We didn't like the two other exhibitions at all, but the main one was superbly done, and very complete
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This gallery space is large with a lot going on. It is set in lovely park grounds where we stopped for a picnic. The gallery had a good range of shows on including photography, painting and sculpture. Unfortunately we found it very difficult to tell...More
The Kunsthal has different exhibitions throughout the year. You pay one admittance for all exhibitions. For example hyper-realistic paintings, beautiful pictures made by famous photographers. I visit the Kunsthal as a local several times a year. Each time very surprising. A must see when you...More
They always have new expos whose details are freshly updated on the websites. A must-go for contemporary art + photography fans. Would recommend buying a museum card!
Been here a couple of times and there is always a good exhibition whenever I go. This museum often shows work of superb photographers or has an exhibition with a theme. Such as Dinosaurs / James Bond / Fashion. Current exhibitions include the work of...More
The Kunsthal is an interesting place to check out. Not your regular kind of museum and I recommend you do check online what they have on display, as they tend to have more niche displays as well
if you are the slightest interested in art, old or new, get going for the Kunsthal. its in the very epicentrum of many museums and right now you can see a great exhibition with Superealismus from the 70-is and until today. stunning in all aspects.
Still one of Rotterdam's foremost (modern) art exhibition spaces. We visited on a working day and the exhibition was remarkably quiet - so different from for example London exhibitions... All in all making for a relaxed visit.
We especially went to see the exhibition "Hyperrealisme" about painted pictures that actually look like photographs. Other exhibitions in this hall didn't really interest is. So visiting this art hall really depends on the exhibition you want to visit. Nice walk from the station to...More