Stroom Den Haag

Entrance of Stroom Den Haag during Lawrence: Lek: Nøtel (The Hague), 2018. Photo: Tarona Leonora. Courtesy Stroom Den Haag.

Hogewal 1-9
2514 HA The Hague
The Netherlands
Hours: Wednesday–Sunday 12–5pm
T +31 70 365 8985
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Stroom Den Haag is a contemporary art center in The Hague, The Netherlands, focusing on the importance of art within a broader social context, often dealing with urgent issues by using a cross-disciplinary approach, enabling polyphonic collaborations in long-term projects. Its activities range from creating an innovative stimulating policy for local art and artists to the production of monumental projects and presentations and programs of international acclaim. The organization is well-known for commissions of art in public space, including major art works like James Turrell’s Celestial Vault (1996), Cyprien Gaillard’s Dunepark (2009), and Huang Yong Ping’s Ling Zhi Helicopters (2020). Stroom offers a year-round experimental program contributing new insights into the relationship between art, the city and society. Notable activities include the Stroom Invest Week, an international visitors program; Our House, your Home, an engaging exchange format based on hospitality between Stroom and other art institutions; and Uncertainty Seminars, a series of hybrid events embracing doubt and hesitation as cultural strategy.

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