Fine Arts | 15.03.2024 - 15.03.2026

After several years of renovation works and an impromptu show of Maxim Kantor’s works, the fourth floor of the museum is finally reopening with a brand-new presentation of our extensive modern and contemporary art collection, spanning sculpture, painting, photography and video art.

  • Free

Arranged thematically, the new display seeks to draw parallels between works of different times and genres, paying particular attention to colour, shapes and overarching motifs. The result is a playful and associative exploration of our collection designed to appeal to a broad audience.

In addition to all-time favourites like van Rysselberghe’s Portrait de Laure Flé (1898), Picasso’s Paysage de Cannes au crepuscule (1960) and de Chirico’s Piazza d’Italia (1970), the presentation will also feature a wealth of new acquisitions from the past four years, on show for the very first time at the museum. An exciting programme of events and activities also accompanies the exhibition.