Art Rotterdam Week
Get acquainted with the best of contemporary art during the Art Rotterdam Week!
Art Rotterdam Week
Art Rotterdam Week will present its 24th edition in 2023. Over 25.000 art lovers and collectors can enjoy a mix of participating galleries and artists presenting the latest developments in visual art in a variety of exhibition concepts. Almost 50 percent of the participants are international. Represented are Belgium, Germany and the UK, as well as other countries.
The main fair, Art Rotterdam, has been lauded as being amongst the best winter and art fairs. Its focus on young and varied creations offers a unique insight into the latest developments in the international art world and in Rotterdam.
Around 75 renowned international galleries revel on this platform by showing off grand unique exhibitions, projections, performances, immersive works and other innovative shows and creations. Art Rotterdam will take place at the large premises of the Van Nelle Factory.
The former food, coffee and tobacco processing factory, built between 1925 and 1931, is one of UNESCO's World Heritage Monuments. The Van Nelle Factory is an example of the International Style of modern architecture, comparable to the famous Bauhaus school, based on Russian constructivism.
So many forms of art
Art Rotterdam consists of various sections located in the old workspaces of the factory, like the Main Section, Communities, the New Art Section and Projections and Intersections. Each focuses on its own theme, such as future talent, non-profit spaces and artist’s initiatives.
Selected exhibitions in Rotterdam
Check out the Art Rotterdam Week programme. Other parts of Rotterdam will feature interesting exhibitions, as well!
Plan your visit to Art Rotterdam week
The event is held in the iconic Van Nelle Factory, which you can reach easily by public transport. You can take bus 38 from Rotterdam Central Station, stopping at Beukelsbrug. There is also parking available on the Van Nelle Factory grounds. A standard adult ticket costs 22,50 euros.
Main photo by Joost de Leij.