The exhibition is a collaboration of the Drents Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Between 1907 and 1928 researchers from the museum in Boston were involved in the excavations of the finds in Nubia, which is why the American museum now has the most diverse Nubian collection in the world. Nubia will be on show at the Drents Museum from 16 December 2018 up to and including 5 May 2019.
Since 1 September the Heritage Center De Domijnen in Sittard has been opened. Kinkorn designed the historical and archaeological department on the ground floor.
Jews and the House of Orange
From 18 April to 30 September 2018, there will be an exhibition on the relationship between the Jewish community in the Netherlands and the House of Orange.
Prison Museum Veenhuizen
The Prison Museum tells the story of the village's progression from a colony for orphans and beggars, to a state labour institution and finally as a prison village.
The new University of Louvain museum, the Musée L, has opened its doors to the public on 18 November 2017, in a unique building that is the university’s architectural beacon in Louvain-laNeuve, designed by the Belgian architect André Jacqmain.
Maritime Museum Harbour | Rotterdam
The Maritime Museum Harbour in Rotterdam contains an exceptional collection of historic vessels and cranes, which the museum maintain in working condition.
Royal Palace Amsterdam | 50 years NL
On Friday evening 28 April 2017, His Majesty the King and Her Majesty Queen Máxima will receive 150 guests for a birthday dinner at the Royal Palace Amsterdam. After the dinner, the palace will be opened to the public for a period of 50 hours.
Natonal Museum of Antiquities | Egypt
Over 1400 objects from the world-renowned Egyptian collection of the Rijksmuseum van Oudheden are on display in the permanent exhibition Egypt.
Out of the Bieb
Nine artists travel the world in search of inspiration for the Library.
National Archives of the Netherlands
The exhibition 24 Hours with William I.
Body Art is an exhibition about body modifications in the widest sense, from make-up and tattoos to implants below the skin and surgical changes. Across time and cultures. The central question is – why do people alter their body?
The lost kingdom. William I and Belgium
In 2015 it will be 200 years since the Netherlands and Belgium were unified in the Kingdom of the Netherlands, under King William I. The kingdom held out for 15 years, from 1815 to 1830. Opening at STAM on October 15th 2015 is an exhibition about these 15 years with King William I on the throne and the early years of Belgian independence. The exhibition centres on the figure of William I, the first and only king of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands. He reigned as an enlightened despot, but he also did a great deal to stimulate economic progress.
De Goudsberg Lunteren
Sacred Places, Sacred Books
‘Sacred Places, Sacred Books’ brings Rome, Mecca and Jerusalem to Antwerp. Discover the differences and similarities between Judaism, Christianity and Islam. More than 200 works of art, historical and religious treasures await you.
On Friday, June 27, His Majesty King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands attended the reopening of the newly renovated Mauritshuis in Den Haag.
The Netherlands Open Air Museum
Museum of imprisonment Veenhuizen
On April 25, the exhibition "Het Staatshotel" opens in Museum of imprisonment Veenhuizen.
Museum Aan de Stroom
Exhibition "Sacred Places, Sacred Books". From 19 September 2014 to 18 January 2015 in the MAS | Museum aan de Stroom and from 19 September 2014 to 21 December 2014 in the Hendrik Conscience Heritage Library.
Mauritshuis, The Hague
On 27 June 2014 the Mauritshuis in The Hague will open following a major renovation. The opening exhibition will tell the story of this historic building and its occupants and will be held in the new exhibition hall in the new wing. It will be a fitting tribute to the rich history of the Mauritshuis.
The Museum Plantin-Moretus is unique. It is just as if after 440 years the working day is about to begin for the type founders, compositors, printers and proofreaders in the world-famous printing works.
Information Centre It Fryske Gea
Upcoming Friday, October 4 opens the first Saltmarsh Center Netherlands in Hallum,.
Park is a new art initiative founded by visual artist Rob Moonen. Park feels the necessity of a platform situated somewhere between Kunstpodium T and Museum De Pont. Park hopes to accomplish this by creating a series of exhibitions in the former Goretti chapel at the Wilhelminapark in Tilburg.
Heavy Metal at Royal Palace of Brussels
The exhibition 'Heavy Metal - Traditional Sounds from Asia' opens as of 1 August 2013.
5 years Pupil/Master project
This exhibition at De Pont will be dedicated to the Pupil/Master project initiated in 2008 by Zeus Hoenderop, founder and director of Kunstpodium T in Tilburg.
11 November 2011 until 5 February 2012 in Centraal Museum Utrecht "The Bloemaert effect, Colour and composition in the Golden Age"
Cultural route Floriade 2012
The curse of Veenhuizen
Kinkorn has been selected by the Museum of Imprisonment to design The curse of Veenhuizen.
The JrSr script will be translated into an exciting museumtour to add an extra experience for children.
Kinkorn has designed the exhibition "Unknown Macedonia" for Catharijneconvent Utrecht. Never outside Macedonia exposed ikons, ikonastasis and gold treasures.
Archaeology of the Netherlands
January 13, 2011
The new department "Archaeology of the Netherlands" is officially opened.