Foto Sam Tobiana
26 July
— 28 August
Dutch Heritage Amsterdam
Come to see π˜›π˜©π˜¦ 𝘡𝘰𝘸𝘦𝘳 𝘰𝘧 π˜‰π˜’π˜£π˜¦π˜­ (c. 1568) by Pieter Bruegel I
Welcome to the last edition of Dutch Heritage Amsterdam: a four-part series of focus exhibitions in which one masterpiece from a leading Dutch collection is highlighted. π˜›π˜©π˜¦ 𝘡𝘰𝘸𝘦𝘳 𝘰𝘧 π˜‰π˜’π˜£π˜¦π˜­ (c. 1568) by Pieter Bruegel I (c.1525 – 1569) from the Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam will be on display exclusively at the Hermitage for five weeks, until Sunday 28 August. The exhibition explores the life of the painter and how he situates the centuries-old biblical story of the tower in his own time and environmen; the Netherlands in the sixteenth century. From benches in the shape of red bricks, visitors look into the world of the old tower. And there is a lot more to see and to discover.
Amsterdam Museum in the Hermitage
On view from 17 May
Exhibition of the tenth ABN AMRO Art Award winner Neo Matloga
Museum of the Mind | Outsider Art
Museum of the Mind | Outsider Art: Intriguing, unpolished art by people with extraordinary backgrounds.
Outsider Art Gallery


Β© National Portrait Gallery, London.
This fall
From September 17th to January 8th 2023

This autumn there will be a high-profile exhibition with us

𝕃𝕆𝕍𝔼 π•Šπ•‹π•†β„π•€π”Όπ•Š – 𝔸ℝ𝕋, β„™π”Έπ•Šπ•Šπ•€π•†β„• & 𝕋ℝ𝔸𝔾𝔼𝔻𝕐 consists of moreΒ than a hundred portraits about love, passion and tragedy from the late sixteenth century until today, is coming to the Hermitage Amsterdam! A selection of Dutch portraits will also be added to the National Portrait Gallery, London exhibition in collaboration with the Dutch National Portrait Gallery.

The exhibition is on view with us from September 17th to January 8th 2023 and includes among other portraits, the painting with which Thomas Jenkins wanted to showcase his niece Anna Maria Jenkins (Angelica Kauffmann, 1790) and the photographed actor couple Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh. In addition to romantic love, themes such as obsession and infatuation, tragedy and loss are topics of conversation.

The Hermitage Amsterdam is open again!

We present: Bruegel's Tower of Babel