Museum De Pont

Newsletter May 2016

Creyghton & Van Duijnhoven

This past Saturday the exhibition Hindenburg Line Project opened. Here a probing portrayal of World War I is rendered through the photographs of L.J.A.D. Creyghton and poems of Serge R. van Duijnhoven. 

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Loek Grootjans

Vincent's Asylum
23 May through 18 July

Artist Loek Grootjans has created an 'asylum' for Vincent van Gogh. This takes the shape of a pavilion in which he exhibits vestiges of the famous painter that have been gathered by him. The project, which has come about in collaboration with the Vincent Van GoghHuis in Zundert, will now go on tour. De Pont is the first venue.


Roni Horn

Roni Horn's glass sculptures have a difference appearance every day. With this lovely spring weather, the works leave us with a completely new impression. The exhibition will remain on view through 29 May.
Don't miss this unique presentation that has been described in NRC Handelsblad as 'simple and yet magical—as is the case with the very best art.'

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Joost Zwagerman & Marc Mulders


The presentation NU, which shares its title with the publication by 99 Uitgevers/Publishers, will also be ending this month. The poems of Joost Zwagerman in combination with illustrations by Marc Mulders can be seen through 22 May.



Georg Baselitz

After nearly two years, this special loan will be returning to the Kunstmuseum in Bonn. The work Straßenbild, consisting of eighteen paintings, will remain at De Pont through 16 May.

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