Guided tours — 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 Dec 2019, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 26 Jan 2020

Every last Sunday of the month and during the Christmas break, you are welcome to join this tour free of charge.

Price
This tour is free of charge with a valid museum ticket. Reservation is recommended and can be made via the ticket button below. There will also be some spots available in the museum, on the day of the tour. But please note; these will be handed out on first come, first serve basis.
Location
Meeting point at the information desk
Time
21 Dec, 3.45 pm until 4.45 pm
22 Dec, 3.45 pm until 4.45 pm
23 Dec, 3.45 pm until 4.45 pm
24 Dec, 3.45 pm until 4.45 pm
25 Dec, 3.45 pm until 4.45 pm
26 Dec, 3.45 pm until 4.45 pm
27 Dec, 3.45 pm until 4.45 pm
28 Dec, 3.45 pm until 4.45 pm
29 Dec, 3.45 pm until 4.45 pm
30 Dec, 3.45 pm until 4.45 pm
31 Dec, 3.45 pm until 4.45 pm
1 Jan 2020, 3.45 pm until 4.45 pm
2 Jan 2020, 3.45 pm until 4.45 pm
3 Jan 2020, 3.45 pm until 4.45 pm
4 Jan 2020, 3.45 pm until 4.45 pm
5 Jan 2020, 3.45 pm until 4.45 pm
26 Jan 2020, 3.45 pm until 4.45 pm
Main language
English
Admission
Tickets
  • Marc Chagall, ‘Zelfportret met zeven vingers’, 1912-13
    Marc Chagall, ‘Zelfportret met zeven vingers’, 1912-13
  • Piet Mondriaan, ‘Compositie no. IV, met rood, blauw en geel’, 1929
    Piet Mondriaan, ‘Compositie no. IV, met rood, blauw en geel’, 1929
  • Emmy Andriesse, ‘Parijs’, ca.1950
    Emmy Andriesse, ‘Parijs’, ca.1950
  • Kees van Dongen, ‘Anna de Noailles’, 1931
    Kees van Dongen, ‘Anna de Noailles’, 1931

At the beginning of the last century, Marc Chagall, Pablo Picasso, Piet Mondrian and other acclaimed and unknown artists move – for various reasons – to Paris, the art capital of the world. They must learn to survive in a society that is increasingly polarized, nationalistic, xenophobic and anti-Semitic. This exhibition tells the story of artists in a foreign country who, despite adverse conditions, have the courage to take art to new heights. The show is an incredible chance to see the work of the great modern masters in a new light, ánd to discover new artists.

This exhibition presents art from the rich collection of the Stedelijk Museum, and includes work by more than 50 artists, photographers and graphic designers. What’s more, a number of Chagall paintings have been restored especially for the exhibition, after which they will be on display alongside more than 30 other works by Marc Chagall.

 Enter the world of Chagall, Picasso and Mondrian with a tour guide and discover the work of their lesser-known Parisian contemporaries.