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  • Romanticism in the North – from Friedrich to Turner

    The Groninger Museum presents Romanticism in the North: From Friedrich to Turner, the first international survey exhibition of northern European Romantic landscape painting.

  • A boys' dress? Little brothers Reint & Evert

    These are the brothers Evert and Reint Lewe. Yes, you heard correctly, these are two boys. In the 17th century it was very common for boys to wear dresses.

  • Dancing with Rodin - Dance program in the Groninger Museum

    Can you dance sculpture? That was the question that teacher Frederique de Vries asked her students. How do you translate the expressions and emotions of sculptures into a dance?Museum.

  • Joost Conijn on ‘Good evening to the people living in the camp.’

    An interview with artist Joost Conijn. Midst the construction of his new installation Conijn discusses his new video work ‘Good evening to the people living in het camp’.

  • Neo Rauch Dromos Painting 1993-2017

    Neo Rauch is one of the most important artists of today. His work is entirely out of step with the apparently predictable rhythm of developments in the arts over the past few decades. 65 works by Neo Rauch will be on display at Museum de Fundatie.

  • Sensory Spaces 13 - Anne Hardy

    For Sensory Spaces 13 Anne Hardy (UK, 1970) will present a new FIELD work: she invites the visitor to enter a dream-like, animated world. In this video the artist and the guest curator Nina Folkersma explain the work and process behind the installation.

  • The Tower of Babel – back from Japan

    The Tower of Babel by Pieter Bruegel the Elder is one of the highlights in the collection of Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. This painting and ninety other masterpieces were recently exhibited in Tokyo and Osaka, Japan. It is interesting how differently people in Japan perceived this painting.

  • Michael Wolf - Life in Cities

    A figure behind a misted window turns its face away and closes its eyes in an attempt to evade the lens of the photographer. The metro passenger is crushed between fellow-commuters and unable to move when photographer Michael Wolf (München, 1954) points his camera at him from the other side of the glass.