Guided Tours

14-15 April 2018

Free Guided Tours by Artist Matthijs de Bruijne

Matthijs de Bruijne: Compromiso Político, exhibition at BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht, 2018, photo: Tom Janssen

On the occassion of the final weekend of the exhibition Matthijs de Bruijne: Compromiso Político, artist Matthijs de Bruijne will give free guided tours on Saturday and Sunday. You can sign up for one of these tours by sending an email to [email protected]

On these days, BAK maintains its regular opening time of 13.00-19.00 hrs. The complementary film program of the exhibition is shown both days in the auditorium from 14.00-17.00 hrs. The tours by Matthijs de Bruijne will start at 15.00 hrs. Entrance fees still apply, but the tours are free of charge. Capacity is limited, so please RSVP to ensure a spot.

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