Contact details

!!!! NEW ADDRESS
per october 1st 2015

open during exhibitions
Thursday to Sunday, 13:00- 17:00
and by appointment

Exhibition space, bookshop and office
Willemstraat 27
5611 HB Eindhoven
The Netherlands

postall address until 1/10/2015
and warehouse
hallenweg 1c
5615 PP Eindhoven
The Netherlands

T: 0031(0)40 785 14 07
E: info (at) onomatopee.net

 

Onomatopee risograph

For questions regarding reservations to print, please contact us at shop (@) onomatopee.net.

We have red, blue, black, green, yellow, purple and fluor pink.
0,05 cents ex.vat per print, 3 euro  ex vat per master plus start-up costs depending on experience. 

 

Onomatopee shop

For questions regarding purchase, please contact us at shop (@) onomatopee.net.

Stores in area’s not covered by distributors, interested for consignement or wholesale, can contact us directley.

wholesale rates outside of distribution covered area’s are:
online is at 50% discount;
by invoice is at 40% discount;
through consignment at 30% discount, 

Terms and Conditions (PDF)

RENTAL SPACE

We rent out space for workshops, meetings and more.
We have different spaces available, depending on the program of exhibitions. Available pretty much all the time is ourinformal bar/hangout with vrious seating options, projectors and more. We can offer coffee and tea. Additional costs of services are to be discussed, but we’re flexible. 

contact us
 

 

Team

Freek Lomme
founding director and chief curator

Kris Dittel
associate curator visual arts

Pernilla Ellens
city curator / shopmanager 

Monique Hendriksen
Financial support 

Guus van der Velden
production

 

Member of

De Zaak Nu - union of Dutch art spces
(Freek Lomme is member of the board)

De Kunst van Brabant - union of art organisations in the province of Noord-Brabant

K9 - collective of small independent art spaces in the City of Eindhoven
(Freek Lomme is a member of the board) 

 

Volunteers

If you like us, big chance we like you!
Feel free to step by and see how you can join in the sum!


Internships

We are interested for hands-on and thouthful interns able to help out in the diversity of our workings.
The work spans the building of exhibitions, dissemination of publicity, operating as host / hostess to visitors, organising events, printing material on the risograph, selling books, doing graphic design, writing, photography and more.
Work depending on skill and interest. We prefer able multitaskers.

If interested, feel free to contact us. Please describe what you are good at, why you value what we do, what you wish to learn at Onomatopee and what you think you can contribute. 


Onomatopee’s 2017 program of exhibitions is supported by:

The Mondiraan Fund
&
The Creative Industries Fund NL 

The Province of Brabant

 

DISTRIBUTION

Antenne Books (UK, IRL, FR and Scandinavia)
Studio 55, Hackney Downs Studios
17 Amhurst Terrace
London E82BT
United Kingdom
orders: Bryony Lloyd
T +44 (0) 203 582 8257

RAM Publications + Distribution Inc (U.S. and Canada)
2525 Michigan Ave., #A2
Santa Monica, CA 90404
T 310.453.0043
C 310. 600.1277
F 310. 264. 4888
orders or info

Perimeter Distribution (Australia and New Zealand)
748 High Street
Thornbury, Melbourne
Victoria, Australia
3071
T +61 3 9484 8101
F +61 3 9484 8180
orders or info

Vice Versa Distribution GmbH (DE, CH, AT, NL) 
Immanuelkirchstr. 12  
D-10405 Berlin  
T +49-30-616 092 36  
F +49-30-616 092 38  
E mail here  

 

 

 

 

 











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About

Onomatopee Projects, founded in 2006 and directed by Freek Lomme since, is a curating and editorial led public gallery and publisher that is particularly known for their self-initiated, transdisciplinary projects. Furthermore, they host projects to progressive individuals as well as artist-run and institutional organisations.

Inspired by a DIY-attitude and a hunger for critical elevation, Onomatopee Projects discusses and mediates a habitual visual sanctuary of pop culture, power and other environments of visual consciousness’s alike.
Over the course of its 10-year existence, the exhibition space has attracted an annual average of between 5.000 and 25.000 visitors. Throughout the year, they attend many international art book fairs and regularly organise shows abroad.

Taking the hub Eindhoven as a starting point to mount globally relevant programs of various sizes and interests, Onomatopee produces visual criticality and advocates progressive culture: all to inspire in-depth experiences and to provide critical nourishment.

Each project – consisting of a boundary pushing exhibition and an elevating publication– transfers exceptional cultural attention, as a source of wonder and knowledge that identifies a current experience of visual culture. Onomatopee’s award-winning publications and experimental exhibitions are known for their technically smart, well-balanced design and editing.
Assembling surprising teams of artists, designers, academic thinkers, creative writers, architects, exhibition designers, graphic designers and more; the exhibitions’ curatorial formats challenge contemporary topics in unconventional ways. Through the release of critical and independent visual culture within the experience economy, they established a safe haven for critical thought and refuge for poetic experience.

 

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Books are distributed via the best possible companies covering Australia, North America, Western Europe, Mid/ North Europe and the South of Europe. Onomatopee also reaches out to specialised shops that directly supply the areas uncovered by these distributors. Evidently, the world can also purchase books online via Onomatopee’s web-shop. Finally, through visiting many international art book fairs, lecturing internationally and (co-) organising events abroad, Onomatopee is out there.

In parallel to this distribution, Onomatopee is also engaged with and values small press and the making of zines. This primarily due to the fast pace, the creative opportunities of craft in low print-runs, the possibility of being more radical or speculative in content, design and tone and possibly being more doubtful too. Zines are often printed with the Onomatopee risograph, sometimes in connection with bigger projects, or else just spontaneously.