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  • Expected: The Vincent Award ceremony

    10/21/2014

    The Gemeentemuseum Den Haag will announce the winner of the Vincent Award 2014 at an award show on 21 November. The artists in the running are Pierre Huyghe (France), Manfred... read more

  • Rothko en Mondriaan

    Rothko and Mondrian side by side

    09/19/2014

    For the first time in history, the very last works by Piet Mondrian and Mark Rothko can be seen side by side. Two iconic pieces of art history will be brought together in the... read more

  • acquisition Sandback

    06/10/2014

    Sandback’s work reflects the intention of Minimal Art. read more

  • Launch Dutch delftware website

    10/28/2014

    Delftware is the Netherlands’ most iconic export product, famous around the world and seen as exemplifying Dutch enterprise and creativity. Five Dutch museums have now joined... read more

  • Edith takes New York by storm

    10/17/2014

    Edith Schiele, Egon Schiele’s masterpiece and a top work in the collection of the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, is currently taking New York by storm. read more

  • Huge success Mark Rothko

    10/13/2014

    Mark Rothko’s paintings have a huge worldwide following. Not surprisingly, therefore, the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag’s current exhibition of work by the renowned American artist is... read more

  • Gemeentemuseum acquires superb creation by JANTAMINIAU

    10/10/2014

    The Gemeentemuseum Den Haag has purchased an amazing creation by JANTAMINIAU. The evening gown is from the designer’s autumn/winter 2011 ‘Nature Extends’ collection and is on... read more

  • Wonderkamers shortlisted

    10/01/2014

    Wonderkamers has been short-listed for an International Design and Communication Award . The IDCA awards assess communications, design and branding strategies within the arts... read more

  • The Canon of the Netherlands

    08/27/2014

    Book presentation on 11 September read more

  • Ger van Elk, De ontdekking van de sardientjes, 1971

    In Memoriam: Ger van Elk

    08/20/2014

    In 1965, when Ger van Elk was studying art history for a year at the University of Groningen, he astounded everyone by giving a paper on anglers in seventeenth-century Dutch art... read more

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