In ‘Radical Austria – Everything is Architecture’, you will discover the mind-expanding, boundary-shifting and socially critical work of the Austrian avant-garde in the 1960s and 70s.
Meret Oppenheim (1913–1985) was a Surrealist who didn’t want to be called a Surrealist. A feminist who didn’t like ‘women’s art’. World-renowned but agonized by her fame. This exhibition introduces you to Oppenheim and her playful and ironic work.
Design Museum Den Bosch is presenting Benno Premsela’s jewellery collection this spring under the title Warrior and Seducer. Benno Premsela (1920–1997) was a designer, interior decorator and leading figure in the post-war Dutch art world. He was also a prominent champion of LGBT rights in the Netherlands.
At the top of the monumental, spiral staircase of the museum, you can see a new permanent ceramics collection exhibition with works by Pablo Picasso and Kenneth Price, among many others.
Lucio Fontana is one of the twentieth century’s most important avant-garde artists. The jewellery and ceramics collection of the museum forms the basis of the exhibition, supplemented by paintings, interiors and light objects. Fontana’s Ambienti Spaziali can be seen in the Netherlands again for the first time since 1967.
Goth is the world’s biggest subculture, steeped in an undefined yearning for the dark side of life. This exhibition looks for the subculture’s wellspring and presents a cultural history packed with dramatic imaginings, ominous design and melancholic art.