On 29th October 2016 to 29th January 2017 you can marvel at the exhibition ‘Under the Spell of Bosch: Pieter Bruegel, Thé Tjong-Khing, Jan Fabre and Gurt Swanenberg’ in the Noordbrabants Museum
- This exhibition will be bringing four generations of artists together whose work has been strongly influenced by Hieronymus Bosch
- It is the last in the series which the Noordbrabants Museum organised in 2016 as part of the Jheronimus Bosch 500 National Event Year
- The exhibition is part of the Bosch Grand Tour
The seven deadly sins: Pieter Bruegel versus Gurt Swanenberg
The exhibition of Pieter Bruegel the Elder (ca. 1526-1569), or the ‘second Bosch’, will be showing the complete series and seldom seen prints of Pieter Bruegel of the seven deadly sins and the seven virtues, in combination with a contemporary interpretation of the deadly sins by Gurt Swanenberg.
Drawings by Thé Tjong-Khing
The illustrator, Thé Tjong-Khing (Purworedjo, 1933) also immersed himself in Bosch’s world. The original drawings from his children’s book ‘Hieronymus. An adventure in the world of Hieronymus Bosch’, which he created for the 500th anniversary in 2016 of Hieronymus Bosch’ death will be shown in this exhibition.
New version of lost tapestry by Jan Fabre after Bosch
The recently designed, enormous tapestry, The War Elephant (after Bosch) by Jan Fabre will be shown for the first time, along with Hieronymus Cock’s print and a ‘the making of’ film by Roel van Tour.