Showcase Exhibition | 06.09.2019 – 16.02.2020
Frisian artist Jan van der Kooi’s (*1957) more than 150 sketchbooks will be on view for the first time in this exhibition and will be shown alongside a selection of Rembrandt’s landscape etchings.
Special Exhibition | 13.10.2019 – 26.01.2020
Part 2 of the exhibition trilogy 'Faith, Love, Hope'
The exhibition takes a look at the concept of love, portraying love as a form of (special) social relationship and commitment. The focus is not on love as ephemeral emotion or passionate feeling, but rather on love as a sign of quality in interpersonal relations.
Special Exhibition | 06.09.2019 – 16.02.2020
The exhibition in DAS Forum highlights the missionary and charitable work of the entrepreneurial family Brenninkmeijer.
Showcase Exhibition | 04.11.2020 – 28.02.2021
It marks the first ever presentation of the Liberna Collection’s Kabinettscheiben (Kabinett = small room; Scheiben = glass panes), often the central panes of leaded windows, from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries
Showcase Exhibition | 04.03.2020 – 03.05.2020
The Draiflessen’s storage facilities contain a vast number of items from the Draiflessen’s collection and archive – items that tell a particular story, fill in gaps, or represent an important discovery.
Showcase Exhibition | 18.06.2020 – 18.10.2020
The bellicose rivalry between the leading maritime powers of England, Spain, and the Netherlands for supremacy in overseas trade was accompanied in the seventeenth century by the emergence of an independent genre of art: the seascape.
Special Exhibition | 22.03.2020 – 21.06.2020
Part 3 of the exhibition trilogy Faith, Love, Hope
People have hope, cling to hope, lose hope, regain hope, or hopelessly despair. But what does hope mean?
Showcase Exhibition | 04.03.2020 – 01.06.2020
Die Kabinettausstellung zeigt farbintensive, teils mit Gold gehöhte Auferstehungsszenen der Stunden- und Gebetsbücher einer deutschen Privatsammlung.
Special Exhibition | 11.10.2020 – 07.02.2021
The way the Expressionist painter Emil Nolde (1867–1956) is perceived is shaped by past myth-creation and the present-day deconstruction of these myths, making Nolde a good example of just how era-dependent the appraisal of art is.