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.
Every Friday Nest presents a work of art by an artist from The Hague in the public space. Local residents and passers-by are cordially invited to come and see the artwork.
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.
Today, Navid Nuur is organizing a performative dialogue where he invites people for a walk.
Today painter Tobias Lengkeek presents a work on the grass. Temporality is important in his work. The places he paints paint are often characterised by it, such as a building site.
On Thursday 29 April at 20:30 you can listen to the talk with Honey Kraiwee.
This exhibition is a gathering of some individual works by the members of Das Leben am Haverkamp – the plastic chair as a stage for a current development in their artistic life.
The fountain “Well…Well…Well…”, with its endless trickling of water, symbolises an information source with a continuous flow of data.
On Wednesday 21st of April we invite you to an online Artist Talk with Ana Navas, Evelyn Taocheng Wang and Mila Lanfermeijer about their exhibition ||| in Nest, which will be hosted by the author Kate Briggs.
This week, Eugenie Boon presents her new work ‘At’e Wega!’, which came about after confronting research into the political and economic systems that shape the relationship between Curaçao and the Netherlands.
On Thursday 15 April at 19:00 you can listen in and talk about new projects that were conceived as an emergency solution during the lockdowns, but will hopefully have a longer existence once the doors reopen again. Like the project Tiny Art Gallery, the mini gallery that artist Marijn van der Leeuw started in 2020.
Leslie Nagel presents her work today on the lawn in front of Nest. This work of art has been put on the world to perform. Leslie would like to see this work as a character in a theatre play, perhaps with other works of art.
As part of Out and About, Willem Marijs presents ELOMA: the Electromagnetic Field Orchestra. Friday 2 April all day on the grass field in front of Nest.
On Thursday 1 April at 19:00 you can listen in and talk during the first conversation with the design duo Glitterstudio. We’ll be talking about setting up and running your own studio in The Hague.
It is a temporary monument of the here and now. An attempt to set up a citizen assembly which builds, at least temporarily, a network and a public, communal space.
For the second edition of Between the Lines Ana Navas, Evelyn Taocheng Wang and Mila Lanfermeijer chose ‘This Little Art’ (2017) by writer and translator Kate Briggs.
Opening of ||| – She spins the thread, she measures the thread, she cuts the thread with works of Mila Lanfermeijer, Ana Navas and Evelyn Taocheng Wang.
Monthly debate programme in which thinkers, doers and dreamers discuss topical issues.
Students of the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague respond to the exhibition ‘A Fair Share of Utopia’. From the thought experiment of imagining a fundamentally different, sustainable and humane organisation of society, the students speculate about an unknown future of which they themselves are part.
We need to talk! Er raast een storm van ontzetting door de Nederlandse kunstwereld. Naar aanleiding van het onderzoek over de beschuldigingen van zeden- en geweldsdelicten door een Haagse kunstenaar organiseren Nest en Zaal 3 een aangepaste editie van het programma ‘I Beg To Differ’, te volgen via een livestream.
Nest and Filosofie Den Haag organize an evening program with philosopher Khadija al Mourabit and human rights lawyer Jan van de Venis.
Doe een keer per maand mee aan een leuke workshop op woensdagmiddag, speciaal voor Verwende Nesten.
On Wednesday November 11th the first edition of ‘Between the lines’ takes place, a reading café in relation to the current exhibition.
During the workshop ‘Rehearsing the Revolution’ theater maker Petra Ardai and poet/musician Jörgen Unom Gario take you on an imaginary tour of the historical museum of the future.
Book launch of ‘Wat Niet Is Maar Kan Zijn’ at Scheltema in Amsterdam.