Through collaborations with a wide variety of artists Robbrecht & Daem have managed to develop their own specific voice in which the history of architecture resounds in a most poetic way.
Realism, surrealism and the absurd compete for priority in the Emma De Swaef’s and Marc James Roels’ stop–motion film This Magnificent Cake!
At the age of 75, Flemish roots rocker Roland Van Campenhout still plays in the sandpit.
A travelling exhibition pays tribute to the forgotten black soldiers who helped to liberate the Netherlands during the Second World War.
Eindhoven-based story designer artist Alice Wong is interested in how reality is shaped.
Jeroen Olyslaegers unravels the mystery of the most significant Renaissance painter of both Flanders and the Netherlands.
Rineke Dijkstra’s new film installation Night Watching shows 14 groups of people looking at Rembrandt’s The Night Watch.
A Year on the Post is a series of interviews with cultural attachés of the Netherlands about their experiences abroad. This edition: Janette Verrijzer in Moscow.
One of the Netherlands' most legendary bands has been playing outside the establishment for the past forty decades.
Meet one of the Netherlands’ most exciting contemporary composers.
The United States remains the second most popular foreign destination for artists from the Netherlands.
Since its start in 2000, the Brussels dance theatre company has been building up a strong international reputation.
Interest in the work of Flemish woodcut artist Frans Masereel has increased substantially in the US and the UK. Masereel biographer Joris van Parys knows how that came about.
Barbara Van Lindt and Agnes Quackels form the new artistic and general management of the Brussels arts centre Kaaitheater.
Over the past few weeks, museums all over the world have been able to acquire new works from Flemish and Dutch artists.
The proximity, shared language and history make it easy for Dutch artists to find their way to Belgium.
Jacob Cornelisz was one of the most important Dutch artists of the first half of the sixteenth century. He was Amsterdam’s first printmaker.
He sets fire to furniture, makes seats grow and locks people in clocks to manipulate time. Designer Maarten Baas continues to surprise.
For the past six years, she has led a renowned residency on the outskirts of Paris with a focus on research and experimentation.
In the Flemish music industry, pop and rock photographer Alex Vanhee has been a household name for more than 25 years now.
A Year on the Post is a series of interviews with cultural attachés of the Netherlands about their experiences abroad. This edition: Joost Taverne in New York.
A Year on the Post
The Rijksmuseum has been a major source of inspiration for Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf since his early youth. From 3 July he shows in the Amsterdam museum his photographs in dialogue with Dutch paintings.
No house is more Dutch than the terraced house. Yet this type of architecture has only recently come to be valued as it should. Time to redress the balance.
Museum De Lakenhal in Leiden reopened its doors after a thorough restoration and expansion.
This Dutch theatre company prepares young people for art, beauty and consolation.
Milo Rau and his theater company NTGent adapted the Greek tragedy The Oresteia. Editor-in-chief Luc Devoldere left the performance with mixed feelings.
A digital reading of Berndnaut Smilde's renowned cloud sculptures 'Nimbus 2'.
The artist from The Hague builds overwhelming experiences in the form of large installations.