The videos in this topic provide more depth on the basis of visual and audiovisual archives. While watching, entries appear in the timeline that give access to additional sources. These can be viewed directly by clicking on it, or after playing the video. Dive deeper into the matter and discover unique archive material.

5 videos

  • MONDRIAN – DALÌ: the monographic exhibition

    In this episode of the series ‘Iconic exhibitions in the 20th century’, art historian Carel Blotkamp explains that Mondrian’s development was not as logical and self-evident as is generally suggested.

  • MOVING MOVEMENT - DYLABY: the experimental exhibition

    What was actually on view in Moving Movement? And how did Dylaby distinguish itself from traditional exhibitions? In this episode of the series ‘Iconic exhibitions in the 20th century’, philosopher Jan Bor, art historian Carel Blotkamp, critic Lily van Ginneken and the artist Zoro Feigl take the viewer back in time to find the answers to the questions above in old television pictures.

  • COBRA – MINIMAL ART: introduction of a new movement

    In this episode of the series ‘Iconic exhibitions in the 20th century’, artist Aukje Dekker explains, with the use of archive images, the power of COBRA and minimal art.

  • SONSBEEK ’71 BEYOND LAWN AND ORDER: the exhibition in public space

    In this episode of the series ‘Iconic exhibitions in the 20th century’, critic Lily van Ginneken, art historian Carel Blotkamp and curator Saskia Bos explain the meaning of ‘Sonsbeek ‘71 Beyond lawn and order’ and what it entailed.

  • THE LUMINOUS IMAGE – TALKING BACK TO THE MEDIA: the new media exhibition

    In this episode in the series ‘Iconic exhibitions in the 20th century’, art historian Sanneke Huisman provides some insight into the background to and developments in video art, whereby she draws a line from the start to now.