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Jump into the Future- Art from the 90s and 2000’s is an exhibition in the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam that shows the immense collection from collector Thomas Borgmann in thirty galleries. Borgmann called his visits in the 60’s “an escape to the future”.
MoMu’s exhibition Olivier Theyskens – She walks in beauty takes you on a journey with one of the most fascinating Belgian designers: Olivier Theyskens. The show will explore his creative evolution of twenty years in the fashion business, his craftsmanship and the changing atmospheres of his work through a multitude of silhouettes imbued with the couture spirit.
Joseph Beuys was one of the most significant and influential artist of the twentieth century, expanding the scope of art into the realms of politics, society and ecology. This exhibition, the first major presentation of works by Beuys in Belgium since the 1980s, seeks simultaneously to consider Beuys’ activities in Antwerp, alongside his relevance to a new generation.
Wearing futuristic goggles, Masja Arnouts restores Hendrik de Meyer’s painting, Departure of the Spanish Occupation Troops from Breda on 10 October 1637. The final result is on display in our exhibition From castle to station.
The Castle of Breda and the new railway station are just a few hundred metres apart. The castle symbolises Breda’s history, while the station represents the future. Photographer Jeroen Jongeneelen climbs the tower of the Grote Kerk to capture both buildings in a single image.
"As a museum, we want work closely with the city. To really be here for Breda", says Cindy Beck, head of Education and Participation. Discover what her team does for children and the city of Breda.
The Recall Sculpture exhibition presents 41 small sculptures created between the 1950s and the 1970s. They can be considered precursors of contemporary art today.
How can human muscle power provide us with energy? Melle Smets and Kris de Decker think the solution to energy problems can be found when we change our behavior.