In this wide-ranging, thought-provoking and sometimes provocative new book, leading sculptor Antony Gormley, informed and energised by a lifetime of making, and art critic and historian Martin Gayford, explore sculpture as a…
Art collector and museum founder Joop van Caldenborgh was asked the nearly impossible question of selecting his favourites from among the modern and contemporary works he has spent the past six decades collecting.
Take Voorlinden home with this set of 15 postcards. Imagine yourself in the museum with Ron Mueck's giants, Wayne Thiebaud's cakes and Maurizio Cattelan's minilifts. Nice to send and to keep for yourself.
Momentum. The tipping point that unleashes a tectonic shift. An artist is perpetually in search of that instant. The collection exhibition Momentum brings together more than thirty works that give shape to this field of tension.
Piet Oudolf laid out Voorlinden's garden according to a well-considered design, which clearly refers to classical garden architecture. Read more in this leaflet, with information about his working method.
Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010) was a radical figure who pursued her own course with wit, intelligence and daring. This portrait was shot in her Brooklyn studio, in March 1993, in front of the work Ste. Sébastienne.