Roderick Vos, image courtesy of Priveekollektie

Roderick Vos, image courtesy of Priveekollektie

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Roderick Vos, image courtesy of Priveekollektie

Reinier Bosch, image courtesy of Priveekollektie

Reinier Bosch, image courtesy of Priveekollektie

Reinier Bosch, image courtesy of Priveekollektie

Reinier Bosch, image courtesy of Priveekollektie

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Priveekollektie presents Dutch design at Design Miami/2013

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Dutch gallery Priveekollektie Contemporary Art + Design (Heusden aan de Maas, the Netherlands) presents selected works by Reinier Bosch, Dominic Harris, De Intuïtiefabriek, Arik Levy, Ifeanyi Oganwu, and Roderick Vos at Design Miami/2013, December 4-8, 2013.

Priveekollektie represents internationally recognized artists and designers and provides young and upcoming talents with a platform for showing their exceptional collectible design and art pieces. Key in the collection is the combination of contemporary art and limitededition design and the crossing of the fine line between both disciplines.

Before opening the gallery in 2006, Irving and Miriam van Dijk avidly collected art and design. Their personal approach, knowledge and taste have developed one of the leading galleries for collectible design in Europe, with exceptional exhibitions and participation in renowned international fairs for both contemporary art and design.

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