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Work shown in Italian Pavillion on Revelations – Paris Grand Palais

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30 Sep 2015

Villa Necchi Campiglio – Milano, Via Mozart – With Blanchaert Gallery

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30 Nov 2014

Galerie Pien Rademakers showing new work

Galerie Pien Rademakers

We are very pleased to be part of Galerie Pien Rademakers’ selection. With a focus on photography, fashion and design, this is the first time Pien has devoted some of her space to glass. Other artists include Carli Hermes, Iris van Herpen, Ingrid Baars, Hendrik Kerstens and Anthon Beeke.

Carli Hermes will be opening his new show Reflections on Saturday September 22nd. You are most welcome to join us for drinks from 4 pm, KNSM-laan 291, Amsterdam.

www.galerierademakers.nl

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5 Sep 2012

The Leerdam Object – Rock & Gems – available from February 8

February 8 marks the presentation of the Royal Leerdam Crystal Serica ‘Rock & Gems’. Contact Royal Leerdam Crystal to witness this happening and visit Opposites Attract. For reservations call +31345 671658

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1 Feb 2012

Opposites Attract Officially Opened

Opposites Attract Red White BlackOpposites Attract black & whitesLeerdam, December 9th

Dr. Marjan Unger, publicist and art historian, opened Opposites Attract. For more pictures of the opening party go to Melvin’s Facebook page. For more details on opening hours please visit www.nationaalglasmuseum.nl

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13 Dec 2011

Opposites Attract – National Museum of Glass Leerdam – Opening December 10th


Melvin’s objects are sold and put on display all over the world. For the first time in Melvin’s career as a glass designer, spanning over a decade, the Dutch National Museum of Glass in Leerdam focuses on his designs, presenting Opposites Attract, opening December 10th 2011. (www.nationaalglasmuseum.nl)

Opposites are omnipresent in the life and work of the artist. Hailing from the Caribbean, with roots in St. Vincent and Aruba, his studies made Melvin move to The Netherlands at a young age. When asked about his identity he states to be both European and Caribbean. This clearly shows in his works, ranging from natural and organic –possibly referring to his African heritage – to transparent objects, full of contrast and of near-architectonic or sculptural quality. Style references to fashion, design and a cosmopolitan life are found throughout his small collections of unique objects.

Opposites Attract unveils Melvin’s life story through these very objects. The fire serves as a starting point and a metaphore for his passion and inspiration. Drawn from it are works deriving their decorative appeal from burn marks. Their beauty lies in their imperfect shapes and warm colour palate from amber to mahogany and the deepest brown. An exuberant translation of Anderson’s previous life as a fabrics designer are his seductively shining and transparent works in black and white, presented in a metropolitan context and urban landscape, indicating all the places where his works found a new home with its avid collectors.

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26 Oct 2011

Melvin in Milan showing his latest collection

New work on display at Milan Design Week

April 12-17, Via Cerva, Milano

Cocktail April 12 6-8 pm

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7 Apr 2011

Kunst Goirle

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1 Jan 2011