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Éric Van Hove - Fenduq

Eelco van der Lingen [ed.]


Éric Van Hove - Fenduq

Eelco van der Lingen [ed.]


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Art / Design / New titles



Graphic design

Studio Janneke Hendriks

Number of pages


Book size

16 x 24 cm 



Release date: Spring 2019

English / Dutch

Final editor: Sanneke Huisman

Translators: Michael Meert, Julienne Peeters-Huybrechts

Published in cooperation with the Fries Museum, Leeuwarden

With text contributions by Robin van den Akker, Kris Callens, Tarek El-Ariss, Telco van der Lingen, Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi, Timotheus Vermeulen.

 Éric Van Hove (Algeria, 1975) researches the relevance of local crafts in a highly globalised world economy. He does this by reproducing industrial products together with craftsmen.

In Van Hove’s work, the local and the global come together and handicrafts are placed in a contemporary context. His oeuvre stimulates a re-evaluation of handiwork and craftsmanship and links tradition to innovation.

This publication is published by Jap Sam Books in cooperation the Fries Museum to accompany the exhibition 'Éric Van Hove - Fenduq', February 2019 - January 2020.