Thursday 29 August 2013

Exhibitions

  • Omslag Kinderboek Delfts Blauw

    A vase for the Princess

    Continuous

    Dutch delftware as a source of inspiration for new children's art book: an entertaining picture book about two little mice. more

  • Delftware Wonderware

    Continuous

    One of the most wonderful and grandest collections of Delftware is finally on display in an atmospheric exhibition. more

  • 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

  • SummerExpo 2013

    Ended on 09/15/2013

    The Netherlands' biggest open-entry art exhibition. This years theme is Earth more

  • Transforming the Known

    Ended on 09/29/2013

    A collection of contemporary art featuring work by Jeff Koons, Christopher Wool and Willem de Kooning. more

  • David Jablonowski – Prosumer

    Ended on 11/03/2013

    Prosumer is an exhibition of work by David Jablonowski (b. Bochum, 1982). It is the first in a new series of solo shows being held at the... more

  • René Lalique (1860 – 1945)

    Ended on 11/10/2013

    Exclusive objects produced by renowned French jewellery designer and glass artist René Lalique more

  • Lap en Quist

    Geert Lap and Leen Quist

    Ended on 11/10/2013

    This presentation marks last year’s major donation to the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag of a fine collection of porcelain boxes, bowls and dishes by... 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.