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The Turing Foundation aims to let people in The Netherlands enjoy visual arts, music, and poetry.

The Turing Foundation therefor supports expositions of the visual arts , live performances of classical music , and Dutch poetry in The Netherlands.

Below, you will find an impression of the most important initiatives that we have previously supported.

Also see the Art Agenda.

Most recent projects:
'Frida Kahlo. Viva la Frida', Drents Museum
October 2019
'Frida Kahlo. Viva la Frida', Drents Museum, 2020-2021
In 2020 the Drents Museum is organising the largest project in the museum's history: an exhibition on Mexican artist Frida... more
The Battle of Livorno (detail), Willem van de Velde de Oude (1610-1693)
October 2019
'Willem van de Velde: Father & Son', Scheepvaartmuseum Amsterdam, 2020-2021
From October 2020 the National Maritime Museum is presenting an exhibition on Willem van de Velde the... more
Angry Young Beethoven Festival, De Doelen, Rotterdam, 2020
October 2019
Angry Young Beethoven Festival, De Doelen, Rotterdam, 2020
The 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) is the reason for De Doelen concert hall in... more
Poetry Week gift book, 2020
October 2019
Poetry Week gift book, 2020
The CPNB (Dutch Foundation to Promote Reading of Dutch Books) has been organising Poetry Week since 2009, with the aim of making poetry more familiar to... more
Les Trois Graces, Niki de Saint Phalle, 1995-2003
vanaf 5 oktober
'Niki de Saint Phalle aan Zee', Museum Beelden aan Zee, Scheveningen, 2019-2020
The work of the French sculptor and painter Niki de Saint Phalle (1930-2002) is regarded as Nouveau... more
'Van Gogh's Intimates', Noortbrabants Museum, Den Bosch
vanaf 21 september
"Van Gogh's Intimates", Noortbrabants Museum, Den Bosch, 2019-2020
Based on Vincent van Gogh's art collection, the exhibition "Van Gogh's intimates: friends, family, models" will be... more
Sprezzatura, 50 years of Italian Painting 1860-1910, Drents Museum
Drents Museum
Sprezzatura, 50 years of Italian Painting 1860-1910, Drents Museum, 2019
In 2019 the Drents Museum is organising an exhibition on Italian painting in the period 1860 - 1910. Over 70... more
'Monet. The garden paintings',   Kunstmuseum Den Haag
vanaf 12 oktober
"Monet. The garden paintings", Kunstmuseum Den Haag, 2019-2020
For the first time in 30 years the Kunstmuseum Den Haag is organising a monographic exhibition on Claude Monet... more
'Pieter de Hooch in Delft', Museum Prinsenhof Delft
vanaf 11 oktober
Main Supporter 'Pieter de Hooch in Delft', Museum Prinsenhof Delft, 2019-2020
Never before has Pieter de Hooch been seen monographically in the Netherlands, even though everyone... more
Expositions
Drents Museum 'Frida Kahlo. Viva la Frida', Drents Museum, 2020-2021
In 2020 the Drents Museum is organising the largest project in the museum's history: an exhibition on Mexican artist Frida Kahlo (1907-1954). Kahlo's predominantly autobiographical work is classified as magical realism and is characterised by her use of bright colours and Mexican folklore motifs. About 145 works from two Mexican collections - paintings and drawings from Museo Dolores Olmedo and personal objects from Museo Frida Kahlo - give an overview of Frida Kahlo's life and work. The works from the aforementioned collections have never been exhibited together before and most of Kahlo's works have never been seen in the Netherlands. This makes the exhibition a first in all respects.

The Turing Foundation is contributing €75,000 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between 11 October 2020 and 28 March 2021.

See also: Drents Museum: other projects

'Frida Kahlo. Viva la Frida', Drents Museum
'Frida Kahlo. Viva la Frida', Drents Museum



Scheepvaartmuseum Amsterdam 'Willem van de Velde: Father & Son', Scheepvaartmuseum Amsterdam, 2020-2021
From October 2020 the National Maritime Museum is presenting an exhibition on Willem van de Velde the Elder (1611-1693) and his son Willem van de Velde the Younger (1633-1707). The pair worked together for forty years in a thriving and international family studio and set the tone in seascape painting in the seventeenth century. Willem van de Velde the Elder was expert at detailed pen paintings and Willem van de Velde the Younger excelled in the production of oil paintings. The overview will consist of around 40 paintings and 35 drawings by the two Van de Veldes (mostly from foreign collections), varying from small sketches to monumental naval battles and supplemented with, among other things, model ships and a special tapestry.

The Turing Foundation is contributing €40,000 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between 2 October 2020 and 11 April 2021.

The Battle of Livorno (detail), Willem van de Velde de Oude (1610-1693)
The Battle of Livorno (detail), Willem van de Velde de Oude (1610-1693)



Van Gogh Museum 'Gustav Klimt. Inspired by Monet, Van Gogh, Matisse', Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, 2020-2021
The Austrian artist Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) lived and worked in Vienna's belle époque, a period of unparalleled artistic achievement. Klimt was a member of the symbolist art movement and gained particular fame for his later work, characterised by decorative ornamentalism and suggestive-erotic symbolism. The Van Gogh Museum is organising a retrospective on Gustav Klimt in which the influence of international avant-garde art on Klimt's oeuvre is illustrated: from Whistler and Toorop, via Monet and Rodin, to Van Gogh and Matisse. 50 works by Gustav Klimt and 50 works by contemporaries are being brought to Amsterdam. The exhibition will then continue at the Österreichische Galerie Belvedere in Vienna.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 100,000 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between 2 October 2020 and 10 January 2021.

See also:
      Van Gogh was een familieman (NRC)
      Van Gogh Museum: other projects

Judith I (a.k.a. Judith und Holofernes), Gustav Klimt, 1901
Judith I (a.k.a. Judith und Holofernes), Gustav Klimt, 1901



Dordrechts Museum 'In the light of Cuyp. Aelbert Cuyp & Gainsborough - Constable - Turner', Dordrechts Museum, 2020-2021
The landscape painter Aelbert Cuyp (1620-1691) lived and worked for his entire life in the town of Dordrecht. During his life his work was sold predominantly in and around Dordrecht, but in the mid-eighteenth century his art was discovered by English art collectors, resulting in 'Cuyp mania'. Aelbert Cuyp's work had a major impact on English landscape painters in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Painters such as Thomas Gainsborough, John Constable and J.M.W. Turner particularly admired his work. The Dordrechts Museum is marking the 400th centenary of the artist's birth with an ambitious exhibition on Aelbert Cuyp's influence on English landscape painting. 35 of Cuyp's paintings and an equal number of his successors' paintings from foreign (mainly British) collections will be coming to Dordrecht.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 40,000 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between 27 September 2020 and 14 March 2021.

