Gallery Bell’Arte

In April 2015 a second branch of Gallery Bell'Arte from Maastricht opened in the hotel. The philisophy behind Bell'Arte can be described as 'diversity in fascination', a quest for local, national and international artists creating figurative and abstract work.

Exhibitions

Exhibitions

Art from Gallery Bell'Arte will be permanently exhibited throughout the Kurhaus and on the outdoor terraces. These will be temporary presentations of paintings and photographs, as well as works in glass, bronze, stone and sstainless steel. The gallery is exhibiting names such as Ans Markus, Pépé Grégoire, Jan Desmarets, Emile Cornelis, Bart Somers, Luigi Galligani, Ans Zondag, Gerti Bierenbroodspot, Arvid, Joris Gaymans, Albert Niemeyer, Francesca Zijstra en Carlos Mata. Some artists are making new work, inspired by the hotel and the coast at Scheveningen.

The exhibition 'Passion at the Kurhaus in Glass and Bronze' will be displayed until Sunday 25 February 2018.

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Passion at the Kurhaus in Glass and Bronze

Passion at the Kurhaus in Glass and Bronze

From upon Sunday 5 November the new exhibition by Gallery Bell'Arte at the Kurhaus is presented.

Bronze statues by Irénée Duriez and the glass work of Quirine and Sabina van Eps will be shown in these exhibition. The beautiful artworks will be displayed throughout the Kurhaus and we would be delighted to welcoming you. Besides this exhibition, several art works by Emile Cornelis, Arvid, carlos Mata and Luigi Calligani will be shown. 

This exhibition will be on display until Sunday 25 February 2018.

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Bird Heaven

Bird Heaven

During the opening, the big ceiling 'Bird Heaven' by Gerti Bierenbroodspot was unveiled in the Kurhaus conservatory. The work is a sea-blue ceiling dotted with unusual birds with their Latin names. These flying birds unite the atmosphere of the ceiling with the splendid sea outside.

For more information about exhibitions and artists, please contact Dorect Huibers.

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Guestbook

Guestbook

In 1893 the guestbook was signed for the first time by the then 13-year-old Princess Wilhelmina, who visited the Kurhaus with her mother. Since then, heads of state, movie stars, members of the Royal Family, national and international performers and many more have added their signatures to the book, alongside special illustrations. Artist Arvid Henkes has digitalized the celebrated Kurhaus guestbook, and this can be seen in the video.

Take a look at our Guestbook