June 30, 2012

SALON/istanbul has opened its doors for you! Here is a first preview of some high lights ...

Pictures: Marij Rynja for SALON/ 

opening at the courtyard of the Amsterdam Museum, listening to Gijs Stork

opening with singer/theater director Khadija Massaoudi,
who confessed being in love with love and sang two Turkish love songs for us

In front of JC Herman at the Sint Jansstraat 15,
where Soepboer & Stooker show their digital printed silk scarfs in the windowdisplay

Zeynep Bacinoglu's Liquid Shells @ Amsterdam Museum

'Look at you' - amazing mannequin dolls with animated moving eyes dressed in the creations of Sara  Vrugt @ Magazijn 153

The mannequins of Sara Vrugt keep an eye on the SALON/crowd @ Magazijn 153

One of the many pictures of Dutch-Turkish photographer Ahmet Polat @ Magazijn153

The doors of the Oude Kerk give access to a breathtaking part of SALON/istanbul 
Tea Time Re-REPAIR fountain of JONGHLABEL @ De Oude Kerk 
One of the crafted designs of  BLAENK @ De Oude Kerk  
VROONLAND gives a preview of the product they're creating for the
Istanbul Design Bienial / SALON/TR @ Willet-Holthuysen 
The early adaptors of SALON/istanbul (the first visitors)'re watching the video projection of  Reinier Bosch & Marleen Folkerts and Hyun Yeu @ Willet-Holthuysen
This ceiling will never be the same now it has been transformed by BCXSY @ Willet-Holthuysen 
Side by side the purses of Tassenmuseum Hendrikje are the
dandy gloves of designer Gabriel Guevara
Mildew will never be the same again when its interpreted by Lizan Freijsen @ Museum van Loon 
The woman of Jongh Geleerd Oud Gedaan - an initiative of JONGHLABEL
demonstrate their crafts in the store of The Frozen Fountain
Last chance to see the exhibition of MOAM @ Fontana Fortuna. Here a dress by Winde Rienstra who translated the Flower Bomb parfume of Viktor & Rolf
Last chance to see the exhibition of MOAM @ Fontana Fortuna. Here a dialogue between old work of stylist Frank Ankone (left) translated by Sonny Groo (right)  
The end of the SALON/ tour and the opening of SALON/istanbul: De Slang. Enter this yellow door and step into a visual world of BEGINNINGS by Kidscase & Annemarieke van Drimmelen and a set design by X+L