Take a look at the latest press releases.
18 May 2022
Colour as Language: First Retrospective Exhibition of Etel Adnan alongside Works by Vincent van Gogh
From 20 May, the Van Gogh Museum presents Colour as Language, a retrospective of work by artist Etel Adnan (1925-2021).
11 May 2022
Meet Vincent van Gogh Experience Travels to South America for the First Time
Meet Vincent van Gogh, the official 3D experience created by the Van Gogh Museum, opens in the Chilean capital of Santiago on 1 July 2022.
29 March 2022
Previously Unpublished Correspondence Reveals Close Bond Between Collector Bonger and Artist Redon
The temporary exhibition Andries Bonger and Odilon Redon. Kindred Spirits is on display until 3 July 2022.
24 March 2022
Van Gogh Museum and ASML Develop New Teaching Materials about Art and Science
Free interactive lessons for primary and secondary education from the Masterminds & Masterpieces programme.
16 March 2022
Van Gogh Museum Launches Mental Health Programme ‘Open Up with Vincent’
Contributing to greater openness regarding mental health, based on Vincent van Gogh’s life story and art.
9 March 2022
Van Gogh and the Olive Groves on View from 11 March
New exhibition reunites Van Gogh’s paintings of olive trees for the first time.
11 February 2022
Exhibition Maurice Denis: Amour Opens Tomorrow
New exhibition opens during Valentine’s weekend packed with romantic activities
12 January 2022
Van Gogh Museum Acquires Four Remarkable Prints by Mary Cassatt
The new acquisitions will be on display in the permanent collection once the museum reopens.
8 December 2021
Jacqueline van Diessen New Head of VGME at the Van Gogh Museum
The directors of the Van Gogh Museum announce the appointment of Jacqueline van Diessen as Head of Van Gogh Museum Enterprises.
16 November 2021
Van Gogh’s Olive Groves and the First Etel Adnan Retrospective in The Netherlands
Two exhibitions will be on display at the Van Gogh Museum in spring 2022, each on one floor of the museum’s Exhibition Wing. From 11 March: Van Gogh and the Olive Groves and from 20 May the first retrospective of work by Etel Adnan in The Netherlands.