Stedelijk Museum

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The new Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, restored and enlarged by Benthem Crouwel Architects - Image Zwartlicht © Courtesy of Stedelijk Museum
© Foto: John Lewis Marshall
Stedelijk Museum
Museumplein 10
1071 DJ Amsterdam
Venue Type: Museum

December 10th - March 5th, 2017
Solo Exhibition
Loretta Fahrenholz
December 3rd - May 21st, 2017
November 27th - January 29th, 2017
Part 1: Manic / Love
Jordan Wolfson
November 12th - January 8th, 2017
October 1st - March 5th, 2017
Machine Spectacle
Jean Tinguely
September 10th - January 8th, 2017
Mohamed Bourouissa
August 26th - January 1st, 2017
Dream out Loud - Designing for tomorrow's demands
Pieke Bergmans, We Make Carpets, Dirk Van der Kooij, Studio Drift, Fairphone, Benedikt Fischer, Formafantasma, Agatha Haines, Bart Hess, Jesse Howard, Hella Jongerius, Marleen Kaptein, Patrick Kruithof, Metahaven, Next Nature Network, Floor Nijdeken, Studio Roosegaarde, Boyan Slat, Helmut Smits, Studio Stallinga, Pieter Stoutjesdijk, Marjan van Aubel, Olivier van Herpt, Pavèl van Houten, Elisa van Joolen, Claire Verkoyen
February 18th, 2017 - April 23rd, 2017
Part 2: Truth / Love
Jordan Wolfson
February 4th, 2017 - May 21st, 2017
Camera in Love
Ed van der Elsken
Open hours
Sat-Thu 10-6; Fri 10-10
+31(0) 20 5732.911
+31(0) 20 6752.716

The Stedelijk Museum has officially announced the date of its highly anticipated re-opening. On Sunday, September 23, 2012, the museum will welcome the public into its newly renovated and expanded facilities.

A complete renovation of the Stedelijk’s historic building, designed by A.W. Weissman and dating back to 1895, has converted virtually all of its program spaces into galleries, enabling the first comprehensive display the Stedelijk has ever mounted of its permanent collection, widely acknowledged to be among the world’s most important collections of modern and contemporary art and design. The dynamic new building—designed by Mels Crouwel of Benthem Crouwel Architects and measuring 10,000 square meters (98,400 square feet)—will provide new space for the Stedelijk’s renowned and influential temporary exhibitions, as well as a host of new amenities. The innovative design also re-orients the entire museum to face onto Amsterdam’s Museumplein (Museum Plaza), activating a vital public space that is shared by the Stedelijk and its neighbors: the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Concertgebouw.

“With this long-awaited opening, the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam will reaffirm and strengthen its place among leading international art institutions, showcase Amsterdam as a center of artistic experimentation and bring new life to the Museumplein, re-establishing it as a cultural destination,” Ann Goldstein stated. “And with the completion of Mels Crouwel’s bold yet brilliantly functional building, we are effectively adding a major new work to our exceptional collection of Dutch modern design.”