The Hague museums are offering top exhibitions inspired by the sea under the ‘Cultuur aan Zee’ flag
Twelve museums in The Hague are organising a series of exhibitions for the ‘Feest aan Zee’, in which The Hague celebrates two hundred years of being a seaside resort. These exhibitions focus on the sea as a source of inspiration. Under the title Culture at Sea, visitors to the city are treated to top exhibitions with works by (inter)nationally established artists such as Ossip Zadkine, Jan Toorop, Thierry De Corbier, Piet Mondrian, Ferdinand Bol, Nan Goldin and Jan Dibbets.
Cultuur aan Zee unites no less than twelve larger and smaller museums in The Hague, such as the Gemeentemuseum, Mauritshuis, Museum Voorlinden, The Hague Historical Museum, Panorama Mesdag and Museum Beelden aan Zee. The exhibitions are in line with the celebration of two hundred years of bath culture and the significance of the sea. Discover which traces left the sea, the beach and the dunes and how artists were inspired by it. In-depth info about the different exhibitions is available on the website.
Please note these various events run at different times and on different days. Please check the individual postings online to find out when each exhibition is open. 1 August – 31 October is a general window when many of these exhibitions are available.