Quartair is run by artists, as a non-profit organization providing a platform for production, presentation and artistic debate. Quartair initiates and supports exhibitions, projects and exchanges with artists and artist-run-spaces at home and abroad. The former bread factory, today turned into monument, hosts eleven artists, active in seven ateliers and a project space, which functions as a public stage for the art community at large.

– Due to the COVID-19 measurements, we do not know yet when we will open again. Please stay tuned and check our socials for updates! –

The space

As an artist-run space, we do not work within a structural program or curatorial framework. Quartair works in cooperation and exchange with other cultural organizations. We keep the space flexible, anticipating or responding to current events and staying receptive to third party projects. Read more


robe bleu, fond rouge

Opening: 21 May21 mei t/m 13 juni 2021 NLrobe bleu, fond rouge 14 schilders op 2 locaties in Den HaagQuartair en projectruimte WEST END (Westeinde 58, Den Haag) Bij Quartair: Philip Akkerman, Kees Andrea (1914-2006), Morgan Betz, Judith van Bilderbeek, Wieteke Heldens, Mirthe Klück, Rob Knijn, Luuk Kuipers, Marion van Rooij (1951-2019), Machteld Rullens, Jan Wattjes.  in Projectruimte WEST END: Annemieke …

Upcoming: A State of Amplitude

Expected dates: 9 – 19 September 2021 [TBC] For Rewire Festival, Quartair is collaborating as exhibition site with A State of Amplitude, a show with sonic sculptures, instruments and sound transmitting vessels. Participating artists: Louis Braddock Clarke (UK/NL), Wen Chin Fu (TW/NL), Hans van Koolwijk (NL), Mike Rijnierse (NL), Andreas Trobollowitsch (AU) and Andre Bartetzki (DE). …

Sun Kissed // Fog Off

Once again Quartair receives the KABK’s Master Artistic Research for a week of experiments in the project space. This project functions as an immersive week-long residency culminating in an exhibition over the weekend. Unfortunately we cannot open the doors to the public. From Saturday to Sunday, March 20-21, online and by appointment (guests only, sorry, …