In Museum Flehite the history of Amersfoort from the Middle Ages to the Second World War comes alive. Historic objects and artworks shed light on various facets of the city’s history. There are always temporary exhibitions as well.
Until 14 May 2017, the exhibition Armando to Mulders to Visch can be visited, a selection from the collection of private collector Wim van der Meer. In this collection, representative works have been included by big names from recent Dutch art history.
Kunsthal KAdE is situated just outside Amersfoort’s city walls. Through the beautiful 15th century Koppel gate one enters Eemplein with the magnificent Eemhuis. KAdE organises exhibitions in the field of contemporary/modern art, architecture, design and contemporary visual culture.
Until 17 April the exhibition ‘Goed Gemaakt. Ode aan het Maakproces’ (Well Made, a Homage to the Making Process) can be visited.
In 2017, art magazine Kunstschrift will celebrate its 40th anniversary, and on this occasion Kunsthal KAdE will organise an exhibition in cooperation with the magazine: about the magic of the making of artworks through the ages. The exhibition also shows a surprising range of artworks that shed a special light on material and technique, artisanship, ideation and studio practice.
More tips on sightseeing in Amersfoort can be found on nu-in-amersfoort.nl