Group Exhibition

Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design opent op 19 mei haar deuren met de nieuwe groepsexpositie. Een cross-over van de fijne lijn tussen hedendaagse kunst en collectible design zoals niet eerder getoond, gepresenteerd in twee gebouwen, vier verdiepingen. De expositie belichaamt een selectie van werk van Priveekollekties, permanente kunstenaars en ontwerpers, naast nieuw werk van jong, aanstormend talent.
Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design is is proud to announce the opening of the new group exhibition on May 19th. A crossover of the fine line between contemporary art and collectible design shown like never before, presented in two buildings, four floors. The exhibition embodies a selection of work by Priveekollekties permanent artists and designers in addition to new work by young, up-and-coming talent.
From Sunday, May 19th until Friday, June 21st.
The exhibition will open by appointment only on 1 & 2 June.
Kerkstraat 1, 5256 EC
Pelsestraat 13, 5256 AT
Heusden aan de Maas

Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design at PAD Monaco 2019

Following the success of the inaugural PAD Genève, PAD is delighted to announce the launch of PAD Monaco next spring, reinforcing its position as Europe’s leading cross-collecting fair group with four prestigious locations.

Bringing together eclecticism, authenticity and connoisseurship in a meticulously curated setting, PAD presents an unparalleled roster of international galleries juxtaposing contemporary, modern and historic design, modern and tribal art, antiquities and jewelry.

25 April – 28 April 2019

Booth 20
Grimaldi Forum

Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design at PAD Genève/artgenève 2019/ Booth #7

Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design is proud to announce it’s 6th Geneva art fair participation at the Palexpo, with PAD Genève joining the already existing contemporary art fair artgenève, highlighting the symbiotic relationship between contemporary art and design.

Wednesday, 30 January 2019
2pm – 9pm
By invitation only
Thursday, 31 January 2019, 12pm – 7pm
Friday, 1 February 2019, 12pm – 8pm
Saturday, 2 February 2019, 12pm – 8pm
Sunday, 3 February 2019, 12pm – 8pm
Palexpo, Geneva


Priveekollektie at Art Miami 2018. Photos of our both #A213

Art Miami 2018 came to the end, and we are glad to share the photos of our booth there.

Mickey and Minnie / Dominic Harris

Mickey and Minnie


Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design is proud to announce an exclusive presentation of new, never before seen Mickey and Minnie by artist Dominic Harris. With the support of Priveekollektie, Dominic was granted the opportunity to work with The Walt Disney Company in order to re-imagine and incorporate into his new work the iconic duo, Mickey and Minnie Mouse. In celebration of this year’s significant 90th  anniversary of these iconic characters, who have brought joy to the world since 1928, Dominic Harris has created this interactive digital artwork to be launched for the first time at the contemporary art fair Art Miami in the United States. This piece of art takes inspiration from the playfulness of the characters and can be seen at booth AM213 this December.

Playful, charming, cheeky; three words which perfectly capture the essence of Mickey and Minnie Mouse. These same attributes serve as the foundation upon with Dominic Harris own witty reinterpretation of the iconic duo is developed.

Harris pays homage to these two iconic Disney characters by reinterpreting them through interactive means. Whilst maintaining the greatest fidelity to their heritage, he simultaneously imposes his own modern narrative of jealousy, admiration, and self-awareness — attributes he views as references to the social media connected society about us.

The artwork explores an ever-evolving love story between the two protagonists, a romance that has spanned 90 years. Synonymous with Harris’ artworks, the role of the viewer is challenged — with the viewer becoming an antagonist within the scenes. To the frustration of Mickey and Minnie, the viewer acts as a distraction, interrupting their love story by stealing the attention.

Harris plays on the ambiguity in the characters’ realness and self-awareness. Whilst they physically exist within the confines of their artwork screens, and are very much aware of their constrained environment, Mickey and Minnie are also equally cognisant of the viewer and the external environment about them. Ultimately, the viewer becomes the third subject within these living portraitures.

This interactive engagement is pivotal to the artwork, with the viewer’s presence and touch acting as the catalyst for unique interactions and character narratives that see Mickey and Minnie break the ‘fourth wall’ of their environment. This separation between the virtual and real worlds is further eroded when the viewer uses their own cell phone to text message the characters, who react on screen by reading he message and responding accordingly.

This piece differs from Harris’ previous interactive works as they are able to demonstrate an environmental response. The characters reorganise the world around them and interact accordingly with the viewer on a more personal level. The viewer is an active protagonist in their story, which see Mickey and Minnie break the ‘fourth wall’ of their environment. You can interact with the artwork by sending a simple text message with your phone, which the characters will react and respond accordingly.