Grapefruitprincess ReLoaded: The secrets of the common kitchen

Sunday, July 22, 2012

The secrets of the common kitchen

Call it healthy curiosity or pathological nosiness, but the moment we step into someone else’s home, all we ever want to do is explore. And while it’s socially acceptable to steal glances at our friends’ and neighbors’ bookshelves or record collections, we can’t deny that, given the opportunity, we’d peruse more than just what’s in plain sight. So, naturally we’re drawn to Dutch photographer Erik Klein Wolterink’s Keukens, a set of photo collages that reveals what’s behind the closed cabinet and pantry doors of a rainbow of cultural kitchens, from families of North African origin to Jews to students to the artist’s own pots and pans. (via flavowire)

Ghanees-Amsterdamse keuken, 2009

Mijn keuken, 2007

Buurkeuken, 2007



Achterbuurkeuken, 2007

Joods-Amsterdamse keuken, deel 1, 2009

Joods-Amsterdamse keuken, deel 2, 2009

Joods-Amsterdamse keuken, deel 3, 2009

Marokkaans-Amsterdamse keuken, 2009

Nederlands-Amsterdamse studentenkeuken, 2008

Nederlands-Amsterdamse keuken, 2008

Pakistaans-Amsterdamse keuken, 2009

Surinaams-Amsterdamse keuken, 2009

Turks-Amsterdamse keuken, 200

Amsterdamse vluchtelingenkeuken, 200

2 comments :

  1. My kitchen resembles the Moroccan kitchen as tea and spices are highly valued in my family's home as well. These are great photos, thanks for sharing!

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  2. Mines too :oD
    Thanks for stopping by at my little blog :)

    ReplyDelete

Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment. I love reading them all and will try my best to answer all of your questions. If you would like to contact me for a quicker response please feel free to tweet me at (@grfrprincess), message me on Instagram (@anni_s) or email me. ~Anni

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The secrets of the common kitchen

Call it healthy curiosity or pathological nosiness, but the moment we step into someone else’s home, all we ever want to do is explore. And while it’s socially acceptable to steal glances at our friends’ and neighbors’ bookshelves or record collections, we can’t deny that, given the opportunity, we’d peruse more than just what’s in plain sight. So, naturally we’re drawn to Dutch photographer Erik Klein Wolterink’s Keukens, a set of photo collages that reveals what’s behind the closed cabinet and pantry doors of a rainbow of cultural kitchens, from families of North African origin to Jews to students to the artist’s own pots and pans. (via flavowire)

Ghanees-Amsterdamse keuken, 2009

Mijn keuken, 2007

Buurkeuken, 2007



Achterbuurkeuken, 2007

Joods-Amsterdamse keuken, deel 1, 2009

Joods-Amsterdamse keuken, deel 2, 2009

Joods-Amsterdamse keuken, deel 3, 2009

Marokkaans-Amsterdamse keuken, 2009

Nederlands-Amsterdamse studentenkeuken, 2008

Nederlands-Amsterdamse keuken, 2008

Pakistaans-Amsterdamse keuken, 2009

Surinaams-Amsterdamse keuken, 2009

Turks-Amsterdamse keuken, 200

Amsterdamse vluchtelingenkeuken, 200

2 comments :

  1. My kitchen resembles the Moroccan kitchen as tea and spices are highly valued in my family's home as well. These are great photos, thanks for sharing!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Mines too :oD
    Thanks for stopping by at my little blog :)

    ReplyDelete

Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment. I love reading them all and will try my best to answer all of your questions. If you would like to contact me for a quicker response please feel free to tweet me at (@grfrprincess), message me on Instagram (@anni_s) or email me. ~Anni