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. This reaches the pinnacle during the annual Amsterdam Art Week. The 11th edition is taking place from 31 May - 4 June 2023. In addition to this event, Amsterdam Art presents current offerings from contemporary art institutions on this website, distributes an Amsterdam Art Guide and publishes a digital newsletter. We also organise various gallery opening weekends and events for young professionals.

Participate

Applying for Amsterdam Art Week 2023
Would you like to be considered for participation in Amsterdam Art Week 2023? Application is open to organisations that are permanently active in the field of contemporary art. You must meet the following conditions. Your organisation:

  • Has a permanent location,
  • Has fixed opening hours and is free to visit,
  • Is committed to the promotion of contemporary art,
  • Organises at least four exhibitions a year in its own exhibition space,
  • Is an official company, association or foundation and is registered in the Chamber of Commerce trade register.

For the selection criteria and full information on the procedure and selection committee, please refer to the General Terms and Conditions for galleries and for project spaces.

Application procedure
Deadline for application has been extended until 30 October 2022. Application is only possible through the application form. With this form you can submit your exhibition plans for Amsterdam Art Week 2023. The selection committee will evaluate the applications primarily on the artistic quality of the exhibition plan.

The selection of participants will be announced around 17 November. In case of a positive assessment you will also be included in the year-round promotion of Amsterdam Art.

Selection committee
The selection committee consists of Hans den Hartog Jager (writer, art critic, curator), Fadwa Naamna (curator, researcher), Claudio Ritfeld (curator, artist, programmer CBK Zuidoost), Nieck de Bruijn (founder & owner Upstream Gallery), Zsa-Zsa van Eyck (founder & owner andriesse ~ eyck), Laurie Cluitmans (curator) and Andrea Davina (director Stichting Niemeijer Fonds).

Starting date and costs of participation
Is there a positive assessment by the selection committee? Then you are a participant of Amsterdam Art for the period of 01-01-2023 until 31-12-2023. The costs for participation vary per type of organisation and are listed in the General Terms and Conditions.

No promotion of individual artists
Amsterdam Art does not represent individual artists or artists’ collectives, but only promotes the work and exhibitions of artists associated with our participating institutions. There is no need sending Amsterdam Art a portfolio.

 

get in touch

Team

Nina Folkersma

Director

n.folkersma@amsterdamart.com

Martina Halsema

Head of Programme & Partnerships

m.halsema@amsterdamart.com

Mascha Dammers

Head of Marketing & Communications

m.dammers@amsterdamart.com

Efrayim Sener

Guest Relations Manager

e.sener@amsterdamart.com

Anne Langedijk

All-round Intern

a.langedijk@amsterdamart.com

Guste Gulevaite

All-round Intern

g.gulevaite@amsterdamart.com

Vacancies

Every year Amsterdam Art is looking for interns and volunteers to support us in the preparations for and during the annual Amsterdam Art Week.

Volunteers Amsterdam Art Week 2022 →

Board

Rubiah Balsem

Chair of the board

Willem Sijthoff

Treasurer

Annet Gelink

Board member

Sebastiaan Brandsen

Board member

Partners