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33.Het Wilde Weten

Robert Fruinstraat 35
3021 XBRotterdam
WijkWest

The artists’ space Het Wilde Weten was founded in 1992. The building that originally housed a Fransiscan nunnery, the Sint Mariaklooster, was converted into studios first by a group of artists and later with the help of the Municipal Services for Art and Culture, City of Rotterdam. Het Wilde Weten not only functions as a studio building but also as a public platform for all forms of contemporary art, cultural discussion and debate.

Annette Behrens

Contemporary/Photography/Realistic
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Jeroen Bosch

Conceptual/Contemporary/Photography
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Rachel Carey

Contemporary/painting/Photography
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Priscila Fernandes

Abstract/Colorful/Conceptual/Contemporary/painting/Photography
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Anouk Griffioen

Drawing/Large Size/Photography
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Julien Grossmann

3D/Conceptual/Contemporary
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Maike Hemmers

Abstract/Colorful/Drawing
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Carina Hesper

Conceptual/Contemporary/Photography
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Marcha van den Hurk

3D/Drawing/Large Size
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Simon Kentgens

3D/Abstract/Conceptual/Drawing/Fashion/Graphic/painting/Photography/Realistic/Textile
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Esther Kokmeijer

Conceptual/Contemporary
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Justine McDonnell

Contemporary
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Eva Olthof

Contemporary/Large Size/Small Work
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Sara Rajaei

Abstract/Conceptual
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Luuk Smits

Contemporary/Photography
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Elian Somers

Conceptual/Large Size/Photography
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Joshua Thies/ RAAR Radio

3D/Abstract/Conceptual/Drawing/Fashion/Large Size/Realistic/Small Work/Textile
website