Gezicht op Dordrecht, Aelbert Cuyp, Kenwood House, Londen
Gezicht op Dordrecht, Aelbert Cuyp, Kenwood House, Londen



Beelden aan Zee 'Niki de Saint Phalle aan Zee', Museum Beelden aan Zee, Scheveningen, 2019-2020
The work of the French sculptor and painter Niki de Saint Phalle (1930-2002) is regarded as Nouveau Realism and is associated with Pop Art. The self-taught Saint Phalle played an important role in female empowerment in the art world in the 1960s and 1970s, and she is renowned for her monumental works, including the Nanas - opulent, brightly coloured female figures. These cheerful primaeval mothers are an ode to women as the source of life. These Nanas, also called bathers, are the focus of the retrospective exhibition 'Niki de Saint Phalle at Sea' at Museum Beelden aan Zee. A total of 80 international loans will illustrate the Nanas development in all their diversity from 1965. The Nanas will not be highlighted solely as an iconic image of women but will also be placed in the context of the ongoing discussion of gender relations, equal treatment and the #metoo movement.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 25,000 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between 5 October 2019 and 1 March 2020.

See also:
      Traumatische jeugd: Felle kleuren van Niki's Nana-beelden verhullen verdriet (AD)
      De nana's van Niki de Saint Phallie schuren tegen kitsch aan (Het Parool)
      Beelden aan Zee viert jubileum met Niki de Saint Phalle (Noord Hollands Dagblad)
      Traumatische jeugd: Felle kleuren van Nik's Nana-beelden verhullen verdriet (AD)
      Beelden aan Zee: other projects

Les Trois Graces, Niki de Saint Phalle, 1995-2003
Les Trois Graces, Niki de Saint Phalle, 1995-2003



Museum Helmond Lucas van Gassel, Meester van het landschap, Museum Helmond, 2020
In 2020 Museum Helmond is organising the first retrospective exhibition on the Helmond-born Lucas Gassel (1480/1500 - 1568/69), a landscape painter famous in his time. A total of 62 works from around the world are coming to Helmond, seventeen of which are paintings and eight drawings by Lucas Gassel - almost all the artist's surviving works. The other works are by contemporaries and followers. The exhibition on Gassel's work and life is the culmination of the Gassel year 2019 - the 450th anniversary of the artist's death, which is being grandly commemorated in Helmond.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 30,000 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between 10 March and 7 June 2020.

See also:
      Gassels uit hele wereld komen 'thuis' (Eindhovens Dagblad)
      Dertigduizend euro subsidie voor expositie over Lucas Gassel in Helmond (Brabant Cultureel)

Lucas Gassel Vlucht naar Egypte (1542)
Lucas Gassel Vlucht naar Egypte (1542)



EYE Filmmuseum Francis Alÿs, Eye Filmmuseum, Amsterdam, 2019-2020
Eye Filmmuseum is presenting an exhibition on the Belgian-Mexican artist Francis Alÿs (1959) in the winter of 2019/20. Francis Alÿs is internationally renowned for his engaged video and film art, and his performance and visual art. It is mainly focused on daily life in Mexico City. He also focuses on border locations and conflict zones, investigating the role of artists in socially and politically charged places. The Children's Games exhibition shows eighteen large video works in which playing children have the leading role. The recordings were made in both peaceful towns and villages and places in conflict.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 30,000 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between 19 December 2019 and 8 March 2020.

Francis Alÿs, Reel/Unreel, 2011
Francis Alÿs, Reel/Unreel, 2011



Design Museum Den Bosch "Geert Lap - Specific Objects", Design Museum Den Bosch, 2019
The ceramic oeuvre of the Dutch designer and artist Geert Lap (1951-2017) can be regarded as a relentless search for perfection; the perfect symbiosis of shape, colour and material. Lap's work is held in high regard. It is collected in the Netherlands and internationally and can be found in Dutch and international museum collections. The Design Museum Den Bosch is presenting the first oeuvre overview of Geert Lap's work. It's collection of his works (28 pieces) will be complemented with representative loans of Lap's oeuvre. It will be the first time that the series 99 variations (1993) has been exhibited in full since its creation.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 5,000 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between 1 June and 1 August 2019.

See also:
      Geert Laps vernietigende hamer is onderdeel van zijn kunst (NRC)
      Het werk van Geert Lap vastgelegd (FD Persoonlijk)
      De wereld van de architect (architectuur.nl)
      Design Museum Den Bosch: other projects

'Geert Lap - Specific Objects', Design Museum Den Bosch
"Geert Lap - Specific Objects", Design Museum Den Bosch



Noordbrabants Museum "Van Gogh's Intimates", Noortbrabants Museum, Den Bosch, 2019-2020
Based on Vincent van Gogh's art collection, the exhibition "Van Gogh's intimates: friends, family, models" will be in the Noordbrabants Museum. The exhibition is focused on Vincent van Gogh's relationships with the people who played an important role in his life and work: family, friends and fellow artists. As well as paintings from museums and private collections in the Netherlands and abroad, the exhibition includes letters, sketchbooks and other objects which say something about the relationship between Van Gogh and his intimates. The museum wants the exhibition to link the artist more closely to his native region, Brabant.

The Turing Foundation is contributing €40,000 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between September 2019 and January 2020.

See also:
      'Van Goghs Intimi - vrienden, familie, modellen': De zachte kant van Vincent van Gogh (ED)
      Vincent van Gogh had veel vrienden, familie en geliefden, bewijst tentoonstelling in Den Bosch (Omroep Brabant)

'Van Gogh's Intimates', Noortbrabants Museum, Den Bosch
"Van Gogh's Intimates", Noortbrabants Museum, Den Bosch



Drents Museum Sprezzatura, 50 years of Italian Painting 1860-1910, Drents Museum, 2019
In 2019 the Drents Museum is organising an exhibition on Italian painting in the period 1860 - 1910. Over 70 works from approximately 30 (mostly Italian) collections give an impression of the development of Italian painting in the five decades after the unification of Italy in 1861 - the risorgimento. The overview consists of works by around fifty artists and includes a wide variety of styles and themes, most of which have never previously been exhibited in the Netherlands.

The Turing Foundation is contributing €20,000 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between 2 June and 3 November 2019.

See also:
      De sprezzatura druipt er niet vanaf, in de tentoonstelling Sprezzatura (Volkskrant)
      De beloofde losheid is ver te zoeken op 'Sprezzatura' (NRC Handelsblad)
      Sprezzatura: virtuoze Italiaanse penseelkunstenaars op zoek naar een eigen stijl (Trouw)
      Sprezzatura: de kunst van 'nonchalance' (AvroTros)
      Sprezzatura - 50 jaar Italiaanse Schilderkunst (RTV Drenthe)
      Drents Museum verruimt de blik met verborgen Italiaanse schatten uit de negentiende eeuw (DvhN)
      Vijftig jaar virtuose Italiaanse schilderkunst in Sprezzatura (HC)
      Drents Museum: other projects

Sprezzatura, 50 years of Italian Painting 1860-1910, Drents Museum
Sprezzatura, 50 years of Italian Painting 1860-1910, Drents Museum



Kunstmuseum Den Haag "Monet. The garden paintings", Kunstmuseum Den Haag, 2019-2020
For the first time in 30 years the Kunstmuseum Den Haag is organising a monographic exhibition on Claude Monet (1840-1926), in which the artist's development in the last 25 years of his life will take centre stage. Monet retired around 1900 to his home in Giverny, where he focused on depicting his flowery garden. The work he created there was initially still impressionist, but over time Monet used an increasingly expressive and almost abstract visual language. Exhibiting Monet's images of water lilies and wisteria clearly demonstrates this development. As well as two works from its own collection, the Gemeentemuseum is displaying more than 30 works from foreign collections.

