Tentoonstellingen archief

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling 7-up


    Dec-15-2007 until Feb-03-2008

    7-up ... more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling Dirk van Gelder

    Dirk van Gelder

    Dec-22-2007 until Apr-06-2008

    Dirk van Gelder... more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling Matthias Weischer

    Matthias Weischer

    Jan-12-2008 until Apr-13-2008

    Matthias Weischer... more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling Hanns Schimansky

    Hanns Schimansky

    Jan-19-2008 until May-12-2008

    German artist Hanns Schimansky (b. 1949) produces highly aesthetic, abstract drawings which are widely appreciated both in his native land and... more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling 100% Make up

    100 % Make up

    Mar-15-2008 until Oct-12-2008

    Rare toilet services, silver and porcelain tea sets and Mendini’s unique 100% Make Up series of vases will all be on show at the Gemeentemuseum Den... more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling Kikker met een grote K

    Frog with a Capital F

    Mar-15-2008 until May-25-2008

    The picture books about Frog (‘Kikker’ in the original Dutch) are among the best-loved pieces of Dutch children’s literature. Frog, created by –... more

  • Gustavs Klucis

    Apr-12-2008 until Jul-13-2008

    The first ever Dutch retrospective of work by Gustavs Klucis (a.k.a. Gustav Klutsis, 1895 – 1938) goes on show soon in the print room of the... more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling De gebroeders Oyens: Schilderstweeling

    The Oyens Brothers: Twin Painters

    Apr-12-2008 until Jul-13-2008

    Sets of twins – especially identical twins – are a rare occurrence in art history. Dutch artists David and Pieter Oyens are among the few... more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling De gebroeders Maris en de Haagse school

    The Maris Brothers and the Hague School

    Apr-19-2008 until Jun-22-2008

    The Maris Brothers... more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling Mondriaan


    Apr-26-2008 until Oct-26-2008

    To coincide with the current highly successful Mondrian in Cologne exhibition – already attended by over 100,000 people – a new book has been... more