De Coninckplein 25-26
|Tuesday – Sunday 11:00–18:00
|Monday – Friday 09:00 – 16:00
Free entrance for Forum
M HKA Entrance
€ 8 | € 4 concessions
€ 4 | € 2 concessions, for aged 60+, groups of 10 or more, students, employment seekers, people with disabilities, inhabitants of Antwerp
€ 1 under 26 year olds, and for everyone on Thursdays from 18:00 until 21:00
Free under 13 year olds, Friends of the M HKA, ICOM, VMV
Our Salon is for kids and grown-ups. Come and let us know what you think and who you are.
How to reach M HKA
from Antwerp Central Station:
bus 23 (direction: Zuid, stop: Zuid)
from Antwerpen-Zuid train station:
tram 4 (direction: Sint-Pietersvliet, stop: De Vrierestraat) or tram 12 (direction: Wim Saerensplein, stop: Amerikalei)
Take the ring around Antwerp and get off at exit 5a and follow the sign for ‘Schelde’, then turn left at the end of the exit ramp, follow this road until you reach the ‘Scheldekaaien’ (docks along the river Scheldt) and then turn right onto the Gerlachekaai. From there, the 9th street to the right is Leuvenstraat. There is sufficient parking at the end of the Leuvenstraat.
For press enquiries, please contact Bert De Vlegelaer, Press Officer, M HKA
M HKA is an initiative of the Flemish Community and is supported by the City of Antwerp, the National Lottery, Klara, Cobra.be, H ART and Bank Degroof.
The exhibition is realised with the support of: the Culture Programme of the European Union, and of the Evens Foundation in Antwerp, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon, the Embassy of Portugal in Brussels, Frame Visual Art Finland in Helsinki, the Lithuanian Cultural Council in Vilnius and the Mondriaan Fund in Amsterdam. [logos]
In partnership with AIR Antwerpen, CAHF (Contemporary Art Heritage Flanders), the Permeke Library and the Hendrik Conscience Heritage Library in Antwerp. [logos]
Works in the exhibition have been co-produced by Galleria Zero in Milan, HISK (Hoger Instituut voor Schone Kunsten) in Ghent, Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler in Berlin, Kunsthalle Lissabon in Lisbon and Wilkinson Gallery in London.