M HKA gaat digitaal

Met M HKA Ensembles zetten we onze eerste échte stappen in het digitale landschap. Ons doel is met behulp van nieuwe media de kunstwerken nog beter te kaderen dan we tot nu toe hebben kunnen doen.

We geven momenteel prioriteit aan smartphones en tablets, m.a.w. de in-museum-ervaring. Maar we zijn evenzeer hard aan het werk aan een veelzijdige desktop-versie. Tot het zover is vind je hier deze tussenversie.

M HKA goes digital

Embracing the possibilities of new media, M HKA is making a particular effort to share its knowledge and give art the framework it deserves.

We are currently focusing on the experience in the museum with this application for smartphones and tablets. In the future this will also lead to a versatile desktop version, which is now still in its construction phase.

Exhibition: The Collection

M HKA, Antwerpen

28 April 2017 - 31 December 2021

©image: Almagul Menlibayeva

For the first time, the M HKA will be able to present a permanent collection exhibition with iconic masterpieces from Flemish and international artists. The collection exhibition is free to visit on the ground floor. Permanently installed collection works can also be admired elsewhere in the museum.

The art works are chosen out of the M HKA collection which consists of approximately 5000 works of art. The core of the collection is made up of the museum's own acquisitions and works that have been acquired by the Flemish community. In addition, there are donations and a number of public funds that are made publicly accessible by the M HKA, such as that of De Vleeshal in Middelburg. The collection starts with the post-war avant-garde in Antwerp and Flanders, and uses this epoch as a starting point to gain understanding of the multi-polar world of today and the future.

The M HKA collection is set up around three approaches to art: image, action and society. While generally works cannot be classified exclusively under one of these denominators, they are useful approaches to explore the particularity and complementarity of our collection. Image, action and society are the three axes that together make up the space of a work of art: every performative work has a pictural quality, looking is action and every work of art relates to society. This division, therefore, primarily aims to be a starting point from which the public can interact with the works and create new connections.

The M HKA presents a permanent collection with works by Marina Abramović & Ulay, Dirk Braeckman, James Lee Byars, Thierry De Cordier, Raoul De Keyser, Lili Dujourie, Marlene Dumas, Jimmie Durham, Jan Fabre, Dan Flavin, Jef Geys, Jan Henderikse, Ilya & Emilia Kabakov, Gordon Matta-Clark, Almagul Menlibayeva, Otobong Nkanga, Cady Noland, Panamarenko, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Cindy Sherman, Joëlle Tuerlinckx, Luc Tuymans and Jan Vercruysse.


Antwerp Museum App

In a hurry, but still eager to learn more about the M HKA collection? The Antwerp Museum App is the perfect tool for you. You will find a short text about each work in our permanent collection, which will give you a quick overview of some of the highlights of the museum. Download the Antwerp Museum App here.

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Media

>Almagul Menlibayeva, Steppen Police, 2010

> Theater Praxinoscope, 1878-1889. Media Archaeology.

> Praxinoscopa à vapeur, 1878. Media Archaeology, wood, metal.

> Lantern 'Tour Eiffel', 1889. Media Archaeology, iron, 35 cm.

> Radio Junior - Postcard Projector, 1910. Media Archaeology, tin.

> Marlow Moss, Compositie met dubbele lijn en blauw vlak, 1934. Painting, oil on canvas, 72.5 x 55 cm .

> Jan Henderikse, Houten groentekisten [Wooden Vegetable Crates], 1962-2012. Installation, wood, variable dimensions.

> Robert Filliou, À 4 pattes dans les Carpates, 1964. Book, ink, paper.

> Panamarenko, Zwitserse fiets [Swiss Bicycle], 1967. Object, tin, cardboard, linen, 61.5 x 60 x 66 cm .

> Robert Filliou, Optimistic Box N°1, 1968. Object, wood (beech), lock, labels, 1 stone, 11 x 11 x 11 cm.

> Robert Filliou, Optimistic Box n°4 and 5, 1968-1981. Object, paper, ceramics, 9.5 x 16.5 x 11 cm.

> Robert Filliou, Petite histoire un peu sainte, 1969. Book, ink, cardboard, Ø 6 cm.

> Robert Filliou, Optimistic Box n°3, 1969. Object, wooden box, labels, 6 x 12 x 2,9 cm.

> Guy Mees, Water te Water [Water to Water], 1970. Video, dvd, 00:03:13.

> Paul De Vree, Belf(e)ast, 1971. Photography, photo emulsion, canvas, 47 x 34 cm.

> Paul Van Hoeydonck, Fallen Astronaut, 1971. Sculpture, aluminium, 8.5 x 3 x 1 cm.

