Full Moon

A selection of works

Full Moon is about the pleasure of looking, comparing and discovering. For the first time, more than 40 artworks from various periods, movements and styles can be seen here together.

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Jan Sluijters – Maannacht IV (1912)

The first Museum Voorlinden collection presentation starts with the painting Maannacht IV [moonnight] by Jan Sluijters (1881-1957). In the same room the installation The performance (2011) by Esther Tielemans (1976) is shown. Two Dutch painters who have been working with the theme landscape. The silver light of the full moon brings the works together for just a moment so that the 100-year time difference between Sluijters and Tielemans seems to disappear. The works meet, question, and strengthen each other.

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Jose Dávila, untitled (2010)


Susan Collis, Retouch (2013)

Full Moon shows work by:

Ai Weiwei (1957), Francis Alÿs (1959), Massimo Bartolini (1962), Michaël Borremans (1963), Marcel Broodthaers (1924-1967), Enrico Castellani (1930), Susan Collis (1956), Jose Dávila (1974), Rineke Dijkstra (1959), Olafur Eliasson (1967), Haris Epaminonda (1980), Hans-Peter Feldmann (1941), Tom Friedman (1965), Damien Hirst (1965), Olaf Holzapfel (1969), Robert Kinmont (1937), Yves Klein (1928-1962), Pyke Koch (1901-1991), Paul Kooiker (1964), Guillermo Kuitca (1961), Sherrie Levine (1947), Adolf Luther (1912-1990), René Magritte (1898-1967), Mark Manders (1968), Katja Mater (1979), Astrid Mingels (1987), François Morellet (1926-2016), Maurizio Nannucci (1939), Ornaghi&Prestinari (1986, 1984), Ugo Rondinone (1964), Turi Simeti (1929), Jan Sluijters (1881-1957), Pascale Marthine Tayou (1967), Esther Tielemans (1976), Kaari Upson (1972), Andy Warhol (1928-1987), Remy Zaugg (1943-2005), Chen Zhen (1955-2000).