Grab your chance to collaborate with the two exhibiting artists at Nest: complete the drawing by Jameszoo and Philip Akkerman and send us your work by post or email.
This exhibition, or more like surreal choreography, shows an extraordinary collaboration and friendship between two artists who get to the heart of the fibers of their medium.
Prior to the exhibition Heske ten Cate interviewed Philip Akkerman and Jameszoo. Listen to the conversation below.
In samenwerking met Zuidelijk Toneel en Theater aan het Spui staat vrijdag 10 en zaterdag 11 februari de voorstelling A Masterpiece van Dennis Vanderbroeck bij Nest. In deze performance probeert Vandenbroeck een meesterwerk te maken aan de hand van het werk van zijn helden.
Welcome to ‘The Grand Palace of Everyone’, a place where collaboration is paramount and boundaries are non-existent. There is no difference here between ‘insider’ and ‘outsider’ artists, between art and design, between day and night culture, or between fantasy and reality. What mechanisms determine whether you are a professional artist or an ‘outsider’? No Limits! […]
One Nest Stand #32 – Students of the Royal Academy of Art The Hague will respond on the exhibition The Grand Palace of Everyone. The exhibition will be a place where collaboration is paramount and boundaries are non-existent.
Tussen 24 september en 28 november is er in Nest de tentoonstelling ‘Is it possible to be a revolutionary and like flowers?’ en in de Electriciteitsfabriek de presentatie ‘Ω’ te zien. Wij bieden combi-tickets aan op de momenten dat beide locaties open zijn. Openingstijden waarbij je gebruik kunt maken van de combi-tickets zijn: vr 16.00 – […]
A cultural tour along artists’ initiatives, galleries and art institutions. Hoogtij takes place four times a year on Friday evenings in the city centre of The Hague.
I Beg to Differ is weer terug, met een nieuw debatprogramma op iedere 3e dinsdag van de maand. Het nieuwe seizoen start op 21 september met de meest bekende 3e dinsdag van het jaar: Prinsjesdag.
Nest made the publication “Is it possible to be a revolutionary and like flowers?: A contemporary floriography”.
The artists show that the flower as a symbol can seduce, comfort, heal, adorn and distract, and find common ground in feminist affinities, queer desires and ecological solidarity.
Hereby we would like to cordially invite you to the festive opening of ‘Is it possible to be a revolutionary and like flowers?’* Thursday, September 9th at 8 – 10 pm.
Iliada Charalambous created this work of art as meeting place for discussing and imagining a more equal future.
On the last day of the exhibition III, two artist tours are planned with Ana Navas, Evelyn Taocheng Wang and Mila Lanfermeijer.
During the summer holidays we send out Verwend Nest art packages with inspiring workshops.
On Sunday 18 July between 3-5 pm, the artist Iliada Charalambous invites everyone to participate in her artwork ‘In solit-dary times’ in the Huygens Park in The Hague.
Nest and 1646 are working together on a large scale exhibition in the public space of The Hague with work by graduating art students. The open call closes 1 June.
The publication ‘A Fair Share of Utopia’ is now available in English, published by Jap Sam Books.
During Art Rotterdam, a number of works will be exhibited in the outdoor area of the Van Nelle Factory. Two works from the exhibition A Fair Share of Utopia will be on display at the fair this year.
In this exhibition, three artists explore the meaning of repetition, appreciation and appropriation. In seven rooms, designed for them by architect Donna van Milligen Bielke, they tell a layered story about friendship, artistic kinship and their autonomy within.
Join in today with Daisy Madden-Wells’ lion picnic. On show today and tomorrow during Hoogtij.
On the grass stands the façade of an apartment building. While working on this set piece (that was realized for one specific shot in the film) Bob started gradually seeing it more as a spatial installation.