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Rinus Van de Velde

With drawings, sculptures, installations and moving images, Rinus Van de Velde (1983) creates intriguing, almost filmic scenes in which elements from our reality and his imagination merge. Especially for Voorlinden, he will create an exhibition in which he combines his own work with his favourite works from the museum’s collection.

Anouk Kruithof – Universal Tongue

Twerking, Vogue, Fortnite, flash mobs, a Sufi or chair dance: YouTube is full of videos of people dancing. And there are more dance videos uploaded every minute. With a team of 52 researchers from all over the world, artist Anouk Kruithof researched dance videos on YouTube, Facebook and Instagram. Together they found 1,000 dance styles […]

Art is the Antidote

Lockdowns, hardening and division? Art is the antidote! Museum Voorlinden proves this with its new exhibition Art is the Antidote. With a large dose of sparkling, socially engaged and funny artworks from its own collection, the museum acts as a charging station, a place where you can build up your resistance. The exhibition is on display […]

Beat Zoderer – Less and More

Museum Voorlinden proudly presents the first solo exhibition in the Netherlands of Beat Zoderer (1955). With everyday materials, he makes colourful objects, installations and sculptures, each of which is an attempt to create order out of chaos. Beat is one of the most prominent artists in Switzerland, yet he is hardly known in the Netherlands. Voorlinden is going to change this. The solo exhibition can be seen from 19 February to 15 May 2022.


In collaboration with the Musée national Picasso and the Fondation Giacometti, Museum Voorlinden presents the first exhibition dedicated to the work of two of the most important artists of the twentieth century: Pablo Picasso and Alberto Giacometti.

Rodney Graham – Vacuuming the Gallery

Voorlinden presents Vacuuming the Gallery by the Canadian artist Rodney Graham (1949).

One and One is Three

The exhibition ‘One and One is Three’ is about the power of the sum of the parts. The selection of artworks shows the magic that arises from the sum.

Portret kunstenaar Robin Rhode gemaakt door fotograaf Ruud Baan

Robin Rhode

Museum Voorlinden presents the first solo exhibition featuring artist Robin Rhode (South Africa, 1976) in the Netherlands. For Robin, a wall functions as his canvas, on which his temporary interventions depict imaginary worlds.

Man loopt door zaal met daarin palen die lijken op klassieke zuilen, maar die in werkelijkheid uit papier bestaat. Kunstwerk heet Colum Shred van de kunstenaar Christian Andersson

Listen to Your Eyes

Museum Voorlinden presents Listen to Your Eyes: a visual journey of discovery that offers you a glimpse inside the mind of a collector.