Africa Supernova

Sep 24, 2023 to Jan 07, 2024

The collection of Carla & Pieter Schulting


Sep 10, 2022 to Jan 08, 2023

The exhibition BAKSTEEN pays tribute to this material with work by more than fifty artists, architects and designers from the Netherlands and abroad.

Abrasive Paradise

Feb 05, 2022 to Aug 14, 2022

In 2022 Kunsthal KAdE presents the exhibition 'Abrasive Paradise', in which twelve contemporary artists are invited to reflect upon the utopian ideal of a makeable world, within a world that turns out to be anything but makeable.

'WINDOWS' by Marc Mulders

May 03, 2014 to Aug 31, 2014

Kunsthal KAdE has invited artist Marc Mulders (b. Tilburg, 1958) to curate its opening exhibition in Amersfoort’s new Eemhuis cultural centre. The painter will show his own recent work in dialogue with pieces by other artists.

A Balancing Act

Sep 15, 2018 to Jan 06, 2019

A Balancing Act will showcase the work of a number of Dutch and international artists who explore the quest for equilibrium in sculptures, installations, photographs, paintings, performances, drawings and video works.


May 26, 2018 to Aug 19, 2018

The focus of this group exhibition is the drawing material CHALK. Artists have been asked to produce new work with blackboard chalk and there are (inter)national loans of Joseph Beuys, Rudolf Steiner, Juan Muñoz and Nemanja Nikolić.

Henk Visch

Jan 28, 2012 to May 06, 2012

Kunsthal KAdE presents a major solo exhibition of work by artist Henk Visch. It is the first ever show in the Netherlands to feature a representative selection of sculptures from every period of Visch’s 35-year career.

MAESTRO VAN WITTEL - Dutch master of the Italian cityscape

Jan 26, 2019 to May 05, 2019

Caspar van Wittel (1653-1736) was born in Amersfoort, left around 1673 for Italy, earned a good reputation for himself there and never returned to the Netherlands. Today, the vast majority of his works are in collections in Italy, England and Spain. With the exhibition 'MAESTRO VAN WITTEL – Dutch master of the Italian cityscape', Museum Flehite and Kunsthal KAdE honour this master, who is virtually unknown in the Netherlands, with a major retrospective.