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New acquisitions: nine Mondrians (1099-1908)

May 28, 2022 from 07:00 AM to 08:00 AM

In the year that Mondrian's 150th birthday is being celebrated, Mondriaanhuis, the birthplace of the painter in Amersfoort, is acquiring nine early Mondrians from the period 1899-1908. This exceptional acquisition has been made possible thanks to generous support from the Rembrandt Association and the Municipality of Amersfoort, among others. The new acquisitions will be on show from 15 February until 20 February 2022.

BlOeM! by Bob Negryn

Nov 06, 2021 to Feb 20, 2022

Bob Negryn approaches the world around him as an interplay of colors and shapes, which he captures in balanced compositions. The Mondriaan House displays a selection of Negryn's fascinating and powerful floral compositions.

Ode to the landscape

Jun 05, 2021 to Oct 31, 2021

The Dutch landscape has been a source of inspiration for artists for centuries. Piet Mondrian also had a keen eye for the nature around him. Although he is best known for his abstract compositions, he painted many landscapes at the start of his career. A number of these early works are now on display in the Mondriaan House. They have been brought together with the work of three contemporary artists, who have each captured the landscape in their own way: Frans Kanters, Suus Kooijman and John Konijn.

Past

New acquisitions: nine Mondrians (1099-1908)

May 28, 2022 from 07:00 AM to 08:00 AM

In the year that Mondrian's 150th birthday is being celebrated, Mondriaanhuis, the birthplace of the painter in Amersfoort, is acquiring nine early Mondrians from the period 1899-1908. This exceptional acquisition has been made possible thanks to generous support from the Rembrandt Association and the Municipality of Amersfoort, among others. The new acquisitions will be on show from 15 February until 20 February 2022.

BlOeM! by Bob Negryn

Nov 06, 2021 to Feb 20, 2022

Bob Negryn approaches the world around him as an interplay of colors and shapes, which he captures in balanced compositions. The Mondriaan House displays a selection of Negryn's fascinating and powerful floral compositions.

Ode to the landscape

Jun 05, 2021 to Oct 31, 2021

The Dutch landscape has been a source of inspiration for artists for centuries. Piet Mondrian also had a keen eye for the nature around him. Although he is best known for his abstract compositions, he painted many landscapes at the start of his career. A number of these early works are now on display in the Mondriaan House. They have been brought together with the work of three contemporary artists, who have each captured the landscape in their own way: Frans Kanters, Suus Kooijman and John Konijn.

Equilibrium

Nov 19, 2020 to Apr 18, 2021

For the Equilibrium exhibition, the Mondriaanhuis asked Elise van der Linden and Henriëtte van ’t Hoog to find inspiration from Mondriaan’s quest for balance.

Spakenburg Divas in the Mondriaanhuis

Mar 15, 2020 to Oct 25, 2020

In this photo exhibition, the world of abstract art by Piet Mondriaan flows surprisingly together with the world of folk culture.

25 x 25 x 25

Sep 25, 2019 to Mar 08, 2020

On October 1, 2019, the Mondriaanhuis in Amersfoort exists 25 years. In that context, the museum organizes the exhibition '25 x 25 x 25'. Twenty-five members of De Ploegh, the famous Dutch artists' association, have created a work of 25 x 25 centimeters especially for this exhibition.

Mon : fleur

Mar 17, 2019 to Sep 15, 2019

Until 15 September 2019, the Mondriaanhuis will display work by Sally Pittman: ‘Mon: fleur’. Her art objects can be seen in two halls of the museum.

Reflection - Herman Coppus

Nov 03, 2018 to Mar 10, 2019

Under the heading of ‘Reflection’, the Mondriaanhuis (Mondrian House) displays various works by Herman Coppus. Two halls of the museum exhibit paper reliefs and glass and bronze sculptures.

Natural Landscapes

May 18, 2018 to Oct 28, 2018

Piet Mondriaan (1872 – 1944) mainly became known as a pioneer of abstract art, but he only started experimenting with this style around his forties and after he left for Paris. Before that time, he painted realistic scenes in which nature played a leading role. From Friday 18 May 2018, the Mondriaanhuis will feature an exhibition that focuses on Mondriaan’s figurative period.