Eighteen young authors have brought nineteenth-century artefacts from the Rijksmuseum to life. Robin Goudsmit wrote a manual to accompany a painting.
Book after book, this young and much-acclaimed Dutch illustrator knows how to surprise.
Jan van Eyck
Dutch installation artist Gabey Tjon a Tham is intrigued by the similarities between nature and technology.
Camping Sunset proves that old and new, traditional theatre repertoire and rock-’n-roll, truly can go hand in hand.
On the Shoulders of the Old Masters
A crowd continually running laps of a stage and actors tearing one another’s clothes off. Meet the radical, uncompromising theatre of Schwalbe.
With their extraordinarily imaginative, poetic, grand-scale productions, the Antwerp theatre collective FC Bergman was quick to conquer the European stage.
Eighteen young authors have brought nineteenth-century artefacts from the Rijksmuseum to life. Sophia Blyden wrote her text in response to a sculpture of Lorenzo Bartolini.
It has long been suspected that two landscape paintings by Cuyp belonged together but until now, scientific proof was missing.
Forgotten Female Painters
Our selection of recent university press publications from all over the world that deal with the Low Countries.
The Antwerp painter takes animals, plants, and sailing boats, and formalises them, creating motifs that repeat through his paintings.
The Flemish Government has purchased a drawing by Flemish Master Peter Paul Rubens that was thought to be lost.
The Flemish painter lets you lose yourself in the multiplicity of the world at his first solo exhibition.
Four hundred years after his birth, Stedelijk Museum Alkmaar is staging the first retrospective of his diverse oeuvre.
Private residence, Russian embassy, and headquarters of a TV station. Villa Empain in Brussels has been all of these.
The original paint layer has been exposed again, revealing details that have remained hidden for many years.
The Belgian-Bolivian artist translates form and material into sound, building objects in clay and playing them to produce atmospheric soundscapes.
'Angels of Amsterdam' is a virtual reality experience based on the true stories of four 17th century women fighting for their rights.
Technical analysis and research link the painting to the important 16th-century still-life painter Joachim Beuckelaer.
The Rotterdam-based duo explores the human dimension in technology with interactive design.
Looking for exciting places in the Low Countries, British journalist Derek Blyth stumbled upon the castle where baroque painter Rubens spent the last years of his life.