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The Sixities: A decade of Art and Fashion at the Tropenmuseum

Have you ever been to the TropenMuseum? If not you should. It’s the huge beige building in Linnaeusstraat, inaugurated in 1926 and today one of the biggest ethnographic museum of The Netherlands. But hurry up. Not because they are closing, but because the long lasted exhibition The Sixties – A Worldwide Happening is coming to…

Museums and Grand Tours: 500 years from Jheronimus Bosch’s death

It is mostly known as Den Bosch, but the whole name is ‘s-Hertogenbosch and this year it will celebrate “Bosch 500 year”: a festival throughout the whole province celebrating the half-a-millennium death anniversary of Dutch early painter Jheronimus van Aken. Who!? Yes, him: Jheronimus van Aken, aka Jheronimus Bosch. Better known for his fantastic imagery,…

TEFAF: Worldwide Famous Art Expo arrives in Maastricht

Few know that Maastricht is universally famous for it’s art fair. One of the most important worldwide,  launched in 1975, was known as the “Pictura Fine Art Fair”. The fair specialised in old master paintings and medieval sculptures. Today it is called TEFAF which stands for “The European Fine Art Fair”. This year it will…

DGTL Festival Amsterdam

DGTL Festival: house, techno, revolutionary installations and eco-friendly toilets   Easter is coming. Along with one of the most popular house and techno festival of Europe: DGTL. From March 25th to the 27th, heavyweights of the international scene will indeed be hanging around in Amsterdam Noord. At the NDSM, to be precise.   So on…

The Strangest Exhibition in Amsterdam

The Museum of the Dead: the strangest exhibition in Amsterdam Two dark buildings in Kruislaan 126, a red brick house and a modern glass structure, make one of the most curious museum of the Capital: the Tot Zover.

Urban Gardening in Amsterdam

Urban gardening is becoming more popular and more hip in Amsterdam. This mainly because of the dutch belief in sustainability, positive interaction with nature and improved social engagement due to communal gardening