Museum Voorlinden presents the key work ‘Zero point’ (2002) by artist Dave Meijer in the treasure room from 24 March.

449 painted, colorful panels covered the walls of the museum’s secret exhibition space. Meijer’s work consists of a play of colors, lines and shapes, inspired by what the artist is all about in his home province of Zeeland.

From April the 8th to August the 19th, the exhibition Bernard Heesen and the madness of the 19th century will be shown at the Rijksmuseum Twenthe in Enschede.

After high school Bernard Heesen studied architecture in Delft from 1977 until 1984. In 1984 he entered the world of glass blowing at De Oude Horn, a glass blowing factory which was established by his father Willem Heesen in 1977. After assisting his father for a while, Bernard Heesen made the desicion to continue working in glass art and his father Willem assigned the company to him. Nowadays, Heesen’s glassworks are leading in the world of glass art.

CoBrA Museum in Amstelveen recently opened an exhibitions with works by Eugène Brands of 10 private collectors. Christian Ouwens is one of the collectors on show in the exhibition.

Especially for the corresponding publication, photographer Hans de Bruijn visited the gallery and made a portret of Christian and his family with some of his most beloved works of Brands.

The gallery has a permanent collection of works by Eugène Brands, this is a result of collecting art for more than twenty years.

Later in 2018 there will also be an exhibition and book presentation on Eugène Brands’ work, alongside with ethnography. The publication is carefully composed by Ouwens and written by art critic Hans den Hartog Jager.

Click here to see more original work of Eugène Brands.

Last summer the gallery showed the exhibition ‘As above so below’, with impressive paintings of the British artist James Aldridge.

Above you see the painting ‘Hidden’, an art piece of 1.8 to 2.5 meters.

Click here for more paintings by James Aldridge.

Our neighbours Museum Boijmans van Beuningen show their beautiful own collection during the exhibition ‘The collection as a time machine’.

Besides works of Mark Rothko, Rob Scholte, Donald Judd and Paul Cézanne, our artist Klaas Gubbels has been given a beautiful leading place within the museum. On the blue painting by Klaas Gubbels from 1995 are his unmistakable table, coffee pot, coffee mug and sugar bowl visible, above you see a reference to Rotterdam saying VAN NELLE in red paint. Also, don’t forget to take a look at the Museumpark when visiting Boijmans, where the building of Het Collectiegebouw (The Depot) has started.