'Mirror of Reality’ is the first comprehensive overview of nineteenth-century Dutch painting, set within the context of the international art world.
Koen Vanmechelen created an evolving work of art on the foundations of the former mine and zoo of Zwartberg in the Belgian city of Genk.
According to the jury, Dijkstra makes a major contribution to the international prestige of Dutch visual arts with her work.
From dance to circus, his performances show influences from various disciplines and are a constant exploration of the possibilities of the body.
New at the Museum
The Brussels-based school for contemporary dance and choreography has an impressive international reputation.
The young Dutch artist has built up a diverse oeuvre in which language is increasingly prominent both as a theme and as a medium.
Jan van Eyck
Here's a photobook that depicts the sensation of covering hundreds of kilometres on horseback in a snowy landscape without civilisation.
Derek Blyth invites you to walk in the footsteps of stanley brouwn, the first artist who claimed walks as art.
Forgotten Female Painters
From the 16th century onwards, the centre of European printmaking was in Flanders and the Netherlands. Printmaking did more even than painting to familiarise Europe with art from the Low Countries.
The Brussels-born architect designed a number of important buildings in Colombia in the 1920s that were even declared National Monuments.
The Nigerian-Belgian artist is always searching for the connections between the world and bodies, poverty and enrichment, Africa and Europe. Her works are in international demand.
The painter may be hardly known in the Netherlands, but in Australia, he had a great reputation.
Walking through Brussels, sooner or later you will come across Pieter Bruegel the Elder and his enigmatic art. Derek Blyth would join you in a minute.
There is a constant tension in her videos between what moves and what stands still or has been stopped. Her exhibition 'Mall of Europe' can be seen in Mu.ZEE (Ostend) until 21 June.
An overview of the latest museum acquisitions of old Dutch and Flemish Art.
Kunstmuseum in The Hague presents a fascinating exhibition about the friendship and rivalry between two important Dutch painters: Isaac Israëls and George Breitner.
The tiny, hyper-expressive Dutch musician is rewriting the rules of the classical music concert-world and is stringing genres together to make them sound as if they have always been closely connected.
The main purpose of the investigation was to identify the main cause of deterioration of the cadmium yellow paint in The Scream by Edvard Munch.
The restored portico and garden pavilion won in the most sought-after category.
In her documentary My Rembrandt, Oeke Hoogendijk portrays the owners of a painting by the Dutch Old Master. She orchestrates their story into a thrilling detective about the hunt for an unknown Rembrandt.