The Wunderkammer, also known as art and curiosities room arose just before the sixteenth century. It were private quarters where people showed all sorts of collected artifacts and rarities to their guests. Especially driven by the exotism, the Wunderkammer became popular and became in a sense the forerunner of museums and exhibition spaces.
For the exhibition "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue" Kunstzolder.be and Gallery Schoots + Van Duyse created a "Wunderkammer" together with external partners. Art, antiques and design are being brought together in a unique combination that can give new insights into innovative collections and interior combinations.
- Gallery Lowet de Wotrenge - old masters, Antwerp
- J.M.Zeberg Fine Art - antiques and art, Antwerp
- Le Salon de Léon - Anti-quariaat, Antwerp
- everything_but_the_boy, private gallery for contemporary interior culture, Antwerp
- Karel Leenaars - antiques, Gilze (NL)
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