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.
Faces of Loneliness
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.
The Mauritshuis in The Hague prepares an exhibition about sweet perfumes and foul odours in the 17th century.
Masterpieces by Rembrandt and Van Eyck have helped photographer Hendrik Kerstens blur the line between the painter’s art and photography.
New at the Museum
The Dutch writer and visual artist Nicole Montagne is searching for 'imaginary lonelinesses' with, among others, Hopper, Spilliaert and the 'unknown girl from the Seine River'.
Playwright and director Lisaboa Houbrechts has written a kaleidoscopic theatre piece of Pieter Bruegel the Elder and the era in which he created Mad Meg.
Forgotten Female Painters
The Dutch photographer Bas Meeuws is continuing the tradition of Golden Age floral still lifes.
These two portraits, of a kind rarely seen in public collections, will now better represent Ostade’s oeuvre within Cambridge and the UK.
The Dutch artist wonders whether she can translate the spatial aspect of her installations into something that could simply hang on the wall, like a painting.
After being hidden for six hundred years, the Royal Library of Belgium presents its unique collection of manuscripts from the Burgundian period.
An American philanthropist has returned a portrait by the 15th-century artist Hans Memling to the city of Bruges, where it was painted.
Rapper Zwangere Guy enters into a conversation with Brussels in order to get to know the city and himself better.
'Seeking a cross-border measuring tool', a study of the interconnectedness in the Flemish-Dutch theatre sector.
'Mirror of Reality’ is the first comprehensive overview of nineteenth-century Dutch painting, set within the context of the international art world.
Koen Vanmechelen created an evolving work of art on the foundations of the former mine and zoo of Zwartberg in the Belgian city of Genk.
According to the jury, Dijkstra makes a major contribution to the international prestige of Dutch visual arts with her work.
From dance to circus, his performances show influences from various disciplines and are a constant exploration of the possibilities of the body.
The Brussels-based school for contemporary dance and choreography has an impressive international reputation.