About Marcel
Marcel van Eeden was born in Den Haag, The Netherlands, in 1965. He Lives in Zurich and Den Haag. He mainly makes drawings, but also sculptures, installations, animations and recently even a game. His forthcoming solo exhibition, “ Cell Physiological Work with the Amoeba Chaos Chaos”, will be at Galerie Zink, Berlin, from 21 April to 2 June 2012. In March his work “The Photographer, 1945-1947” will be part of the show “Art and Press” at the Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin.
http://www.marcelvaneeden.nl
Current city: The Hague
Marcel van Eeden was born in Den Haag, The Netherlands, in 1965. He Lives in Zurich and Den Haag. He mainly makes drawings, but also sculptures, installations, animations and recently even a game. His forthcoming solo exhibition, “ Cell Physiological Work with the Amoeba Chaos Chaos”, will be at Galerie Zink, Berlin, from 21 April to 2 June 2012. In March his work “The Photographer, 1945-1947” will be part of the show “Art and Press” at the Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin.
 
One of the most beautiful museums i know (in terms of architecture) is in Den Haag. The architect is H.P Berlage. The superb collection Mondrian paintings couldn’t be more at home as here.
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Almost 400 years later, as soon there is ice, people are still ice skating on the Hofvijver. It’s the most beautiful spot in Den Haag to practice this typical Dutch sport (some say it is not even a sport, but an important part of Dutch culture). Next to the Hofvijver are the Dutch parliament buildings, and the Mauritshuis (with some nice paintings)
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For indpendent art spaces and young galleries you have to go to the area around the Boekhorststraat. For more details go here.
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Since Indonesia was a Dutch colony, there are a lot of Indonesian restaurants in Den Haag. But although small, the absolute best is Dayang, in the Prinsestraat.
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In 1618 Jan van de Velde II made “Gezicht op de Hofvijver in Den Haag”, with people ice skating and having fun on ice.
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