Culture is a matrix whose elements - art,
language, literature, religion, history, politics, economy, geography, customs and traditions, etc. - reflect the multi-faceted complexity of its nature. Focusing on only one aspect without evoking the others limits our understanding of the whole.
The 27th edition of the Maastricht Art and Antiques Fair finished on March 23, 2014. As usual, it was a great success and lived up to the expectations of being the leading art fair in the world.
Special exhibition space devoted to 200 years of the Kingdom of The Netherlands (within the framework of the “I Love The Hague” photo exhibition, June 2-30, 2015)
The exhibition "The Fabulous Fifties - Fabulous Fashion" is finishing its run at the Gemeentemuseum, Den Haag.
Marc Quinn, “The Littoral Zone” (May 12 – October 15, 2012)
A three-week long photo exhibition “I Love The Hague” by foreign-born photographers opened on May 31, 2012, at the Hague Central Library featuring photographers from Canada, Ukraine, Great Britain, Turkey and France.
A six-week long exhibition runs from May 3 to June 17, 2012 (Oranjestraat1, Den Haag)
“Next week I am going to Paris and I want to look good,” I said to my Dutch hairdresser. Since that was not the first time I worded my hairstyle request that way, he asked me in a typically blunt Dutch fashion: “Are you having an affair?” “Yes,” I answered, “with the city”.
Review of the book written by the grandson of Mykhail Terestchenko (1886-1956), one of
In April an exhibition of Ukrainian art took place in Munich under the title "Approchement. Kyiv-Munich.Part II." The participating artists and their curator Yuri Krulikovsky, director of the Kyiv Arts Support Fund, came at the invitation of their German colleagues whose works were exhibited in Ukraine the previous year.