Van Abbemuseum Vitrine: Selection Sander van Doornat Van der Valk Hotel Eindhoven
The more than 3,000 contemporary artworks in the Van Abbemuseum constitute the collection of the city of Eindhoven. These are works of art which deserve to be seen and sometimes pop up in unexpected places. Part of the museum’s collection is on display at the Van der Valk Hotel Eindhoven, designed and created by Piet Hein Eek. This display in a glass cart has a central place in the hotel lobby.
The works exhibited are changed regularly and prominent figures from Eindhoven and the surrounding area are able to choose works from the museum’s collection. The exhibited works, that were selected by the fourth guest curator, Sander van Doorn, will be on display from Saturday 8 June.
Sander van Doorn's Selection
The selection of Sander van Doorn is all about his passion for music. The chosen artworks have music as a theme, or remind him of aspects of his life as a DJ. For example he chose the work Grammofoon (Gramophone) by René Daniëls. "For me it all started with that", Van Doorn reflects. A piece by John Körmeling with the text 'klap klap klap' (clap, clap, clap) reminds him of the applause he gets after his shows, all across the world. He associates Structuur XXXVII (Structure 37) by Peter Struycken with the airplanes in which he spends a lot of time while traveling.
Sander van Doorn
Sander van Doorn (1979) is a Dutch Electronic Dance Music producer and DJ, born in Eindhoven. He started his musical career at 16, with vinyl records and his brother's Groovestation. He also experimented with drum computers and making his own productions. This led to his breakthrough as a DJ and producer.
Nowadays Sander van Doorn performs for tens of thousands of people every month. With three full-length albums, numerous hit-singles, remixes of the world’s biggest artists, sold-out gigs in all major venues and festivals worldwide, his own successful record label and a weekly radio show named Identity, Sander van Doorn continues his musical journey into the heart of fans around the world. For more information about Sander van Doorn, visit his website: https://www.sandervandoorn.com/