Dialogue at Museum Beelden aan Zee, Scheveningen
Enjoy the exhibition Henry Moore by the Sea at Museum Beelden aan Zee, The Hague, NL, with an inspiring lecture by Hans van der Gaarden
Henry Moore by the Sea: Form and Material in Museum Beelden aan Zee, The Hague NL, is a large-scale retrospective of the world-famous British artist Henry Moore (1898-1986). The exhibition, which was made in collaboration with the Henry Moore Foundation, focuses on the influence of nature on his work and his growth and development as a sculptor. His sculptures balance on the boundary between figurative and abstract art and continue to be a source of inspiration to artists.
Hans van der Gaarden who is known for his blog ‘Man van Taal’ and has an unique way to talk about visual art which will give us a great introduction to the work we will see in the exhibition.
11.30 Coffee at the museum café
12.00 Talk by Hans van der Gaarden (Library Museum)
13.15 Showroom (Studio aan Zee)
14.00 Lunch (museum)
14.30-15.30 Exhibition visit
15.30 Aftertalk at the beach (100 m from the museum)
Normal: 25,00 EUR
Sculpture Network members: 15,00 EUR
The fee includes the lecture and the coffee.
Entry fee (free acces with Museumjaarkaart) and lunch are not included.
The participation fee is to be paid in cash on site.
Maximum 30 attendees. Members priority.
The number of participants is limited and online registration is required.
Deadline for registration is June 14, 2023.
The program language is Dutch. (English if required)
Museum Beelden aan Zee, restaurant
2586 EL Den Haag, NL
Museum Beelden aan Zee
2586 EL Den Haag
+31 70-358 58 57
De Waterreus (Beachcafé 100m from the museum on the beach)
How to get there
Den Haag CS Tram 9 (Noorderstrand)/Stadsbus 22 Duindorp- halte Scheveningse Slag/Beelden aan Zee
Train & OV fiets 4,45 EUR
Parkeerplaats - APCOA Parking (1.90 m maximum height) at 248 New Park Avenue (Nieuwe Parklaan)
APCOA Parking Strand on Zwolsestraat at a reduced rate of 10 EUR (up to 4 hours)
Yke Prins, Sculpture Network Coordinator The Hague NL
In collaboration with