Exhibitions and new acquisitions
The exhibition Marinus Boezem. All Shows can now be viewed for the first time, as can the presentations with work by Cornelius Rogge, Ger van Elk, Ger Dekkers and Stanley Brouwn. The three new acquisitions, a folding screen by Giacomo Balla, a drawing by Oleksandr Bohomazov and a painting by Jules Schmalzigaug, are also on display for the first time in the exhibition The futurist collection.

Museum and sculpture garden also open on Mondays
To safely receive as many visitors as possible, the museum and sculpture garden are also open on Mondays.
As of 5 June, the new opening hours are Monday: 11.00 to 17.00 hrs and Tuesday to Sunday: 10.00 to 17.00 hrs.


Catering open
Outdoor restaurant MJ in the sculpture garden and restaurant Monsieur Jacques in the museum building are open again and close at 16.30 hrs.

A safe visit
To avoid having too many visitors in the museum, tickets are only available via the museum’s website. There you can reserve a time for the start of your visit. Tickets with a start time become available in phases. In this phase, tickets are available for a visit until 30 June 2021.
Extra measures are in place in the museum, such as a fixed walking route through the exhibitions and the collection. Hygiene measures are also in place for both visitors and staff.

Installation view Marinus Boezem. All Shows, photo: G.J. van Rooij