Museum De Pont

Newsletter February 2018

ReView: last chance!

The anniversary exhibition ReView can still be seen through 18 February. After that the highlights of De Pont's twenty-five-year history will never appear in this unique combination again. So don't miss this last chance! For those who come too late, there is still a consolation: the works installed in the large space - by artists such as Jeff Wall, Katherina Grosse and Jan Dibbets - will remain on display until early April. Then that part of the museum, too, will be reinstalled for the Sean Scully exhibition. read more

Coming soon: Rineke Dijkstra

I See a Woman Crying, Rineke Dijkstra, videostill (detail), 2009 

In the aftermath of ReView De Pont is preparing for a major retrospective of work by Rineke Dijkstra. More than eighty photographs and video works by this award-winning Dutch photographer will be on view as of 10 March. read more


Moritz I, Gerhard Richter 2000

Following a lengthy stay in Australia, Gerhard Richter's baby portraits will be coming home to De Pont this month. White Elephant, too, is back after Rita McBride's retrospective at Wiels, in Brussels. These works will soon be part of the permanent display again. The drawings from Berlinde De Bruyckere's series Het hart uitgerukt have gone to Finland, for a solo exhibition of her work at the Sara Hildén Museum.



Our anniversary gift will continue even after ReView, which means that Thursday evenings at De Pont remain free from 5 to 8 pm! Various activities for visitors take place then, so look for program information in our newsletter.

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