Secondary schools always visit the Kunsthal with a guide. During the tour, the guide interacts with students about the works of art, asks viewing questions and engages students in short assignments. The price of a school visit including a guided tour is € 75.00 per group of up to 15 students. There is no admission charge for teachers and supervisors. The guided tour will take about 60 minutes. Requests for class visits must be submitted at least three weeks in advance via the button below. In less than ten working days you will be notified whether we are able to welcome the class(es) at the requested date and time.
ArtHopping: right through the Kunsthal
available all year arround
During ArtHopping, a guide will lead you past various artworks and objects at a high pace, criss-crossing through the Kunsthal, while at the same time encouraging you to look differently at the extraordinary building. In only an hour, this allows you to find out more about several of our exhibitions as well as the Kunsthal building. Book this varied tour past many highlights and hidden gems now, and get ready to be surprised.
hall 2 | Sylvie Fleury. yes to all
30 MARCH UNTIL 8 SEPTEMBER 2024
Discover the work of the Swiss artist Sylvie Fleury (1961, Geneva). For the very first time her provocative installations, sculptures, ready-mades, and paintings will be shown in the Netherlands. In a playful way, Fleury challenges the cultural constructs of gender stereotypes. She uses modern advertising strategies such as attention-seeking slogans, brightly coloured neon lights, and seductive presentations to explore the boundaries between contemporary art and consumerism. Incorporating elements from the worlds of fashion and film, pop culture, and art history, Fleury consistently succeeds in creating unexpected new stories, always infused with a generous dose of humour and individuality! Book a school visit now and introduce your students to this unique artist!
HALL 1| Richard Avedon. Relationships
1 JUNE UNTIL 6 OCTOBER 2024
Meet the American master photographer Richard Avedon (1923-2004). With over a hundred and thirty photographs, the exhibition Richard Avedon: Relationships sheds light on Avedon’s groundbreaking contribution to fashion photography as well as his distinctive photographic portraits. His powerful, expressive portraits capture people like the writer Truman Capote, the actress Marlene Dietrich, the musician Bob Dylan, the artist Andy Warhol, and the actress and model Nastassja Kinski. Relationships is a celebration of Avedon's innovative power and creativity and shows how the photographer was able to convey the complexity and vulnerability of human relationships in the photographic frame like no other. Book your school visit now and stand face to face with celebrities, pop stars and political leaders!