18/01-14/02 Expositions: Pieter de Hooch Unplugged
18 January 2020 00:00 till 14 February 2020 23:00 - By: Communication | Add to my calendar
For nearly a month, you can enjoy extraordinary expositions throughout the city centre of Delft. Pieter de Hooch is, together with Johannes Vermeer, internationally regarded as the most important Delft master of the Dutch Golden Age. Don’t miss it!
During the exposition period, you can visit all kinds of activities, such as:
- Expositions on different locations of photos of modern interiors the way Pieter de Hooch painted them back in the 17th century.
- Lectures about new insights.
- Technical masterpieces.
- Scavenger hunt for the whole family.
On Wednesday 22 January, mayor of Delft Marja van Bijsterveldt and Rector Magnificus Tim van der Hagen will officially open the exposition. You are invited to visit this opening. It starts at 17:00 and takes place in the hall of the city office of the municipality, Stationsplein 1 in Delft. Be welcome!
A Dystiopian View
TU Delft students collaborated with the exposition makers and made algorithmic art reproductions of the original paintings and sculptures that envision a dystopian view on them. An unique way of looking and experiencing the art!
Every day between January 18 and February 14, on different locations in the city centre of Delft. More info here.
There’s no need to enrol, just visit the varying places in the city centre of Delft!
18 January - 14 February | various times | at various places in the city centre of Delft | FREE!
[In co-op with Delft In-Ovatie]