6x Art Galleries

Discover some of the best art galleries in Eindhoven. For an afternoon of inspiring exhibitions, interesting lectures, and unique art and design pieces.

Galerie Nasty Alice

Gallery Nasty Alice is quirky and outspoken. Here you will discover the work of young talent in combination with that of established names. The gallery represents artists from the Netherlands, Belgium, and Germany and presents a new exhibition every seven weeks. In addition to the large stock of artworks, they also have a permanent collection of ceramics and design.

Galerie Pennings

This is the oldest gallery in the Netherlands that specializes in photography. Pennings focusses on autonomous photography, but regularly explores other disciplines within the visual arts, such as new media art, video art, and documentary photography.

Gallery Talking Pieces

This gallery focuses on photography and Japanese artworks. Talking Pieces organizes exhibitions that tell special stories, "with strong charisma and pieces that speak for themselves". A couple of times a year they present a thematic collection. Think of photography, vintage and antiques or an interesting mix.


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Piet Hein Eek

At Strijp-R you will find the building of internationally renowned designer Piet Hein Eek. Besides a workshop, showroom, shop and restaurant, the building houses a gallery, where a different exhibition is organized every three months.

Onterfd Goed

Not a standard gallery, but worth mentioning. On Sectie-C you will find Onterfd Goed, a foundation that adopts, shows and sells remaining objects and heritage from Dutch institutions to enthusiasts. Wander around and find unique paintings, crockery, and design pieces. Every so often the team organizes a tasting to talk about the latest acquisitions.


Wallspace is an inclusive project space where exhibitions, lectures and events are regularly organized. Through an open call system everyone gets the opportunity to exhibit or present a project. Expect exhibitions of visual art, but also fashion shows, political debates, design symposiums, or reading clubs.