> Luc Deleu, Mobile Medium University Revisited (floating U.I.A.), 1972-1982. Mixed Media, wood, plastic, paint, plexi, 110 x 60 x 25 cm.

> Panamarenko, Meganeudon, 1973. Multiple, fiberglas, hout, plexi, ijzer, motor, 15.3 x 36 x 12.5 cm.

> Carlos Ginzburg, Qu'est-ce l'art?, 1974-2017. Photography.

> Nicolás Uriburu, Project Coloration Bonaparte Dock Antwerp, 1974. Intervention, dia positives.

> Luciano Ori, Driiiin, 1975. Print.

> Lamberto Pignotti, Journal, 1975. Print.

> James Lee Byars, The Intellectual Murderer Shoes, 1975. Installation, fabric, shoes, 23 x 33 x 13 cm.

> Eugenio Miccini , Poetry Gets Into Life, 1976. Print, ink, paper, 500 x 700 mm.

> Lili Dujourie, Stilleven [Still Life], 1976. Collage, collage on paper, 4 x ( 390 X 300 mm).

> James Lee Byars, Letter to Flor Bex (The Giant), 1976. Letter, inkt op gouden papier, 158 x 177 cm.

> Gordon Matta-Clark, Office Baroque (Doors Crossing), 1977. Installation, wood, 198 x 77 x 4 cm.

> Gordon Matta-Clark, Office Baroque # 669, 1977. Photography, cibachrome, tape, hard board, plexi, 175 x 105 cm.

> Anna Bella Geiger, O Pão nosso de cada dia [Our Daily Bread], 1978-2006. Photography, 76 x 48 cm, 59 x 48 cm, 95 x 79 cm.

> Michelangelo Pistoletto, Divisione e moltiplicazine dello specchio [Division and Multiplication of the Mirror], 1978. Sculpture, wood, goldpaint, mirror, 2 x (100 x 45 cm).

> Jan Fabre, Ik, aan het dromen [Me, Dreaming], 1978. Sculpture, mannequin, plaster, clothes, smoked meat, table, chair, microscope, nails, thumbnails, table; 70x 50 x 80 cm, chair; 140 x 50 x 40 cm; figure; 160 x 50 x 100 cm, microscope; 20 x 10 x 10 cm.

> Dan Flavin, Untitled (to the real Dan Hill) 1b, 1978. Sculpture, neon, 244 x 12 x 22 cm.

> Jan Fabre, Fantasie-insecten-sculpturen [Imaginary-insect-sculptures], 1979. Installation, spiders, abacus, shell-cocoon , 130 x 65 x 90 cm.

> ORLAN, MesuRAGE de la place Saint-Lambert, Liège , 1980. Performance.

> Robert Filliou, Dieter Roth, Standard-Book/Livre-etalon, 1981. Multiple, paper, leporello, artist book, folded: 4 x 4 cm, unfolded: 4 x 79.6 cm.

> Marina Abramović & Ulay, Rest Energy, 1981. Photography, polaroid, 55 x 68 cm.

> Cindy Sherman, Untitled No 121 A, 1983. Photography, photo, paper, 53.5 x 88.2 cm.

> Jacqueline Mesmaeker, Conversation au bord de la Seine, 1984-2017. Sculpture, wood, nut shells, cigarette butts, candle wax, 26 x 54 x 26 cm.

> Luc Tuymans, Hotelkamer [Hotel Room], 1986. Artist Novel, oil, canvas, 50 x 60 cm.

> Jimmie Durham, A Dead Deer, 1986. Sculpture, skull, bone, wood, paint, string, plastic, 120 x 72 x 14.4 cm.

> Ben, Er is geen kultuur zonder avant-garde, 1987. Painting, acrylic, canvas, 100 x 100 cm.

> Ben, Er is geen taal zonder kultuur, 1987. Painting, acrylic, canvas, 100 x 100 cm.

> Ben, Er is geen volk zonder taal, 1987. Painting, acrylic, canvas, 100 x 100 cm.

> Thierry De Cordier, Hoofdbreker [Head-Breaker], 1988. Sculpture, wood, paint, 42 x 33 x 73 cm.

> Cady Noland, Oozewald, 1989. Sculpture, aluminium, nylon, silver cloth, 180 x 90 x 73 cm.

> Takis, Antigravity, 1990. Sculpture, painted aluminium, polysterene spheres, magnets, 48.5 x 37.5 cm.

> Martin Kippenberger, Neighbourhood's Nap (Tauben haben noch keinen Krieg verhindert), 1990. Installation, wood, plaster board, plastic, cassette player, 71.5 x 71.5 x 20 cm.

> Jef Geys, Zwarte overall, 1991. Photography, photo, 187 x 132 x 4 cm.

> Raoul De Keyser, Zilver [Silver], 1991-1992. Painting, oil, canvas, 82 x 67 cm.

