The most important Dutch and Flemish works of art from before 1750 have been brought together in a beautiful book.
Discover the ‘TraumA’-inspired creations by thirteen artists and architects. Until 24 October 2021.
Jan van Eyck
The work of the Antwerp-based duo raises questions about public space and society.
Work of Dutch artists Piet Mondrian and Mark Manders is currently on show in Japan.
On the Shoulders of the Old Masters
The painting is the second Ter Brugghen for the Met’s collection, next to The Crucifixion with the Virgin and Saint John.
A book with 120 woodcut prints has been added to the collection of Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam.
The Ghent-born conductor will be awarded the prize for his ability to reach a wide audience without compromising on his art.
In 2020, the international activities of Dutch artists and cultural organizations dropped by 72% due to the corona pandemic.
Forgotten Female Painters
With her latest publication, the Dutch photographer Awoiska van der Molen continues her own modest search for places of human origin.
An exhibition in Mechelen shows portraits of young Habsburg princes and princesses that tell us a lot about the political powers struggles of sixteenth-century Europe.
Art photographer Athos Burez tackled 'The Baths of Ostend', the famous painting by James Ensor, and gave it his own interpretation.
The Bozar Museum in Brussels is presenting a retrospective of the work of Roger Raveel. This major, radical and non-conformist painter would have turned 100 in 2021.
The young Flemish artist is fascinated by what happens when natural and artificial objects meet, merge or exchange places.
Flemish artist Thomas Renwart creates contemporary tapestries resembling botanical gardens.
Museum in Marrakech honors Dutch defender of Moroccan heritage.
Dutch artist Vincent de Boer made an animation video for the British jazz band Ill Considered.
The young Dutch sculptor reimagines what seems so common and known to us.
The Cathedral crypt has been extensively adapted for visitors to experience the artwork’s history, via new visual technology.
Our selection of recent university press publications in English on the Low Countries.
The Dutch artist is not afraid to unravel the loose threads that constitute the fabric of society.