The Painter 1994 Naomi 1985 A unique survey of the remarkable oeuvre of Marlene Dumas. This retrospective exhibition Marlene Dumas: The Image as Burden brings together over one hundred of her most important works, from the late 1970s … Continue reading
Bob van Blommestein presents as from the 3rd of September an overview of the watercolours he has painted in the past 20 years. He started drawing at an early age and later on worked in oil, watercolour and pencil. Since … Continue reading
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Thoughts. They just keep on coming.
No invitation, no warning. Ever tumbling over, through and at times even into one another. At Dikker en Thijs art gallery, Marte Haverkamp shows a number of works from ‘HOOFD STROOM’ a series of … Continue reading
New exhibition: Justyna Grzebieniowska Justyna Grzebieniowska is from Toruń in Poland. Dance is the theme of her work. She paints all kinds of dances, but especially tribal dances that originated in Africa and later spread out over the world. Justyna: ‘Dance and painting … Continue reading
The GrachtenAcademie is an event organised by the Grachtenhuis, museum of the canals. Every 1st Saturday of the month you can take a walking tour and every 3rd Sunday of the month a boat tour along the beautiful canals of … Continue reading
Foam will be dedicated to the life and work of the legendary photographer, filmmaker and designer William Klein. The career of William Klein (b. 1928) spans more than sixty years. His work had an immense influence on photography during the … Continue reading
We are open at Christmas eve and Christmas day & happy to serve you our à la carte menu! The restaurant will be closed from monday 30th of December 2013 and reopens monday 6th of January 2014
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