Where is the Groninger Museum in the Netherlands?

The Groninger Museum ( Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɣroːnɪŋər myˈzeːjɵm]) is an art museum in the city of Groningen in the Netherlands. The museum exhibits modern and contemporary art of local, national, and international artists. The museum opened in 1874.

Is the De Ploeg Museum in Groningen a masterpiece?

The striking museum building is a masterpiece in itself. Of course, the city and province of Groningen plays a key role, with unique portraits, sparkling silverware and the remarkable works of the Groningen-based De Ploeg artist collective.

Can you take a scooter to the Groninger Museum?

The Groninger Museum is easily accessible to both wheelchairs and mobility scooters. There are a few wheelchairs and walking frames available in the museum. There also is an accessible toilet. Visitors in possession of an ‘ OV-begeleiderskaart ’ can bring one wheelchair assistant for free.

Who are the applicants for the Groninger Museum YGA III?

After a suspenseful initial selection round, NP3 and the Groninger Museum chose three new participants for the YGA III programme out of more than 45 applicants. Jurjen Galema, Susanna Inglada and Marit Westerhuis embarked on the talent development scheme in September 2019.

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Who is the creator of the Groninger sculpture?

This type of sculpture was invented by grandfather Pedro Linares, who during a feverish night saw a vision of a hybrid being with lizard, insect and bird characteristics. From that moment onwards, the whole family has been creating these visionary creatures.