The Turing Foundation is contributing €75,000 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between 12 October 2019 and 2 February 2020

See also:
      De leliebladeren van Monet als voetstappen op een spiegelvloer. 4 Sterren (NRC)
      Tentoonstelling rond waterlelies van Claude Monet: Meditatief, maar ooit verguisd (AD)
      Waterlelies hielden Monet uit zijn slaag (Telegraaf)
      Kunstmuseum Den Haag: other projects

'Monet. The garden paintings',   Kunstmuseum Den Haag
"Monet. The garden paintings", Kunstmuseum Den Haag



Rembrandthuis "Rembrandts Social Network", Het Rembrandthuis Amsterdam, 2019
The Rembrandt House Museum is opening the Rembrandt Year 2019 with an exhibition entitled 'Rembrandt's Social Network' - devoted to Rembrandt's family and friends and the role they played in his life and work. It looks at artist friends, loyal friends and 'blood relatives'. The overview of 60 works, with an emphasis on Rembrandt's informal art works by and for intimates, provides insight into Rembrandt's world and intimate circle. A total of approximately nine foreign loans are coming to Amsterdam, including the 'Portrait of Titus' (Museum of Art Baltimore, c. 1660) which has not previously been exhibited in the Netherlands.

The Turing Foundation is contributing €25,000 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between 2 February and 5 May 2019.

See also:
      Ontroerende portretten van Rembrandt's vrienden en familie (NRC)
      Een Rembrandt-tentoonstelling in het licht van zijn vrienden en relaties (Parool)
      Rembrandt: genius or narcissist? (The Daily Telegraph)
      Rembrandthuis: other projects

Portrait of Titus (1660), Rembrandt van Rijn, Baltimore Museum of Art
Portrait of Titus (1660), Rembrandt van Rijn, Baltimore Museum of Art



Stedelijk Museum Schiedam Main supporter "Manzoni in Holland", Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, 2019
Piero Manzoni was one of the great innovators in visual arts in the 20th century. In his short life (1933-1963) he produced an impressive oeuvre and was highly influential on the development of conceptual art. The Stedelijk Museum Schiedam's 'Manzoni in Holland' exhibition is the first time in almost 50 years that his work is being exhibited on a large scale in the Netherlands. It shows Manzoni's artistic development in the context of his collaboration with Dutch galleries and artists, and his influence on the Dutch nul-kunstenaars ('zero artists'), conceptual artists in the 1960s, and the ZERO movement in Rotterdam and internationally.

The Turing Foundation is contributing €50,000 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between 16 February and 2 June 2019.

See also:
      Voor Manzoni kon alles kunst zijn, ook een blikje poep (Trouw)
      Zorgvuldig gebakken lucht (Parool)
      Kat of shit, beide kunnen kunst zijn (NRC)
      Alles van Manzoni is kunst (AD)
      Stedelijk Museum Schiedam: other projects

Exposition 'Manzoni in Holland', Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, 2019
Exposition "Manzoni in Holland", Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, 2019



Stedelijk Museum de Lakenhal 'Young Rembrandt', Stedelijk Museum De Lakenhal, Leiden, 2019-2020
2019 will be the 350th anniversary of Rembrandt's death, and has been declared 'Rembrandt and the Golden Age' year. Museum De Lakenhal in Leiden, the city of Rembrandt's birth, is marking this with an exhibition about the artist's early work. Consisting of over 140 works, including many special foreign loans of pieces that have not been seen in the Netherlands before or for many years, the exhibition gives insight into the early development of Rembrandt's exceptional artistic talent.

The Turing Foundation is contributing €30,000 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between 1 November 2019 and 9 February 2020

See also: Stedelijk Museum de Lakenhal: other projects

'Young Rembrandt', Stedelijk Museum De Lakenhal, Leiden, 2019-2020
'Young Rembrandt', Stedelijk Museum De Lakenhal, Leiden, 2019-2020



Keramiekmuseum Princessehof 'Made in Holland: world brand for 400 years', Ceramics Museum Princessehof, Leeuwarden, 2018-2019
Dutch ceramics have been known around the world for centuries. Manufacturers used foreign styles and techniques to produce their products. These new ceramics were successfully produced and then exported on a large scale. Ceramics Museum Princessehof's exhibition Made in Holland: world brand for 400 years explores the development and distribution of ceramic techniques, styles and products, centred on the Netherlands.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 56,506 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between 2 June 2018 and 30 June 2019.

See also:
      Het succes van Nederlands keramiek verklaard (NRC)
      Van imitatie tot wereldmerk (Telegraaf)
  Made in Holland - 400 jaar wereldmerk

Made in Holland: world brand for 400 years
Made in Holland: world brand for 400 years



Bonnefanten Museum Maastricht Master of Elsloo 'From lonely hand to collection of masters', Bonnefantenmuseum, 2019
In the 16th century the so-called 'Master of Elsloo' worked in the Euroregion of Dutch and Belgian Limburg and the adjacent German region. This was a collective name for a group of highly skilled carvers. The Bonnefantenmuseum - which owns six figures attributed to the Master of Elsloo - is organising an international exhibition on the subject in 2017, in which the results of multidisciplinary research on the subject will also be presented.

The Turing Foundation is contributing €60,000 towards this exhibition, earmarked for the marketing and communication required to engage a wide audience with this particular topic.

See also:
      Meester van Elsloo - Onbestaand Beeldsnijder? (Collect)
      Meesterlijk Gesneden (Museumtijdschrift)
      Na 500 jaar nog steeds een raadsel (Limburger)
      Bonnefanten Museum Maastricht: other projects

Master of Elsloo 'From lonely hand to collection of masters', Bonnefantenmuseum
Master of Elsloo 'From lonely hand to collection of masters', Bonnefantenmuseum



Kunsthal KadeMuseum Flehite "Maestro van Wittel, Dutch master of the Italian townscape", 2019
Kunsthal KAdE and Museum Flehite are organising an exhibition in 2019 about the artist Caspar van Wittel (1653 - 1736), who was born in Amersfoort. Van Wittel went to Rome in 1674, and using the name 'Gaspare Vanvitelli', caused a furore. He is regarded as the founder of vedutism, the genre of townscapes with which successors such as Canaletto, Bellotto and Guardi would later have great triumphs. There will be around 40 paintings and 25 drawings with which the Dutch public can get acquainted with the artist Van Wittel, who is unknown in his native country. His works are being exhibited in combination with work by his Dutch predecessors and Italian successors. The Turing Foundation is contributing € 40,000 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between 19 January and 25 Mei 2019.

