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Today Marianne (âWermarâ) and I took the train to
As we both have a âMuseumkaartâ (Dutch for âMuseumcardâ, Iâll write a review about it later on) we could skip the long line waiting to buy tickets.
From February 19 2010 the exhibition âPaul Gauguin, the breakthrough into modernityâ is running, until June 6 2010.
The exhibition âMasters from the Museum Mesdagâ is in the run-up to the reopening of this museum in
It is not allowed to take photos inside the â
More information at: www.vangoghmuseum.nl (in 7 languages!).
After a nice lunch we visited another museum, the Hermitage Amsterdam. This museum is open since June 20 2009, and is now running her second exhibition.
All art is on loan from the
The current exhibition is (from March 6 â September 17 2010) âMatisse to Malevich, Pioneers of modern art from the Hermitageâ From April 1 until May 9 âDanceâ by Henri Matisse is in
Itâs not allowed to take photos at the exhibition, but you can see some pictures and find a lot more information on: www.hermitage.nl
The Hermitage has a self service machine to get your tickets if you have a âMuseumkaartâ (as mentioned before).
As we had enough modern art for the day we decided to be âreal touristsâ and took a canal cruise by âBlue Boat Companyâ (review will follow).