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FROLL is a museum for you, me, for everybody. Have you ever had the dream of your work being displayed in a real museum, than this is your chance! By giving the freedom of expression back to the artist, FROLLL is opening up the possibility for creativity and innovation.
FROLLL has an online and real life location. Now FROLLL is working on its online museum in order to achieve preliminary artist database so we can fill a location in Amsterdam with ambitious artists and designers.
Looking for a spot in a museum?
FROLLL is giving away space in our museum for creative talents, who can now present themselves to a large audience in an easy and accessible way. FROLLL has been working almost a year to for fill it's idealistic concept, so that creative individuals have the freedom of achieving success sooner rather than later.
The FROLLL team has the willingness to find new ways for artists to express themselves, because they have the understanding of creative freedom of all other things. Atze Zwirs and Nagiib Silver are on a quest to change the face of the art community, by launching FROLLL.
Not only will FROLLL showcase upcoming and creative talents but it will be working with international successful artists like Erwin Olaf to set the groundwork for a benchmark is required of all that want to join FROLLL.
FROLLL does have one catch! If the visitors hate your art, then we will remove you without an inch of hesitation and the next artist will get a chance! On the other hand, if the public really likes your art we will give you your own exhibit!
Get a real chance
We are starting the FROLLL museum for one specific reason, that new artist and talents get a real chance to show their work directly to a big audience and straight into a new and fresh museum that has an online and offline part. For our new museum we are looking for good artists and we came across you. We would like to invite you to join FROLLL to get more publicity and maybe even a permanent spot or complete exhibition in our museum.
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