Exhibitions archive

  • Jürgen Partenheimer

    Ended on 11/09/2014

    Jürgen Partenheimer (b. Munich, 1947) is one of the most striking, philosophical and most literary artists of our day. His work is renowned for its... more

  • Asian Art and Dutch Taste

    Ended on 10/26/2014

    From Balinese woodcarvings to Batavian silverware, from Indonesian krisses to Chinese porcelain, and from betel boxes to Indo-European paintings:... more

  • Photo Stories

    Ended on 09/21/2014

    Every picture tells a story. Why would a person spend his whole life photographing nothing but women’s legs? Who was the mysterious woman known as... more

  • Roodkapje

    Little Red Riding Hood

    Ended on 09/07/2014

    Little Red Riding Hood – it’s a story we all know by heart. Generations have grown up with it and, even today, anyone over the age of four can tell... more

  • ZomerExpo 2014

    SummerExpo 2014

    Ended on 08/31/2014

    This year’s theme of Light inspired 1745 artists to submit 3000 works for the closely fought qualifying rounds of SummerExpo 2014. The independent... more

  • Otto Dix (1891-1969)

    Picturing the Great War

    Ended on 08/31/2014

    ‘I had to experience how it would be if someone beside me suddenly fell over and died from a direct hit. I needed to experience it directly. I... more

  • Houseago2

    Thomas Houseago

    Ended on 08/10/2014

    The monumental figures of British sculptor Thomas Houseago (b. Leeds, 1972) show clear traces of their making: a pencil line from an underlying... more

  • The Vincent Award Room: Matthias Weischer

    Ended on 07/06/2014

    The Vincent Award Room is a compact space that lends itself to unusual presentations. Over the next few years, it will be used to bring parts of... more

  • Karla Black

    Complex Images

    Ended on 06/22/2014

    Het Gemeentemuseum Den Haag is famous for its great Mondrian collection (the biggest anywhere in the world), attractive collection of classic... more

  • Donald Judd, Untitled, 1991-1994.

    Minimal Art

    Ended on 05/11/2014

    In 1968 the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag became the first European museum ever to hold an exhibition of Minimal Art, a new American movement based on... more

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