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CODA Museum

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Published: 21.03.2017

News!

A new selection of pieces of the Museum collection has been featured at the page with works by: Onno Boekhoudt, Helen Britton, Gésine Hackenberg, Marc Monzó, Evert Nijland, Ted Noten, Nina Sajet, Jennifer Trask & Lauren Tickle.
CODA Museum.
Management:
Carin Reinders
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Statement

CODA Museum in Apeldoorn is a museum for contemporary art and regional history. As a museum for contemporary art we have been specializing in jewels and paper art.
The Apeldoorns museum together with the Public Library and Municipal Archives, is a unique combination in the Netherlands. CODA is situated in the middle of the Culture Quarter, the sparkling cultural heart of Apeldoorn. The building is a creation of the architect Herman Hertzberger.
Here you can enjoy superb architecture, a rich permanent collection and exciting exhibitions as well as the possibility of digging up further information in the Library. 

The CODA Collection of Contemporary and Modern Art:

CODA Museum has two collections to which artworks have been added for over 100 years: a historic collection and a collection of modern art. One of the most distinguishing components of the modern art collection is the selection of contemporary jewellery. This jewellery collection does not only give an impression of the developments in jewellery design, but also shows how the relationship between the jewel and visual art, fashion and design has developed over the past decades. With themed exhibitions and monographic presentations, CODA Museum continuously charts these developments. CODA’s jewellery collection consists of over 5000 objects.

Autonomous Art: paintings, sculptures and graphical works of CoBrA artists, the Zerogroep, Lucebert, Corneille, Bram van Velde, Jan Sierhuis en Robert Terwindt, Carel Visser, Peter Struycken, Henk Peeters, Berend Hendriks, Ad Dekkers, Jan Schoonhoven, Raveel, Hannes Postma, Klaas Gubbels, Theo Elfrink, Nicolas Dings, Helen Frik, Arno Kramer, Rineke Marsman, Hans van Hoek, Berend Hoekstra, Paul Damsté.

Artist's books: this collection has been built as from 1978. artist's books are books which have been conceived by artists as works of art and are (or not) in print. There are books of (among others) Karel Appel, John Baldessari, Stanley Brown, James Lee Byars, Ulises Carrion, Hanne Darboven, Jan Dibbets, Michael Gibbs, Krijn Giezen, Gilbert & George, Sigurdur Gudmundsson, On Kawara, Richard Long, Soll Lewitt, George Maciunas, Edward Ruscha, W. Sandberg, David Tremlett and Emmett Williams.

Photography: the emphasis lies on contemporary pioneers who use photography as expressive means. Work of (among others): Paul de Nooyer, Jan Dibbets, Teun Hocks, David Ward en Duane Michals, M.S. Kryzanowski

Jewels:
The collection gives a good overview from approx. 1960. The evolution of goldsmith to jewel designer can be well observed in the collection which shows the evolution of the modern Jewelry. There are (among others) works of Emmy van Leersum, Gijs Bakker, Françoise van den Bosch, Nicolaas van Beek, Marion Herbst, Onno Boekhoudt, Ruudt Peters, Dorothea Prühl.
 

Hours

Mondays closed
Tue 10.00 - 17.30 h
Wed 10.00 - 17.30 h
Thu 10.00 - 20.30 h
Fri 10.00 - 17.30 h
Sat 10.00 - 17.00 h
Sun 13.00 - 17.00 h

Prices:
Adults: € 10.00.
Children under 16 years free.
Library members have free access to CODA museum with their CODA Library-pass!
Members and sponsors of the association friends of the Apeldoorns museum: free with Friends-pass.
Holders CJP-pass 50% discount
Access with museum card is free.
At particular exhibitions special prices may apply.
Yearly museum card
for € 44.90 (for young people under 25 for € 24,90 ), offers free or reduced access up to more than four hundred Dutch museums.

