Exhibitions archive


    Ended on 09/23/2012

    Corporate collections – a Hague perspective more

  • Travelling City 2012, rolling pin, shock, wool, drain, reel, rope and sticks

    Karin van Dam

    Ended on 09/23/2012

    Visiting one of Karin van Dam’s installations is like embarking on a fabulous journey through an unknown urban landscape. more

  • Typisch werk van Alexander Calder met mobile

    Alexander Calder

    Ended on 05/28/2012

    Thanks to a prestigious Turing Art Grant, which made this important exhibition possible, the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag will present Alexander Calder... more

  • Discover the modern


    Experience the personal side of art with Claude Monet, Wassily Kandinsky, Pablo Picasso, Piet Mondrian, Francis Bacon, Constant, Louise Bourgeois and many more. more

  • XXSmall

    Ended on 03/25/2012

    Dollhouses are a serious matter in the 17th and 18th centuries. Sometimes wealthy spend much money on this expensive hobby as their own home. In... more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling Rechte stoelen, rechtschapen burgers

    Straight-Backed Chairs, Upright Citizens

    Ended on 03/04/2012

    One of the Netherlands’ first ever interior design stores opened to the public in 1900. Known as ’t Binnenhuis and run by H.P. Berlage and Jacques... more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling Henk Peeters

    Henk Peeters

    Ended on 02/12/2012

    'The world is going to change radically.’ Henk Peeters (b. The Hague, 1925) said so more than once. The statement was an expression of his deep... more

  • Paris

    Ended on 01/29/2012

    The prestigious Centre Pompidou in Paris has loaned forty of its top works for a special exhibition in Gemeentemuseum Den Haag. The exhibition... more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling Günter Tuzina

    Günter Tuzina

    Ended on 11/13/2011

    Close ties... more

  • Keepvogel en kijkvogel

    Ended on 10/30/2011

    Last year, the Gemeentemuseum and publishers Leopold launched a special series of children’s art books. As they appear, each book is the subject of... more