Due to installing exhibitions temporarily closed until 1 June - Cobra Museum voor Moderne Kunst

Due to installing exhibitions temporarily closed until 1 June

Temporarily closed until 1 June

The museum is temporarily closed due to the installment of  three new exhibitions. On 2 June, the museum will reopen its doors. Full of new art and unique stories.

Jean-Michel Basquiat, Untitled, 1982, Museum Boijmans van Beuningen Rotterdam c/o Pictoright 2023

Freedom without Borders. From Appel to Basquiat
This exhibition is the highlight of the anniversary year in which we celebrate the 75th anniversary of the international Cobra movement (1948 – 1951)! A must-see for anyone interested in modern art and a unique opportunity to see these revolutionary and inspiring works up close.

Pablo Picasso, Mains tenant un Poisson A.R.214, 1953, Collectie Serra, Mallorca, c/o Pictoright 2022

The other Picasso. Back to the origin
The year 2023 also marks the 50th anniversary of the death of one of the most famous artists of the 20th century and this will be widely commemorated in France and Spain. The Cobra Museum is also dedicating a special exhibition to Picasso.

Toverfee valt coronavirus aan, Whanzi (5 jaar), 2020

All children are artists
Jeroen Krabbé and Annefie van Itterzon present children’s drawings at the Cobra Museum. This exhibition fits seamlessly into our programme of summer exhibitions: Freedom without Borders and The Other Picasso, which are on show at the Cobra Museum at the same time.