- The Staatliches Museum Schwerin in Germany is showing our music video of So Long H.N. Werkman from November 30 to February 24, as part of the Werkman exhibition Hot Printing.
- The new single and video, Sunday Afternoon (Hello Sunshine), is out now!
- The music video of So Long H.N. Werkman by The Dutch and director Iris Frankhuizen is on show at the Bucheon International Animation Festival (BIAF) in South Korea, the International Animated Film Festival (CINANIMA) in Portugal, and the In-Short Film Festival in Lagos, Nigeria.
The Dutch celebrate H.N. Werkman and De Ploeg on fifth album
May 26, The Dutch released their new album. The mini album Werkman is released on the Run The Story label. Four of the six songs are inspired by “De Ploeg” – the plow- the artist circle from Groningen that celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2018. The song So Long H.N. Werkman is simultaneously released as a single and music video. The song contains a poem by Hendrik Nicolaas Werkman, recited by Job Cohen, the former mayor of Amsterdam. The video, an animation based on paintings and prints by Werkman, was made by Iris Frankhuizen. The video clip is part of the exhibition “Avant-garde in Groningen, De Ploeg 1918-2018” in the Groninger Museum.
The second single is Sunday Afternoon (Hello Sunshine), and the music video was again made by Iris Frankhuizen.