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Rembrandt & Jan Six: An Amsterdam friendship

7 September - 29 November 2010. The Rijksmuseum temporarily displays Rembrandt
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Singsongs, Treasures from the Forbidden City

15 October - 31 March 2011. Three years ago, eight antique Chinese musical clocks from the imperial collection of Bejing's Palace Museum of the Forbidden City were brought to the world-renowned Speelk...
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Ilse Frech: Zjeitu

9 October - 9 January 2010. As part of the thirteenth edition of Document Nederland, the Rijksmuseum's annual photography assignment, photographer Ilse Frech stayed 4 months on Cura
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All eyes on Kees van Dongen

18 September 2010 - 23 January 2011. Born in Rotterdam, Dutch artist Kees van Dongen (1877 - 1968) shared a studio with Picasso in Paris at the turn of the century, and became highly regarded as a pai...
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Dutch Cows: Cattle Pieces from the Rijksmuseum

15 July - 8 November 2010. This unusual exhibition at the Rijksmuseum plays homage to the cow in paintings. The show comprises nine 17th-century cattle pieces from the museum's own collection, offerin...
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13 June 2010 - 6 January 2011. Like a magpie, Dutch fashion designer and performance artist Aziz Bekkaoui is attracted to all that glitters. With this (literally) dazzling exhibition, Bekkaoui examine...
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Dusk and Dawn

11 June - 12 September 2010. Erwin Olaf is an award-winning photographer and film maker with an international reputation. Born in Holland in 1959, Olaf's work tends to be both ironic and provocative....
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Concertgebouw: Robeco Summer Concerts

Each year a series of summer concerts takes place in Amsterdam. Funded and co-ordinated by Robeco, a financial institution in Rotterdam, the festival has become something of an institution itself....
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Amsterdam’s canal belt: the expansion of Amsterdam in the Golden Age

1 June - 6 September 2010. Through a selection of paintings, prints and maps, the Rijksmuseum celebrates the city's canals which were synonymous with the massive growth of 17th-century Amsterdam....
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Joan Miró: Dutch Interiors

17 June - 13 September 2010. Surrealist painter Joan Mir
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Matisse to Malevich: Pioneers of Modern Art from the Hermitage

6 March - 17 September 2010. On display for the first time in the Netherlands, the paintings in this exhibition hail from the Hermitage in St Petersburg, home to one of the world
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Amsterdam’s earliest photographs 1845-1875

22 April - 27 June 2010. The City Archives presents a comprehensive overview of life in Holland between 1845 and 1875. Drawing from extensive photographic resources from the Netherlands as well as for...
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Don Lawrence

16 March - 5 September 2010. Don Lawrence was a renowned British cartoonist and science fiction illustrator (1928 - 2003). Known as something of a hellraiser in his youth, he failed to achieve the rec...
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Imagine Film Festival

14 April - 24 April 2010. Amsterdam's Imagine Film Festival began in 1984 as a two-night event. Now in its 26th year, the cult festival attracts a large and loyal following, and features the best of t...
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Amsterdam Tulip Days

On 24 and 25 April, the city of Amsterdam is holding its first annual Tulip Days festival. Both historical and contemporary tulips have been planted all around the city - in the gardens of the histori...
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Paul Gauguin: The Breakthrough into Modernity

19 February - 6 June 2010. 60 works of art by Paul Gauguin are on display in the Van Gogh Museum. Comprising paintings, sculpture and ceramics, many of the works are on loan from as far afield as Wash...
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Keukenhof Gardens

18 March - 16 May 2010. Established in Lisse over 60 years ago, Keukenhof gardens are now among the world's most spectacular flower gardens, producing 7 million flowers each spring. Planted imaginativ...
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Kandinsky & der blaue Reiter

6 February - 24 May 2010. This exhibition examines the art movement known as 'Der Blaue Reiter' whose brightly coloured paintings caused a storm in early twentieth century Munich. These artists were t...
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St Hubertus Hunting Lodge

18 January - 1 April 2010. Designed by architect H.P. Berlage, the St Hubertus hunting lodge was built in 1920 and has since become one of Holland's most important monuments. Legend has it that a...
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Maroon culture from Suriname

Until 9 May 2010. 300 years ago the Maroon people were taken by force from Africa and shipped to Suriname as Dutch slave labour. From here they escaped and built an independent culture for themselves,...


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