• SPRIGHT-ART!

    Paintings, Pottery and Poetry
  • PAINTINGS

    And Mixed Media
  • Ceramics

    And Earthenware
  • zen stories

    a modernist view
  • poetry!

    spontaneous eruptions
  • get inspired!

    in our artist's retreat
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Spright-Art is a gallery for contemporary visual art.

Started as a hobby that got out of hand, Spright-Art is now developing into a platform for contemporary and modern art. We have left the classic "model" of a gallery behind us and have begun using a wide range of presentation forms to exhibit the work of "our" artists. Our galleries are housed in former office buildings that are temporarily vacant and are waiting for new owners or new construction. In this way we are assured of a professional appearance, large surfaces and an unconventional setting in which we can give our exhibitions a unique character. At the moment we have a fixed space on the fourth floor of a large office building at Mauritskade 35 in The Hague. Two of our artists also have their studio there so that the visitor can admire the final product as well as get an idea of the creative process itself.

In addition to the Mauritskade 35, we also have a permanent location at the Frederikstaart 58a in the Sjenkels building. That way way we can reach the 'non-seeking' art lovers in a spontaneous setting (why not have your hair styled while admiring the art?) and from time to time we organize pop-up evenings where we talk about the work and exchange ideas without having to worry about the possible pressure of a classic gallery setting.

  The work we exhibit consists of paintings, collages, ceramics, sculptures, photographs, poetry and pieces of Zen stories. Spright-Art currently represents fifteen artists from the Netherlands, Malta, Spain, Italy, Bulgaria and China and we are still working to expand this in the coming months. "Our" artists have a good dose of international experience with a proven aesthetic and commercial - yes, let's go ahead and use that word - track record. Much of their work has already found its way to both public and private collections.

In the summer of 2018 we have started with a 'section' of up-and-coming talent and in 2019 we will kick off with a separate 'fine art' section (read: established and living artists).

In addition to our own in-house exhibitions, we will also be participating in various exhibitions in the Netherlands, Italy and Belgium. See more about that on our exhibitions page.

 We wish you a lot of fun viewing our collection! If you have questions or want to purchase something, please use our contact form.