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If we don’t dare to talk with other people, social cohesion will break down. With the Boijmans Launderette, Manon van Hoeckel has created the ultimate waiting room in the hope of creating unexpected encounters and conversations.
Jólan van der Wiel researches natural forces and uses them for his designs. Rather than fighting against climate change, Van der Wiel embraces the consequences of global warming. In Tropic City – Rotterdam, he shows that the heavy rainfall and rising temperatures can be the starting point for solution oriented design.
A versatile portrait of De Pont Museum is shown in this documentary. The museum was founded by Jan de Pont (1915-1987), attorney and businessman, whose legacy was meant to set up a foundation for the stimulation of contemporary visual art.
Looking for surprises, unexpected connections, and unusual encounters in modern art and design? STEDELIJK BASE brings together nearly 700 highlights from the Stedelijk collection to show the evolution of art and design from 1880 until now. It is the first-ever major, integrated presentation of art and design in the history of the museum.
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.