‘Scheltens & Abbenes: Unfolded’ is the first retrospective exhibition of the photographer couple Maurice Scheltens & Liesbeth Abbenes to be held in a museum. Their oeuvre consists of still lifes featuring virtually every kind of tangible material, from folded shirts and fragile flowers to huge furniture constellations that fill entire rooms.
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