Photo Ninke Martens
Dan Perjovschi, ‘The Entrance Issues’ (2017), courtesy the artist, installation view ‘Extra Citizen’, Kunsthal Extra City, Antwerp, 2017, photo Mark Rietveld
Kunsthal Extra City
BE 2600 Antwerpen–Berchem
Tel +32 (0)3 677 1655
Extra City is a ten-minute walk from Antwerpen-Berchem railway station.
Unfortunately Kunsthal Extra City is not easy accessible for people with a disability.
We advise you to contact us ahead of your visit so we can assist you in the best possible manner.
Wed - Sun, 13:00-18:00 (during exhibition periods)
Kunsthal Extra City also organises activities outside its regular opening hours.
This information can be found on the corresponding page of the event on this website.
Free entrance to all exhibitions and almost all activities.
A free contribution to support Kunsthal Extra City is welcome.
Extra Fika Café
For coffee, breakfast, lunch, brunch, newspaper, book, diner and wine, at democratic prices.
Brunch every Sunday, Thursday and Friday diner and open till 22:00.
Please make your reservation via firstname.lastname@example.org
Wed, Sat, 12:00-18:00
Thu, Fri, 12:00-22:00
Customized guided tours
Don't hesitate to contact us for more information about customized guided tours or tours in specific languages.
We offer guided tours that have been specially adapted for schools, with a specific focus on the notion of citizenship.
How can we describe what a citizen is today? When can we say we belong to a place? How much have the informal meaning and legal definition of the notion of citizenship transformed over the last decades? The exhibitions at Kunsthal Extra City draw on the imagination of contemporary artists to inspire a reflection on the scope of citizenship today, particularly in cities that are faced with an urgency to adapt to the diversity of their inhabitants.
Third grade students (ages 16-18).
Contact us for more information.