Upcoming edition
November 2024

An open door to contemporary art studios in The Hague

Bermuda Open Studios is back for its fourth edition! This year's edition will take place during a weekend in the first half of November 2024 and we are looking for you!

Are you an artist with a studio in The Hague, and you would like to open the doors of your studio to the public? Or you run an art space that showcases contemporary art, and would like to be part of the event?

Then send us an email to to show your interest!

Check also our instagram to have a look at the previous editions.

Deadline to apply: May 20th 2024

Previous edition
3 — 4 June 2023


The studio route on your phone ︎︎︎ follow the link


3 – 4 June 2023

Studios, visiting hours
Saturday & Sunday
11:00 – 19:00

Bermuda Open HUB,
at The Grey Space in the Middle
︎︎︎Find here more information about the venue

Group Exhibition ‘Common Grounds’ & Market
Saturday & Sunday
        11:00 – 19:00

Artist Talks 
        12:00 – 13:00 Hannah Mulqueen & Madeline Swainhart
        13:00 – 14:00 Walter Costa & Taya Reshetnik
        12:00 – 13:00 Laura Snijders & Alice West

Film Program
Curated by Home Cinema
Saturday & Sunday
        13:00 – 19:00 *Films are being screened in loop

Guided Tours
Visit the studios and hear the stories by your tour guide  
Saturday & Sunday
        13:00 *Starting at The Grey Space in the Middle

Evening Program, it’s a party organised by the Lage collective ︎
19:00 – 21:00: Opening + get together
        21:00 – 02:00 Club night: Vol.2 Trial and Error - B4 we forget        
                   *Get your ticket here

Side events:

The Balcony, Group exhibition ‘Fully Worktioning’ 
& Sunday
        11:00 – 19:00

Quartair, Group exhibition ‘Robe bleu, fond rouge’
Saturday & Sunday
        11:00 – 19:00

Das Leben am Haverkamp, Exhibition ‘Nails’ by Pauline Oosterhoff
Saturday & Sunday
        11:00 – 19:00


Jan Dirk Adams, Gino Anthonisse, Elena Apostolovski, Dewi Bekker, Téa Boyarchuk, Blanka de Bruyne, Yair Callender, Carmen Dusmet Carrasco, Adam Centko, Penelope Cain, Livia Claesson, Arthur Cordier, Walter Costa, Diego Grandry, Yannik Güldner, Kexin Hao, Jonathan Hielkema, Carmen Roca Igual, Thijs Jaeger, Sepideh Jahanpanah, Mike Kokken, Karin Kytökangas, Dana LaMonda, Selina Landis, Lance Gapuz Laoyan, Cristina Lavosi, Clara Lezla, Hannah Mulqueen, Sandipan Nath, Lian Neeman, Manus Nijhoff, Asuka Nirasawa, Astrid Nobel, Benjamin Nolte, Pauline Oosterhoff, Cathleen Owens, Karoliina Pärnänen, Pablo Perez, Katarina Petrović, Sanne Pieters, Carolina Pinto, Jonas Raps, Taya Reshetnik, Valentino Russo, Julia Schmitz, Leonie Schneider, Quinny Schreurs, Joop Schroën, Tommy Smits, Laura Snijders, Alcaeus Spyrou, Hansje Struijk, Maddie Swainhart, Saskia Tannemaat, Ariane Toussaint, Zeno van den Broek, Christa van der Meer, Anouk van Klaveren, Pietertje van Splunter, Ruben Verkuylen, Nico Vischi, Henriette von Muenchhausen, Hattie Wade, Alice West, Kamila Wolszczak, Pippilotta Yerna, Beng Yuenyong, Maria Chiara Ziosi.


Bermuda Open is a yearly open studio event that presents studios of artists with a contemporary practice in the city center of The Hague (NL). The title, Bermuda, is inspired by the triangle shape formed by the streets and studios that initiated the project, back in 2021.

The third edition (3-4th June 2023) presents over 70 artist studios in 12 locations throughout the city center.

Bermuda Open is a non-profit initiative with no legal existence yet, relying entirely on the participation and commitment of the artists – thanks to their volunteer work. The 2023 edition is organized by Téa Boyarchuk, Yannik Güldner and Ariane Toussaint. Our campaign this year is designed by Carmen Dusmet Currasco, and the photography is created by Téa Boyarchuk.

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