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Welcome!

Escher in The Palace is open to the public, but not in the manner it was previously. Due to the regulations of the Dutch government, it is mandatory that every visitor aged 13 and over must show a coronavirus entry pass at our museum. This pass will be scanned at the cash register.

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Escher, a wonderful feeling

For a few years now, Escher in The Palace has been working on making the museum accessible to as many people as possible. Ways in which we have done so include making alterations within the museum to allow for independent museum visits, adjusting our guided tours, and increasing our website’s…
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New acquisition in the museum

Escher in The Palace recently acquired the sculpture Antigravity (2019) by Canadian sculptor and architect David Umemoto through a special acquisition fund. The sculpture is currently on view in room 9 at the museum, between M.C. Escher’s prints.

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Graphic Grandeur on film

Want to know more about our exhibition Graphic Grandeur: Escher and his Contemporaries, which we organise in collaboration with Kunstmuseum Den Haag? In these videos, curator Judith Kadee takes you along and gives you a preview, touching on artists such as Jan Hendrik Weissenbruch, Piet Mondriaan and Gerd Arntz. Contemporaries of M.C. Escher, whose works are on view alongside his own in our museum.

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Curator Judith Kadee nominated for VIVA400

Our curator Judith Kadee has been nominated for the VIVA400 award, in the category Business & Creation. Judith, previously the youngest museum director in the Netherlands, has been Escher in The Palace's curator for almost 2 years now. Here, she researches the work and life of M.C. Escher and has already organised many beautiful exhibitions.

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Co-worker Monday:
Brechtje Burger

A lot has changed in the world since the corona crisis. This is also the case at Escher in The Palace. Our colleagues are happy to tell you about these new times in the museum and their own function in our Co-worker Monday.

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Co-worker Monday:
Jeroen Koolen

A lot has changed in the world since the corona crisis. This is also the case at Escher in The Palace. Our colleagues are happy to tell you about these new times in the museum and their own function in our Co-worker Monday.

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Co-worker Monday:
Doris de Bruijn

A lot has changed in the world since the corona crisis. This is also the case at Escher in The Palace. Our colleagues are happy to tell you about these new times in the museum and their own function in our Co-worker Monday.

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Co-worker Monday:
Monique Veldhoven

A lot has changed in the world since the corona crisis. This is also the case at Escher in The Palace. Our colleagues are happy to tell you about these new times in the museum and their own function in our Co-worker Monday.

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Co-worker Monday:
Wim la Haye

A lot has changed in the world since the corona crisis. This is also the case at Escher in The Palace. Our colleagues are happy to tell you about these new times in the museum and their own function in our Co-worker Monday.

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More editions

Curator

Co-worker Monday:
Judith Kadee

A lot has changed in the world since the corona crisis. This is also the case at Escher in The Palace. Our colleagues are happy to tell you about these new times in the museum and their own function in our Co-worker Monday.
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Editor

Co-worker Monday:
Erik Kersten

A lot has changed in the world since the corona crisis. This is also the case at Escher in The Palace. Our colleagues are happy to tell you about these new times in the museum and their own function in our Co-worker Monday.
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Building manager

Co-worker Monday:
André van Lobenstein

After being trained as a printmaker himself and supplying the print-work for the Royal Family for a large part of his life, building manager Andre van Lobenstein ended up at Escher in The Palace. You can hardly imagine a better match.
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Purchaser for the Palace’s gift shop

Co-worker Monday:
Caroline van Ophem

A lot has changed in the world since the corona crisis. This is also the case at Escher in The Palace. Our colleagues are happy to tell you about these new times in the museum and their own function in our Co-worker Monday.
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Museum educator

Co-worker Monday:
Özgür Savas

A lot has changed in the world since the corona crisis. This is also the case at Escher in The Palace. Our colleagues are happy to tell you about these new times in the museum and their own function in our Co-worker Monday.
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Reservations Coordinator

Co-worker Monday:
Jeroen Koolen

A lot has changed in the world since the corona crisis. This is also the case at Escher in The Palace. Our colleagues are happy to tell you about these new times in the museum and their own function in our Co-worker Monday.
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