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31 May – 18.30 - 21.30
Curated by Jaya Pelupessy
Artists: Gino Anthonisse, Jaya Pelupessy, Verena Blok and others
Just a Position

'Just a position' is an educational experiment in which students from the American School of The Hague (ASH) were guided in their artistic process by artists Gino Anthonisse, Verena Blok and Jaya Pelupessy.

In collaboration with ASH, Nest developed an education programme in which students are guided by professional artists in their artistic process. The students are challenged to further develop their visual work and to take a first step towards professionalisation. In a six-month trajectory, the three artists guided the students on a monthly basis, gave constructive feedback and prepared them for their first exhibition outside the school walls.

'Just a position' is a one-day exhibition to which we invite you wholeheartedly.

Participating students:
Alex, William, Noya, Jennifer, Melisa, Kelsey, Jimin, Ewan, Christina, Lucia, Sophia, Kim, Felice, Jenny, Fé

02 Jun – 15:00 - 18:00
Artist: Imran Channa
Pasts in Particles


Opening and book presentation James Brown and Theo Eissens

Opening and book presentation of our new exhibitions of Theo Eissens and James Brown by Mischa Andriessen.

10 Jun – 16:00 - 18:00
Artists: Inge Aanstoot, Janes Haid - Schmallenberg, Peter Feiler and Robin von Einsiedel
Opening exhibition ‘On paper’

Opening of Hoorn & Reniers' summer exhibition 'On paper' with a.o. Peter Feiler, Inge Aanstoot, Robin von Einsiedel and Janes Haid - Schmallenberg. 11 international established and upcoming artists show their works on paper and give their view on the position of the individual in today's Western society.

Artist: Kim Hospers
Vernissage ‘Esse Est Percipi #Whatever’

In the exhibition Kim Hospers (1982) presents his complete 'Esse Est Percipi #Whatever' series, which consists of 12 x 12 small format color pencil drawings. They depict photos of pranks that he finds on the internet: people that have fallen asleep because of drukenness or tiredness whose faces have been painted or written upon, by family or friends to redicule them. Kim hospers interpretets this phenomenon in a postive way: in their riduculouness they are all equal and hence equally 'worthy'. Typical is the craftmanship and meticulous rendering of details used in the drawings that contrasts with the volatile and randomness of the photos on social media.

Fashion Show – Royal Academy of Art The Hague – 2018

On Saturday 16 June 2018, the students of the Textile & Fashion department of the Royal Academy of Art (KABK) will present their contemporary and innovative vision of fashion and textile design during the annual Fashion Show and Exposed at the spectacular Electriciteitsfabriek.

Next to the collections of our Fashion graduates Yasmin Boomsma, Yuki Ito, Tim Scholte and Laura Snijders, the show comprises work made by 1st, 2nd and 3rd year students. The four graduates of the Textile department present their final works during Exposed. Exposed opens together with the Fashion show, and is on show until 20 June.

For the first time, the Keep an Eye Textile & Fashion Award of €10.000,- will be awarded to the most talented graduate of the Textile & Fashion department.

Shows at 18:00h & 21:00h
tickets via:

23 Jun – 17:00 - 19.00
Baobab Magazine Launch

Page Not Found is happy to invite you to the launch of the second issue of Baobab magazine. Baobab, created by Pietro Bulfoni and Daniel Siegersma, is a new magazine featuring works by students of the Photography department at the KABK.

Photo credits: Trees Heil, "Men from the hotel"; Stella Loning, "Nyctalus Noctula", in Baobab #1.

Dongyoung Lee’s Publication Launch

Page Not Found is delighted to invite you to the launch of <English>, Lee's latest publication in collaboration with Martin La Roche and Martijn in 't Veld. "I grew up in a non-roman alphabet culture and will probably never touch the heart of my second acquisition language, ´English´, the language I speak since I came to Europe. My condition of living in a second language environment makes me approach topics often more from naivety than that they form an articulated consciousness. I try to see language without preknowledge and prejudice: this is what I call ´naivety on language´."

Dongyoung Lee uses graphic design to create autonomous forms. She holds MA in Communication design in 2008 at Hongik University (Seoul, KR). She participated to the Jan van Eyck academy (Maastricht, NL) between 2013 and 2014 and the Frans Masereel Centrum (Kasterlee, BE) in 2016. Her works and books are exhibited at WorkSpaceBrussels, Kaai Studio (Bruxelles, BE), Tafels: Flemish-Dutch presentation of artist books at Art Brussels and Art Rotterdam, and Fons Welters (Amsterdam, NL).

06 Jul – 18:00 - 23:00
Artists: Hieke Luik, Ien Lucas, Julie Cockburn, Mat van der Heijden, Michel Hoogervorst, Ossip and Sjoerd Buisman
Opening Erdbeeren mit Sahne

Special opening for The Hague Contemporary Weekend.

From Friday 6 July through Thursday 12 July the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague (KABK) will host its annual Graduation Festival, with nearly 200 bachelor and master students showcasing their graduation projects.

Open daily from 11:00 - 20:00
check the full programme online at

Festive opening and award ceremony on Friday 6 July 16:00 - 22:00

07 Jul – 15:00 - 18:00
Artist: Tamara Dees

Opening: Le départ du voilier, solo show by Tamara Dees