CODART, Dutch and Flemish art in museums worldwide

CODART Launches New Publication Platform: CODARTfeatures

CODART proudly presents its new digital publication platform CODARTfeatures today.


Every month this new section of our website will offer one new in-depth article about Dutch and Flemish art in museums worldwide. It is the successor of the CODART eZine, which launched in 2012 and appeared bi-annually. The format of CODARTfeatures enables a higher frequency of publication and more flexibility in choice of subject matter. Furthermore, the features will be easier to navigate, search, share, save as a PDF and print and can be comfortably read on all devices.

In terms of subject matter the features will continue the course of the eZine and provide information on new curatorial developments, current projects, collections of Dutch and Flemish art in museums worldwide, as well as insight into the work of the museum curator. In our first feature Mark Evans reflects on the CODART 22 congress in Berlin, the city he has visited annually since 1978.

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In the first feature, CODART member Mark Evans shares his thoughts on why he thinks Berlin is the definitive museum city

All CODART Articles

Over the coming years, all eZine (2012-2018) and CODART Courant (1998-2011) articles will be republished as a feature. This means that in time CODARTfeatures will offer all articles ever published by CODART. The next few months the CODARTfeatures section will be further improved by adding tags and links between articles and to other content on the CODART website.