Bloom – Sophie Steengracht, Jonat Deelstra and Matt de Groot
Jonat Deelstra (1991) drew inspiration for his new series of paintings from "animal" urges. His new paintings series is teeming with naked human figures who, on the one hand, preach about improving the world and, on the other, are fighting or tearing down their surroundings.17 Sep up to 15 Oct — GoMulan Gallery
I Bought You Flowers: Eline Martherus
The artworks in the debut solo exhibition I Bought You Flowers by artist Eline Martherus are characterised by the balance between light and dark, theappearance and disappearance of colours and shapes, with the colour indigo as the central point.9 Sep up to 6 Nov — Hama Gallery
Kristina Sedlerova Villanen – Janne Schimmel – Charlott Markus
The work of Kristina Sedlerova Villanen (Finland, 1987) can be described as emotionally loaded transitions in perishable matter. She is interested in the inconsistency of human nature, the attraction of humankind towards building unequal systems, creating concepts and the need to believe in them. Working with geological sediments, poorly made degradable materials, immaterial sources and language deposits, she alters these raw materials and the information history they are loaded with, unfolding the structures behind hierarchies and ownership history of natural resources.With a series of sculptural gestures, MAIN COURSE is examining its own name and internal and external relationships, mingling with the space of P/////AKT.11 Sep up to 16 Oct — P/////AKT
Public Interventions – Spencer Tunick
Artist-photographer Spencer Tunick’s work defies genres. Tunick transforms public spaces with temporary monuments of people rewriting the locations through their complex, organic compositions; they are figurative yet abstract, inherently public, and deeply intimate: they depict sincere unity and wild differences. The photographs are simultaneously painterly, sculptural, and installations. In this show, the selection of pieces reflects on the artist’s work with abstraction, adornment, traditional group portraiture and the “body without clothing.” Reflex is proud to present Tunick’s first solo exhibition in the Netherlands and the first with the gallery. The show includes new and unseen works.17 Sep up to 1 Nov — Reflex Amsterdam
Amsterdam Art is committed to strengthening the position of Amsterdam as an international centre for contemporary art. It encourages cooperation between various art institutions and promotes the most cutting-edge artists and exhibitions in the capital city.
The 10th edition of Amsterdam Art Week drew to a successful close on Sunday 15 May 2022. This festive edition was your chance to discover the latest developments in contemporary art, with a special focus on new, up-and-coming talent. Together with galleries, museums, residencies and project spaces – we presented a vibrant programme of exhibition openings, open studios, artist talks, panel discussions, performances, film screenings and tours. The theme of this years edition was Celebrate Change. The 11th edition of Amsterdam Art Week is taking place from 31 May to 4 June 2023.read more →
Save the date: announcement dates Amsterdam Art Week 2023
Amsterdam Art is pleased to announce the dates of the 11th edition of Amsterdam Art Week. From Wednesday 31 May to Sunday 4 June 2023, Amsterdam will be the stage for contemporary visual art. Together with galleries, museums, project spaces and residencies, we will present a multifaceted programme. This consists of exhibitions, artist talks, debates, lectures, performances, film screenings and gallery tours. Aadditionally, the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, the centre for international, multidisciplinary talent in the city, is again an important partner for the next edition of Amsterdam Art Week.Public ProgrammeAmsterdam Art Week offers a vibrant Public Programme for art and culture lovers. This is the moment to discover the latest developments in the field of contemporary visual art. Whether you are looking for young artists or established names, you want to expand your collection or visit a gallery for the first time, Amsterdam Art Week is your compass in the contemporary art world. Would you like to keep up to date with the programme? Follow us on social media or sign up for the newsletter.Programme for ProfessionalsDuring Amsterdam Art Week, we organise a Professionals Programme especially for (international) art professionals working in the cultural sector, such as artists, curators, museum directors. Would you like to participate the next edition? Then send an e-mail to email@example.com mentioning your name, position and the name of your organisation. We will keep you informed about the programme. Also, we offer a tailor made Visitor Programme for (inter)national cultural groups. If you interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.Programme for collectorsFor (inter)national collectors, Amsterdam Art organises an exclusive programme during Amsterdam Art Week. Would you like to participate? Send an e-mail to email@example.com with your name and address and you will receive an invitation for the programme.Participating institutionsAround 50 institutions active in the field of contemporary art will participate in Amsterdam Art Week 2023. Until 15 October 2022, institutions can submit an exhibition plan for Amsterdam Art Week. The selection committee will evaluate these applications on artistic quality. After 1 November, Amsterdam Art will announce the participants for the next edition.Amsterdam Art | Connecting art in the citySince its first edition in 2012, Amsterdam Art has been committed to strengthening the position of Amsterdam as an international centre for contemporary art. We encourage cooperation between various art institutions and promote the most cutting-edge artists and exhibitions in the capital city.
Application procedure Amsterdam Art Week 2023 opened
Applying for Amsterdam Art Week 2023Would you like to be considered for participation in Amsterdam Art Week 2023? The application procedure has opened today. Application is open to organisations that are permanently active in the field of contemporary art. You must meet the following conditions. Your organisation:
New Amsterdam Art Guide now available
Discover the Amsterdam art scene with the new Amsterdam Art Guide!The new Amsterdam Art Guide is now avaiblable. At our participating locations and at various cultural venues in Amsterdam you can pick up a free copy of the guide. In the Amsterdam Art Guide you'll find an overview of all organisations in the field of contemporary visual arts, connected to Amsterdam Art. The guide contains a handy map and is divided by district, so you can easily combine a visit to multiple locations in one area.The guide contains practical information and a description of the participating locations and the artists they represent. For an up-to-date overview of current exhibitions and other events, the guide uses a QR code to refer to the agenda of this website.
Opening Gallery Season – 2 and 3 September 2022
On 2 and 3 September GalleryViewer and Amsterdam Art host the start of the gallery season. During this festive weekend the Amsterdam galleries open their doors to the public with the first exhibition of the season. This is the opportunity to discover new contemporary art and to get informed about the latest developments in the art field. For the Opening of the Gallery Season, GalleryViewer developed a free map with all participating Amsterdam galleries. This will be available on September 3 at the GalleryViewer Hotspot at Keizersgracht 241 in Amsterdam.