The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam is the largest museum for modern and contemporary art in the Netherlands. Opened in 1895 in Museumplein, it houses masterpieces from artists like Mondrian, Picasso, Lichtenstein, Haring, Appel, Dumas, De Kooning, Malevich, Koons, Kusama and many others.
With your skip-the-line ticket to the Stedelijk you will get priority access to works produced by world-renowned artists, including pieces by major 20th-century Dutch artists. The permanent exhibition showcases the evolution of art and design from 1880 to the present. Visit the Stedelijk for an introduction to the history of modern and contemporary art including Bauhaus, Amsterdam School, De Stijl, CoBrA, Abstract Expressionism, Pop art, Minimal art and Conceptual art. Here you can admire works by Appel, Cézanne, Chagall, Dumas, Kandinsky, Kienholz, De Kooning, Koons, Malevich, Matisse, Mondriaan, Picasso, Pollock, Rietveld, Sottsass and Warhol.
The museum also boasts a collection of design objects, including furniture, jewelry, posters and textiles, that are exhibited on a large scale for the first time in the museum’s history. Enjoy applied art, industrial design and graphic design, all presented in a dialogue with each other to create an eclectic mix of artwork. And last but not least, marvel at the museum building fully renovated and expanded with a futuristic new wing at Amsterdam's Museum Square.
From 5 June – 24 October 2021 you can see the exhibition of the American artist Bruce Nauman.
In collaboration with Tate Modern, the Stedelijk Museum presents the largest overview of the American artist, Bruce Nauman, in the Netherlands up to now. Spanning a period of more than fifty years, the exhibition includes a selection of works that have rarely or never been shown. See works that propelled his creative focus in a new direction and spatial works that invite the viewer to share in an immersive experience.