Catharijneconvent Utrecht | 2020
‘Miracles of all denominations
From Rembrandt to Marina Abramovic, artists have been inspired by miracles for centuries.
Catharijnevonvent pays tribute to these religious miracles, from far and nearby.’
Review by Chris Reinewald in Museumtijdschrift.
After the introduction room, the exhibition is divided into four themes and it concludes with the universe as a ‘show out’. Various audiovisual presentations supplement the content.» Read more about: Miracles all around us »
The National Museum of Antiquities | Leiden | 2018
‘Top pieces on exhibition about Egyptian gods in Leiden..
‘.. Such a layered exhibition also demands a special design. And the Amsterdam office Jowa has succeeded well. Through subtle changes in color and shape, the visitor always knows exactly where he is: in heaven, on earth or in the underworld. ‘
NRC Handelsblad 12 October 2018 *****
Graphic design: Rosmalen &» Read more about: Gods of Egypt »
‘Dutch masters of the Golden Age were extremely popular with the British aristocrats at the time. Often they have been hanging in the same place in their country houses for centuries. The Mauritshuis is now showing a selection for the first time. ‘
‘.. And so there is a special story to tell about every painting in this attractively designed exhibition ..’
Trouw 16 October 2018 ****
Architectenbureau Jowa has hidden the information and the maps indicating the locations of these country houses in deepened boxes not to divert one’s attention from the paintings.» Read more about: National Trust – Dutch Masters from British Country Houses »
At Home in Holland: Vermeer and his Contemporaries from the British Royal Collection
Mauritshuis, The Hague
The Royal Collection, held in trust by H. M. Queen Elizabeth II, contains highlights from the oeuvres of Dutch painters.
The exhibition design could have a grandeur and a certain elegance without being a copy of the Buckingham Palace. We choose for a minimalistic design: stylized arches, and intimate niches. The visitors can look at the paintings individually but also compare them with each other.» Read more about: At Home in Holland: Vermeer and his Contemporaries from the British Royal Collection »