Art does not need a common language, it is international in itself.

The network of fourteen institutions in the Meuse-Rhine Region is as contemporary as the art they present. Within a radius of 100 km, the border region of Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany offers a wide varity of exhibitions and events, many of which can be visited in one day. The venues each have a higly individual approach and present art in the most appealing way: direct and inspirational, reflective and atmospheric.

Together, the Very Contemporary network wants to increase the awareness of what this region has to offer in terms of visual arts.

supported by the ministry of north rhine-westphalia

Current Exhibitions

Museum De Domijnen

  • 03.09.2017
    07.01.2018

    Ecovention Europe

  • 14.10.2017
    25.11.2017

    EXPIRATION DATE (VERVALDATUM)

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NAK

  • 22.10.2017
    03.12.2017

    Open Thoughts - Emma Talbot

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Van Eyck

  • 11.07.2017
    31.12.2017

    Margaret Van Eyck

  • 30.08.2017
    26.11.2017

    The Materiality of the Invisible

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Z33

  • 17.09.2017
    10.12.2017

    PERPETUAL UNCERTAINTY

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ikob

  • 25.10.2017
    10.12.2017

    STAR WORK № 25: A BILLION SQUARE CIRCLES - Emmanuel Van der Auwera

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Leopold-Hoesch-Museum

  • 24.09.2017
    26.11.2017

    Karl Fred Dahmen. Das Prinzip Landschaft

  • 24.09.2017
    26.11.2017

    Tom Früchtl. lowfidelity

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SPACE Collection

  • 07.10.2017
    25.11.2017

    BEN BENAOUISSE - CURATED BY JOKE LOOTENS

  • 21.10.2017
    25.11.2017

    LES VAINCUS - CURATED BY THE ART HISTORIAN GENARO MARCOS

  • 09.12.2017
    20.01.2018

    ARNAUD EUBELEN & LISA MEYER

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CIAP

  • 24.09.2017
    17.12.2017

    Stijn Wybouw / S.W en het CIAP Pact

  • 24.09.2017
    17.12.2017

    Meetsysteem

  • 24.09.2017
    17.12.2017

    Carla Swerts / Woestijngetijden

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Marres

  • 29.08.2017
    26.11.2017

    THE MATERIALITY OF THE INVISIBLE

  • 13.12.2017
    04.02.2018

    Marres Currents #5: I spy, I spy a little lie

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SCHUNCK*

  • 26.11.2017
    14.01.2018

    The post-industrials

  • 26.11.2017
    14.01.2018

    Liza Wolters - Now is a different back then

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Ludwig Forum Aachen

  • 08.09.2017
    18.02.2018

    KUNST X KUBA

  • 22.10.2017
    25.02.2018

    NOEMI WEBER / NOBUYUKI OSAKI

  • 09.11.2017
    15.04.2018

    DIGITAL GAMES. ART AND COMPUTER GAMES

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Bureau Europa

  • 30.08.2017
    26.11.2017

    The Materiality of the Invisible

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