See also:
      Amersfoort eert verloren zoon Van Wittel alias Gasparo Vanvitelli (NRC)
      Op Vanvitelli's schilderijen is het altijd mooi weer (Trouw)
      Caspar van Wittel weer even terug in Nederland (Kunstvensters)

Caspar van Wittel, Piazza Navona, 1699, olieverf op doek, 96,5 x 216 cm, © Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection on loan at the Museo Nacional  Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid
Caspar van Wittel, Piazza Navona, 1699, olieverf op doek, 96,5 x 216 cm, © Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection on loan at the Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid



Teylers Museum "Leonardo da Vinci", Teylers Museum, 2018-2019
In 2018, Teylers Museum is organising the first international exhibition on Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) in the Netherlands. Leonardo was a master in portraying emotions and characters, and this is the approach used in the exhibition. A total of 34 of Leonardo's drawings and 42 drawings and 5 paintings by his forerunners, contemporaries and successors are being exhibited. The exhibition is the third in a series at Teylers Museum on the three great renaissance artists: Michelangelo (2005), Rafael (2012; supported by the Turing Foundation) and Leonardo (2018).

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 50,000 towards this exhibition, which will be from 25 February to 6 January 2019.

See also:
      Leonardo da Vinci and those weird faces (New York Times)
      In zijn tekeningen leer je Leonardo kennen (NRC)
      Hoe lelijker een hoofd hoe beter, vond Leonardo da Vinci (Volkskrant)
      'Run' op kaarten tentoonstelling Da Vinci (nu.nl)
      Teylers Museum: other projects

Leonardo da Vinci, Teylers Museum, 2018-2019
Leonardo da Vinci, Teylers Museum, 2018-2019



Centraal Museum "Utrecht, Caravaggio and Europe", Centraal Museum, Utrecht, 2018-2019
One of the Centraal Museum's core collections is the Utrecht Caravaggists. From the autumn of 2018, the museum will present a special overview that will provide insight into the way the three Utrecht painters Gerard van Honthorst, Dirck van Baburen and Hendrick ter Brugghen were influenced by Caravaggio during their travels to Rome in the early 17th century. Their most beautiful works will be juxtaposed with that of their Italian, French, Spanish and Flemish colleagues. A total of 70 works will be exhibited, including 48 paintings from international collections - culminating in Caravaggio's The Entombment of Christ from the Vatican museums.

The Turing Foundation is supporting this exhibition (14 December 2018 to 24 March 2019) with a contribution of € 50,000.

See also:
      Lichtend voorbeeld: hoe zijn navolgers Caravaggio naar Nederland brachten (Volkskrant)
      Navolgers naast de onovertroffen Caravaggio (NRC)
      Utrecht, Caravaggio en Europa: wonderlijcke dinghen inspireerden Caravaggisten (Trouw)
      De Caravaggio-tentoonstelling in Utrecht is indrukwekkend, maar had duidelijker gekund (Trouw)
      Nee heb je, Caravaggio kun je krijgen (NRC)
      'Heel bijzonder' topstuk Caravaggio naar Centraal Museum Utrecht (NOS)
      Meesterwerken Caravaggio voor het eerst in Nederland (AD)
      Topstuk Caravaggio naar Centraal Museum in Utrecht (nu.nl)
      Topstuk Caravaggio uit het Vaticaan komt naar Nederland (Volkskrant)
      Centraal Museum: other projects

Utrecht, Caravaggio and Europe, Centraal Museum, Utrecht
Utrecht, Caravaggio and Europe, Centraal Museum, Utrecht



Frans Hals Museum "Frans Hals and the Moderns", Frans Hals Museum, 2018-2019
Frans Hals is regarded as one of the most innovative painters of the Dutch Golden Age for his characteristic virtuoso brushstroke. The artist fell into oblivion in the 18th century, but was rediscovered in the 19th century by international top painters. Edouard Manet, John Singer Sargent, Vincent van Gogh and others travelled to Haarlem to study Hals' portraits. With the exhibition 'Frans Hals and the Modernists', the Frans Hals Museum wants to provide insight into the relationship between Hals' work and that of the late 19th-century artists who admired him. A total of 60 works from international collections will be coming to Haarlem. The Turing Foundation is contributing € 50,000 towards this exhibition, which will be from 12 October 2018 to 10 February 2019.

See also:
      Welke 19de-eeuwse schilder kwam het dichtst bij die ongrijpbare schwung van Frans Hals? (Volkskrant)
      Negentiende-eeuwse groupies van Frans Hals nu weer bijeen in Haarlem (NRC)
      Hoe Frans Hals na eeuwen obscuriteit een voorbeeld werd (Trouw)
      Verloren gewaand schilderij van Manet teruggevonden (NRC)
      een verloren gewaande kopie van de Regentessen (Trouw)
      Nieuwe expositie over invloed schilder Frans Hals op moderne kunstenaars (nu.nl)
      Expositie toont Frans Hals als modern idool (HP/De Tijd)
      Zoek geraakte Manet nu te zien in Haarlem, met dank aan Frans Hals (NOS)
      Frans Hals Museum: other projects

Frans Hals and the Moderns, Frans Hals Museum
Frans Hals and the Moderns, Frans Hals Museum



Museum Boijmans van Beuningen "Pure Rubens", Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, 2018-2019
At the end of 2018, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, together with the Museo Nacional del Prado, is presenting an exhibition of Pieter Paul Rubens' oil sketches. Rubens prepared many of his compositions with painted sketches on panel. Unlike many of his large paintings, the oil sketches are entirely Rubens' own work, giving an unprecedented insight into his mastery and virtuosity. A total of 60 works are coming to Rotterdam, most of them from the Prado.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 50,000 towards this exhibition, which will be from 8 September 2018 to 13 January 2019.

See also:
      De schetsen van de grootmeesters getuigen van onverbloemd talent, en die van Rubens zijn nu te zien in Rotterdam (Volkskrant)
      Rubens schetsen van olieverf tonen de hand van de meester zelf (NRC)
      Pure Rubens in Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen (Volkskrant)
      Rubens kon alles aan, hij was een Superman (NRC)
      Bij Rubens hebben alle mannen een sixpack (Trouw)
      Kijk eens over Rubens’ schouder (De Standaard)
      Museum Boijmans van Beuningen: other projects

'Pure Rubens', Museum Boijmans van Beuningen
"Pure Rubens", Museum Boijmans van Beuningen



Museum de Fundatie "Giacometti - Chadwick, Facing Fear", Museum de Fundatie, Zwolle, 2018-2019
From 22 September 2018 to 6 January 2019, Museum de Foundatie is organising an exhibition of the works of Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966) and Lynn Chadwick (1914-2003 ). Together they contributed decisively to the modern face of sculpture in the second half of the twentieth century. Museum de Fundatie wants to show that the artists experienced a parallel development in the 1950s and 1960s: both felt the threatening apocalypse of the Cold War after the euphoria of liberation and both portrayed this fear of death in their work. 28 sculptures and 37 works on paper by Alberto Giacometti are being exhibited and 40 sculptures and 20 to 40 works on paper by Lynn Chadwick.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 40,000 towards this exhibition.

