Nieuwsbrief
Focus on sculpture
20 February 2014

The dynamic assemblages of Alexandra Bircken

In 2010 the museum acquired four works by Alexandra Bircken (Cologne, 1967) and has continued to follow her development. These works are now displayed as part of her largest solo exhibition outside Germany. READ ON...

Alexandra Bircken, Real Deal, 2011. Henneptouw (5 parts). Ø 53,4 x 48,3 x 40,6 cm each. Courtesy: BQ, Berlin; Herald St, London. Photo: Thomas Müller, New York.
Alexandra Bircken, Real Deal, 2011. Henneptouw (5 parts). Ø 53,4 x 48,3 x 40,6 cm each. Courtesy: BQ, Berlin; Herald St, London. Photo: Thomas Müller, New York.


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Sensory Spaces 3 - Elad Lassry

As part of the Sensory Spaces series, the museum has invited Elad Lassry to make a site-specific installation. Lassry explores the workings of photography in two and three dimensions. READ ON...

Elad Lassry, Untitled (Presence), 2012. Installatie in / Installation at The Kitchen, New York, courtesy David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles
Elad Lassry, Untitled (Presence), 2012. Installatie in / Installation at The Kitchen, New York, courtesy David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles


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All works by Rie and Coper in the collection on display

The museum’s collection of ceramics by Lucie Rie and Hans Coper is currently displayed in the Cloverleaf spaces at the heart of the museum. It is the largest collection of works by these two important potters outside the United Kingdom. READ ON...

Vases by Hans Coper, time period 1960-1980, stoneware. Collection Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam. Photo: Erik & Petra Hesmerg, Amsterdam.
Vases by Hans Coper, time period 1960-1980, stoneware. Collection Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam. Photo: Erik & Petra Hesmerg, Amsterdam.


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