Photo Exhibition in the Studio of the Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven: March 14 until April 12, 2015

Book presentation: Saturday March 14, 02:30 PM at Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven. Carina Weijma talks about her pictures in the context of objectivity.

The admission to the presentation in the Library / Studio is free. To visit the Van Abbemuseum, see information below:

Van Abbemuseum
Bilderdijklaan 10
5611 NH Eindhoven
The Netherlands
T: +31 (0)40 238 1000
F: +31 (0)40 246 0680
E: info[at]

Museum Opening Hours
Tuesday – Sunday 11.00 – 17.00
First Thursday evening of the month 11.00 – 21.00
Easter Monday 11.00 – 17.00
Whit Monday 11.00 – 17.00
Library Opening Hours
Tuesday – Friday 11.00 – 17.00


Adults € 12,-
Children under 13 years of age free
Young people from 13-18 years € 6,-
Groups of 10 or more € 9,-
Students € 6,-.
Holders of ‘Museumkaart’ / Rembrandt pas free
Members of CIMAM/ICOM free
Holders ‘Voordeel met je Biebpas’ € 9,-
Eindhoven city pass (stadspas) € 6,-
Family pass (adults & max. 3 children until 18 years) € 18,-
Friends of the Van Abbemuseum free

Admission to the Library, Museum Shop and the Museum Café is free.

First Thursday evening of the month from 17.00-21.00 is free. In January 2015 the Thursday evening that we’re opened is on 8 January.

Wheelchair accessibility

The Van Abbemuseum is wheelchair accessible. Next to the main entrance there are 2 parking-places for disabled visitors. Next to the back entrance (Stratumsedijk 2) there are 2 additional parking-places for disabled visitors.

For assistance, please call: +31 (0)40 238 10 00.

People with visual disabilities and their guide dogs are welcome in the museum. Supervisors for the visually impaired have free entrance. Every second Sunday of the month there is a free Special Guests guided tour for the blind and visually impaired at 2 p.m., when visitors can touch the works of art, which come to life, for example, by using special sensory replicas and small reproductions of paintings and sculptures accompanied by smells, music and literature..

Every first Sunday of the month there is a free Special Guestsguided tour in sign language at 2 p.m., led by a deaf guide