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Carel Blotkamp and Rudi Fuchs visit the new collection presentation in Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen.
Sylvie Zijlmans (Geertruidenberg 1964) and Hewald Jongenelis (Etten-Leur 1962) make everyday life in a suburb of a sprawling Dutch town into a metaphor of the times. An artwork inspired by local issues that could have landed anywhere at the same time.
Lace Correspondent Lotte goes underground! She explores the cellars of Boijmans to find out where the thousands of lace pieces used to be stored.
Facing facts! Lace Correspondent Lotte meets the holy grail of registration, gets the answer to last week's lace question, and has an extra surprise up her sleeve.
Fashion Museum Antwerp presented the short film 'Historical Dresses Undressed' by the Dutch video artist Bart Hess on the occasion of the exhibition 'Living Fashion. Women's Daily Wear 1750-1950'.
In April, one of the most iconic works from the collection of Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, the Tower of Babel of Pieter Bruegel, travelled to Japan, a country fascinated with architecture and culture.
In the vlog of Making Space for Lace our correspondent Lotte will take you behind the scenes in Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen: in this episode, why?
Lace Correspondent Lotte investigates the how. Over 2600 pieces of lace in the database are checked and updated to modern-day standards.