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Hogewal 1-9, The Hague
070 365 89 85

Open: Wednesday thru Sunday, 12 noon – 5pm
(closed on December 25 and January 1)


Stroom Den Haag (an independent foundation established in 1989) is an active center for visual arts and architecture. Stroom has an active policy for artists from The Hague and also initiates a large number of (international) activities in the fields of visual arts, art in public space, architecture and design, in the broadest sense of the word.

Stroom organizes exhibitions, manifestations and lectures, produces publications, has a library on its premises and develops special projects in the field of art in public space and architecture.

The name Stroom was chosen because it stands for energy and movement.

InLoop/EnTry: presentations
The lobby of Stroom – also known as the InLoop/EnTry – is intended as a three-dimensional journal with short features, spotlights and references. In order to give visitors an impression of the broad spectrum of activities organized by Stroom various projects are put in the spotlight. In addition there are so-called ‘table top’ presentations. For example documentation of artists from The Hague who have an exhibition or project somewhere else; plus special features on current or new buildings and urban development projects in The Hague.

The Knight’s Move
‘The Knight’s Move’ is a series of lectures by eminent international speakers who stand out by their unusual, enlightening and inspirational visions concerning the city, urbanity, the public domain, and community.

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