Our selection of recent university press publications in English on the Low Countries.
The Dutch artist is not afraid to unravel the loose threads that constitute the fabric of society.
Faces of Loneliness
A decade after the museum staged a solo exhibition of his work.
The architect of the Rijksmuseum and Amsterdam Central Station made an active contribution to the emancipation of the Catholic church in the Netherlands.
The Antwerp painter has her first international solo exhibition at the Castor Gallery in London.
The City of Antwerp started building a city collection of contemporary art.
New at the Museum
The new exhibition hall named BRUSK, is set to open its doors by the end of 2024.
A recap of the Never Grow Up! programme with highlights from two years of Dutch arts for new generations.
Forgotten Female Painters
The painting was donated by an art dealer to support the museum during the current Covid pandemic.
No fewer than 76 different flowers and plants have already been identified on the Ghent Altarpiece. And all that greenery is rich with significance.
The Antwerp-based artist paints colourful ideal worlds, building an ever-expanding dream universe that combines personal mythology with a close reading of art history.
Vincent van Gogh was not only a great artist, his letters bear witness to a great talent for writing.
Our best art stories of 2020, handpicked by the editor.
Brussels landscape architect Bas Smets reconstructed a fragment of a Pieter Bruegel painting in the landscape of Brabant.
The 400-year-old painting turns out to be the oldest known composition of "The Holy Family".
By April next year, CODART will publish its canon list of masterpieces in book form.
The work of Dutch landscape photographer Saskia Boelsums is inspired by the rich painting tradition of the Old Masters.
As a socially desirable phenomenon, laughter is the paragon of happiness. But what if that laugh cannot be sustained?
Nxt Museum represents both a new museum for Amsterdam and an art institution for a new generation.