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Finally, on Wednesday the 1st of October the Rotterdam Markthal opens its doors! The festive opening starts in the afternoon for invited guests, later on, everybody is welcome!

This indoor and very colorful market is the first of its kind in The Netherlands. The first thing you notice is the gigantic piece of art which is placed on the inside of the Markthal. National and international press have also noted this work of art.

At this moment, preparatory work is now being brought to completion for the piece of art. At the centre of the image, near the sunlight, a beamer will be installed to show an animation. Want to know what the animation implies? Check it out on the 1st of October, we asure you that it ‘ll be impressive!

Commissioned by Provast, Mothership produced in cooperation with Team Arno Coenen a “tasty” 3D piece of art, named “Horn of Plenty”, It shows nature in all her aspects with sunlight as the source of all these beautiful things.

Are you hungry yet? Please visit from the 1st of October! The Markthal opens daily from 9 AM till 8 PM, surrounding catering even longer.

    Photo Ossip van Duivenbode

    Watergeusplein emerged into butterfly garden

    Country atmospheres in Rotterdam! This month a new work of art completed at the Watergeusplein, named Copy Garden Tropical. On the side of an appartment complex we have placed an image of a butterfly garden. Mothership took care of the production, commissioned by Lotti Hesper projectontwikkeling.

    This piece is designed by artists Monique Benthin and Rick Messemaker. They both worked with imagery of the Amazonica butterfly garden from Diergaarde Blijdorp. The image makes you want to walk into the garden, known as the Trompe-l’oeil effect.

      Photo Monique Benthin

      Mothership is looking for an pr/communication employee

      Mothership is looking for fresh blood! PR/communication blood to be specific!

      It is no longer possible to respond to this vacancy.

        ABABA reaches the finish line

        The House Of ABABA closes its doors. After a year of having functioned as treasure trove, it was decided not to continue the gallery. Mothership will continue to produce great works of art in the public space and continue its mission to bring art closer to the people. Sophie will concentrate her focus on new activities in the future. We wish Sophie a lot of success and are confident that she will get a beautiful place in the art world!

          Photo Rutger Burger