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The artist Carsten Höller has wide interests. He conducted biological research into how plants and insects communicate with one another.
Lying in the installation 'Let Your Hair Down' you can leave behind your everyday cares for a while and give yourself over to video art while floating in the air.
A 400 year time-travel through the collection brings you from the Old Master Cornelis van Haarlem to Sandro Chia, a so called Italian "Trans-vanguard". But what, actually, do their paintings have in common?
The Venetian lagoon, with its magical light and rich sea life, and the universe with planets, stars and meteorites are the most important themes in the work of the Japanese designer Ritsue Mishima (Kyoto 1962).
In this interview, Ritsue Mishima talks about being an artist, and why art is so important to her.
On 9 September 2010, a debate was held in Museum Boijmans van Beuningen about the concept of 'Cradle to Cradle'; the debate was organised in collaboration with Studium Generale Erasmus University, debate centre Arminius and the Goethe Institute.
They may look like classical fashion designers: the House of Viktor & Rolf isn't a traditional house of couture at all. On the contrary, the inseparable couple designs clothes that refer mockingly to the principles of the fashion industry. The clothes are gorgeous and the mockery is serious.
In 1970 200.000 people came to the exhibition of Salvador Dalí in Museum Boijmans van Beuningen. This video is the news item of the exhibition talking about the artist and showing several pieces that could be seen at the time.