Princess Beatrix opened 'The Garden of Earthly Worries' exhibition

On April 2, Dutch Princess Beatrix attended the opening of architect Daniel Libeskind's 'The Garden of Earthly Worries' exhibition at the garden of Het Loo Palace. 'The Garden of Earthly Worries' exhibition consists of four metal sculptures with a height of nearly four meters, designed by Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind. The sculptures symbolize the elements ozone, nitrous oxide, methane and carbon dioxide. The artist considers these gases as side products of human acts that harm the nature.
Dutch Princess Beatrix attended the opening of architect Daniel Libeskind's The Garden of Earthly Worries exhibition at Het Loo Palace
Dutch Princess Beatrix attended the opening of architect Daniel Libeskind's The Garden of Earthly Worries exhibition at Het Loo Palace
Dutch Princess Beatrix attended the opening of architect Daniel Libeskind's The Garden of Earthly Worries exhibition at Het Loo Palace
Dutch Princess Beatrix attended the opening of architect Daniel Libeskind's The Garden of Earthly Worries exhibition at Het Loo Palace
Dutch Princess Beatrix attended the opening of architect Daniel Libeskind's The Garden of Earthly Worries exhibition at Het Loo Palace
Dutch Princess Beatrix attended the opening of architect Daniel Libeskind's The Garden of Earthly Worries exhibition at Het Loo Palace
Dutch Princess Beatrix attended the opening of architect Daniel Libeskind's The Garden of Earthly Worries exhibition at Het Loo Palace
Dutch Princess Beatrix attended the opening of architect Daniel Libeskind's The Garden of Earthly Worries exhibition at Het Loo Palace

7 comments:

  1. She is a real Queen!

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  2. Always nice to see Queen /Pss. Beatix. She is such a grand Lady.

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  3. She is lovely, neat, well-coifed and hatted, and dressed in clothing planned for her age and attributes by a designer who is creative and very capable. I especially like the coat's 'sleeves,' the curve of its hem and the ties instead of buttons. Colors are beautifully coordinated, too. How cool! I'd love to have the pattern to make one for myself.

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  4. Nice to see P. Beatrix. She looks like she has lost weight. A very interesting garden idea! One to take note of.

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  5. The glimpses of the flowery blouse given the ensemble a fresh spring note. Both lovely and sophisticated.

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