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The Stedelijk presents the first museum retrospective of Lily van der Stokker, featuring drawings and wall paintings from the late 1980s to the present.
For the fifteenth and final edition of Sensory Spaces, Sol Calero (Caracas 1982) has created a colourful meeting place: a patio-like setting where visitors can relax or enter into conversation with each other.
Already 50 years of working and living together, results in a magnificent overview of works on paper, sculptures and installations.
From May until October 2018 Eindhoven based artist Gam Bodenhausen creates her installation Graphite Knots in the Eye (het Oog), a patio at the Van Abbemuseum. Over a period of five months, Bodenhausen will make a huge drawing on the monumental back wall of Het Oog, examining the basic material of the drawing: graphite. Inspired by encounters during her travels she explores the history and the future of the pencil.
Get to know the artist/designer Bonne Reijn by means of three artworks that are handpicked by Blikopener Loulou from the permanent collection of het Stedelijk Museum. At the end of this video, Bonne will give an instruction to an assignment you can do in class.
From 15 September to 13 October 2018, the Brakke Grond presents artist Jim Campers’ (Antwerp, 1990) first solo exhibition in Amsterdam. Countercultures from the 60s and 70s form important themes in his work, alongside isolation from society and returning to nature.
A militia painting from 17th-centry Delft that had not been seen for more than two centuries suddenly surfaced at an auction in Paris in 2016. Backing from the Rembrandt Association and an anonymous donor has enabled the Museum Prinsenhof Delft to buy this painting. In this video we enter the restoration studio of Janneke Verhave in Rotterdam, where she worked at the painting for months.
In the Agatha convent – now the Museum Prinsenhof – well-known priest Antoine Bodar tells us what it means to him to hold a silver goblet that once belonged to the rector of this convent.