Curated by Maaike Rikhof
13 September 2022 – 8 January 2023
Museum Singer Laren
Oude Drift 1
Opening hours Tuesday – Sunday 10am – 5.30pm
Tel: +31 (0)35 – 539 39 33
Tuesday – Sunday 10 – 5pm
Catalogue designed by ARK Amsterdam
The New Woman tells the story of changing societal positions of women, reflected in the Dutch art of the 20th century. Women who – time and again – challenged the ideas of what is typically ‘feminine’ or ‘masculine’, who defied conventions and pushed boundaries. The main focus is on the period 1880-1950, supplemented with contemporary art that invites reflection on the present.
With work by Charley Toorop (photo), Marlene Dumas, Else Berg, Jan Sluijters, Femmy Otten, Iris Kensmil, Lou Loeber, Eva Besnyö, Isaac Israels, Helen Verhoeven, Thérèse Schwartze, Rineke Dijkstra, Piet Mondriaan, Jan Veth, Leo Gestel and Ina van Zyl, among others.
Realism from 1900 to the present
Until March 5th 2023
7213 CW Gorssel
Opening hours Tuesday to Sunday from 10am – 5pm
With work by 81 contemporary artists.
Museum MORE explores realism in Dutch art from the past century to the present day through a fully revamped display of its own collection. The new presentation includes 180 works of art, many of which have not previously been shown at the museum, supplemented by some thirty loans from contemporary artists.
Thérèse Schwartze Prize 2022
November 23rd 2022 Ina van Zyl (1971) will receive the Thérèse Schwartze Prize for portraiture during PAN Amsterdam. Van Zyl will receive the prize, an amount of money and a coin by Eric Claus, from Marlene Dumas who won te prize herself in 1989.
The prize giving takes place November 23rd 5pm at PAN Amsterdam. Stand 120
During PAN the Thérèse Schwartze Stichting has a stand presenting portraits by Ina van Zyl
20 – 27 November 2022