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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Studiedag Antwerpen: Het belang van private kunstcollecties in België en Nederland, van de 19de eeuw tot vandaag
13 maart 2020, 9.00 – 18.15 uur, Rubenarium, Antwerpen
Museum Mayer van den Bergh, het Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten Antwerpen (KMSKA) en het Rubenianum organiseren een studiedag rond verzamelen, herwaarderen en schenken. Aanleiding is de tentoonstelling Madonna ontmoet Dulle Griet, een expo over collectioneurs Fritz Mayer van den Bergh en Florent van Ertborn, en de publicatie van een nieuw boek dat gewijd is aan 200 jaar kunstschenkingen aan het KMSKA.
RKD Talk: ‘Benijdenswaardig handig’: Tholen en de kunstmarkt
Donderdag 13 februari, 17.00 uur, RKD Den Haag.
Op 9 februari 2020 opent in het Dordrechts Museum de tentoonstelling Willem Bastiaan Tholen. Een gelukkige natuur. RKD-conservator Evelien de Visser en Suzanne Veldink, hoofd Museale Zaken bij Panorama Mesdag, schreven mee aan de tentoonstellings-catalogus en vertellen tijdens de RKD Talk op donderdag 13 februari over hun onderzoek. Tickets zijn nu verkrijgbaar in de RKD webshop.
“Spiegel van de werkelijkheid: 19de-eeuwse schilderkunst in Nederland” by Jenny Reynaerts, Mercatorfonds/Rijksmuseum, 2019
English version: “Mirror of Reality. Nineteenth century Painting in the Netherlands“
It is the first time in 70 years that a current overview of 19th-century painting has been offered in the Netherlands. The last standard work on 19th-century painting in the Netherlands was published in 1948.
Vincent van Gogh, George Hendrik Breitner and Jozef Israëls are internationally renowned Dutch painters from the 19th century. But Dutch art from this time has much more to offer. Jenny Reynaerts sheds new light on changes in the art market, stylistic developments and the relationship between Dutch and foreign artists. More than 500 of the best and most relevant paintings have been selected for this publication: famous and hardly known works and even a number of discoveries. The book is designed by Irma Boom.
Dr. Jenny Reynaerts has been a senior curator of paintings at the Rijksmuseum since 2003 and a specialist in this field. Within the Rijksmuseum she was closely involved in the renewed arrangement of the presentation of 19th-century art, which is considered to be the largest overview in the world of the best that Dutch painting has to offer in the 19th century.
Jenny Reynaerts is also involved as a guest curator at the Museum Singer Laren for the exhibition Spiegel van de Ziel. Toorop tot Mondriaan, for which the final chapter of the book forms its base. The exhibition can be seen from 14 January to 10 May 2020 in Museum Singer Laren.
“Alles voor Vincent – Het leven van Jo Van Gogh-Bonger” by Hans Luijten Prometheus, 2019. €35,-
When the brothers passed away shortly after each other, Jo assumed responsibility for Van Gogh’s artistic legacy. From 1891 up to her death, she dedicated herself to raising awareness of Vincent’s art and letters.
Author Hans Luijten (Senior Researcher at the Van Gogh Museum) uses a wealth of source material to sketch the multifaceted life of this committed woman, who in the decades around 1900, acted decisively in a world dominated by men. Jo was not only active in the art and cultural sphere, but also in the Social Democratic Workers’ Party (the predecessor of the Labour Party) and the burgeoning women’s rights movement, which fought for better working conditions for women. Luijten: ‘Jo van Gogh-Bonger is perhaps not a household name, but she was a force to be reckoned with. I am delighted that we are now able to tell her life story in such detail’. More information
Van Gogh Museum Visiting Fellow in the History of Nineteenth-Century Art
Artists’ and Collectors’ Museums: Display, (Self-)Representation, Evolution
From 7-11 June 2020 (Research) MA students in Art History and related fields will have the opportunity to participate in the annual Van Gogh Museum Visiting Fellow in the History of Nineteenth-Century Art seminar, sponsored by the Van Gogh Museum and the University of Amsterdam.
This year’s Visiting Fellow is Prof. Dario Libero Gamboni. University of Geneva, Switzerland. Gamboni completed his studies at the University of Lausanne and EHESS, Paris. He has pubished widely on various areas of nineteenth-century art history, with a focus on the period around 1900, including on the relationship between art and literature; iconoclasm and vandalism; the question of visual ambiguity; and the artists Paul Gauguin and Odilon Redon. One of his recent topics has been artists’ and collectors’ museums, the subject of this year’s seminar.
NEW ESNAblog | How do we remember the past?
Exhibition review Black Models: from Géricault to Matisse
By Lisa Lambrechts – Curator in Training at the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam