Rijksmuseum’s Vermeer exhibition finished as the most successful exhibition in its history with 650,000 visitors from 113 nations, over 16 weeks
The Rijksmuseum has received a gift of 12.5 million euros from a private donor, the largest financial gift ever made to the museum.
The Stedelijk showcases a prevalent synopsis of the trailblazing Canadian artist group General Idea. In the recapitulation that places Art… Read More
Such is the star power of 17th Century Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer that he is one of a select few artists from the pantheon of art history known on a first-name base, rather like an art world version of Beyoncé or Rihanna.
The Rijksmuseum has announced the list of works by Johannes Vermeer which will go on show in its exhibition Vermeer from 10… Read More
Abstracting Parables presented by sonsbeek20 ->24 (the international Arnhem-based art manifestation) has opened at Stedelijk Museum
GRIMM has announced the representation of London-based painter Gabriella Boyd. GRIMM will first present Boyd’s work in New York this… Read More
In the spring of 2023, the Rijksmuseum, the national museum of the Netherlands, will dedicate a retrospective exhibition to the… Read More
Avant Arte open their first exhibition in Amsterdam with longtime collaborator, Paul Insect. The exhibition of original paintings and sculptures will be accompanied by a pair of exclusive print editions and an unprecedented view of the elusive artist’s practice.
Tenant of Culture – Georgics (how to style a chore coat): The title of this exhibition is derived from The Georgics, a poem by the ancient Roman poet Virgil (70 BC – 19 BC).
Rijksmuseum, the national museum of arts and history of the Netherlands, will stage its first-ever major exhibition dedicated to the subject of slavery
GRIMM is to present Bad Reception, a presentation of new paintings by Eric White on view from Friday, November 27th,… Read More
Rineke’s first UK solo show in a decade opened last night at Marian Goodman Gallery. The exhibition hones in on the artist’s approach to portrait photography. The Dutch photographer presented a new series of family portraits exploring the awkward vulnerability and transience of adolescence.
Most days art Critic Paul Carey-Kent spends hours on the train, traveling between his home in Southampton and his day job in Surrey – or this week, a plane to Amsterdam*. Could he, we asked, jot down whatever came into his head?