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26/01 –
07/04

Rasmus Myrup

Salon des Refusés

WE ARE 1646

1646 is an art space in the heart of The Hague. With its experimental, international and free public program, 1646 wants to contribute to an increasingly complex society by challenging existing systems and traditional views, to reflect on the questions that live among us all. 

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Exhibition
03/05
19:00
Financial power is a concept that seems to become more intangible with each attempt to understand or define it, often hiding itself in tall buildings. With newly produced work, Bob Demper, tries to demystify this form of power and to understand the impact it has.

ARCHIVE

Here you find an overview of all the past exhibitions and events at 1646. A look back at more than a decade of activities.

NEW VIDEO

No time to stop by? Check our online video archive for hours of documentation and subscribe to our YouTube Channel.

SHOP

The Shop offers a range of merchandise, but also editions by artists who have exhibited at 1646. These works would complement any collection. 

RESIDENCY

The residency offers (inter)national artists and curators the possibility to stay and work/research at 1646’s residency. We aim to support innovative practices, develop global networks, and engage the local art community in The Netherlands.

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Background evening
22/03
20:00
Come along for an evening of folkloric gossip at the Grey Space in The Middle. By the flickering LED-candles, Rasmus Myrup will invoke the undying spirit of The Völva – a reanimated baddie who is friends with all the mythological beings from Myrup’s exhibition at 1646, Salon des Refusés.

OPEN CALL

1646 is looking for (inter)national artists or curators to do a residency in The Hague or Budapest! The residencies aim to support innovative practices, develop global networks, and engage the local art community.

OPEN CALL

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.