17 June to 24 September 2023
The exhibition REGENERATE is part of the annual Noorderlicht Photo festival. In collaboration with Museum Belvédère, the 2023 Noorderlicht Photo festival brings together works exploring the transformations our modern societies face. In today’s world many people feel a sense of disconnection. Regeneration means seeing oneself and the world we are living in as built around reciprocal relationships that are benefical to all. A rebalanced worldview means that humans (including their technological accomplishments) and other living beings rely on one another in the world’s ecosystems, for their health, wellbeing and existence.
By exhibiting projects that address new ways of thinking, the festival and Museum Belvédère aim to freely ask us questions about where we want to go and how to get there. Questions about the times that we are living in and a time that has yet to arrive.
17 June to 24 September 2023
In collaboration with the Ameland Cultural History Museum, Museum Belvédère is organizing a retrospective of the Ameland-born artist Tames Oud. While on Ameland the emphasis is on topographical recognizability, Museum Belvédère focuses on the artistic development of Oud.
17 June to 24 september 2023
As a follow-up to the successful Giorgio Morandi and Bologna exhibition, Museum Belvédère presents a sequel five years later, focusing on Morandi's paintings in Dutch museum and private collections. Morandi's painting Natura Morta from 1955, which was donated to the museum in 2018, is the starting point.
The exhibition is being organized as part of Buitenkans, a project initiated by the Rembrandt Association and the Turing Foundation, which gives museums the opportunity to borrow important works of art from major museums for a project related to their own collection.
28 September to 1 October 2023
Fifth edition of the Northern Netherlands art fair Art Noord with the participation of mainly Frisian, Groningen and Drenthe galleries and art dealers.
6 October to 31 January 2024
Double exhibition in the west wing of Museum Belvédère, focusing on northern regions. In the 1990s and early 2000s, photography in Finland spawned many new talents. The mainly young artists showed a great interest in nature and light.
The collector couple Piet and Marieke Sanders became interested in the developments within this 'Helsinki school' and built up a collection of the work of various artists. Their collection is the starting point of the exhibition Light on Finland. The presentation focuses on landscape photography and themes such as climate change and ecology.
6 October 2023 to 31 January 2024
Born and raised in Amsterdam, artist Zoltin Peeter (1942-2019) settled permanently in Friesland in the early 1970s. The emptiness and silence of the landscape of North Friesland became his domain and base for traveling to even more northern regions in Iceland and Norway. The many sketches he made there, he elaborated in his Frisian studio into smaller and monumental drawings, in which writing and emptiness form a wonderful symbiosis.
Zoltin Peeter received the Gerrit Benner Prize for visual arts in 2010.