General

Grote Markt 16, Haarlem
  T +31 (0)23 511 5775
 office [at] dehallen.nl 
 
Postal address: 
P.O. Box 3365
NL-2001 DJ Haarlem
The Netherlands

Open Tuesday-Saturday 11:00 - 17:00
Sundays and bank holidays 12:00 - 17:00
Closed on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day
Closed on Mondays

Admission prices:

Adults € 7.50
Groups (per person) € 6.00
19 - 24 / Studentcard € 4.00
Children 18 and under free
Museum card free
ICOM free
Friends of De Hallen Haarlem free
Rembrandt Society free

De Hallen Haarlem offers free WiFi access

News

NOW ON VIEW AT THE FRANS HALS MUSEUM

Till 12 June artist Than Hussein Clark is showing new sculptures he has developed especially for the Frans Hals Museum. A lively dialogue has been going on there between old masters and today’s artists since 2008.

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PHILIPPE VAN SNICK - Meet the artist

Want to know more about Philippe Van Snick's exhibition? This video shows the artist in his studio, while he was readying for his solo show at De Hallen Haarlem.

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PHILIPPE VAN SNICK - Solo exhibition

De Hallen Haarlem presents a solo exhibition by Belgian artist Philippe Van Snick. The exhibition departs from a key work from 1968, Synthesis of Traditional L-shaped Room, and ends with a new work, Mexican Dream Cabin

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INFLECTED OBJECTS #2 CIRCULATION - Final weeks

In recent years De Hallen Haarlem has put the relationship between art, 'the digital' and the world surrounding us under the microscope. In Inflected Objects #2 Circulation - Mise en Séance this issue is being further studied. 

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RHUBARB RHUBARB - Final weeks

In the Collection Cabinet new work by poet/artist Maria Barnas enters into a dialogue with the conceptual work of Jan Douwe Bakker from the 1970s, from the museum’s permanent collection. 

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TRANSHISTORICAL MUSEUM

Frans Hals Museum | De Hallen Haarlem and Museum M are currently developing a research project on the notion of "transhistoricity" in curatorial practice within the museum field. The conference "The transhistorical museum: objects, narratives & temporalities," is an effort to bring together different perspectives..

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