Art at the Warehouse is the new arts festival of Rotterdam (The Netherlands). In the rough frame of the old hangar Fenixloods 1 Katendrecht, from 5 - 10 February 2013 Warehouse presents an art fair, exhibition and multidisciplinary music- performance- and arts festival. During the Art Rotterdam Week, Art at the Warehouse stands out with an innovative total experience of art for the visitor. Contemporary art is not only shown, but felt, tasted, heard and experienced.

An art fair, exposition and festival rolled in to one
Art at the Warehouse takes place in a rough and inspiring warehouse, which reflects the forcefulness of the event and is within walking distance of Art Rotterdam. On the ground floor the top of Contemporary Art is presented by (inter)national galleries. On the first floor large installations and projections take over next to a Urban Supermarket and the art of gaming in Playful Arts Festival. Hereby Art at the Warehouse doesn’t only display art, but also allows visitors to experience art in a unique environment. In the large entry, visitors can dine, drink and be entertained, shocked and moved by a diverse cultural program of music, dance, theatre and talk shows in Warehouse style. In the evening Art at the Warehouse goes live with artists like Jules Deelder (& De Deeldeliers) and Dave von Raven (& The Kik). This unique event offers art in all its forms and makes contemporary art accessible for a large audience.

Art Fair - Variety of contemporary art presented by (inter)national galleries
The art fair presents a wide range of contemporary art by notorious (inter-) national galleries such as; Galerie Majke Hüsstege, Livingstone Gallery and Galerie Ramakers; Three galleries from the top 10 of Best Dutch Galleries. Work is being displayed (and sold) of well-known artists and talents like photographer Marc Lagrange (CMPV) with his life-size analog pictures of women as pure yet seductive portraits. Also impressive paintings by Simon Schrikker (Livingstone Gallery) are shown. His animal images invoke strong reactions such as pain, fear and compassion, but especially the paint speaks for itself.

Exhibition – Large installations and wall paintings
On the First Floor large installations and wall paintings take over the building of artists like Kim De Ruysscher, Royalsteez, and Simon Schrikker. Hereby an Urban Supermarket sells street art with style and visitors can experience the art of gaming with the Playful Arts Festival.

Festival – Diverse cultural program
In the evening we present Live at the Warehouse; an artistic, musical and culinary experience. Every day from 17:00h the favorite records, the favorite menu, talking to and live with several artists like Dave von Raven (The Kik) and Jules Deelder (De Deeldeliers). Furthermore there is divers program of performance of Cindy Jansen, Ronald Bal and a unique fashion show of fashion label Bravoure.

Highlight - Marco Sanges at Eduard Planting Gallery
The visionary and surreal world of award-winning photographer Marco Sanges comes to Art at the Warehouse.

Marco Sanges was born in Rome in 1970. He started work in a photographic studio near Rome. Fascinated by fashion, he became a photographer for Vogue Italia before moving to London, where he now lives. An imaginative and innovative photographer who has exhibited worldwide. Marco’s clients include: Cutler and Gross, Agent Provocateur, Vogue, Sunday Telegraph, Photo, Katalog, Dolce&Gabbana, Eyemazing. Books include: Circumstances,Venus, Wild, and Erotic Photography. Future exhibition: Art warehouse Rotterdam, Annabelle's London, Jonas Gallery Brussels... Previous exhibitions include: Proud Gallery London, Eduard Planting Fine Art Photographs Amsterdam, Art and Design London, Gosh Art Auction London curated by Tamara Eccleston, Edward James Foundation West Dean,Espai Barcelona, Hay Hill Gallery, Cork street,London, Hackney Empire, London, Windsor Arts Centre, GG Gallery, wanted gallery, NY Academy of Arts curated by Eileen Guggenheim,‘Savile Row’ at B-Store, ’Purity’ at Cobden Club, ‘Hidden Light’ at ICI and ‘Enigma’ at Arte Fiera Bologna, Jonathan Cooper Park Walk Gallery, British Art Fair, Art London. Awards include The Best Experimental Art Film at the Open Cinema Festival in St. Petersburg, Russia 2009 and Best Art Film at the Portobello Film Festival London, UK, 2008 for the short Circumstances. Marco's work is part of the permanent collection of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts USA.

Art at the Warehouse
Postbus 1739
3000 BS Rotterdam
The Netherlands
Ph. +31 (0)104331300