Double Belge

Stef De Brabander and Roeland Tweelinckx

Opening Sunday 24 September 15.00 – 17.30 hours. Preview Friday 22 and Saturday 23 September 13.00 – 18.00h.

Double Belge is an exhibition in which both artists incorporate humor into their art, albeit in different ways. De Brabander translates amusing anecdotes, while Tweelinckx often integrates humor subtly and hidden within his work

Stef De Brabander never starts with a blank canvas; this is why he often uses recycled materials as a foundation. He is an artist who carefully considers whether an artwork is finished or not. As a painter, he acts as a translator of an amusing anecdote, searching for imperfections. He covers and uncovers with color, resulting in playful and colorful artworks.

Roeland Tweelinckx is subtle and adapts to each new situation and space, often in a humorous manner, but just as frequently concealed, contrary, and invisible to the inattentive visitor. Be vigilant when attending his presentation. Nothing is what it seems; a house is not a house, and a house is not a house. – Frederik Vergaert –

You can visit the exhibition till Sunday 29 October.


North Sea Jazz festival

From Friday 9 July till Sunday 11 July, Gallery Nono (booth 1) will be present at the North Sea Jazz festival.

Hudson Art Department

On the ground floor you will find an contemporary art fair with over fourteen galleries from The Netherlands and Belgium. On the middle square a sculpture garden and a placement where you can find contemporary design.

Herewith the link where you can see all of the works on show at NSJ.

Wim Nival retrospective

On Sunday 11 June,  you are most welcome for the opening of the retrospective of Wim Nival. We worked together with Wim Nival to bring together works from 30 years of artistry.
This exhibition will be accompanied by a publication in which Antoon Melissen describes his work beautifully. It is the first time for Wim Nival that a retrospective exhibition is organized.
The selection of the delicate works of art can be seen and purchased from June 11 (preview from June 9). I look forward to this special exhibition and to your visit.


Address : Boekhorststraat 12 The Hague
Date : Sunday 11 June
Time : from 15h
At 16h Antoon Melissen will open the exhibition officially with a short introduction on the work of Wim Nival.

You can visit the exhibition until 9 July. The gallery is closed Thursday 6 July!


The Hague Contemporary Art Weekend

This year The Hague Contemporary is celebrating their sixth edition of The Hague Contemporary Art Weekend. During the three-day event, The Hague takes center stage, showcasing the latest developments in contemporary art the city has to offer. From 30 June – 02 July, exhibitions, tours, talks, and pop-up presentations from over twenty art institutions will be taking place across the city. After the kick-off at the art school KABK, well-known museums, renowned galleries, experimental presentation spaces, and emerging artists’ initiatives will offer the best from the art scene.

Attention! On Friday 30 June we will be open on 15.00h,  due to preview at KABK.

The whole program of THC Art weekend can be found here.

Opening hours during Art Weekend, Friday 15.00 – 21.00h, Saturday and Sunday 12.00 – 18.00h.


For the second time, seven galleries are organizing the Fair Share Art Fair, an art fair with a unique concept. Participants contribute a portion of each sale, with the final amount being split between the galleries and event location. From Thursday 25 to Sunday 28 May 2023 you are welcome in the Vrijpaleis at Paleisstraat 107, Amsterdam. At this fair we show a presentation by Jelle Van Den Heede and Bertrand Fournier.

On Friday evening 26 May there will be a party with DJ Eddy de Clercq from 6 – 9 pm to which we would like to invite you. But you can also drop by on one of the other days! Jelle Van Den Heede will be present on Friday. Admission is free!

Location Vrijpaleis, Paleisstraat 107 in Amsterdam

Opening hours; every day from 13 – 19h and on Friday until 22h

KunstRAI | Art Amsterdam

From 3 – 7 May, Gallery Nono will participate for the third time.  At booth 76  there will be a beautiful selection of recent works of the following artists.

Bertrand Fournier (FR) (solo), Alex De Bruycker (BE), Kira Fröse (DE), Darja Eßer (DE), Nuria Maria (NL) and Camille Truyffaut (BE)

KunstRAI, 3 – 7 May, Hal 1 (Europahal), RAI Amsterdam

For complimentary tickets send a mail to

Solo exhibition Bertrand Fournier – Oysters chapter one

You are most welcome at the festive opening Sunday 2 April 15.00 – 17.00h.

The exhibition is on show from 31 March till 30 April 2023.

For the new series ‘Oysters chapter one’, Fournier took a two-year break to conduct research. The new forms he has created are the result of his instinctive brush strokes, which have been born from intuition. Gallery Nono is proud to host this series for the first time in the Netherlands.

Group show  – WHITE

Wim Nival, Alex De Bruycker, Jelle Van Den Heede, Sander Reijgers, Catelijne Boele, Stef De Brabander and Tineke Bruijnzeels.

The exhibition will run from Friday 3 February, official opening is on Sunday 5 February from 15.00 – 18.00h.


A colour that speaks a thousand words.
A pure white canvas.
A calming and soothing presence.
An untainted and clean slate.
A space to create and explore.
And for you to be seen.

The show is on view at the gallery until Sunday 26 February.

