Z33’s unique location makes it particularly suited for the presentation of projects in a wide variety of settings.

Soon the construction of a new wing for Z33 will start, designed by architect Francesca Torzo . The new building and the renovated building Vleugel '58 together will form the new home for Z33. The opening is planned for 2018.

In the meantime, Z33 continues its exhibitions in the beguinage houses. We also organize 'extra muros' projects in collaboration with other institutions and present exhibitions at various locations in Limburg. To stay tuned, you can visit this website, register to our newsletter or follow us on facebook / instagram / twitter #z33be


The Beguinage houses are not only used for the Z33 administration and the administrations of the various cooperation platforms of the province of Limburg, but also, and more publicly visible, as exhibition spaces.

Beguinage houses parallel with Badderijstraat

The Z33 reception is located in the first house on the Braderijstraat side. The entire upper floor of these houses, a series of smaller spaces that can easily be adjusted to varying project needs, makes up the Z33 gallery.

Beguinage houses parallel with Witte Nonnenstraat

The offices of the various cooperation platforms are located in the houses along the Witte Nonnenstraat. There is an attractive exhibition room on this side of the complex known as ‘de hoge ruimtes’ (the high-ceilinged spaces). The entire entresol and dividing wall of two adjacent houses was removed to make space for the Provincial Library book collection. Now this huge room make a perfect high-ceilinged exhibition space for the presentation of smaller projects and spatial installations..

The Kapittelzaal serves as a presentation space, but is better known as the place where one can take part in many a Z33 opening party.


Vleugel '58 is the largest wing from Z33. The building has been erected in 1958 as an exhibition space for modern art. This ingenious space bades in natural light.

Vleugel '58 is temporarily closed for renovation.

Ground-floor Vleugel '58


First floor Vleugel '58


Share |