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Exhibition Matisse to Malevich.
Pioneers of modern art from the Hermitage
Location Hermitage Amsterdam
Amstel 51, Amsterdam
Exhibition dates 6 March 2010 to 17 September 2010
Information 0900-HERMITAGE (0900-437648243) lokaal tarief of 020-5308751 /
Patron Stichting Hermitage aan de Amstel
Director Ernst W. Veen
Design Wim Crouwel
Composer of the exhibition Dr. Albert Grigorjevitsj Kostenevich Statemuseum Hermitage St.-Petersburg
Graphic design Pieter Roozen
Guest curator Henk van Os
Opening hours Daily from 10 am to 5 pm
Wednesday to 8 pm
Closed on 25 December and 1 January
Adults:€ 15
Children aged up to 16:free
Friends of Hermitage Amsterdam:free
CJP:€ 12
Groups of up to 15:€ 12
Audio Tour It is possible to view the exhibition with an Audio Tour. It provides more information about the works and adds to the atmosphere. Available in Dutch, English and French. Price: € 3 each. Reservations may be made via
Exhibition catalogue The catalogue “Matisse to Malevich. Pioneers of modern art from the Hermitage” contains an introductory essay by Professor Henk van Os, short biographies of the artists and informative texts about all the works in the exhibition. The book is attractively designed and profusely illustrated in colour.
Price: €29.95 (may be subject to change)
Tours Groups may book one of the Hermitage’s professional guides: +31 (0)20 530 87 55 or Price: € 90 per tour (excluding admission to the exhibition), maximum 15 persons. Tours are available in Dutch, English, German, Italian, Spanish, French, Russian, Turkish, Arabic and Berber.
Lectures On request a Hermitage guide can give a talk in one of the three conference rooms. Price:€ 175 per talk (excluding admission to the exhibition and excluding the cost of hiring the room).The number of persons who can attend the talk depends on the room (24, 30 or 60). Booking via:
Museum shops The museum shop collection consists of books and products related to the subject of the exhibition. The shop also has a permanent collection of Russian literature, Russian music, (contemporary) films, art books and its own merchandise line of special Hermitage Amsterdam products. The museum shop is open to visitors who do not have a ticket for the exhibition. Opening hours: daily from 10 am to 5 pm and Wednesday to 8 pm.
Studiecentrum Het studiecentrum is gratis toegankelijk voor alle bezoekers van de Hermitage Amsterdam.
Via 16 computers en touchscreens is informatie te krijgen over de onderwerpen van de tentoonstellingen en de collectie van de Hermitage St.-Petersburg. Er is toegang tot het filmarchief en de bibliotheek van de Hermitage Amsterdam. Dagelijks is er in de middag een speciaal filmprogramma, gerelateerd aan de tentoonstelling. Openingstijden: dagelijks van 13.00 tot 17.00 uur.
Facilities Museum shop, Children’s Gift Shop, Study centre, Café-restaurant Neva, a large auditorium and a separate Friends Lounge
Hermitage Information In the Amstel Wing, on the front of the Hermitage Amsterdam, there are two permanent presentations. One room is devoted to the relationship between the Netherlands and Russia. The other deals with the history of Amstelhof as a building and an institution. The Amstelhof presentation covers the Regentesses Room and the old kitchen as well. It also provides access to the website of the Hermitage in St Petersburg.
How to get there Tram: line 9, Waterlooplein stop
Metro: Line 51, 53, 54, Waterlooplein stop, Nieuwe Herengracht exit
Museum Boat, Stopera stop
Coaches Loading and unloading in Weesperstraat
Group entrance: Nieuwe Keizersgracht
Boat transport There is a landing stage in front of the main entrance on the Amstel. For groups there is a landing stage on Nieuwe Keizersgracht.
Parking The nearest guarded parking garages are those of the Muziektheater, Parking Waterlooplein in Valkenburgerstraat and Markenhoven in Anne Frankstraat, right by the entrance to the IJ Tunnel.
Access All rooms and facilities are wheelchair-friendly. There are three toilets for the disabled. The building has three public lifts. Wheelchairs or rollators may be reserved via

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