See also:
      Mensbeelden van twee kunstenaars tegenover elkaar (Trouw)
      Roerloos, Rauw, Raak: Giacometti en Chadwick in de Fundatie (Kunstvensters)
      Giacometti en Chadwick in Museum de Fundatie (nu.nl)
      Net alsof Chadwicks beelden met die van Giacometti willen vechten (NRC)
      Mensbeelden van twee kunstenaars tegenover elkaar (Trouw)
  Giacometti-Chadwick, Facing Fear - Introductie (YouTube)
      De Koude Oorlog in Sculpturen (Parool)
      Angst in de ogen kijken (De Telegraaf)
      Museum de Fundatie: other projects

Giacometti - Chadwick, Facing Fear
Giacometti - Chadwick, Facing Fear



Design Museum Den Bosch "Jean Cocteau / Metamorphosis", Design Museum Den Bosch, 2018-2019
Jean Cocteau (1889-1963) was an incredibly versatile artist who was particularly known for his visual work: he made illustrations, drawings, posters, tapestries, sculptures, ceramics and jewellery. The Design Museum Den Bosch, which collects Cocteau's ceramics and jewellery, is organising the first solo exhibition of his work in the Netherlands. The 12 works from its own collection are being exhibited in the context of the artist's total oeuvre. There is also insight into Cocteau's life and motives.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 20,000 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between 10 November 2018 and 10 March 2019.

See also:
      Sierlijke opwinding van een twinkelende man: Jean Cocteau (NRC)
      Leven en werk zijn één bij Jean Cocteau (AD)
      Groot innovator, maar niet iconisch (Parool)
      Design Museum Den Bosch: other projects

Jean Cocteau / Metamorphosis, Design Museum Den Bosch
Jean Cocteau / Metamorphosis, Design Museum Den Bosch



Museum Het Valkhof "I, Mary of Guelders", Museum Het Valkhof, 2018-2019
Mary of Guelders' prayer book is one of the greatest medieval art treasures from the Netherlands. It could not be viewed for years - neither by the general public, nor even by researchers. Museum Het Valkhof will for the first time exhibit a total of forty restored pages in 2018. In addition to the prayer book, special objects are being used to give an impression of Mary of Guelders' life.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 30,000 towards this exhibition, which will be from 13 October 2018 to 6 January 2019.

See also:
      Maria van Gelre was ‘De Máxima van de vijftiende eeuw’ (Trouw)
      Het 'mooi verluchtigde' plan B van Maria van Gelre (NOS)
      De Rolls-Royce onder de getijdenboeken komt naar Nijmegen (Volkskrant)
      Museum Het Valkhof: other projects

'I, Mary of Guelders', Museum Het Valkhof
"I, Mary of Guelders", Museum Het Valkhof



Museum Prinsenhof Delft Main Supporter 'Pieter de Hooch in Delft', Museum Prinsenhof Delft, 2019-2020
Never before has Pieter de Hooch been seen monographically in the Netherlands, even though everyone in the country knows his name and work, and almost every Dutch city has a Pieter de Hooch street. This very ambitious and courageous project by Museum Prinsenhof Delft is taking De Hooch out of Vermeer's shadow. Museum Prinsenhof brings Pieter De Hooch's masterpieces and visitors' favourites from all over the world - Germany, Ireland, Spain, America, France, Austria, the UK and Russia - back to Delft: the city where this important master of the Dutch Golden Age produced his finest works. It is all being done in time for the Golden Age centenary year 2019. Thorough historical research conducted prior to the exhibition and is being combined with broad peripheral programming involving many people in Delft. This exhibition could well entice some of the many tourists from Amsterdam! It is a special achievement by an energetic team able to deliver here and now.

The Turing Foundation awarded the € 500,000 Turing Award 2017 to Museum Prinsenhof Delft for its exhibition on Pieter de Hooch, which will be open to the public from 11 October 2019 to 16 February 2020.

See also:
      A pioneering painter of the Dutch Golden Age finally gets his due (The Economist)
      Eindelijk de aandacht die Pieter de Hooch verdient. 5 sterren (Trouw)
      Het universum van Pieter de Hooch (FD Persoonlijk)
      Inspirerend voorbeeld voor Vermeer (Telegraaf)
      Tentoonstelling Prinsenhof: Pieter de Hooch onder de loep (AD)
      Pieter de Hooch uit de schaduw van Vermeer (NPO Radio)
      Delftse familie is na lange reis eindelijk thuis (AD)
      Pieter de Hooch kleurt Delft goud (AD)
      Kunst is een levensbehoefte, net ls de liefde (NRC Handelsblad)
      Grote museumprijzen naar Delft en Scheveningen (Telegraaf)
      Financiële steun voor exposities (AD)
      Museumprijzen naar Delft en Scheveningen voor beste tentoonstellingsplan (NOS)

'Pieter de Hooch in Delft', Museum Prinsenhof Delft
'Pieter de Hooch in Delft', Museum Prinsenhof Delft



Beelden aan Zee Main Supporter 'Zadkine Aan Zee', Museum Beelden aan Zee, Scheveningen, 2018-2019
Exhibiting sculptures in the Netherlands is not easy. But Museum Beelden aan Zee - which was only founded 23 years ago! - has been exceptional for a long time and is now working on a grand retrospective (just say the biggest ever) of the poetic, lyrically focused and 'purely artisan' sculptor Ossip Zadkine (1890-1967). Zadkine was important to the Netherlands - which Dutchman does not know the national monument The Destroyed City, which he made in 1953 as a memorial to the bombing of Rotterdam. It was high time someone dared to exhibit a retrospective. Museum Beelden aan Zee took up the challenge. Thanks to a well thought-out concept, and more than a hundred sculptures, many of which have never before been exhibited anywhere - presented in ten overarching themes, each more intriguing than the previous one - the public will be able to learn about the versatility and scope of this Franco-Russian master of modernism.

The Turing Foundation awarded the € 150,000 Turing Award 2017 to Museum Beelden aan Zee for their 'Zadkine Aan Zee' exhibition, which will be open to the public from 6 October 2018 to 3 March 2019.

See also:
      Nadere kennismaking met de maker van de 'Verwoeste stad' (NRC)
      Zadkine kon boomstammen en steenblokken tot leven wekken (Trouw)
      De verwoeste stad ontstegen (AD)
      Kunst is een levensbehoefte, net ls de liefde (NRC Handelsblad)
      Beelden aan Zee wint museumprijs van 150.000 euro (Den Haag FM)
      Grote museumprijzen naar Delft en Scheveningen (Telegraaf)
      Financiële steun voor exposities (AD)
      Museumprijzen naar Delft en Scheveningen voor beste tentoonstellingsplan (NOS)
      Turing Toekenning voor Prinsenhof Delft en Beelden aan Zee (Museum Actueel)
      Grote museumprijzen naar Delft en Scheveningen (Omroep West)
      Stralende beelden in Scheveningen (Telegraaf)
      Beelden aan Zee: other projects

Ossip Zadkine in Beelden Aan Zee
Ossip Zadkine in Beelden Aan Zee



Amsterdamse School Museum Het Schip Exposition 'Gaudi in de Amsterdamse School', Museum Het Schip, 2018-2019
Museum Het Schip has been based in the social housing block called 'Het Schip' in Amsterdam's Spaarndammerbuurt neighbourhood since 2001. The museum draws many parallels between the methods of architects of the Amsterdam School and designs by the Spanish architect Gaudi (1852-1926), and has had the opportunity to make special loans from Barcelona (ranging from doors, chairs and tiles to models and blueprints) and exhibit them in Amsterdam. The exhibition will provide insights into the sources of inspiration, symbolism and craftsmanship of Gaudi and architects of the Amsterdam School and appreciation for their work in the past 100 years.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 10,000 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between 1 October 2018 and 1 April 2019.

