Prints in Paris 1900: From Elite to the Street
3 March to 11 June 2017
With 1,800 French fin de siècle (1890-1905) prints, the Van Gogh Museum is home to one of the world’s most prominent print collections. Prints in Paris 1900 transports visitors to the City of Light, where from 1890, the printing revolution erupted. The exhibition features both the prints that were lauded as high art and the world-famous posters (such as Le Chat Noir) that decorated public spaces.
The Dutch in Paris: Breitner, Van Gogh, Mondrian
6 October 2017 to 7 January 2018
In the 19th century, Paris truly beguiled Dutch artists including Jan Sluyters, Kees van Dongen, Piet Mondrian, and naturally Vincent van Gogh. The Dutch in Paris at the Van Gogh Museum is the first large-scale exhibition focusing on the indisputable artistic interaction between the Dutch artists in Paris and their counterparts in the French capital, such as Picasso and Claude Monet.
Opening hours in 2017
Open throughout the year
In 2017, the Van Gogh Museum will once again be open every day of the year. On New Year’s Day, the museum opens slightly later than usual, at 11.00. On all other days, the doors open at 09.00. The museum is open daily until 17.00, Fridays until 22.00. Please check the website for extended opening hours: www.vangoghmuseum.com.
The museum regularly organises lectures, guided tours, workshops and special evening openings. They also offer a multimedia guide, available in 11 languages. If you would like to find out more, please email [email protected].