Hermitage Amsterdam is nu H’ART Museum. Je wordt nu doorgestuurd naar de website van H’ART Museum.
Hermitage Amsterdam is now H’ART Museum. You will now be redirected to the H’ART Museum website.
© Eva Bloem


Press releases (archive)
Current and upcoming exhibitions

More information and images of current and upcoming exhibitions

Here you will find press releases, background information and images of current and upcoming exhibitions. Images can only be used free from royalties in the context of editorial content on the exhibitions in H'ART Museum. When using images, always quote the accompanying credits, the photographer’s name, and/or artist.

Expected: Kandinksy

H'ART Museum and Centre Pompidou are proud to present their first exhibition together. About Wassily Kandinsky (Moscow 1866 - Paris 1944). Thanks to the generosity of the artist's widow, Nina Kandinsky - who donated a large amount of artworks and documents - Centre Pompidou holds one of the most famous and important collections of Kandinsky in the world. The exhibition surveys Kandinsky's artistic oeuvre, a personal journey that made him one of the pioneers of abstract art. More than 60 masterpieces from the famous Paris museum are on display, including the life-size Salon de Réception (1922). On show from Wednesday 19 June until Sunday 10 November 2024. 

Press releases
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Background story
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Download the first press image selection here.

Now on display: Solo exhibition Mounira Al Solh

The eleventh ABN AMRO Art Award was granted to Mounira Al Solh. As part of the award, she created Nami Nami Noooom, Yalla Tnaaam, an exhibition and eponymous installation in which she returns to her childhood in a civil war-ravaged Lebanon. The exhibition is open to the public from November 23, 2023 to May 15, 2024. 

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Solo exhibition Mounira Al Solh | Download

Exhibition impression by Janiek Dam | Download
Objects exhibition | Download

Video 11th ABN AMRO Art Award Winner Mounira Al Solh

Now on display: Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar - I came, I saw, I met my doom is the first Dutch solo exhibition in Holland dedicated to Caesar. In collaboration with two Italian museums, Museo Archeologico Nazionale and Museo Nazionale Romano and numerous museums in Germany and the Netherlands. Through nearly one hundred and fifty ancient objects, one of the most exciting stories in world history is told. In eleven scenes, his life passes by from a contemporary point of view. The final verdict is up to the visitor: Julius Caesar, cruel or heroic?

Press kit
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Impression of the exhibition by Eva Bloem

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