See also:
      De goddelijke architectuur van Gaudí en de Amsterdamse School (NRC)
      Expositie belicht Gaudí en Amsterdamse School (AD)
      De verbinding tussen Gaudí en de Amsterdamse School (Parool)

Gaudi in de Amsterdamse School, Museum Het Schip
Gaudi in de Amsterdamse School, Museum Het Schip



Van Gogh Museum 'Van Gogh & Japan', Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, 2018
Vincent van Gogh's first contact with Japanese art was in 1885 and he collected Japanese prints and woodcuts from the winter of 1886/1887. The Van Gogh Museum is organising the exhibition 'Van Gogh & Japan' in 2018, which will focus on the artistic influence of Japanese art on Van Gogh's work. For this first retrospective exhibition on the subject, the museum is working closely with the Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art in Sapporo, the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum and the National Museum of Modern Art in Kyoto.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 75,000 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between 23 March and 24 June 2018.

See also:
      Japan in de ogen van Vincent van Gogh weerbarstig stijlvol (NRC)
      Vrouwen in japon, korenvelden en lentebloesems: ook Vincent van Gogh was in de ban van Japan (Volkskrant)
      Expositie gewijd aan rol van Japan in werk Van Gogh (Parool)
      Van Gogh Museum: other projects

'Van Gogh & Japan', Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, 2018
'Van Gogh & Japan', Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, 2018



Museum de Fundatie Main Supporter 'Neo Rauch', Museum De Fundatie, Zwolle, 2018
Museum de Fundatie is organising the first major retrospective exhibition of the German artist Neo Rauch (1960). Rauch is one of the founders of the Neue Leipziger Schule and his big, surrealistic and narrative works appeal very much to the imagination. The exhibition will use some 60 works to illustrate the painter's development over the past 25 years. The museum has previously drawn attention to two other representatives of the Leipziger Schule, Werner Tübke and Wolfgang Mattheuer.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 50,000 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between 27 January and 3 June 2018. This contribution is earmarked for bringing foreign (U.S.) loans to the Netherlands.

See also:
      Neo Rauch doet nostalgisch verlangen naar een tijd waarin alles oké was (Volkskrant)
      Wen er maar niet te veel aan die glamour (NRC)
      Grillige schilderijen van Oost Duitse Neo Rauch in Zwolse Fundatie (NOS)
      De reusachtige schilderijen van Neo Rauch zijn ook voor hemzelf een raadsel (Trouw)
      Museum de Fundatie: other projects

Neo Rauch, Museum De Fundatie, Zwolle, 2018
Neo Rauch, Museum De Fundatie, Zwolle, 2018



Museum Belvédère Main supporter Georgio Morandi and Bologna, Museum Belvédère, 2018
In 2018 Museum Belvédère is devoting an exhibition to the Italian painter Giorgio Morandi (1890-1964). The exhibition Giorgio Morandi and Bologna aims to give an insight into the links between Morandi's work and his environment - the city of Bologna. A total of 40 works (paintings and works on paper) are coming to the museum. Most of them come from the Museo d'Arte Moderna di Bologna. The exhibition is part of the Leeuwarden European Capital of Culture 2018 programme.

The Turing Foundation is the chief sponsor of the exhibition, with a donation of €50,000. It will be on display from 24 February to 10 June 2018.

See also:
      Spullen kijken in een heerlijk rustig tempo (NRC)
      Bevroren personages van Giorgio Morandi (Trouw)
      Internationale tentoonstelling in museum Belvédère (Omrop Fryslan)
      Grootmeester van de stillevenkunst naar Museum Belvedere
      Museum Belvédère: other projects

Georgio Morandi and Bologna, Museum Belvedere
Georgio Morandi and Bologna, Museum Belvedere



Hermitage Amsterdam Hollandse Meesters uit de Hermitage, Hermitage Amsterdam, 2017-2018
From the autumn of 2017 the Hermitage Amsterdam is exhibiting a survey of the Dutch Masters collection from the State Hermitage in St. Petersburg. A total of 60 Dutch masters are coming to Amsterdam, most of which (about 50 works) have rarely if ever been exhibited in the Netherlands since the 17th century. It is a generous selection of works and has many items from the State Hermitage Museum's Dutch collection: famous and beautiful works by Gerard Dou, Gerard ter Borch, Willem Kalf, Frans Hals and four paintings by Rembrandt, including the masterpieces Flora and Young Woman at a Mirror.

The Turing Foundation is contributing 100,000 towards this exhibition, which can be seen between 7 October 2017 and 28 May 2018.

See also:
      340.000 bezoekers zagen Hollandse Meesters uit de Hermitage
      Hollandse meesters terug in Nederland (NRC)
      Royale Russen tonen Hollandse topstukken uit hun Hermitage (Trouw)
      Hermitage toont Hollandse Meesters uit Sint Petersburg (Parool)
  Documentairereeks "Hollandse Meesters Retour" (AvroTros)
      Hollandse meesters eindelijk even thuis in nieuwe Hermitage-tentoonstelling (Trouw)
      Hollandse Meesters schitteren in de Hermitage
      Hollandse Meesters aangekomen bij Hermitage Amsterdam (YouTube)
      Hermitage Amsterdam: other projects

Young Woman At A Mirror, Rembrandt van Rijn, 1656 (Hermitage St Petersburg)
Young Woman At A Mirror, Rembrandt van Rijn, 1656 (Hermitage St Petersburg)





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Classical music
De Doelen Rotterdam Angry Young Beethoven Festival, De Doelen, Rotterdam, 2020
The 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) is the reason for De Doelen concert hall in Rotterdam to organise the Angry Young Beethoven Festival. All five Beethoven piano concertos will be performed in full at the festival. The famous Camerata Salzburg orchestra will be accompanied on stage by the talented soloists Arthur and Lucas Jussen. The popular Jussen brothers are co-initiators of the festival and have compiled an attractive fringe programme highlighting Beethoven's 'rebellious' side and appealing at a broad and young target group.

The Turing Foundation is contributing €10,000 towards this festival, which will be from 20 to 22 March 2020.

Angry Young Beethoven Festival, De Doelen, Rotterdam, 2020
Angry Young Beethoven Festival, De Doelen, Rotterdam, 2020



Internationaal Kamermuziek Festival Utrecht International Chamber Music Festival Utrecht, 2019
The International Chamber Music Festival Utrecht hosts a total of nearly 50 concerts and activities at over twenty venues around the city of Utrecht, allowing it to reach a wide audience. The number of visitors to the festival has been falling since 2017. After an evaluation, which included partners and the audience, it decided to move the festival in 2019 from the busy month of June to the Christmas period. Janine Jansen, who founded the festival and was its artistic director until 2016, has decided to help 'her' festival attract to old visitor numbers and is returning as the forthcoming edition's artistic director and programmer. She will remain the festival's artistic director in the coming years, but the festival will appoint a yearly alternating external programmer from 2020.

