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Exhibition archive

A selection from the exhibitions that have been on view at Escher in The Palace since its opening in 2002.
25 March to 28 May 2006

The power of illusion

Masterpieces by decorative painters In the spring of 2006, Escher in The Palace entered into an alliance with the best decorative painters in the world. These painters are able to paint hyperrealistic “marble”, “wooden” and fantasy landscapes on interior and exterior walls. Every year these professionals have an international conference…
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18 December 2005 to 19 March 2006

De l’Orme cuts wood

Just as M.C. Escher did, The Hague-based artist Jos de l'Orme (1962) has a great predilection for the woodcut. However, he is not fascinated by themes such as reflection, repetition or tessellation.
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10 September to 11 December 2005

Hotel as a guest: Des Indes at Escher in The Palace

In 2005, the reopening after the major renovation of Hotel des Indes gave rise to the exhibition Hotel as a guest: Des Indes at Escher in The Palace. In 1881, the brand-new Hotel Des Indes opened in The Hague in the former residence of Baron Thierry van Brienen "to give Indonesian families a home from home". This hotel still stands at the head of Lange Voorhout. It has now been renovated and has been given a striking ochre yellow colour.
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8 June to 8 September 2005

Royal Summer in The Palace

In the summer of 2005, the exhibition Royal Summer in The Palace was put on. It focused on the designers Bruno Ninaber van Eyben and Peter Struycken, both of whom made sensational designs for the Dutch guilder and the Dutch stamp at the beginning of Queen Beatrix's reign.
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22 January to 22 May 2005

Wood & Stone

In January 2005, the exhibition Wood & Stone, contemporary graphic works from the collection of the Bouwfonds Kunststichting opened. This exhibition consisted of two parts: one part comprising woodcuts and one part comprising lithographs.
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