Room Period Name Description
Large room 5 May to 11 August 2019 Jan Tullemans Jan Tullemans (1924-2011), nestor of the art scene in Weert, known for painting domestic scenes. Opening of the exhibition on Sunday 5 May at 3 p.m. by John van Cauteren, curator of the Jacob van Horne Museum in combination with the works of Wil Leenders.
18 Aug. to 10 Nov. 2019 Dreieck / Triangle / Triangle Dreieck / Triangle / Triangle, this group of artists consists of 30 ladies from Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands. The reason for the exhibition is the 25th anniversary of the group. The theme of the exhibition is “Mydentities”, to which every artist responds in her own way.
Workshops and guided tours will be given during the exhibition.
17 Nov. until Jan 26 2020 Reconstruction exhibition South Limburg art 1954 Stedelijk museum Amsterdam Reconstruction exhibition South Limburg art 1954 in Stedelijk museum Amsterdam.
The retrospective of this exhibition, which took place in 1954, has a cultural-historical and an artistic side. From a cultural-historical point of view, it is important to see the works exhibited at the time in combination with other works from that period in order to paint a correct picture of the times. The difference between the younger and the older artists is also evident. The young artists saw themselves as rebellious at the time. The exhibition also says something about modernity in Limburg. The image we have of the 1950s in Limburg is strongly determined by the dominant position of the Catholic Church and other authorities.
Charles Eijckzaal 5 May to 11 August 2019 Wil Leenders Wil Leenders (1930-2017) from Weert, art friend of Jan Tullemans. Made many portraits and used a realistic style. Opening of the exhibition on Sunday 5 May at 3 p.m. together with the works of Tullemans.
18 Aug. to 10 Nov. 2019 Dreieck / Triangle / Triangle Dreieck / Triangle / Triangle, this group of artists consists of 30 ladies from Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands. The reason for the exhibition is the 25th anniversary of the group. The theme of the exhibition is “Mydentities”, to which every artist responds in her own way.
Workshops and guided tours will be given during the exhibition.
17 Nov. until Jan 26 2020 Collection Schoonbroodt “South Limburg through the eyes of others” (1830- 1960), is the name of the Schoonbroodt family’s collection of paintings. Artists from outside the province enjoyed the beautiful landscape, villages and towns, churches and castles. A number settled definitively in South Limburg.
For more than 40 years, Giel and Roswitha Schoonbroodt, known for their international art trade Rococo, collected paintings from that period. A representative overview of their collection can be admired from 17 November 2019 to 26 January 2020 at Museum Valkenburg.
Jacques Vonkzaal 5 May to 9 June 2019 Karin van der Linden Karin van der Linden, processes textile into art. The themes that she thus deals with are topics from daily life and often intertwined with her own family history.
The exhibition is called “Remember me” and will be opened on Sunday 5 May at 2 p.m. in the Jacques Vonkzaal by Tineke Geurts, connected to the De Kantfabriek museum.
16 June to 25 August 2019 Jan Hanlo Jan Hanlo, On June 16, 2019, it is fifty years since the well-known Valkenburg poet Jan Hanlo died. Museum Valkenburg wants to commemorate Hanlo with a nice retrospective.
The exhibition will be opened on Sunday 16 June in the Jacques Vonkzaal by Prof. dr. Dr. Wiel Kusters.
Sept. 1 until Oct. 13 2019 We do Remember 75 years of liberation Valkenburg + location: the Post Lindelaan

On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Valkenburg, Museum Valkenburg is organizing a unique exhibition with never-before-seen footage, authentic stories, lectures and attributes from the days of liberation in September 1944.

Upper floor 30 June to 22 Sept. 2019 Dorine van der Ploeg Dorine van der Ploeg graduated in 2015 from the Wackers Academy in Amsterdam. She has since been experimenting with the use of different materials on a variety of surfaces. This varies from oil on plastic to acrylic and chalk on cardboard. She is currently making collages on paper, inspired by nature. Dorine always works on site and after observation. In her compositions she seeks the boundary between figuration and abstraction. In preparation for this exhibition at the Valkenburg museum, she returned to her native region to summarize her impressions in a new series of collages.
29 Sept through 5 Jan. 2020 Nikki Pelaez Nikki Pelaez uses a variety of techniques that she combines with real visual material.
In this way she creates an enigmatic world. Her work is made up of different layers. She combines images in a collage-like manner and finishes them with traditional media. The successive techniques give the work a mystical character.