The Turing Foundation is supporting the International Chamber Music Festival Utrecht (27 to 30 December 2019) with a donation of € 10,000 in 2019.

See also: Internationaal Kamermuziek Festival Utrecht: other projects

International Chamber Music Festival Utrecht
International Chamber Music Festival Utrecht



Nationale Opera & Ballet The Dutch National Opera & Ballet, Amsterdam, 2019
The Dutch National Opera & Ballet is renowned for its varied programming of both classical and modern operas and the consistently high quality of the performances. Its mission is to develop a broad traditional as well as innovative opera and ballet repertoire, create new generations of artists, and increase interest and support for opera and ballet. In May 2016 the Dutch National Opera was presented the prestigious 'International Opera Award Opera Company of the Year 2016' for the best opera house in the world.

The Turing Foundation is supporting the Dutch National Opera & Ballet with an annual donation of €20,000 in the years 2017, 2018 and 2019.

See also: Nationale Opera & Ballet: other projects

A Dog's Heart, April 2017, Amsterdam
A Dog's Heart, April 2017, Amsterdam



Strijkkwartet Biënnale Amsterdam String Quartet Biennial Amsterdam, 2019-2020
The second edition of the String Quartet Biennial Amsterdam (SQBA) will be held in Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ in the beginning of 2020. The festival programme consists of more than 36 concerts in which more than 25 of the world's best string quartets will take part. The programme is extensive and very diverse: all the various aspects of string quartets are presented in a contemporary, innovative context. The organisation expects to successfully appeal to different audience groups with the varied line-up and its focus on less well-known repertoire. In addition to concerts, various other activities are being programmed, such as master classes, workshops and lectures.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 15,000 towards this biennial, which can be seen between 25 January and 1 February 2020.

See also: Strijkkwartet Biënnale Amsterdam: other projects

The Impossible Voyage, String Quartet Biennial Amsterdam, 2018
The Impossible Voyage, String Quartet Biennial Amsterdam, 2018



Delft Chamber Music Festival Delft Chamber Music Festival 2019
Every year the city of Delft is dominated by chamber music in the summer. The Delft Chamber Music Festival has been going since 1997: a festival with international and Dutch top musicians and a high-quality programme that is presented in a varied and accessible way. Major works from the chamber music repertoire are programmed alongside less well-known pieces. The concerts on the main programme take place at Museum Het Prinsenhof, and a variety of concerts take place at venues including the Oude Kerk, the Oude Bibliotheek and the Grote Markt. The Delft Chamber Music Festival connects chamber music with other music genres, art forms and means of presentation, which attracts a wide audience.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 15,000 towards this festival, which can be seen between 25 July and 4 August 2019.

See also:
      Bariton Oliemans maakt festival Delft afwisselender dan ooit (NRC)
      Kamermuziekfestival Delft haalt je uit je comfortzone (Trouw)
      Chamber Music Festival: 'Ervaren wat muziek met je doet' (AD)
      Delft Chamber Music Festival: other projects

Delft Chamber Music Festival 2019
Delft Chamber Music Festival 2019



Concertgebouw Fonds Mahler Festival 2020, Het Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, 2020
The Concertgebouw intends to organise another large-scale Mahler Festival in 2020, 100 years after the first edition. Over the space of ten days, all of Mahler's symphonies will be performed in the Main Hall by the world's most famous orchestras, including the New York Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Jaap van Zweden, the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. A Mahler Pavilion will be assembled on the Museumplein in front of the Concertgebouw so as many people as possible can enjoy the festival. During the day there will be lunch concerts, lectures and educational activities in the Pavilion. The evening concerts in the Main Hall will be screened in the Pavilion through a video and audio link.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 15,000 towards this festival, which can be seen between 8 and 17 May 2020. This contribution has been earmarked for the programming in the Mahler Pavilion.

Mahler Festival 2020, Het Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, 2020
Mahler Festival 2020, Het Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, 2020



Oranjewoud Stichting Landgoed­concerten Oranjewoud Festival, Heerenveen, 2019
The Oranjewoud Festival takes place every summer at the Oranjewoud estate near Heerenveen. This colourful music festival presents high-quality classical music in the most accessible and stimulating way possible. A total of 160 concerts will be performed over five days in four programme parts: a main programme, free short concerts in the 'Test Garden' at the heart of the festival, a mini-festival for children up to the age of twelve in the 'Children's Test Garden' and peripheral programming. The Oranjewoud Festival draws more than 15,000 visitors every year.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 10,000 towards this festival, which will be from 29 May to 2 June 2019.

See also:
      Fluiten met de vogels (de Groene Amsterdammer)
      Oranjewoud Festival krijgt het publiek aan het swingen op Brahms (Volkskrant)
      Oranjewoud Festival: festijn met zon, met klassieke muziek, maar zonder vakjes (Leeuwarder Courant)
      Zelfs de vogels zingen mee op klassiek festival Oranjewoud (Volkskrant)
      Oranjewoud Stichting Landgoed­concerten: other projects

Oranjewoud Festival 2018
Oranjewoud Festival 2018



Wonderfeel Wonderfeel Festival, 's Graveland, 2019
The Wonderfeel festival has been organised in a former estate in' s-Graveland since 2015: a three-day outdoor classical music festival with the relaxed atmosphere of a pop festival. The seven Wonderfeel stages highlight various genres in classical music. More than 350 musicians will give more than 100 concerts from twelve noon to midnight. The regular concerts are accompanied by varied peripheral programming consisting of nature excursions, pop-up concerts, literature, poetry and children's activities.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 15,000 towards Wonderfeel 2019, which will be from 19 to 21 July 2019.

See also:
      Fluiten met de vogels (de Groene Amsterdammer)
      Dit was Wonderfeel, het Lowlands van de klassieke muziek (Parool)
      Wonderfeel; zelfs de vogels lijken hun adem even in te houden (Gooi- en Eemlander)
      Wonderfeel 2019: meer dan een idyllische muziekdroom (NRC Handelsblad)
      Spelen in de buitenlucht is lastig maar de sfeer van Wonderfeel maakt veel goed (Trouw)
      Wonderfeel: other projects

Wonderfeel 2019, 's Graveland
Wonderfeel 2019, 's Graveland



Nationale Opera & BalletHolland FestivalKoninklijk Conservatorium Den Haag aus LICHT, The Dutch National Opera & Ballet, Amsterdam, 2019
The Dutch National Opera, the Holland Festival and the Royal Conservatoire The Hague, in partnership with the Stockhausen Stiftung für Musik, are performing the unique project aus LICHT by composer Karlheinz Stockhausen (1928 -2007). A substantial part of the LICHT cycle, which consists of a total of seven operas, is being performed in a three-day marathon in a mise-en-espace by Pierre Audi. By performing the seven operas in this compressed form, new audiences can get to know Stockhausen's exceptional work.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 10,000 towards aus LICHT, which can be seen from 31 May and 10 June 2019 at the Holland Festival.

