Kuvva Gallery, formerly known as Gallery 33, is a creative space curated and managed by Present Plus, dedicated to interactivity, accessibility and innovation.
We love art. We want to discover it; we use it as therapy, as entertainment, as an escape, as fantasy. We don’t always understand it, but what we do know is that it is all about emotion. How it makes us feel, is what matters. We bring this creativity into Kuvva Gallery. A creative space with a strong focus on innovation and interaction, accessible to all and 99% of the time; free.
Momentum fuels motivation
In 2010, we founded Present Plus to create new products & services challenging ourselves to change the status quo. We built WeTransfer, Kuvva and enjoy working together with brands sharing their stories. In between all that work we stopped for a moment and considered our surroundings. We knew that we had to create a place that was designed to foster that greatness. A place where talented individuals are empowered to put their best work into the hands of millions of people, with very little in their way. We found the right location to grow ideas, talent, and energy that will keep Present Plus shining in the years ahead. A studio plus gallery that allows us to collaborate and make great things.
Kuvva Gallery heightens the senses
Together with designer Tieme Rietveld we created a hybrid space called Kuvva Gallery, in which we heighten the senses and draw out creative thinking. Located in Amsterdam’s cultural centre; The Westergas Terrein. Housed in an old factory providing a blank canvas for whatʼs good in all verticals of the creative world, playing host to a plethora of different exhibitions, gigs, sessions, dinners and workshops. It’s all about authenticity, consistency, innovation and experience.
“The way it looks, smells or feels. It will be about the behavior, the music, the selection, the philosophy, the brands, the changes, the activities. Creating a memorable experience in a good way. It has made an impression. You were — and are – emotionally engaged.”