New Dutch Masters join Rembrandt at the Domaine de Penthes

Dutch masters at domaine de Penthes

TO COINCIDE with the stunning exhibition Rembrandt in Geneva at the Domaine de Penthes until 23 October,  Tête à Tête – Swiss Events has mounted a parallel exhibition entitled Dutch Art & Design, “Old Master, New Masters” which is featured at the Museum until Sunday, 25 September.

The exhibition is of limited-edition works by photographer Hendrik Kerstens and designers Jurgen Bey, Joris Laarman and Marcel Wanders. It offers a contemporary vision of Dutch art  and design as created by these “New Masters”. In a dedicated room visitors can also watch biographical videos of the artists as well as “making of” videos of key works from the exhibition.

Public symposiums on design and photography

Dutch art To further flesh out the display, on Friday, September 23, from 14.00h-17.00 in Room Gallatin at the Domaine de Penthes, two symposiums will be open to the public that will focus on design, fashion design and photography.

Experts in fashion and design from Geneva’s HEAD; the École cantonale d’art de Lausanne; and the London College of Fashion will join featured photographer Hendrik Kerstens for the discussion, which is free, in English and by subscription only at:

Art After Work party closes exhibition in style

2 responses to “New Dutch Masters join Rembrandt at the Domaine de Penthes”

  1. Super Article… Thank you for Elena for this great Overview. We hope to see you on the 23rd. Don’t forget to also come to the Art After Work on the grounds of the Chateau following the symposium with deejays, bars, food trucks & more. Best Regards, Bart & Natasha


    • You’re very welcome. I’m so impressed with the exhibitions and activities at the Domaine de Penthes. I look forward to the symposiums and the Art After Work on the 23rd!


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