“At a young age, Harry discovered that he had a talent to transform spaces, thanks to his fascination with art, history and philosophy. He gathered a collection of art, which he incorporated into his projects. This collection eventually led to his own gallery in The Hague, where he currently presents a number of young artists in addition to his own collection. Harry’s worldly vision has always been a part of his signature.”
Harry Eigenberg on WDSTCK, the complete interview can be downloaded here.
‘Concrete Landscape II’ (2014), 100 × 150 cm, inkjetprint.
In the centre of The Hague lies one of the most interesting neighbourhoods of the country: Het Noordeinde. Centered around the working palace of King Willem-Alexander, the area is known for its abundance of art galleries, brand stores of internationally renowned fashion designers as well as many unique and surprising shops that you could not find anywhere else. Amongst many monumental buildings you can find some excellent opportunities for dining as well as number of prize winning cafés. Many merchants in Het Noordeinde are official purveyors to the Dutch Court, making this truly the royal shopping area of The Netherlands. (source)