The White House Gallery is situated in a beautiful rural setting just a short distance from the historic city of Leuven. Housed in a beautifully restored 18th-century villa, the building is encircled by an historic 11-hectare arboretum. The tranquil location and traditional architecture foster a dialogue between past and present, nature and culture, the local and global, and time and space. The site-specific approach gives rise to a unique experience for visitors and artists alike.
Established in May 2014, the gallery is committed to supporting established and emerging contemporary artists, with a special emphasis on nurturing the careers of the younger generation. The exhibition programme focuses on new work that challenges the traditional expectations of a given medium or discipline.

The gallery works with a growing circle of international artists and curators in the field of exhibitions, artist talks, lectures and publications. By fostering interdisciplinary collaboration, The White House Gallery aspires to be a dynamic institution that is open to innovation and new artistic developments.
The expansion of the gallery in September 2017 has resulted in the opening of a new 120 m2 project space in an adjacent building on the site. Twice a year, a curator or jury is invited to select an international artist to exhibit in this resolutely contemporary setting.  Given free rein to create a project, their work is presented in tandem with the programme in the main galleries. In September 2018, we also incorporated the 350 m2 gymnasium of this sports hall into the gallery.

How to find us

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White House Gallery
Groot Park 2, 3360 Lovenjoel, Belgium
Tel.: +32(0)473/39.14.78 (Bert)

GPS: Bijzondere weg 12 (address of zoötechnisch center). This way, you come at the right side in the park
Public transport: Train to Leuven
Bus 380 Leuven - Tienen; stop 'zoötechnisch institute'; walk 800 meter
Or Bus 8 Leuven - Bierbeek De Borre; stop 'Salve Mater'; walk 500 meter

Opening hours:
Friday - Saturday - Sunday: 2 - 6 pm
During exhibitions and on appointment