The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam is a must see. It is the biggest museum of modern and contemporary art and design in the Netherlands. Come and see iconic works by Appel, Chagall, Dumas, De Kooning, Koons, Malevich, Matisse, Mondriaan, Picasso, Rietveld, Warhol and many others.
The Stedelijk Museum is the place where everyone can discover and experience modern and contemporary visual art and design. The collection, exhibitions and educational programmes offer unique and compelling insights into today’s world, reflecting on broader social issues, as well as those that influence our individual lives.
Discover modern art at the Stedelijk Museum
The Stedelijk Museum, is a must-visit during your city trip to Amsterdam. The Modern and Contemporary Art Museum Amsterdam is housed in a two-part building. The original building was designed by Dutch architect Adriaan Willem Weissman and completed in 1895. In 2012, a new wing—aptly nicknamed “the bathtub” for its polished white look and shape—was added to accommodate the ever-growing spatial needs of the museum. The impressive permanent collection features work by Henri Matisse, Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning and many others. Some of the most famous pieces on display include Van Gogh’s Les bêcheurs (1889), Appel’s Vragende Kinderen (1949) and Chagall’s L’autoportrait aux sept doigts (1912). The Modern and Contemporary Art Museum Amsterdam also houses temporary exhibitions and installations by prominent contemporary artists and designers.
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27-01-2018 – 03-06-2018
The Mad Masters
by Stefan Tcherepnin
The Mad Masters is the first institutional solo exhibition of the American artist and musician Stefan Tcherpnin. His visual art revolves around four large monsters, frozen in time. Making them more approachable, relatable and intriguing than scary. About the exhibition – The Mad Masters It is an immersive narrative, frozen in time. See the monsters …
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