Plan your visit

De Appel is open from Wednesday to Saturday, 12:00-18:00.

The Archive is open on Wednesday and Thursday, 14:00-18:00. 

Adults: € 5
Students: € 3
Ages 0 – 18: free
We accept ICOM and Museumkaart.

Plan your visit
Today, March 28
de Appel Amsterdam is closed today. We will be open again on Friday, March 31.

Meanwhile you can watch the documentation of our evening Permanent Temporality, read about our publication Drafting futures, remembering a building, or rewatch the Darby English's Keynote The King's Two Bodies.
March 31
Centering around the visible and invisible slow violence in the landscape, the exhibition After the Last Sky by artist Inas Halabi provides a rich soil for cultivating questions about how to represent and perceive violence in the image and questions whether we can trust images.
On the 24th of June, Ann Demeester will moderate an evening about about innovation in the arts and the need for continuity. Since five years de Appel again has a remarkable home: Broedplaats Lely, a brutalistic building in a diffuse part of town, where the accelerated effects of the gentrification of the surrounding are clearly visible. As an institution de Appel is part of this ongoing temporality. Now that the precarity this enhances seems to become more extensive, it is time to start the conversation.
Online Presentation
Between sunrise and sunset on 30 November 2020, de Appel devotes space and time to remembering ULAY (born Frank Uwe Laysiepen on 30 November 1943 in Solingen, Germany), an artist and much more, who shaped our institution profoundly and who passed away on March 2nd this year.
To celebrate the publication: Audre Lorde – Dream of Europe: selected seminars and interviews: 1984–1992 (Kenning Editions, 2020), de Appel organised a close reading group starting late September 2020, in order to collectively read and give voice to Lorde’s work as assembled in this book.