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Kiki van Eijk - Chamber - Journal

“There’s nothing wrong with being proud of your country, but why only of your own country? Why is it that I don’t see slogans like: ‘I’m proud of the world?’ It’s everybody’s world… I don’t feel specially bonded with a country, but I do feel bonded with the whole world. I don’t feel national narrowmindedness, predilection or prejudices according to my native country, and I see the whole world as my native country… I’m a cosmopolitan,” writes Kiki van Eijk in her statement about her artwork, I’m proud to be a cosmopolitan. “Room With Its Own Rules” opens on May 3rd at Chamber. It will be the fourth and last exhibition in Collection #3, curated by Matylda Krzykowski. The exhibition will feature work created exclusively by women. With a special acknowledgment of the role of women in the fields of design and art, there will be work designed by women from across different generations, produced in various locations around the world.


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