TROIS ROMANTIQUES TĂŠTUS Niek Verschoor Malou Busser Peter George d’Angelino Tap 17 October – 24 November 2019 Thursday – Saturday 11:00 – 17:00 Sunday 12:00 – 17:00 KV2 Korte Vijverberg 2 The Hague As headstrong romantics, Malou, Niek and Peter George share a rich collaborative history anchored in three distinct creative passions, the diversity of which makes this latest collaboration so exciting. Three very different approaches to visual stimulation and creative manifestation – photographer, painter and designer, anchored in the multiple photo exhibitions, photo shoots and couture fashion all three have experienced together. We invite you to see their creative expression converge in one stunning exhibition
THE HUMAN ZOO Peter George d’Angelino Tap introducing Alita Dekker 20 May – 13 October 2019 Thursday – Saturday 11:00 – 17:0 Sunday 12:00 – 17:00 KV2 Korte Vijverberg 2 The Hague Couture meets ceramics in The Human Zoo, a multi-disciplinary show combining designer and artist d’Angelino Tap’s wearable textile sculptures known as Sartorial Statues and ceramics by Dutch ceramicist Alita Dekker. The River Dresses on show form part of the Panta Rhei (“everything flows”) collection, an especially commissioned series to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Dutch kingdom. In constant encounter with these flowing dresses are the stylised animal heads exemplary of ceramicist Alita Dekker’s style. Show extended until 13 October 2019.
Vessels for the Muses a solo show by Peter George d’Angelino Tap 18 July – 25 August 2019 Tuesday – Friday 10:00 – 17:30 Saturday and Sunday 11:00 – 17:00 Kadmium Sint Agathaplein 4 Delft Coinciding with the Delft Chamber Music Festival, Vessels for the Muses showcases major interdisciplinary works by designer and artist Peter George d’Angelino Tap. Commissioned by Opera St Moritz for the adaptation of Bellini’s opera Bianca e Fernando, d’Angelino Tap brings his idiosyncratic vision to the stage direction, scenography, lighting- and costume design. On show on the ground floor of Kadmium are the original couture worn by the soloists, the monumental tapestry De Hubris as featured on set, alongside original sketches, photographs and musical highlights. Some ten years now d’Angelino Tap creates the bespoke costumes for celebrated Dutch pianists Lucas and Arthur Jussen. On show on the first floor a retrospective of these costumes, photographs and a video registration of their performance at the Grachtenfestival in Amsterdam (2018). Also on show the DELF’WEAR couture collection as exhibited at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. Curated by Coby Brinkers. Until August 25.