See also:
      Operatie geslaagd: álles aan Aus Licht is verbluffend (Parool)
      Spectaculaire opera 'aus LICHT' (NRC)
      De driedaagse operamarathon ‘aus Licht’ tilt je op en voert je mee (Trouw)
      Wonderschone operacyclus van Stockhausen met heli-strijkkwartet en tonggeklak (nrc)
      Nationale Opera & Ballet: other projects
      Holland Festival: other projects

aus LICHT
aus LICHT



Oerol Festival Oerol Festival, Terschelling, 2019
Every year the Frisian island of Terschelling is transformed into one large stage for theatre, dance, street theatre, visual art and music for ten days. The theatre performances take place on the beach, in the dunes, forest and barns, on dikes or simply in the street. The mostly innovative performances are especially made for the venues or adjusted accordingly. Since the first edition in 1982, Oerol has grown into a household name in the Netherlands, and its high-quality, newly staged work reaches a large (up to 135,000 tickets are sold a year), wide and curious audience.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 10,000 towards the Oerol Festival, which will be from 14 to 23 June 2017.

Oerol Festival 2019, Terschelling
Oerol Festival 2019, Terschelling



Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ Sixth World Minimal Music Festival, Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam, 2019
The Minimal Music Festival is a biennial benchmark for a growing number of musicians, composers and lovers of 'minimal 'music - compositions based on a limited number of building blocks and consisting of a repetition of short rhythms. The festival's sixth edition is dedicated to the influence of minimal music on a new generation of artists and the effect of this music on listeners. It also addresses the public's demand for new forms of reflection and depth, and looks at the transcendental meaning of minimal music.

The Turing Foundation is contributing €10,000 towards this festival, which is from 3 to 7 April 2019.

See also:
      Less is more op Minimal Music Festival (NRC)
      Missers en voltreffers op Minimal Music Festival (Parool)
      Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ: other projects

Sixth World Minimal Music Festival, Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam, 2019
Sixth World Minimal Music Festival, Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam, 2019



Organisatie Oude Muziek Festival Oude Muziek, Utrecht, 2018
The Festival Oude Muziek ('Early Music Festival') is the biggest early music festival in the world, attracting around 65,000 visitors a year. The festival's theme in 2018 is 'The Burgundy Lifestyle'. The inspiration was historian Johan Huizinga's book Herfsttj der Middeleeuwen (The Autumn of the Middle Ages; 1918), which is being used to translate Burgundian court culture - in which Franco-Flemish polyphony blossomed, and became the model for European music - and the history of the Burgundian mentality into a prospectus for the festival.

The Turing Foundation is supporting Festival Oude Muziek (24 August to 2 September 2018) with a contribution of € 15,000.

See also:
      Tegenstellingen houden de oude muziek levend (NRC)
      Festival Oude Muziek in Utrecht trekt muzikale schatkamers open en bewijst opnieuw zijn waarde (Volkskrant)
      Stemmen zweven op de thermiek van de Domkerk bij Festival Oude Muziek (NRC)
      Interview: Xavier Vandamme over Festival Oude Muziek
      Altijd willen weten hoe de Bourgondiërs klonken? (Trouw)
      Oude muziek is een zombie die wij tot leven wekken (NRC)
      Organisatie Oude Muziek: other projects

Festival Oude Muziek, Utrecht
Festival Oude Muziek, Utrecht



Internationaal Kamermuziek­festival Den Haag International Chamber Music Festival The Hague, 'Classical Encounters', 2018
The Internationaal Kamermuziek­festival Den Haag Foundation organises a music festival at special venues in the centre of the Hague every spring. The festival's goal is to increase interest for chamber music with innovative and surprising programming for a wide audience. The 15th edition of the festival will take place in April 2018. The organisation has decided to change the name of the festival to 'Classical Encounters'. The festival is also expanding to Leiden. The coming year's theme is 'For the love of Art' and will be about the relationship between artists and patrons.

The Turing Foundation is contributing € 10,000 towards this festival, which will be from 4 to 8 April 2018.

See also: Bij vlagen lyrische ‘Mecenas Suite’ op Classical Encounters

International Chamber Music Festival 'Classical Encounters', The Hague, 2018
International Chamber Music Festival 'Classical Encounters', The Hague, 2018





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Poetry
CPNB Poetry Week gift book, 2020
The CPNB (Dutch Foundation to Promote Reading of Dutch Books) has been organising Poetry Week since 2009, with the aim of making poetry more familiar to a broad audience. Like the annual Book Week, which has become a public institution in the Netherlands, Poetry Week has a theme ('The future is Now!' in 2020) and an accompanying anthology, the Poetry Gift. The Poetry Gift 2020 - entitled Nu ('Now') - contains poetry by ten young Dutch and Flemish poets, including Radna Fabias, Marieke Lucas Rijneveld, Roelof ten Napel and Charlotte van den Broeck. The anthology showcases a cross-section of current Dutch-language poetry.

The Turing Foundation is contributing €5,000 towards Poetry Week, which will be held from 30 January to 5 February 2020. The contribution has been earmarked for the production of the Poetry Gift.

See also:
      De Poëzieweek, over de magie van een gedicht (Parool)
      Hoe schrijf je echte poëzie? Vijf dichtlessen van Tom Lanoye (Trouw)
      CPNB: other projects

Poetry Week gift book, 2020
Poetry Week gift book, 2020



Turing GedichtenwedstrijdPoëzieclub The Eleventh Poetry Contest 2019-2020
In the period 2009 - 2018 the Turing Foundation organised the Turing Poetry Competition in collaboration with the Poëzieclub, which was a great success with a total of nearly 100,000 poems submitted by 17,000 poets. The Turing Foundation decided at the end of 2018 that it was time to withdraw after ten years as the main sponsor of the competition. The Poëzieclub has taken over coordination of the competition and will make efforts in the coming period to continue the competition and organise the eleventh edition. The competition's set-up will not change: registration is anonymous, everyone can participate and the main prize is a grand €10,000.

The Turing Foundation will still donate the prize money for the eleventh edition of the Poetry Competition, a total of €14,500.

See also:
      Meity Völke wint Turing Gedichtenwedstrijd met gedicht Onder Water (nu.nl)
      In de finale van de Turing! (Meander)
      "Schrijven is een wezenlijk deel van mijn leven" (De Limburger)
      Meity Völke uit Roermond wint de jubileumeditie van de Turing Gedichtenwedstrijd (NPO Radio 1)
      Poëzie verheldert hoofd en hart meer dan lessen burgerschap (Volkskrant)
      De Turing Gedichtenwedstrijd 2017-2018
      Turing Gedichtenwedstrijd: other projects
      Poëzieclub: other projects

The Eleventh Turing Poetry Competition
The Eleventh Turing Poetry Competition



IwosygTijdschrift Terras Terras Magazine, 2019
Terras is a magazine for international literature with a varied range of articles in the fields of poetry, literary texts, essays, film, photos and blog posts. Dutch poets often make their debut in Terras, and it introduces foreign poets in Dutch for the first time. The magazine is published twice a year, it organises annual events, and it publishes a collection by a contemporary poet of high calibre in Dutch translation each year.

The Turing Foundation is supporting Terras in 2017, 2018 and 2019 with a contribution of €5,000 per year, earmarked for poetry publications in Terras, and for the publication of the annual poetry collection.

Tijdschrift Terras
Tijdschrift Terras





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