘God created the world, but the Dutch created the Netherlands’ – or so it is claimed. The Netherlands, the ultimate designed country, is also a country of designers. That mutual influence is perhaps one of the most important aspects of Dutch spatial design culture. This wonder resulted in no less than three publications that feature prominently in this fall catalogue. In Bicycle Landscape, photographer Yorit Kluitman expresses his wonder by traversing every municipality in the Netherlands in the most Dutch way possible: by bicycle, and by capturing the landscape that he sees between the cities and buildings exclusive of people, from the saddle.
In Waterworks in The Netherlands: Tradition and Innovation another photographer, Luuk Kramer, portrays the Dutch water system by capturing its characteristic engineering works in monumental images in which the landscape again plays a prominent part. The ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, finally, took the initiative for the publication of Beyond the Dikes, a book that examines how that same water system has to be overhauled in the coming decades to ensure our vulnerable delta will be able to cope with the effects of climate change. The Netherlands are back on the drawing board.
Nai010 is a publishing house that revolves around wonder, curiosity and imagination.
The artists, from the first Dutch painter Johan Maelwael to Matthijs Maris, feature in publications for prominent exhibitions of our partner the Rijksmuseum.
Curiosity and wonder are the basis of all publications presented in this fall catalogue.
Read on and marvel.

Eelco van Welie
director

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