Events      View / hide events

2017:
Fair  08 Mar 2017 - 14 Mar 2017  Schmuck 2017.
Fundraising  02 Mar 2017 - 30 Nov 2017  Bron, Ruudt Peters Retrospective Exhibition: Crowdfunding Campaign.
Meeting  26 Feb 2017 - 26 Feb 2017  Lecture & Workshop by Lucy Sarneel at CODA.
Exhibition  15 Jan 2017 - 09 Apr 2017  Private territory in public by Lucy Sarneel.
2016:
2015:
Exhibition  01 Nov 2015 - 17 Jan 2016  Paul Derrez, Maker Jewellery and Objects 1975-2015.
Exhibition  01 Nov 2015 - 17 Jan 2016  Iron(y) - Jewellery by Sophie Hanagarth.
Exhibition  01 Feb 2015 - 25 May 2015  Into the Zoo by Felieke van der Leest.
2014:
Award giving  10 Dec 2014 - 10 Dec 2014  Seulgi Kwon: Emerging Artist Award Winner 2014.
Exhibition  21 Sep 2014 - 25 Jan 2015  Broken Memories, Precarious Links by Tota Reciclados.
Exhibition  01 Jun 2014 - 14 Sep 2014  Jewellery by Iris Bodemer and Ute Eitzenhöfer.
Exhibition  02 May 2014 - 07 Sep 2014  Reinventing Nature by Terhi Tolvanen.
Exhibition  06 Apr 2014 - 25 May 2014  The Jewellery Collection of Annie Brouwer-Korf.
Exhibition  30 Jan 2014 - 30 Mar 2014  Chain Reactions: Claartje Keur’s jewellery and portrait.
2013:
Exhibition  06 Jul 2013 - 27 Oct 2013  CODA Paper Art 2013.
2012:
Exhibition  27 Oct 2012 - 27 Oct 2012  Nina Sajet: Sieraden met een verhaal 2012.
Exhibition  29 Sep 2012 - 24 Mar 2013  Un peu de terre sur la peau.
2011:
Exhibition  22 Jan 2011 - 10 Apr 2011  Philip Sajet: Collections Collected.
2010:
Exhibition  04 Sep 2010 - 06 Dec 2010  Onno Boekhoudt - Work in progress.
2009:
Exhibition  03 Oct 2009 - 07 Feb 2010  Sieren met dieren (Adorn with animals).
2008:
Exhibition  18 Oct 2008 - 18 Jan 2009  Symbols of Faith.
Exhibition  09 Feb 2008 - 22 Jun 2008  Jewellery, anthology from our own collection.
2007:
Exhibition  11 Aug 2007 - 09 Dec 2007  JOC (Jewellery out of Context).
2006:
Exhibition  15 Dec 2006 - 11 Mar 2007  Jewellery, light + more… 1979 – present.
2005:

Publications      View / hide publications

Book:  Evert Nijland, Mercurius & Psyche Jewellery. Schrijver, Ward.  Arnoldsche Art Publisher:  2016
Book:  Private Confessions. Drawing & Jewellery. Maurer Zilioli, Ellen.  Arnoldsche Art Publishers:  Stuttgart,  2016
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Onno Boekhoudt. Brooch: Summertime, 1995. Cardboard, paint.. Onno Boekhoudt
Brooch: Summertime, 1995
Cardboard, paint.
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Helen Britton. Brooch: Ruudt’s Garden, 2009. Silver, diamonds, glass, paint.. Helen Britton
Brooch: Ruudt’s Garden, 2009
Silver, diamonds, glass, paint.
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Gésine Hackenberg. Necklace: Untitled, 2006. Ceramics, gold, resin.. Gésine Hackenberg
Necklace: Untitled, 2006
Ceramics, gold, resin.
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Marc Monzó. Brooch: Color Eclipse, 2011. Aluminium, steel, silver, lacquer.. Marc Monzó
Brooch: Color Eclipse, 2011
Aluminium, steel, silver, lacquer.
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Evert Nijland. Necklace: Thorns, 2010. Silver, glass, linen.. Evert Nijland
Necklace: Thorns, 2010
Silver, glass, linen.
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Ted Noten. Necklace: Fashionista, 2009. Nylon, glass.. Ted Noten
Necklace: Fashionista, 2009
Nylon, glass.
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Nina Sajet. Necklace: Kolencollier, 2009. Porcelain, pencil, enamel.. Nina Sajet
Necklace: Kolencollier, 2009
Porcelain, pencil, enamel.
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Jennifer Trask. Necklace: Compositae, 2013. Deer antlers, bone, diamond, resin.. Jennifer Trask
Necklace: Compositae, 2013
Deer antlers, bone, diamond, resin.
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Lauren Tickle. Necklace: 250.000 dollar necklace, 2012. Dollar bills, latex, silver, monofilament.. Lauren Tickle
Necklace: 250.000 dollar necklace, 2012
Dollar bills, latex, silver, monofilament.
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Katja Prins. Necklace: Inter-Act 12, 2011. Silver, steel, constructed coral.. Katja Prins
Necklace: Inter-Act 12, 2011
Silver, steel, constructed coral.
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Ute Eitzenhöfer. Necklace: Briefjescollier, 1998. Silver, steel.. Ute Eitzenhöfer
Necklace: Briefjescollier, 1998
Silver, steel.
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Beate Klockmann. Ring: Untitled, 2002. Gold thread, amber.. Beate Klockmann
Ring: Untitled, 2002
Gold thread, amber.
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Felieke van der Leest. Bracelet: Sprouts Train, 2006. Textile, plastic, silver, coral.. Felieke van der Leest
Bracelet: Sprouts Train, 2006
Textile, plastic, silver, coral.
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Noon Passama. Brooch: Untitled, 2010. Fur, brass.. Noon Passama
Brooch: Untitled, 2010
Fur, brass.
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Alexander Blank. Brooch: Evil Ed’s friend, 2009. Silver, Perspex, foam, lacquer.. Alexander Blank
Brooch: Evil Ed’s friend, 2009
Silver, Perspex, foam, lacquer.
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David Bielander. Brooch: Perlensau, 2009. Gold, pearls, steel.. David Bielander
Brooch: Perlensau, 2009
Gold, pearls, steel.
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