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

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

Plan Your Visit
Today, May 18

12:00–18:00
through May 29
As part of the long-term collaboration between de Appel and artist Mariana Lanari, the exhibition Catching Up in the Archive will present Lanari's ongoing research into archival infrastructures and the mediation between physical and digital libraries.

18:00–19:00
through April 13
Energy practice exploring dynamics of being present (physical, energetic, and conceptual). Simple yet profound movements based on Chi Kung (rooted in Chinese traditional medicine and martial arts).
Upcoming
Event
07–28.05.2022
through May 28
In the context of the exhibition Catching Up in the Archive, philosopher and writer Aaron Schuster leads a three-session seminar addressing contemporary problems concerning the nature of research, novel methods for the production of knowledge, and life and desire both within and without institutions.

Catching Up in the Archive

Table Guests: Grietha Jurriaans & Els van Odijk

Catching Up in the Archive

Table Guests: Grietha Jurriaans & Els van Odijk

20.05.2022, 12:00–16:00
through May 20
Improvisation session
with the Social Music Club
Event
20.05.2022, 17:00–20:00
through May 20
On Friday the 20th of May the Social Music Club will host a public improvisation session in our exhibition Catching Up in the Archive. Everyone is invited to join in making sound and playing music.
Online
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.