Project Space

Project Space Tilburg hosts the SEA Foundation’s public programme of exhibitions and events. The gallery consists of in and outdoor exhibition spaces. SEA foundation is located on the ground floor in the former shop house of Gust van Dijk. The shop house is build in Amsterdam School style and is recently restored. Gust van Dijk lived from (1897-1956) and he was well-respected Dutch tobacco and wine merchant.

Facing north there is a grand façade with a multifunctional shopwindow. Facing south there are doors that open to the patio and a lush garden. The multipurpose space in between lends itself perfectly for presentations of artworks in various mediums as well as performances, gatherings, talks, workshops and screenings. There is approximately 65 m2 floor space and 24 linear meters wall space, with a height of nearly 3 metres.

Three gallery spaces

The main gallery space can be divided by sliding doors into two parts. The front gallery which is the former shop and the shop window allows for 24/7 display. The main gallery consists of Gust van Dijk’s former office and living room combined. Both spaces benefit from beautiful natural light conditions. In addition, the garden can be used for sculpture, screenings and installations. The ways to interact with the space are therefore infinite.


SEA Foundation welcomes meaningful collaborations and alliances. We encourage suggestions for cooperation, proposals and ideas. Do you have an idea for a project or would like to invite us into your plans? We welcome digital proposals in PDF format. Please note that documents sent by post will not be returned. All proposals will be carefully studied by SEA’s team and will receive an answer within 6 weeks. Together we are more!

Project Space floorplan

Project Space Floorplan at SEA Foundation Tilburg, the Netherlands
By Peter Woestenberg

See our exhibitions and events

To Be Or To Have Presents
Nina van de Ven | Inspired by Ethnography and Popculture
EUROPALIA ROMANIA | by Lieselotte Egtberts

Products in our Shop

Jon Tarry | Catching the Moment
Mila Lanfermeijer | The Age of Wire and String
Timotheus Tomicek | Half a Life