Continue this thread exhibition at the Amsterdam Museum.
The Amsterdam Museum's 'Continue This Thread' exhibition delves into the potency of crafting with over a hundred textile objects. Karim Adduchi and Tess van Zalinge, collaborating with curator Roberto Luis Martins, demonstrate their craft techniques. Connecting historical museum objects with captivating creations, the exhibition also provides a platform for city designers to apply innovative handwork techniques.
In the Centraal Museum Utrecht's exhibition 'From Pattern to Polygon,' fashion heritage is reimagined using the museum's collection. Collaborating with Studio PMS, Tess van Zalinge introduces a digital look as part of the 'natuurlijk' collection. Exploring how digital techniques breathe new life into crafts, knowledge, and collections.
In The Make travelling exhibition at Bijenkorf, the Netherlands.
De Bijenkorf's 'IN THE MAKING' exhibition showcases the craftsmanship of makers and designers with works in white toiles created for the event. Nine (inter)national designers and artists respond to contemporary topics like inclusivity and sustainability, aligning with de Bijenkorf's identity.
De Nieuwe Kerk presents 'MAISON AMSTERDAM,' a six-month fashion exhibition showcasing 150+ creations exploring the city's influence in a liberated and creative environment. Tess van Zalinge's designs were acquired by the Amsterdam Museum due to the exhibition's success.
Patchwork exhibition at Fashion For Good Museum, Amsterdam.
Fashion for Good Museum presents Tess van Zalinge's "Patchwork 2020," exploring the fusion of physical and digital design. The collection emphasizes experimentation and sustainability. The exhibition invites visitor participation in a collaborative patchwork installation, symbolizing collective efforts to transform the industry.
The TextielMuseum presents the group exhibition 'Secrets of Making,' revealing the collaborative process between artists, designers, and fashion designers with TextielLab's technical experts, product developers, and yarn specialists. Featured works include those by Otobong Nkanga, Koen Taselaar, and Tess van Zalinge.
Fifteen collection during the Reborn exhibition at Fashion For Good Museum, Amsterdam.
Fashion for Good Museum presents Tess van Zalinge's "Fifteen": sustainable couture, honouring forgotten wedding traditions by seamlessly blending historical influences into modern garments. This exhibit, "REBORN", inspires alternative options for the modern bride, promoting a sustainable future.
Kraplap corsets for Contemporary Fashion exhibition at Dutch Costume Museum, Amsterdam.
The Dutch Costume Museum presents 'The Dutch Costume in Contemporary Fashion' featuring Tess van Zalinge's modern reinterpretation of the Spakenburgse Kraplap. The exhibition, in collaboration with prestigious museums, highlights contemporary designers blending traditional Dutch attire with artisanal craftsmanship.
The Centraal Museum Utrecht adds a custom-designed piece by Tess van Zalinge, inspired by the Porceleyne Fles collection, to its permanent collection. This contemporary masterpiece seamlessly blends with the rich tradition of Delft's Blue, showcasing the symbiosis between modern design and historical influences.
Vermeer's girl with a pearl earring exhibition at Alte Pinakothek, Munich, Germany.
The Alte Pinakothek in Munich reopens, featuring the renowned 'Woman Reading a Letter' by Johannes Vermeer from July 3 to September 30, 2018. On loan from the Rijksmuseum, this exhibition also showcases a dress by Dutch designer Tess van Zalinge, connecting the worlds of Dutch painting and contemporary design.