Member of CODART since 2021
Member of CODART from 2012 through 2013 and associate member of CODART in 2020
Areas of specialization
- 17th-century Dutch and Flemish painting
- Early modern cabinets, especially Antwerp kunstkasten
- Paintings on copper and stone
- Relationships between art and nature
Exhibitions curated since 1999
Dr. Nadia Groeneveld-Baadj, “Experiencing the Wonder of Gouda in the Saint John’s Church”, CODARTfeatures, April 2022.
Brueghel: The Family Reunion
Nadia Groeneveld-Baadj (ed.)
Zwolle (WBOOKS), 2023
“(Re)Framing a Family: Five Generations of Brueghel”
Essay in Brueghel: The Family Reunion, Zwolle (WBOOKS), 2023, pp. 17-53.
“Twee kanten van dezelfde medaille: dubbelzijdige altaarstukken van Pieter Pietersz. en Pieter Pourbus in Museum Gouda”
Article in Tidinge: Speciale editie over Beleef het Wonder van Gouda (2022), pp. 17-25.
“Stone Surfaces and Materialities of Marble in 17th-Century Flemish Painting”, “Wilhelm van Ehrenberg, Jesuit Church in Antwerp” and “Follower of Hendrick van Balen, Bathsheba”
Essay and two entries in Paintings on Stone: Art, Science and the Sacred 1520-1800, catalogue of an exhibition at the St. Louis Art Museum
Munich (Hirmer) 2020
“Painting on Stone and Metal: Material Meaning and Innovation in Northern European Art”
Essay in Almost Eternal: Paintings on Stone and Material Innovation, edited by Piers Baker-Bates and Elena Calvillo, pp. 248-269
Leiden (Brill) 2018
More selected publications by Nadia Groeneveld-Baadj (PDF file, 2023)