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  • Aurélien Froment - Double Tales

    Aurélien Froment’s work might at first appear confusing because it continuously navigates from one subject toanother according to a specific method.

  • Making Space for Lace #5: The How 2

    But how? Lace Correspondent Lotte digs deeper into the techniques of lace - and even tries to make bobbin lace herself.

  • Making Space for Lace #6: The Results

    So, what are the results? The lace exhibition has been prolonged until 20 August, and will be slightly adjusted, so Lace Correspondent Lotte talks to Ben, foreman of the technical staff about that. Furthermore Mienke explains the next steps and the ‘LAMO procedure’.

  • Sensory Spaces 11 – Raphael Hefti

    For the eleventh edition of the Sensory Spaces series Raphael Hefti (born in Switzerland in 1978, lives and works in London and Zurich) will present a site-specific installation for museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. This video show the making of the artwork.

  • Jean Dubuffet - The Deep End

    How can you capture thoughts that shoot off in all directions, in a painting? And how can you represent a world that is beyond objective reality in a work of art? From the 1940s onwards, these were the questions that constantly preoccupied Jean Dubuffet.

  • Remaking 'Never Mind' by Richard Deacon

    The central focus in this film is on the refabrication of the sculpture Never Mind (1993), by Richard Deacon (Wales, °1949), made for the exhibition SOME TIME in the Middelheim Museum.

  • Richard Serra: drawings 2015-2017

    One of the most renowned artists of this time comes to Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen: the American artist Richard Serra (San Francisco, 1983). Discover the making of the 80 drawings on display in the exhibition and learn more about his special relation to the museum.

  • NICOLE & HUGO. SWINGING ANN SALENS

    MoMu recently acquired a selection of colourful dresses by Belgian fashion designer Ann Salens, from the wardrobe of Nicole & Hugo.