Where does our food come from? Where does it go? What role do the Netherlands and shipping play in the global food system?
“Surfing is not really a sport as much as an emotional and spiritual journey. It’s a reorientation of the self, where you’re faced with whatever is in your head. It’s fuckin intense.”
“Vacant territories intertwined through time. Factories besides new urban life. Nature will always catch them if they fall. That’ll take me down to the heart of the Zaan.” – Tim Knol
Experience the unique and special stories of eight flowers and their medicinal qualities
“Through these books, art becomes more accessible” – David Hockney
“Our crisis today is the clash between the nation’s traditional vision of itself – the American Dream – and the hard, discordant realities it lives with.”
“Sometimes a single book can summarize a period, an event, a phenomenon.”
When it comes to the climate crisis, we always seem to think: ‘Things will work out all right in the end’.
The combined stories in this exhibit show us the necessity of GCA’s mission to accelerate action now.
There is a global nutrition crisis today in which far too many children are not getting the nutrition they need.
‘At times it felt as if we had ended up in a distant future, like archaeologists trying to figure out what kind of mysterious force had caused everybody to leave the area.’
Who are the artists, architects and designers who gave form to the network between the Netherlands and the Bauhaus?
Who and what makes an art collection?
I don’t think a cocoa plantation is any place for a child.
‘I find the quiet moments of this war are often more revealing than the loud.’
The Dutch alone throw away more than 400,000 loaves of bread per day.
‘I sing the praises of life. I am not more complicated than that. I sing everything: love, courage, beauty but also anger, blood, sweat and tears.’ – Ed van der Elsken
Global food security is one of the most pressing challenges of the 21st century
Exactly when was Magnum founded? Most accounts tell us it happened in spring 1947, over lunch at the restaurant in New York’s Museum of Modern Art.
Every week, between 8:45 and 9:15 p.m., millions of people tune in across the country
It was 05:04, the sun rose over the mighty Ayodhya kingdom. As if on cue, everybody took turns to take a dip in the waters of the mighty Sarayu River
Personal stories are an effective way of breaking down prejudices and raising awareness.
Did you know that fast-moving water just above the ankles is enough to knock you off your feet?
Nowadays PhotoBooks are a great democratic medium for photographers to express themselves
Rietveld doesn’t aim to be modern: he is modern
The McCarthy Exhibition at the Botanical Gardens is no picnic! Or is it?
The question concerning the possible existence of Britishness in Germany
Wild kid in a stolen car knocks over a milkwagon
In the 21st century, globalisation has opened up the world for better and for worse.