Friday

11:00 — 18:00
Preview Alumni KABK
Curated by Jan van der Pol
Artists: Arianne Olthaar, Channa Boon, Eva Klee, Jan van der Pol and Rob Knijn
Galerie Helder

17:00 — 21:00
Opening Graduation Festival 2019
Royal Academy of Art The Hague

21:00 — 5:00
Black Hole Carnival: A Circus of Emotions
Art/club night by (former) Royal Academy students, a collaboration by PIP Den Haag & The Hague Contemporary
With BAKK, Kantarion Soundsystem, Fatima Ferrari, Yamuna Forzani, Bredt and more
PIP Den Haag

Saturday

10:30 — 12:00
Philosophical breakfast i.c.w. Filosofie in Den Haag
Artist: Tanja Ritterbex
NEST

11:00 — 13:00
Wheelchair-proof Tour (please rsvp*)
Start at Main Festival Location

12:00 — 13:30
Walking tour (please rsvp*)
Start at Main Festival Location

13:00 ­— 14:30
Bike tour (please rsvp*)
Start at Main Festival Location

13:00 — 16:30
Tour Young Collectors Circle X
The Hague Contemporary X Royal Academy of Art
Royal Academy of Art The Hague

14:00 — 15:30
Internationals tour (English spoken, please rsvp*)
Start at Main Festival Location

14:00 — 15:00
Tour by the gallery’s owners through the exhibition ‘What you own is on its way to others’
Artist: Willem Hussem
Dürst Britt & Mayhew

15:00 — 16:00
Family walking tour (please rsvp*)
Start at Main Festival Location

16:00 — 17:30
Bike tour (please rsvp*)
Start at Main Festival Location

16:00 — 16:45
Imara Limon in conversation with
artists Dieter Mammel and Tobias Lengkeek
Galerie Maurits van de Laar

17:00 — 18:00
Talk with artist Navid Nuur
Page Not Found

17:00 — 17:45
Mini-tour Boekhorststraat area (please rsvp*)
Start at Main Festival Location

17:00 — 23:00
Opening Mary Reid Kelley
Showing video works: ‘Priapus Agonistes’, ‘Swinburne’s Pasiphae’ and ‘The Thong of Dionysus’
1646

17:00 — 23:00
Opening Alumni KABK
Curated by Jan van der Pol
Artists: Arianne Olthaar, Channa Boon, Eva Klee, Jan van der Pol and Rob Knijn
Galerie Helder

18:00 — 19:00
The Hague Contemporary Talks
Silvia Bakker in conversation with
presenter Leila Prnjavorac
Parts Project

19.30 — 23.00
Opening ‘Een ongewone wandeling –
Sporen van Krijn Giezen’

Artists: Krijn Giezen, Semâ Bekirović, Chaim van Luit, Paul Geelen and Bram de Jonghe
GEM

22:00 — 01:00
Open Air Art KINO, cinema with a diverse
selection of video art; food and drinks available
Curated by Manon Braat
A Nest X The Hague Contemporary collaboration
De Constant Rebecqueplein

Sunday

11:00 — 12:30
Gallery Tour (please rsvp*)
Start at Main Festival Location

11:00 — 18:00
Screening of video works by Mary Reid Kelley
1646

12:00 — 13:30
Internationals Tour (please rsvp*)
Start at Main Festival Location

13:00 — 14:30
We Are Public Bike Tour (please rsvp*)
Start at Main Festival Location

13:00 — 14:00
Tour by the gallery’s owners through the exhibition ‘What you own is on its way to others’
Artist: Willem Hussem
Dürst Britt & Mayhew

14:00 — 15:30
Rabobank Art Tour (full)
Start at Main Festival Location

15:00 — 16:00
Family bike tour (please rsvp*)
Start at Main Festival Location

16:00 — 17:30
Walking tour (please rsvp*)
Start at Main Festival Location

16:00 — 17:00
The Hague Contemporary Talks
Renee Schuiten-Kniepstra (De Kunstmeisjes) in conversation with artists in the exhibition
Heden

16:00 — 18:00
Finissage Haags Heritage
Artists: Afra Eisma, Andrea Freckmann, Anne Geene, Bob Eikelboom, Christie van der Haak, Daan den Houter, Daniel van Straalen, Danielle van Ark, Juliaan Andeweg, Marius Lut, Maurice van Es, Nynke Koster, Puck Verkade and more
Heden

16:00 — 18:00
Opening ‘It’s a small world’ and ‘The Tulip Connection’
Artists: Peter Feiler, Inge Aanstoot,
Pieter Jan Martyn and others
Hoorn & Reniers

17:00 — 17:45
Mini-tour city centre (please rsvp*)
Start at Main Festival Location

17:00 — 17:45
The Hague Contemporary Talks
Renee Schuiten-Kniepstra (De Kunstmeisjes) in conversation with Channa Boon, Eva Klee and Rob Knijn
Galerie Helder

17:00 — 19:00
Finissage Alumni KABK
Curated by Jan van der Pol
Artists: Arianne Olthaar, Channa Boon, Eva Klee, Jan van der Pol and Rob Knijn
Galerie Helder

18:00 — 18:45
The Hague Contemporary Talks
Renee Schuiten-Kniepstra (De Kunstmeisjes) in conversation w/ Pieter Jan Martyn
Hoorn & Reniers

22:00 — 23:30
Screening
Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival
Artists: Donna Haraway and Fabrizio Terranova
A Page Not Found X The Hague Contemporary collaboration
De Constant Rebecqueplein

Practical Information

Where to find us
During the Art Weekend, the main festival location will be at the Laan van Reagan en Gorbatsjov (in the park across from the Royal Academy of Art), open Sat 6th and Sun 7th of July, 10:30 — 18:00 hrs. The locations of all participating art galleries and institutes can be found on thehaguecontemporary.nl/locations or in the June — August The Hague Contemporary Agenda.

How to get in
All locations are freely accessible upon showing the The Hague Contemporary Agenda, except for the following:
— You get a 50% discount with the The Hague Contemporary Agenda for the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag.
— Regular fee is applicable for Museum Beelden aan Zee and PIP Den Haag.
If you have a museumkaart our locations appreciate it if you have it scanned.

How to get around
The June — August The Hague Contemporary Agenda contains a map and the addresses of all locations.
We offer free bikes at our festival desk during the Art Weekend, please bring your ID for verification.
Locations are easily accessible by public transport (9292.nl). Many locations are within walking distance of each other.
For visitors with a physical disability, please check our website for more extensive information on the accessibility/facilities of the locations: thehaguecontemporary.nl/locations

During the weekend a shuttle bus service will run through the city between 11:00-18:00 hrs every 30 minutes. The busses offer space for two wheelchairs and six regular seats. Locations to hop on the busses are: Main festival location (Prinsessegracht 4) – Page not Found (Boekhorststraat) – Nest (De Constant Rebequeplein) – Gemeentemuseum/GEM/Fotomuseum (Stadhouderslaan) – Museum Beelden aan Zee (Harteveltstraat) – Hoorn & Reniers (Toussaintkade) and back to the main festival location.

Opening hours
Most partners will be open from 11:00 — 18:00 hrs, check individual opening hours for exceptions on our agenda and website.
On Saturday night the following partners are open until 23:00 hrs:
1646, Galerie Helder, Parts Project, GEM (from 19:30), Stroom Den Haag, Royal Academy of Art (until 20:00 hrs).

*RSVP
Please sign up for our tours through:
rsvp@thehaguecontemporary.nl