27 Feb 2013
Theatre in Pictures: a selection of works of art from the ING Collection
From 1 March 2013 to 28 February 2014, Orpheus in Apeldoorn is proud to present Theatre in Pictures.
18 Dec 2012
Discounted admission to REALISME 13
From 17-20 January 2013, REALISME 13 will be held - the premier fair for contemporary figurative art and a must-see for fans of this movement.
15 Nov 2012
Art works Helmantel on loan in Kampen
From 13 November 2012 to 16 March 2013, Henk Helmantel will be showing in Kampen with Inspiration – church interiors, still lifes and icons. ING will be lending two art works to this exhibition.
05 Oct 2012
URBAN OUTSIDERS - Mankind's changing relationship to the city and nature
ING will be lending two works of art to URBAN OUTSIDERS, an exhibition in Huize Frankendael, Amsterdam.
05 Oct 2012
ING Cultural Centre has organised a solo exhibition of the internationally acclaimed, New York based Chilean artist Alfredo Jaar. The project is a satellite event and part of the major international group exhibition Newtopia: The State of Human Rights, in Mechelen (01.09.2012 – 10.10.2012), which ING is the lead sponsor.
08 Aug 2012
Exhibition Koen Vermeule in Twente
Koen Vermeule’s solo-exhibition “High above Ground” in the Rijksmuseum Twenthe (NL) can be visited till 30 September 2012.
22 Jun 2012
PUBLIC / PRIVATE Corporate collections – a Hague perspective, 23 June 2012 – 23 September 2012
Featuring works from the collections of company branches, this will be a surprising and highly varied exhibition.
06 Apr 2012
The Colour of Water
From 14 April to 28 October 2012 the Zuiderzee Museum in Enkhuizen presents paintings and photographs from the ING Collection in the Indoor Museum.
08 Feb 2012
‘Dutch Magic Realism: Past towards Contemporary’ will feature 71 paintings and sculptures from ING Bank’s collection jointly curated by MoA and ING Bank
‘Dutch Magic Realism: Past towards Contemporary’ will feature 71 paintings and sculptures from ING Bank’s collection jointly curated by MoA and ING Bank.
24 Oct 2011
ING participates in ‘Bergense Kunst10daagse’
From 21 until 30 October the yearly art event in Bergen the ’Kunst10daagse’ takes place.
11 Oct 2011
Exhibition Gerti Bierenbroodspot in Slot Zeist
From October 2nd until the 31st of December 2011 the exhibition ‘The Presence of the Past. Lost Archeological Works by Gerti Bierenbroodspot’ will take place in Slot Zeist.
11 Oct 2011
The loving eye. Exhibition with a selection from the ING Collection.
From October 15th till February 19th The Henriette Polak Museum in Zutphen presents the exhibition The loving eye.
04 Oct 2011
Loan Karel Appel to the Cobra Museum
From October 1st till January 15th of 2012 the exhibition Studio Toscane, Karel Appel en Roberto Barni is on show in the Cobra Museum for Modern Art in Amstelveen.
06 Dec 2010
‘Berlage Totaal!’ – Gemeentemuseum The Hague
This year is the 75th anniversary of the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague, the last masterpiece of architect Hendrik Petrus Berlage (1856-1934).
27 Sep 2010
Loan exhibition Fragile till October 31 2010
The Bergkerk Deventer presents the exhibition ‘fragile’ from the 1st until 31th of October 2010.
07 Jul 2010
Ons Soort Mensen (Our kind of people) – Virtual Museum Zuidas
The exhibition ‘Ons Soort Mensen’ (Our kind of people) by the Virtual Museum Zuidas shows sculptures from several corporate collections of members of the Association Corporate Collections Netherlands.
21 Jun 2010
Travel around skulls – 21.06-01.08.2010 – Poland
The exhibition’s title refers to an autobiographical book of the Hungarian writer Frigyes Karinthy’ego (1887-1938).
18 Jun 2010
The Open Garden Days 18 till 20 June 2010 – a selection from the ING Collection
The ING will participate in The Open Garden Days event in Amsterdam.
11 May 2010
ING United Kingdom lends picture by Matthew Smith
The ING Collection United Kingdom has loaned Evening Landscape near Aix-en-Provence by Matthew Smith (1879-1959) to an exhibition of Smith’s landscape paintings of Cornwall (Great Britain) and Provence (France).
01 Apr 2010
O CRISIS! – Huize Frankendael
We’re now entering what may well be the most challenging man-made calamity in modern experience, a global financial crisis of unprecedented size, speed, interconnectedness and complexity