Groninger Museum

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Typhoon. One of several portraits of rapper and singer Typhoon, who performed in the museum at the opening night of the exhibition ‘Romanticism in the north’.

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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Typhoon. One of several portraits of rapper and singer Typhoon, who performed in the museum at the opening night of the exhibition ‘Romanticism in the north’.

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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Typhoon. One of several portraits of rapper and singer Typhoon, who performed in the museum at the opening night of the exhibition ‘Romanticism in the north’.

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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Pierre Wind. One of several portraits of tv celebrity and acclaimed chef Pierre Wind. As part of the exhibition ‘Romanticism in the north’ he prepaired a regular programm called ‘a romantic tasting’ in the museum.

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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Pierre Wind. One of several portraits of tv celebrity and acclaimed chef Pierre Wind. As part of the exhibition ‘Romanticism in the north’ he prepaired a regular programm called ‘a romantic tasting’ in the museum.

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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A portrait of nephews Hendrik Jan van den Berg (grandson of H.N. Werkman) and Martin Werkman (grandson of H.N. Werman’s brother), both writers on the life and work of H.N. Werkman.

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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A portrait of Gerard Schijf and Tjalling thoe Schwartzenberg en Hohenlansberg, both Team4 Architects. Both are involved in major exhibition constructions such as the Rodin exhibition.

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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Marc Ruygrok, multidisciplinary artist

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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Helmut Middendorf, multidisciplinary artist

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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Helmut Middendorf, multidisciplinary artist

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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One of several portraits of Joost van de Toorn, sculptor

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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Joost van de Toorn, sculptor client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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Joost van de Toorn, sculptor

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
this triple portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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Ad Visser. One of several portraits of Ad Visser, the host of the famous and popular Dutch tv music show TopPop. He contributed to the exhibition ‘Bowie is’, this is why I gave his portrait the look and feel of a record cover.

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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Ad Visser. One of several portraits of Ad Visser, the host of the famous and popular Dutch tv music show TopPop. He contributed to the exhibition ‘Bowie is’, this is why I gave his portrait the look and feel of a record cover.

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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Hans Ubbink. One of several portraits of Hans Ubbink, the well known fashion designer. His contribution to the exhibition ‘Bowie is’ was designing a special Bowie t-shirt. The portrait therefore has the look and feel of a record cover.

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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Hans Ubbink. One of several portraits of Hans Ubbink, the well known fashion designer. His contribution to the exhibition ‘Bowie is’ was designing a special Bowie t-shirt. The portrait therefore has the look and feel of a record cover.

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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Peter Jordens, chairman of Foundation De Ploeg and son of Ploeg painter Jan Gerrit Jordens.
In 2018 the Groninger Museum presented the exhibition: 100 years De Ploeg.

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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Ralph Keuning, director of Museum De Fundatie

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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Fusien Bijl de Vroe, director of Foundation Rembrandt

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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Mark Wilson, head curator Groninger Museum

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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Tsur Reshef and Maarten Spruyt, exhibition designers

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’

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Tsur Reshef and Maarten Spruyt, exhibition designers. This portrait was taken at their workshop, interestingly the background wall is a product of one of their previous exhibitions.

client: Groninger Museum/designer Rudo Menge,
a portrait for ‘Groninger Museum Magazine’