Exhibitions archive

  • 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

  • Sovereign Splendour

    Ended on 10/23/2011

    Only the best was ever good enough for the court of imperial China. It had its own special factories using the highest quality porcelain, the most... more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling Markus Lupertz

    Markus Lüpertz

    Ended on 10/02/2011

    ‘Artists have helped God create the world’... more

  • Mondriaan & de Stijl


    Without De Stijl the homes and streets and the very cityscapes of the western world would have looked very different. And even today the group that grew up around Piet Mondrian and Theo van Doesburg continues to inspire artists, designers and architects. more

  • Persbeeld tentoonstelling Pablo Picasso

    Pablo Picasso

    Ended on 09/04/2011

    Pablo Picasso was perhaps the greatest artist of the twentieth century. His constant stylistic innovations at crucial points of his career – the... more