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Discover the exhibitions that can be seen at Museum MORE in Gorssel. Also view the exhibitions for Kasteel Ruurlo.

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Arjan van Helmond

Until Sunday 6 June 2022

Arjan van Helmond has mastered encapsulating the emotional charge of the everyday. With enormous technical skill, the artist uses gouache and acrylics on paper or canvas to explore and unite things and places. His objects and interiors evoke intangible emotions, similar to how a fragrance can suddenly recall a long-forgotten experience.

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Vanaf 27 September 2022

Norbert Tadeusz

Museum MORE is presenting the first major survey in the Netherlands of the German painter Norbert Tadeusz (1940–2011). Although acclaimed in his own country, Tadeusz is much less known abroad. A little over ten years since his death, MORE is therefore keen to honour the artist with a museum platform for his powerful painting.

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Vanaf 27 September 2022

Anya Janssen

A comprehensive survey of the art of Anya Janssen (1962) is now being shown for the first time. The Earthlings exhibition at Museum MORE features some forty highlights of her oeuvre from the early nineties to the present. Janssen regards humanity with a sense of wonder that manifests itself ambiguously in her monumental portraits. Her work operates between reality and imagination. ‘Painting for me is an ultimate attempt to get closer to people.’

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26 May 2019 t/m 1 September 2019

Euan Uglow

Dutch Museum MORE is dedicating its summer exhibition to British painter Euan Uglow (1932-2000). This is the first time Uglow’s oeuvre will be showcased outside the United Kingdom. A selection of approximately 60 nudes, portraits, still lifes, landscapes and 20 drawings will provide a unique insight into Uglow’s obsessive search for absolute perception.

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15 September 2019 t/m 5 January 2020

British Realists

For the first time outside of Great Britain. This Autumn, Dutch Museum MORE is organizing a major retrospective For Real. With 75 works by no fewer than 35 artists, the museum puts the best, most fascinating and unexpected of British painting from the interbellum in the spotlight.

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Discover modern realism

With this semi-permanent exhibition, Museum MORE presents a cross-section of its own art collection. The MORE collection is rooted in Dutch realism from the first half of the last century. More than 120 works by more than 40 different artists provide a varied picture of more than a century of modern realism in the Netherlands.

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19 January 2020 t/m 20 September 2020

Jan Beutener

With more than 70 paintings, Museum MORE brings a tribute to the work of Jan Beutener (1932). Beutener is a discoverer of things. In his realism, the detail that strikes him is central. A look back at 50 years of artistry.

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10 April 2020 t/m 25 October 2020

Jan Mankes

In honor of Jan Mankes’ centenary, Museum MORE is displaying all Mankes paintings from our own collection in the Garden Room this Spring and Summer, supplemented by beautiful loans. You can then admire about 35 masterpieces by “Holland’s most tranquil painter”.

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4 October 2020 t/m 24 May 2021

New Framing

For the first time in a Dutch museum, neorealistic painting, New Photography and interbellum film will meet in one exhibition. This unique exhibition shows how these three art forms in the Netherlands at the time had a strong affinity.

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19 November 2020 t/m 5 September 2021

Bob Ross | Happy Painting

Happy news! Museum MORE is the first museum in the world to hold a solo exhibition of this fabulous painting coach and cult icon who remains immensely popular to this day.

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6 June 2021 t/m 26 September 2021

Konrad Klapheck

This summer, Museum MORE is hosting a large-scale retrospective of the work of Konrad Klapheck (born 1935, Düsseldorf). Klapheck is one of the most important and interesting personalities in post-war German art history, as well as an artist of international renown embraced by collectors in Belgium, Switzerland, France, Italy and the USA.

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19 September 2021 t/m 9 January 2022

Jan van Herwijnen

A century ago, Jan van Herwijnen (1889-1965) drew 32 life-size portraits of psychiatric patients in the Willem Arntsz Huis in Utrecht (now Altrecht) in nine months. ‘I had to do that – that was a compulsion I could not escape.’ In 1918-1919 he traveled up and down from his hometown of Amsterdam to the residents of this 'bedlam' to accomplish his mission.

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10 October 2021 t/m 23 January 2022

Pat Andrea

From 10 October 2021 to 23 January 2022, Museum MORE in Gorssel is holding a retrospective of the work of Past Andrea (born 1942), entitled ¿QUÉ PASA?. Born in The Hague as the son of a painter and an illustrator, Andrea is renowned both in the Netherlands and internationally. In his unsettling compositions, he combines global conflicts with “the often problematic relationship between man and women”. Aestheticism and alienation elevate the works above the level of reality. Over seventy paintings and drawings, dating from the 1960s to the present day, are testimony to an artistry that is imaginative and critical in equal amounts.

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Nové Realismy

Until Sunday 8 May 2022

Museum MORE is the first institution in the world to present a large survey of Czechoslovak figurative art from 1918 to 1945. A selection of over 70 works by more than 45 artists sheds a surprising light on the new realism as it flourished in a turbulent region full of diverse ethno-cultural population groups and shifting political forces.

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