• Mondriaan & de Stijl

    Gerrit Rietveld, child’s highchair, 1921/1965 Photo: Gerrit Schreurs

    Without De Stijl the homes and streets and the very cityscapes of the western world would have looked very different. And even today the group that grew up around Piet Mondrian and Theo van Doesburg continues to inspire artists, designers and architects. more

    Highlights Mauritshuis

    Now until 05/04/2014

    Six centuries of art under one roof: a hundred highlights of the Mauritshuis are currently on exhibition in the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag. more

    Delftware Wonderware


    One of the most wonderful and grandest collections of Delftware is finally on display in an atmospheric exhibition. more

  • Discover the modern

    Alexej von Jawlensky, Woman’s Face, ca. 1911, oil on canvas, Gemeentemuseum Den

    Experience the personal side of art with Claude Monet, Wassily Kandinsky, Pablo Picasso, Piet Mondrian, Francis Bacon, Constant, Louise Bourgeois and many more. more



    A new interactive display offers a fresh and entertaining introduction to fine art. more

    Minimal Art

    Now until 05/11/2014

    In 1968 the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag became the first European museum ever to... more

  • Mondrian and Cubism

    Now until 05/11/2014

    Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) was a man of boundless ambition. He made himself... more

    Complex Images

    Now until 06/22/2014

    Het Gemeentemuseum Den Haag is famous for its great Mondrian collection (the... more

    Thomas Houseago

    Now until 08/10/2014

    The monumental figures of British sculptor Thomas Houseago (b. Leeds, 1972)... more

  • Asian Art and Dutch Taste

    Now until 10/26/2014

    From Balinese woodcarvings to Batavian silverware, from Indonesian krisses to... more

    The Vincent Award Room: Matthias Weischer

    Now until 07/06/2014

    The Vincent Award Room is a compact space that lends itself to unusual... more

    Mark Rothko

    Expected from 09/20/2014 until 01/18/2015

    The oeuvre created by Mark Rothko (1903-1970) is both epic in scale and... more

  • Preview of collection item 'Ensemble bestaande uit mouwloze jurk van witte katoen bedrukt in bruin, jas van witte wol en hoed van bruin stro met garnering van de bedrukte stof'
  • Preview of collection item 'Bathers'
  • Preview of collection item 'Zeilschepen op zee'
  • Preview of collection item 'Wandelkostuum van paars laken en bedrukte Liberty-zijde met smockwerk en borduursels, bestaande uit rok, blouse, jas en losse ondermouwen'
  • Preview of collection item 'Giso nr.21'
  • Preview of collection item 'Jurk van crèmekleurige zijde met incrustaties van oranjerode en zwarte zijde in vorm van bliksemschicht'
  • Preview of collection item 'Zeegezicht'
  • Preview of collection item 'Sibylle'
  • Preview of collection item 'Mini-jurk bestaande uit 2 panelen van wit vlieseline, aan beide zijden middels zwarte rasterdruk bedrukt met portret van Bob Dylan met zwarte zonnebril'
  • Preview of collection item 'Wandbespanning met koppende voetballer'
  • President Obama bezoekt Gemeentemuseum Den Haag

    President Obama visits Mondrian

    During the Nuclear Security Summit 2014 (NSS) in The Hague, President Barack Obama paid a visit to the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag. The president responded with enthusiasm at the sight of the splendid Art Deco building which dates back to 1935, one of the finest museumbuildings in the Europe. Together with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, Museum Director Benno Tempel and Mayor of The Hague Jozias... read more

  • Gift from Bert Kreuk Collection

    The Gemeentemuseum Den Haag has received a new donation from the Bert Kreuk Collection. read more

  • The Chanel effect

    The Gemeentemuseum Den Haag has clocked up 40,000 visitors in the opening month of its exhibition The Chanel Legend. read more

  • Photo's opening Chanel

    The photo's taken at the opening of The Chanel Legend and in the #ChanelforEveryone studio are now available online. read more

  • Photo's Museumnight

    Photo's of the Museumnight are available online. read more