After an eight-year renovation full of drama, including a three-year delay, a bankrupt construction company, budget exceedings by millions of euros's - to name but a few - the beautiful, new (empty) Stedelijk Museum opens its doors to the press.
Charles Atlas has made films and videos for over forty years, mainly operating in the New York underground and dance scene. Lately his popularity in the art world is increasing, with projects at Tate Modern, The New Museum, this year's Whitney Biennial and, on view until June 3rd, the exhibition Discount Body Parts at De Hallen in Haarlem.
Seth Siegelaub withdrew from the New York art scene in the early seventies. In relative seclusion, he started collecting textiles from all corners of the world. Part of his extensive collection is now shown in public for the first time in Raven Row in London.
For Beaufort 04 artist Lucy McKenzie has curated a project that spectacularly transformes the facade of the Mu.ZEE in Ostend to the building's original function: a department store. Check the first photo's here.
In Lisse, the heart of tulip country near Haarlem, is a newly renovated castle Kasteel Keukenhof home of a special art project by Gijs Stork. Stork selected work by artists and designers devoted to the relation between art & nature.