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SEA Foundation provides residence programmes for artistic research, experimentation, and production out of which an ongoing public programme emerges.

The programme consists of exhibitions, screenings, talks, workshops, and publications. It focuses on challenging perceptions of what constitutes as contemporary art, and also, to bring the audience closer to the practices that motivate to produce contemporary art.

With this urgency as a point of departure, we aim to create a better understanding of how, in nowadays society, contemporary art can be defined in an operant and lucid way.


SEA Foundation is a not-for-profit, artist-led organisation, We are benefitting from collective support and a warm network. SEA Foundation seeks support from public and private sector partners, whose support is vital to the success of our work. Go to the donation page and care for art by giving too.


Unlocked / Reconnected
Thomas Braida
01.06 – 01.09.2020
SEA Foundation participates in Unlocked/Reconnected, a Dutch nationwide group exhibition to commemorate the restart of public cultural life in the Netherlands after the COVID-19 lockdown.
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Art and Sustainability | Halfway review
#sea_youhere 2.0
halfway review
Essay on continuing research of art and sustainability and project #sea_youhere 2.0 written by Michaela Davidova
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Lisette de Greeuw | WARP
Project | WARP #2 10.07. – 30.08.2020
Ghent based artist Lisette de Greeuw is the second artist to show her work in WARP, the vitrine exhibition at SEA Foundation.
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WARP | project
Curated Vitrine Exhibitions
Organisations like SEA Foundation resemble the warp: a collection of threads being stretched in place present a frame and a given direction. For WARP we invite artists to draw their practice over and under the WARP like the weft threads — Read more
Marjo Postma | Symbiosis
04.09. – 11.10.2020
Discover line and linear development in the works of Marjo Postma. The exhibition combines drawings, watercolours and graphic works with recently produced works at the EKWC
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Summer Holiday 2020
SEA Foundation closed
The summer break starts on 28.07.2020  and we will be back on track from 23.08.2020 onward.
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Sabine de Graaf | WARP
Project | WARP #1 05.06. – 05.07.2020
Breda based artist Sabine de Graaf presents an absurdist installation in the SEA Foundation’s WARP program.
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Care Practice: Recipes for Resilience | Review
Workshop review by Sarah Neutkens
Los Angeles-based Gas Gallery launched the online programme Care Practice: Recipes for Resilience. The programme’s objectives are to inspire its participants to practice new forms of creative community.
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Seungean Cha | Artist in Residence
February – April 2020
Resident from South-Korea
Seungean Cha is a South Korean artist creating paintings through weaving in reference to Korean and Western modern abstract paintings.
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