Stedelijk appoints Beatrix Ruf as its new director

Kunsthalle Zurich's director who helped put Swiss city on contemporary art map is moving to Amsterdam

Published online: 08 April 2014

Ancient Crimean gold caught in legal limbo

Dutch museum faces dilemma whether to return artefacts to Ukraine or Russia

Published online: 27 March 2014

Japanese architect's red-letter day in the Rijksmuseum

Shigeru Ban to receive 2014 Pritzker prize in Amsterdam

Published online: 25 March 2014

A market boom, but only for some

Annual report finds total sales are up, but gives little comfort to Tefaf’s Old Masters and antiques dealers

Published online: 18 March 2014

Netherlands restitutes two works to heir of Holocaust victim

Dutch Golden Age paintings from Dutch national collection are returned

Published online: 17 March 2014

Art Rotterdam benefits from gap in Dutch market

Fair becomes the country’s main trade event after the demise of Art Amsterdam last year

Published online: 13 February 2014

Europe is set for a summer of big sculpture

Monumental works by Calder heading to Rijksmuseum’s gardens and Sweden will get a large-scale LeWitt

Published online: 01 January 2014

Nearly 140 possibly looted objects found in Dutch museums

Heirs of former owners can file restitution claims online

Published online: 30 October 2013

New painting by Van Gogh discovered

Amsterdam museum attributes the unsigned work Sunset at Montmajour, which it previously dismissed, to the Dutch artist

Published online: 09 September 2013

Early Van Gogh drawing revealed

Sketch was made while he was learning to be an artist and living in coal-mining region of Borinage

Published online: 09 September 2013

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