de Appel arts centre

The façade of de Appel arts centre in Amsterdam
de Appel is an internationally oriented arts centre located in the city centre of Amsterdam. Since 1975 it has functioned as a site for the research and presentation of contemporary visual art through exhibitions, publications and discursive events.

Furthermore de Appel is a platform for visual artists, choreographers and theatre makers. Under the title 'Appel on the side', de Appel brings a broad events programme and regularly organises free tours around the exhibitions.

In addition, under the title "Appel on the side", it organises a very broad programme of events, ranging from introductory talks to conferences lasting several days. As a publisher, de Appel publishes artist books and monographs, periodicals and anthologies of essays.

De Appel regularly organises free tours around the exhibitions. Tailor-made tours are also possible for groups of teachers, students, businesses or other interested groups. Visitors pay the normal entrance price, and the tour is free. For reservations, e-mail
Concealed behind a typically Amsterdam classical façade, the building where de Appel is located, has an idiosyncratic architectural style with very different exhibition halls in terms of space, and ample spaces for the library, the bookshop, the offices and the Curatorial Programme.
Prins Hendrikkade 142, Amsterdam
Amsterdam City Centre
+31 20 625 56 51
Tues to Sun: 11.00 to 18.00
Tickets can be purchased at the entrance of de Appel arts centre itself.
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