Opening exhibition: Amsterdam Magical Center. Art and Counterculture 1967-1970

The exhibition: Amsterdam Magical Center - Art and Counterculture 1967-1970, is now open to the public. The exhibition includes Ferdi's Hortisculptures that where made between 1966-1969. Here is an impression of the opening at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Ferdi's Hortisculptures, Amsterdam Magical Center. Art and Counterculture 1967-1970, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Photo: Gert Jan van Rooij Plastic Fantastic Lover Purple People Eater, Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam & Damsel Dragonfly, Collection Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht Purple People Eater, Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam & Plastic Fantastic Lover The Stedelijk museum restored the ‘Purple People Eater’ 1967 by Ferdi (1

Article in her. magazine: Ferdi - Rediscovering My Grandmother

Ferdi's granddaughter, Tanéa Ferdi Tajiri, has been involved with the legacy of both of her grandparents, Shinkichi and Ferdi Tajiri. For the newest spring/summer edition, volume 6, she was invited to share her story in her. magazine. The article: Ferdi - Rediscovering My Grandmother is a ten page spread that shares Tanéa's story on how she rediscovered Ferdi, the grandmother she never knew. Tanéa, who now has the same age as Ferdi had when she was in Paris in the 1950's, reflects on the story of a young and unconventional woman who was not afraid to undertake anything she set her mind too. The article contains a personal point of view on Ferdi's work, her fashion sense and her vision along

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