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Naive realism | From Rousseau to Grandma Moses

Exhibition on display at Museum MORE in Gorssel from 25 March to 25 June 2023.

Uninhibited, imaginative and touchingly uncomplicated. This appears to be the irresistible appeal of naive realism. But this seemingly straightforward surface conceals a rich artistic spectrum. And its unschooled makers were on the cusp of modern art. Museum MORE is uniting 80 paintings by renowned and less well-known naive realists from the United States and Europe. A unique transatlantic assembly of distinctive artworks and captivating life stories. Inspired by the pioneering exhibition Masters of Popular Painting at New York’s Museum of Modern Art 85 years ago, Museum MORE is reuniting works by many artists featured in the original exhibition. Naive realism. From Rousseau to Grandma Moses features remarkable art by self-taught artists including Henri Rousseau, Camille Bombois, Séraphine Louis, Nikifor, Grandma Moses, John Kane, Horace Pippin and Morris Hirshfield.

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Roots | Drawings by Samah Shihadi

Exhibition on display at Museum MORE in Gorssel from 19 February to 3 September 2023

Samah Shihadi draws to not forget. With her delicate, sensitive and precise works, this Palestinian artist offers a personal and yet universal portrayal of displacement and her historical roots. Shihadi’s hyperrealistic drawings, in black and white, and every shade of grey in between, appear to be statements that also bring comfort. A selection of Shihadi’s emotionally charged landscapes, touching family scenes, symbolic still lifes and mystical self-portraits will be on display in her first solo museum exhibition in Europe.

Lynne Leegte | Fantastic Voyage

Exhibition on display at Ruurlo Castle from 22 January to 11 June 2023.

This spring, Museum MORE | Ruurlo Castle will be displaying some fifty works from the poetic oeuvre of artist Lynne Leegte. Her sculptures and photographs will be on display in seven rooms and in the stairwell.