I leaped to the occassion when in Utrecht to visit the exhibition last friday. The pictures I made are crappy, because I can only instagram. Anyway, Anarchy still rules in my book and I wish there would be a return of a clash against our contemporary aesthetic norms and values because I don't think our Western society is working quite well these days.
|Pampflets & personal slogans of the visitors|
|'piratentv' or illigal tv programming were trending in the early 80s (that's me in the corner)|
|We had this one at home (gosh, I'm old)|
|Entry: you could write your slogan/thesis on the wall: I wrote plenty|
|you will recognize this artist (if you don't, read some "Art for Dummies")|
|(I'll look up the artist later)|
|Screening of Basquat|
|Holland: symbolised as an individuality eating monster|
Then I realised I left my Tom Ford sunglasses in the safe... I told the ladies behind the counter that capitalism had the winning hand. They didn't quite get it, until I showed the sunglasses. But honestly, these bastards costs me a lot and with my face I cannot have such a variety of glasses: the Jennifer kind of suits me.
If you are in Holland I would always suggest to skip Amsterdam and come to the cuter and friendlier Utrecht. Ok, don't skip Amsterdam because you have to see/experience that too but please visit Utrecht to get a better impression of the Netherlands.
And if the exhibition still runs, it is only 4 euro for students so take a look (link)