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April 2021

April 2021

The Photo Exhibition in a nutshell … soon for real!  To accompany the Photo Exhibition DOMBURG SPECIAAL I, the MTVP Museum Domburg digitally presents a selection of some 140 special photos from the impressive oeuvre of Vincent Mentzel and a selection of more than 100 old photos and postcards of Domburg from the collection of…

March 2021

March 2021

The opening of the Spring Exhibition should have taken place on March 6. The PZC newspaper was present for a preview. Unfortunately we are not allowed to be open to the public yet …

February 2021

February 2021

The adjustments for the new task are in full swing in the museum building. Tourists are welcomed at a separate counter. The set-up of the planned Photo Exhibition is almost complete.

January 2021

January 2021

From March 2021, the Museum Domburg will take over the information task of the former VVV- Inspiratiepunt Domburg, for which the municipality of Veere will support the museum financially during a trial year. The museum will then be open 7 days a week from 10 am to 6 pm. Unfortunately, it must remain closed for…

Expected Spring 2021 – DOMBURG SPECIAL I. Selected Photos of Special Domburg

March 6 – July 18, 2021 (subject to change) A whirling photo presentation with work from Danny Bastiaanse, Christiaan Bonebakker, Eric-Jan Broedelet, Joachim Hofmann-Göttig, Jos Hugense Sr., Jos Hugense Jr., Jan de Jonge, Wout Kole, Cees Maas, Peter Jan Margry, Vincent Mentzel, Ko Jan Provoost, Renée Roukema and Piet van Sluijs. A choice of Vincent…

From July 18, 2020 – THE ANIMATION OF LISETTE – DOMBURG CLOSER-UP

Embedded in a ‘classic’ Domburg entourage, the designer and 3D artist Lisette Huizenga plays with the forms and the imagination. Does the exhibition of characteristic fine works from the Collections of the MTVP Museum and the ICEAC already bring Domburg as an Artists’ Colony very nearby, their elaboration in Lisette’s presentation at its centre provides…

Expected Summer 2022 – STIFF AND STOUT – THE PATH OF JO KOSTER AND DORA KOCH-STETTER

That the Dutch Jo Koster and the German Dora Stetter both have been connected to a variety of European Artists’ Colonies, is clearly expressed in their work. In a beautiful survey of – inter alia – in Domburg, Staphorst, Heeze, Knokke en Ahrenshoop created paintings and graphic works, the similarities and differences between them are…