Van Gogh Europe Foundation
Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) is one of the world's most loved artists. His paintings, drawings and letters inspire people of all ages. His work can be admired in numerous museums around the world. Many places where the artist lived and worked can be visited, from the Netherlands to the South of France. About 25 organisations and museums in the Netherlands, Belgium and France have joined forces under the name Van Gogh Europe. Together they are actively engaged in maintaining and promoting Van Gogh’s heritage.
Mission Van Gogh Europe
The Van Gogh Europe Foundation is a network of collaborating European locations and collections associated with Vincent van Gogh’s life and work. It aims to make Van Gogh’s cultural heritage accessible to a wide audience, in order to inspire, unite and engage current and future generations.
The board comprises
Alain van der Horst, Chair (Head of Press Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam)
Elisabeth Boelrijk, Treasurer (Director Marketing & Business Development, Kröller Müller Museum)
Anne-Sophie Foron, Secretary (Head of Visitors Department & Communications, Fondation Vincent van Gogh Arles)
and the following members of the board:
Livia Wang (Creative Director, Van Gogh House London)
Philippe Goninet (President of the Office du Tourisme, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence)
Natacha Vandenberghe (Director of the Office du Tourisme, Mons)
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