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Museum Arnhem is a museum of contemporary & modern art, applied arts and design, situated in a beautiful park in Arnhem overlooking the river Rhine. Everything the museum does is focused on the connection between art and society.
The museum is known for its magical and neo realist collections (Jan Mankes, Carel Willink and Dick Ket) and for the collection of art by women artists and Non-Western art. The museum garden displays works of art by Henry Moore, Rebecca Horn, Marc Quinn and many others.

The Museum Café is a popular place for visitors and non-visitors and was voted Best Museum Café in the Netherlands in 2015.

Museum Arnhem
Utrechtseweg 87
6812 AA Arnhem
The Netherlands
www.museumarnhem.nl

10 videos

  • RAVAGE - Playfully yours | fashion, art, design

    Museum Arnhem presents the first major retrospective of the artist duo RAVAGE. A selection of more than 40 years of uninhibited life's work shows how RAVAGE has developed a unique signature and method. After graduating from the renowned fashion department of ArtEZ Institute of the Arts in Arnhem, the duo has carved its own niche in the world of international fashion, design and fine art.

  • RAVAGE - brainstorm with Lidewij Edelkoort

    From 27 May 2017 Museum Arnhem presents the first major retrospective of the artist duo RAVAGE. A selection of more than 40 years of uninhibited life's work shows how RAVAGE has developed a unique signature and method. After graduating from the renowned fashion department of ArtEZ Institute of the Arts in Arnhem, the duo has carved its own niche in the world of international fashion, design and fine art.

  • Oogmerk - Louise te Poele

    Unfortunately, there isn't an English version available.

  • Oogmerk - Marten Hendriks

    Unfortunately, there isn't an English version available.

  • Casper Verborg’s Parallel worlds

    An artist, living and working in Arnhem, who merges parallel worlds from the past and present: Casper Verborg.

  • JO BAER – Winner of Jeanne Oosting Price 2016

    Video portrait of artist Jo Baer, winner of the Jeanne Oosting Price 2016 for figurative painting. As the ‘Grande Dame’ of painting, who continually reinvents herself, she inspires younger generations.

  • SONSBEEK '16 - Marco Paulo Rolla

    For SONSBEEK ’16 transHISTORY Marco Paulo Rolla performed Sensible Smash at the opening of the exhibition.

  • SONSBEEK ’16 – Eva Kot’átková

    Watch the live performance by Eva Kot'átková and her dolls in Sonsbeek '16.

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