A new experimental platform dedicated to contemporary culture

Huidenclub, Inaugural Exhibition (photography by PimTop)

Huidenclub, Inaugural Exhibition (photography by PimTop)

Current exhibition

8 Feb 2023 → 9 April 2023


Warmly, Visual by Virginie Gauthier

Visual by Virginie Gauthier

Warmly presents a critical exchange between making and material, explored through the topics of craft, identity, memory and eco-feminism.

with: Veronika Babayan (NL), Natacha Mankowski (FR) and Natsuko Uchino (FR/JP).

Curated by Florence Parot
Dialogue between the artists by Elina Tapio (writer, 'Warmly, In Dialogue')
All visual Communication by Virginie Gauthier

On view from 8 February through 9 April 2023.

Work at the Huidenclub

The Huidenclub co-work is the first workspace situated in the vicinity of artists’ and designers’ studios. Gathering a community of like-minded entrepreneurs, creatives and producers, the Huidenclub offers a uniquely inspiring setting conceived by Johan Viladrich, offering all the comforts of a modern convivial cowork.

More than a workspace, the Huidenclub offers its members access to tailored programming of film, culinary and art events, workshop environments, your own exhibition space, and the most unusual meeting room ever made in a cowork.

Contact us for a free trial day and learn about our different memberships and pricings.

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We host your events

The Huidenclub is conveniently located in Rotterdam Delfshaven at the gate of M4H in a former tannery. Our new cultural venue, founded in a historical place, a building that intrigues many people, is the perfect setting to host your events, gathering, presentation, exhibition or dinner.

Send us an email with your needs info@huiden.club and we will get back with a quote.

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Our Vision

Situated in a repurposed industrial building, the Huidenclub is a new experimental space dedicated to the production and presentation of contemporary culture. The Huidenclub, holding its name from its original function as a tannery, is conceived as a platform to express a variety of voices and narratives addressing urgent contemporary topics. Alongside an active public programme of exhibitions, performances, talks and screenings, the Huidenclub is also a workspace bringing together artists, designers, and entrepreneurs to form a creative ecosystem.

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