Caro Verbeek diagnostically sniffing a 19th century pomander at the Rijksmuseum, 2016.
Scentscape for the Philipspavilion by Le Corbusier during the Night of History, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, 2013.
Olfactory tour “Smelling the World”, Amsterdam Museum, 2013.
Blind Scholar Piet Devos reading the reconstruction of the 1921 tactile poem “Sudan-Parigi” (1921), 2013.
People enjoying the scent bar during Museumnacht, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, 2012.
Visitor during “Inhaling Art” (2014 – 2017) at the Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, 2016.
Visitor at Villa Rot sniffing olfactory documentation during the exhibition ‘Something in the Air – Scent in Art’, 2015.
Scent station in the documentation room at Villa Rot during the exhibition ‘Something in the Air – Scent in Art’, 2015.
Reconstructing lost perfumes through gaschromatography at IFF Hilversum for the television show ‘De kennis van nu’, 2017.
“Aromatic Art (Re-)constructed”, visitor smelling olfactory documentation of Surrealist Exhibitions, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, 2017.
TV hosts smelling the Battle of Waterloo in their quest to make a multi-sensory movie. NTR, De Buitendienst. Broadcasted October 2nd 2017.
“Aromatic Art (Re-)constructed”, fragrant procession with AromaJockey Scentman (Jorg Hempenius), Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, 2017. Photo by Bert Brouwenstijn.
AromaJockey Scentman (Jorg Hempenius) aramatizing the symposium ‘Aromatic Art (Re)constructed, 2017.
Fred Tabak (formerly IFF) sniffing the contents of an 18th century apothecary cabinet at the Rijksmuseum, 2017.
Caro Verbeek working on the reconstruction of the embalming of William of Orange for Historisch Museum Den Briel, 2018.
Installation of the exhibition “The Museum of Smells” on art historical lost smells, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 2018.
Performance “Beneath Her Eyes”, Amy Toner, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. 2018, photo Ernst van Deursen.
Smell tour for blind and low sighted people at the Rijksmuseum, 2020. Photo Cathelijne Denekamp.
Hannes Walrafen during Verbeek’s tour “In Search of Lost Scents” at the Rijksmuseum, 2020. Photo Cathelijne Denekamp.