“100x Kunst op zien Drents” makes a surprising connection between the collection of the Drents Museum and the Drenthe language. Criss-cross through the collection, 100 archaeological, historical and art objects are playfully linked to a Drenthe word. The Drents Museum and the Huus van de Taol together provide a surprising booklet that you can keep browsing through. The book includes works by Jans Muskee, Max Liebermann and Matthijs Röling. The girl from Yde, the Kano van Pesse and Berlage’s writing desk are also depicted in the book.
This compact, beautifully designed booklet is a nice introduction to the most special pieces from the Drenthe collection and fascinating words from Drenthe, for both insiders and newcomers. The Drenthe words also feature translations into Dutch, English, German, French and Chinese. The different languages ensure an international reach. “100x Kunst op zien Drents” is a perfect introduction to the province for young and old, for Drent and non-Drent.
“100x Kunst op zien Drents” is a collaboration between the Drents Museum, the Huus van de Taol and Uitgeverij Koninklijke Van Gorcum.
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