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Find out what’s on in the ARTtube museums: from backstage views, guided tours through the exhibition, stories by the curator, or take a look inside artists studios. All videos in this theme are made alongside the current exhibitions in the museums. Prepare your visit or expand your knowledge after a visit with stories behind the walls of the exhibition space. 

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13 videos

  • Gelatin: Vorm - Fellows - Attitude

    Gelatin is four artists who started working together in 1993. In this exhibition, Gelatin explores the disparate possibilities of what sculpture can be, disarming taboos that cause prejudice, discomfort, and fear. In this video we see an interview between curator Francesco Stocchi and the artists.

  • Studio Drift - Coded Nature

    The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam presents the first solo of the succesful Dutch duo Studio Drift.

  • Hot glue – Bertjan Pot

    The Dutch product designer Bertjan Pot is known for his idiosyncratic designs. For him, design is the search for a simple yet unique solution. He considers a design successful only if the materials and construction come together in a logical combination. His choices seem simple but are often unusual.

  • The making of Alex van Warmerdam: L’histoire kaputt

    A man lifts a big black thing out of a closet, there is a composite girl, and there are creatures in the forest. Eye presents new work by Alex van Warmerdam in an exhibition specially designed for the film museum. This small documentary shows the extraordinary making of.

  • De Ploeg 1918-1928 – an explosion of colour

    The Groninger artist’s association ‘De Ploeg’ was founded in 1918. The Groninger Museum has it’s own Ploeg Pavilion. Here the works of these influential artists are shown on a regular basis. In the film De Ploeg – 1918-1928 (made by Stichting Beeldlijn) you see unique footage from the De Ploeg archives.


    For the fourteenth edition of Sensory Spaces, Latifa Echakhch creates a dramatic scene with clothes drenched in black ink. In this video the artist and the guest curator Nina Folkersma explain the work and process behind the installation.

  • 1968: You Say You Want a Revolution (ENG)

    Fifty years ago students, factory workers and filmmakers challenged the Establishment, from Amsterdam to Chicago, from Paris to Prague, carrying not only bricks but also agile and light 16mm cameras. EYE Filmmuseum shows how the film camera became the rallying symbol of a generation of young people who demanded the right to shape their own lives.

  • Günther Förg: A Fragile Beauty

    The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam presents a major survey of the work of German artist Günther Förg (1952–2013). A Fragile Beauty explores the work of a rebellious artist whose oeuvre embodies a critical, witty, yet rigorous and penetrating critique of the canon of modern art.

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