Exhibitions archive

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling De Ouborg Prijs 2007

    The Ouborg Prize 2007: Zeger Reyers

    Ended on 01/13/2008

    The Ouborg Prize... more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling Koninklijke Prijs voor Vrije schilderkunst

    Royal Awards

    Ended on 01/06/2008

    Her Majesty Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands presented the Royal Awards for Painting at the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag on 19 October 2007. Pascal van... more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling Willem van Konijnenburg

    Willem van Konijnenburg

    Ended on 12/16/2007

    Together with Jan Toorop, Leo Gestel and Jan Sluijters, the Hague artist Willem van Konijnenburg represented the face of Dutch modern art abroad... more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling Ordrupgaard

    Ordrupgaard

    Ended on 12/02/2007

    The Ordrupgaard collection... more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling Haagse Hofmode

    Hague Court Fashions

    Ended on 12/02/2007

    Hague Court Fashions ... more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling Over het licht in de schilderkunst

    Over het licht in de schilderkunst

    Ended on 11/11/2007

    Two intensely yellow aluminium walls and floor, and a brightly coloured metal stand: the latest work of Ton Boelhouwer (The Hague, 1960) could be a... more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling Glas uit de Oriënt

    Oriental Glass

    Ended on 10/21/2007

    The Gemeentemuseum Den Haag is the only museum in the Netherlands that has always displayed a lively interest in Islamic glass and now possesses a... more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling Volmaakt Verchroomd

    Consummate Chrome

    Ended on 10/14/2007

    The exhibition ... more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling Vazen met tuiten

    Vases with Spouts

    Ended on 09/23/2007

    For the first time in history, it has now been possible to put together a comprehensive exhibition of the spectacular many-spouted Dutch flower... more

  • Helene Schjerfbeck

    Ended on 09/02/2007

    “Imagine the life of Frida Kahlo yoked to the eye of Edvard Munch, and you’ll begin to get the measure of this oeuvre…” (The Independent, London,... more

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