Beautiful exhibit of Kasimir Malevitch design and art thoroughly explained his movement from cubism and expressionism to suprematism and constructivism. The permanent exhibition features several very important paintings. Don't miss those by Chagall and the Van Gogh, along with some interesting Picasso pieces. But seeing the Dutch painters of the 20th century was perhaps the most interesting part of the visit. Definitely worth a stop on your museum tour. Great combination of classic paintings with lesser-known Dutch artists that we very much enjoyed. Easy visit... you can get a very good sense of the place in less than two hours without rushing through. The furniture and industrial design permanent exhibition was fascinating... from Art Deco to the Dutch modernism of Reitveld to the playfulness of Joe Colombo and Ettore Sottsas,
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