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About Kunsthal Helmond

About Kunsthal Helmond

Kunsthal Helmond is the gallery used to hold temporary photography and art exhibitions for various target groups. The modern hall is part of the Boscotondo complex in the city centre of Helmond. Boscotondo is Italian for ’round forest’. The architect designed the houses in a circle around a central courtyard with trees.


Walk online through the Kunsthal Helmond and see the building from outside and inside: entrance hall, downstairs room and upstairs room. The interior is photographed at a certain moment and therefore deviates from current exhibitions. Also check out the promo film from Museum Helmond.

Adolfo Natalini
The Boscotondo complex was designed by Italian architect Adolfo Natalini. He also designed the facade of Kunsthal Helmond, the government building for the municipality of Helmond, Pathé cinema, and the Casatondo residences.

Bronze roof
The outside of the building features a tall, cylindrical entrance topped with an eye-catching bronze roof. The building itself consists of two floors connected by a spiral stairs encased in glass.

Kunsthal Helmond hosts roughly four temporary photography and art exhibitions per year. The subjects are always linked to the works in the museum’s Contemporary and Modern Art and People and Work collections.

Museum shop
A 200 to 250-m2 exhibition gallery is located on the ground floor of Kunsthal Helmond. The first-floor gallery measures roughly 600 to 650 m2. There are also two large art store rooms, a workshop for exhibition projects, a museum shop, and a coffee corner (for self-service drinks).