Exhibition ‘Limitless Fantasy’

Where would we be without fantasy? Imagination helps us understand the world and look for new perspectives. Something we can use well in times of crisis when we are faced with all kinds of limitations. During the exhibition ‘Limitless Fantasy’ ten artists will take you into the world of fantasy. Discover endless new perspectives in artworks. For example, Max Schulze takes you along in his symbolic painting, Hanae Sasaoka tells you the story about her human figures who hide behind animal masks and Nynke van Zwol inspires you with her mysterious artificial language.

Imaginative tours
On Saturday 29 May from 1.30 to 6.00 pm you can get a special free tour of the art objects in the exhibition. Every half hour there is a tantalizing tour by an artist for 2 people. In it, the artists share the fantasies that lie behind their artworks and we would like to hear what fantasy means to you. All participants of the tour receive an inspiring goodie bag with many fun gadgets, such as brilliant glasses and stories to reread at home and to return to the world of fantasy!

Due to the corona virus, reservations for a visit to the exhibition and the guided tours are required. Reservations can be made by sending an email to o.v.v. your name (max 2 persons or one household) and choice of a time. You will then receive a response from us whether the chosen time is still available. A limited number of visitors is allowed and wearing a mouth mask is mandatory in De Hallen.



Max Schulze                                                     Philo Ouweleen

Rik van der Kooi                                             Jessemijne Berg

Nynke van Zwol                                              Bastiaan Mellink

Inge Prins van Wijngaarden                          Hanae Sasaoka

Pam Wessels                                                   Rolanda Jongerius


SeeYou@Art offers artists an inspiring platform to show their art to a wide audience and to gain new experiences and contacts so that they can develop artistically and personally. SeeYou@Art also makes social themes negotiable with the aim of creating more connections between artists, the public and city residents. They organize exhibitions, tours and workshops.

The exhibition can be seen from May 29th  to June 6th  in the Passage of De Hallen.

De Passage

  • Monday 07:00 — 23:00
  • Tuesday 07:00 — 23:00
  • Wednesday 07:00 — 23:00
  • Thursday 07:00 — 23:00
  • Friday 07:00 — 03:00
  • Saturday 07:00 — 03:00
  • Sunday 07:00 — 03:00