Museum Voorlinden presents Listen to Your Eyes: a visual journey of discovery that offers you a glimpse inside the mind of a collector.
In Rendez-Vous works of art come together like lovers, embracing and lending one another strength – and occasionally clashing as well. These encounters walk a fine line between convergence and confrontation, between duet and duel.
This space-filling installation P E R I O D (2019) by Fiona Banner shows an enormous ship fender surrounded by paintings of seascapes. With this work, the artist expresses her fascination with language and communication.
Museum Voorlinden features a number of artworks that have their own intimate place in the museum, where they can be viewed to their greatest advantage.
This spring, museum Voorlinden will present 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.
In the summer of 2022, Voorlinden will be presenting a major retrospective of Antony Gormley (1950). This British artist is praised worldwide for his art, which deals with the relationship between the human body and the space around us.
Voorlinden presents Momentum. In this collection exhibition we research this tipping point that an artist is perpetually in search of. The second in which that one defining insight emerges, paving the way for new ideas.
Voorlinden presents Anselm Kiefer (1945), one of the most important artists of our time. With his distinctive visual language and layered references to history, mythology and literature, Anselm has built a four-decade oeuvre of epic proportions.
Voorlinden presents Louise Bourgeois: To Unravel a Torment, a six-decade survey exhibition featuring forty pivotal works. It has been almost thirty years since the art of Louise Bourgeois was shown on such a broad scale in the Netherlands.
As part of the exhibition Momentum, museum Voorlinden is displaying a selection of works by Tamara Dees (1971) in the treasury of the museum.
In the exhibition Less is More, with works from the museum’s own collection, museum Voorlinden shows a counter-movement. We are increasingly longing for more and are less and less satisfied. Yet there is also an increasing demand for less. Also in the art world. This exhibition shows how artists go back to the essence: a new zero point.
In the treasury of the museum, Voorlinden shows the key work Nulpunt (2002) by Dave Meijer from 24 March 2018 until 13 January 2020. 449 painted, colourful panels cover the walls of the secret exhibition space.
From 17 May through 29 September 2019, the very first solo show in the Netherlands to feature South Korean artist Do Ho Suh (1962) is on display in museum Voorlinden.
On Friday 22 March 2019, one of the most important and most talked-about contemporary artists Yayoi Kusama turned 90 years old! Voorlinden is showing some iconic works from its own collection.
From 16 February until 5 May Voorlinden will present Pere Llobera (1970) in the cabinets of the museum. The exhibition displays work ranging from 2007 to his most recent art.
Voorlinden had planned a retrospective of Armando in the spring of 2019. This show would have been dedicated to the artist’s ninetieth birthday. Armando (1929-2018) passed away on 1 July in Potsdam (Germany). The planned retrospective will now be on display from 3 November 2018 to 5 May 2019.
Like an epic poem in various shades of blue, dozens of works from the Voorlinden collection are brought together in the cabinets of the museum from 7 July 2018 until 10 February 2019.
From 9 December 2017 until 13 January 2019, museum Voorlinden presents the collection exhibition Stage of Being. It shows us how, over time, artists have depicted human beings with all of their emotions and instincts.
Museum Voorlinden proudly presents the first-ever European retrospective of the work of American painter Wayne Thiebaud (1920). He is famous for his mouthwatering depictions of cakes, ice creams and hot dogs.
Museum Voorlinden presents an exhibition of work by the Mumbai-based multidisciplinary Indian artist Shilpa Gupta (1976). Where Do I Begin features a selection of works by the Mumbai-based multidisciplinary Indian artist, which are on show in and around the museum.
From 20 January until 27 May 2018, museum Voorlinden features a solo exhibition of work by the American sculptor Martin Puryear (1941). Voorlinden presents the first museum show of this artist in Europe, with a large overview of his work from the past decades.
From Sunday 8 October, museum Voorlinden will be exhibiting the work of Swedish artist Michael Johansson (1975). The everyday objects that he brings together are given new form and context in his sculptures and installations.
From 30 September 2017 to 7 January 2018, museum Voorlinden presents a duo exhibition featuring the artist couple Shio Kusaka (1972) and Jonas Wood (1977). It is their first two-person exhibition in Europe.
We are living in an age of acceleration. Never before have we had so much time on our hands, and yet never before have we felt so rushed. Museum Voorlinden is taking a break. The exhibition The Meantime invites the visitor to relax between 43 works of art from different periods, styles and movements.
That’s Not Me invites the visitor to step into Rodney Graham’s universe. This Canadian artist is one of the most consistent, innovative and influential artists of the past forty years.
A room filled with balloons kicks off the exhibition SAY CHEESE!, the second exhibition at the new museum Voorlinden. The exhibition brings together 54 works to form a coherent reflection of Martin Creed’s versatile and characteristic oeuvre and has been realized in close collaboration with the artist.
Full Moon offers an a-historical cross-section and a first introduction to the diversity of the collection. Visitors are invited to make their own connections and comparisons and are challenged to form their own opinions.
The opening exhibition in museum Voorlinden brings and ode to the late artist Ellsworth Kelly (1923-2015). Ellsworth Kelly is known for his large format paintings in clear shape and colours. His work engages directly with his surroundings.