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What does the realism art movement represent? And especially: what does it look like in the Netherlands nowadays? Pretty versatile. Really! →
For about eight years, artist Zoro Feigl has been experimenting with the movements of a flock of birds. How could he turn those beautiful choreographies in the air into art? →
At the end of April they first appeared in the streets of Schiedam behind the windows of residents and shops: posters with Troostkunst from Schiedam. The original works of art by more than fifty Schiedam artists - the real Troostkunst - are now on display in the museum. →
When Prime Minister Mark Rutte locks the country in an 'intelligent' way in mid-March, quiet and turbulent months will follow. During this period, Margi Geerlinks photographs the city of Schiedam at our request. →
For 30 years, every day Theo Gootjes (1942) made a drawing of the most important event of the day. His drawings are still remarkably up-to-date. →
Jan Eric Visser makes art from his own waste. In addition to newspapers and brochures, he uses plastic packaging, broken pens and even an old thermos flask. That makes him unique. →
How is it supposed to be? The artists of the CoBrA group did not consider this important at all. They completely disregarded the academy's rules. →