The Bijbels Museum took the initiative as a guest of the Zuidas and invited, besides VU Amsterdam, ABN AMRO and AkzoNobel to join forces for this special art initiative that is now taking place in the Zuidas for the first time.
Though Amsterdam Zuidas is not noted for its art, it is home to some of the most prominent international art collections in the Netherlands. Especially for this art walk, they organise a hospitable welcome on six consecutive Fridays, 20 and 27 May, 3, 10, 17 and 24 June. At these locations, tour guides or hosts will be available or there will be exhibition booklets to explain the exhibitions.
Visit the different locations and explore the fascinating cross-fertilization between art and science in the VU ART SCIENCE gallery, feel the spiritual power of Annita Smit’s monumental paper sculptures in CIRCL; discover young talent next to major international works in the ABN AMRO Kunstruimte and be beguiled by numerous portraits in the AkzoNobel Art Space. Entry, exhibition pamphlets and guided tours are free of charge, reservation is not necessary. In addition, cafe or restaurant facilities are present at most locations.
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VU ART SCIENCE Gallery: Natural Technology, welcome to the Symbiocene
Address: Nieuwe Universiteitsgebouw, De Boelelaan 1111, 1081HV Amsterdam
Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday 12:00-18:00
ABN AMRO Kunstruimte: Power of Art en Eleven Women, and More…
Address: entreehal ABN AMRO main office, Gustav Mahlerlaan 10, Amsterdam
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 8:30-18:00
AkzoNobel Art Foundation: ALL EYES
Address: AkzoNobel main office, Christiaan Neefestraat 2, Amsterdam
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 9:00-18:00