> Jimmie Durham, Jesus. Es geht um die Wurst [Jesus. It's about the Sausage], 1992. Sculpture, wood, iron, steel, ink, paper, acrylic, mud, glue, 152 x 40 x 113 cm.

> Anatoly Osmolovsky, Documentation of the performance Journey of Netsezudik to the Land of the Brobdingnags (Mayakovsky/Osmolovsky) , 1993. Photography.

> Fanoi Mhkize, Traffic signs and bird, 1993. Installation, mixed media, variable dimensions .

> Marlene Dumas, Sacrifice, 1993. Painting, oil, canvas, 70 x 90 cm.

> Jan Vercruysse, Les Paroles (III), 1994. Sculpture, wood, iron, paint, 130 x 220 x 180 cm.

> Joëlle Tuerlinckx, Aux Dimensions de: quelque chose [In the Dimensions of: Something], 1995. Installation, carroussel, slides, folder, pictures, triplex, 4.5 seconds.

> Luc Tuymans, Ijzertoren [Yser Tower], 1995. Film, oil, canvas, 115.5 x 75.5 cm.

> Luc Tuymans, Vlaams dorp [Flemish village], 1995. Artist Novel, oil, canvas, 110.5 x 144.5 cm.

> Koen Theys, Personal Odradek, 1997. Sculpture, metal wire, photo collages, variable dimensions .

> Ilya & Emilia Kabakov , In the Closet, 1998. Installation, drawings, wood, pictures, lamp, clothes, 190 x 60 x 60 cm.

> Peng Yu, Exile, 2000. Video, betacam sp, 03:12:13.

> Hans-Peter Feldmann, Old painted plaster head, 2001. Sculpture, plaster, 50 cm (80 x 40 x 40 cm).

> Dirk Braeckman, AP7/07-02, 2002. Photography, c-print, aluminium, 83 x 60 cm.

> Bernd Lohaus, Ohne Titel, 2004. Sculpture, wood, wax, 45 x 29 x 18 cm.

> Charif Benhelima, Off-street, B KL 2273, 2005. Photography, cibachroom, aluminium, plexiglas, 40 x 42 cm.

> Franz West, Hain [Grove], 2006. Object, metal, perspex, tl-lamp, 295 x 130 x 95 cm.

> N S Harsha, Head, 2008. Installation.

> Hamish Fulton, Mont Blanc, 2009. Sculpture, paint, wood, 9.5 x 17 cm.

> Erbossyn Meldibekov, Mutation, 2009. Sculpture, 4 x (24 x 29 x 15 cm).

> Koen van den Broek, Madonna, 2010. Film, oil on canvas, 93.5 x 85.5 cm .

> Vaast Colson, Barter, 2010. Multiple, ink, paper, 20 x 20 x 20 cm.

> Almagul Menlibayeva, Steppen Police, 2010. Photography, cibachrome, 127 x 183 x 8.5 cm.

> Ivan Kožarić, Phallus, 2011. Object.

> Taus Makhacheva, Landscape, 2013. Installation, series of wooden objects, carved by kazbek alikhov.

> Ria Pacquée, FROM MY ROTTING BODY, FLOWERS SHALL GROW AND I AM IN THEM AND THAT IS ETERNITY, 2014. Multiple, photo print on barite paper, wooden shelf, flower pot in terra cotta, ground, dymo lettering.

> Els Dietvorst, Driftwood, 2015. Sculpture, wood.

> Nadia Naveau, I Spy with my little Eye, 2015. Sculpture, 16 × 38 × 11 cm.

> Evgeny Antufiev, Untitled, 2015. Sculpture.

> Evgeny Antufiev, Untitled, 2015. Sculpture, fabric, wolf tooth, 40 x 19 x 11 cm.

> Otobong Nkanga, Infinite Yield, 2015. Mixed Media, textile.

> David Claerbout, Olympia (The Real-Time Disintegration into Ruins of the Berlin Olympic Stadium over the Course of a Thousand Years), 2016. Installation, two-channel real-time projection, color, silent, hd animation, 1000 years.

> Laure Prouvost, Eye Sting, 2016. Object, ceramic salt and pepper eyeballs, 5 cm.

> Christophe Terlinden, Échelle, 2017. Sculpture, bronze covered with 23 3/4 karat gold leaves, 22 x 9 x 4.5 cm.

> Alain Arias-Misson, My Other Selves, 2017. Sculpture.

> Laure Prouvost, Un masque, 2017. Multiple.

> Rein Dufait, Dromend, 2017. Sculpture.

> Ivan Kožarić, Untitled. Sculpture.

> Timothy Segers, Untitled (knoop). Sculpture.

> Laterna Magica. Media Archaeology.