Sunday 11 November 2012

Exhibitions

  • Discover the modern

    Continuous

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

  • Mondriaan & de Stijl

    Continuous

    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

  • Hans van Bentem

    Ended on 11/11/2012

    Hans van Bentem (b. The Hague, 1965) uses his unbridled imagination and energy to create a constant stream of artworks, each more brilliant, coruscating and colourful than the last. more

  • Bridget Riley - Blaze 4

    Bridget Riley - Sikkens Prize 2012

    Ended on 01/06/2013

    A mural almost twenty metres long in one of the most beautiful galleries of the museum. more

  • Jong stel in auto met ijsjes, Amerika ca. 1955, Getty Images / Archive Photos

    Happy Days

    Ended on 01/20/2013

    If it was provocative and innovative, spunky and full of fun, then it was happening in The Hague. more

  • Max Heymans, Hoed, 1951, foto in  Parijs, Collectie Gemeentemuseum Den Haag

    Fabulous Fifties Fabulous Fashion

    Ended on 02/03/2013

    The fashions of the 1950s hold an enduring appeal and are today attracting more interest than ever. The Fabulous Fifties explores this trend with a wide range of original 50s attire. more

  • 2 keramieken objecten uit de collectie van Johnny Rolf en Jan de Rooden

    A Life Story in Ceramics 1957-2006

    Ended on 03/17/2013

    The show tells the professional life story of these inspired and travel-hungry ceramic artists through more than sixty of their works more

  • Highlights Mauritshuis

    Ended on 05/04/2014

    Six centuries of art under one roof: a hundred highlights of the Mauritshuis are currently on exhibition in the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag. more

Activities

There are no activities planned for today.