Exhibition ‘in transfer’

Camille Truyffaut (BE), Jelle Van Den Heede (BE), Kira Fröse (DE) and Darja Eßer (DE).

Opening Friday 2 December 17.00 – 19.00 hour.

The exhibition “in transfer” shows 4 artists who all make special works of art with different techniques.

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Darja Eßer works with paper and creates wonderfully delicate and transparent objects. Her work was shown two years ago in Museum Rijswijk during the Paper Biennale.

Camille Truyffaut presents abstract works with aquatint on organza and glass. The techniques she masters are extremely clever and fit surprisingly well with the tranquil work of Darja Eßer.

Jelle Van Den Heede shows her latest collages. Both the (small) size and the image evoke intimate memories of the past and associate with the avant-garde art of the last century.

Kira Fröse works with different materials such as glass, ceramics and found objects. Her work invites you to be touched and when looking at her work it is hard to suppress a smile. Humor and perfection go surprisingly well together in her work.

Four women with talent and beautiful works ‘in transfer’.

The exhibition will run from 02.12 till 30.12.2022

‘Under Construction’

Duo exhibition Alex De Bruycker & Floris Hovers

Opening Sunday 2 October  15.00 – 18.00 hours

A balanced exhibition by the Belgian artist Alex De Bruycker and the Dutch artist Floris Hovers. The transparant and constructivist work of De Bruycker with chiffon as a carrier, combines beautifully with the soft color combinations on wood by Floris Hovers. Both artists are inspired by architecture. The works are characterized by abstraction and stillness.

The exhibition will be on show till October 30.

Art The Hague 2022

From 5 till 9 October

Alex De Bruycker, Floris Hovers, Camille Truyffaut, Kira Fröse en Wim Nival

Boekhorststraat 12, 2512 CR The Hague

There I go.…in front of my new gallery space?.

After having learned a lot from fellow gallery owners, many great encounters with artists and by looking closely and carefully to art, I started gallery Nono two years ago.

Initially only online, pop-ups and with participating in art fairs, which turned out to be a good choice during the Covid period. Last year I was finally able to run my first major art fair and partly due to all the positive reactions, I decided to move into this beautiful gallery space in the center of The Hague.

This way I am able to offer the artists of my gallery and future artists an even more beautiful stage. It is exciting to take this step and I am really looking forward to compose beautiful exhibitions and surprising the public.

Where? Boekhorststraat 12 The Hague

When? From August 18

Opening? September 4 -> Save the date!

KunstRAI | Art Amsterdam 13 – 18 April 2022


After the first successful year being at the KunstRAI, Gallery Nono is happy to be present with a solostand of Nuria Maria  Furthermore the introduction of the artists Alex De Bruycker, Jelle Van Den Heede and Camille Truyffaut.  To compliment the stand new works of Wim Nival and Kira Fröse will be shown.

Group exhibition WHY DON’T WE

Mirthe Blussé, Nuria Maria, Kira Fröse, Camille Truyffaut, Jelle van den Heede, Catelijne Boele and Anne Olde Kalter.

The exhibition can also be seen online, please click here.

Opening Saturday 29 January 12.00 – 17.30 uur.

Preview Friday 28 January from 13 hours.

The exhibition runs from  28 January until 6 February.

Preview Friday 28 Jan. 13.00 – 18.00 uur
Opening Saturday 29 Jan 12.00 – 18.00 uur
Sunday 30 Jan 12.00 – 17.00 uur
Thurs/Fri /Sat/Sun 3 t/m 6 February 12.00 – 17.00 uur
on appointment
06-145 32 789

Korte Vijverberg 2
2513 AB The Hague  (across from Mauritshuis)

Opening special children’s book presentation accompanied by solo exhibition of Floris Hovers.

On the 28th of November Ramon van Eijck en Floris Hovers will present the children’s book Pim and Eva.

You are most welcome from 13.00 hours at the Toussaintkade 49, The Hague (location Parts Project).

The exhibition will run from November the 27th till the 5th of December.

Toussaintkade 49, 2513 CL The Hague (Parts Project)

Opening hours  from  12 – 17 hours on the following days;

Saturday 27 Nov. / Sunday 28 Nov.

Thursday 2 Dec. till  Sunday 5 Dec.

Art The Hague 2021

29 Sept. till 3 October

Bertrand Fournier, Nuria Maria, Kira Fröse, Mirthe Blussé, Floris Hovers and Wim Nival

KunstRAI 2021

8 till 12th of September

The fair for contemporary art!
RAI Europa (hal 1)
Europaplein 22
1078 GZ Amsterdam
(booth 63)

The Hague Contemporary Art Weekend

8 – 11 juli 2021
Pop-up exhibition

With Nuria Maria, Wim Nival en Floris Hovers

Korte Vijverberg 2
The Hague (across museum Mauritshuis)

Pop-up gallery!

Wim Nival
Kira Fröse
Nuria Maria

You are welcome Regulusweg 1, The Hague (corner of the Zonweg).

The exhibition can be seen from the 1 November until the 6 December.

Gallery Nono has the exhibition on the first floor.