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Annet Gelink has plenty of space and light to lavish on notable names in Dutch and international art: Ed van der Elsken (the famed photographer of 1960s...
If you're feeling seriously flush, then head to Arthouse Marc Chagall. So exclusive that it's only open for a few hours every day, it houses a collection of...
This relatively new gallery shows all manner of modern art, but its claim to fame is its enjoining gallery featuring the work of legendary forger Geert Jan...
Eerste Anjeliersdwarsstraat 36
Curator Diana Stigter finds a home for the odd animation of Martha Colburn, the videos of Saskia Olde Wolbers and strange paintings by Maaike Schoorel.
Fons Welters likes to 'discover' the latest new (and often local) talent, and has shown remarkable taste in both sculpture and installation, having provided...
Luminary 'lowbrow' artists like Ray Caesar, Mark Ryden, Tim Biskup, Joe Sorren and Glenn Barr. Art for those who like their hot rods ablaze, their punk...
1e Anjeliersdwarsstraat 3-5
There are high quality photos on show at Gallery Vassie, run by an ex-V&A curator. Artists from Lee Miller to Antoni & Alison have been shown here, as well...
1e Tuindwarsstraat 16
Owner Oscar van den Voorn is an energetic sup-porter of art who manages to display a sense of humour. Visitors can expect stained-glass, graffiti,...
Rockarchive is one of just four outlets (the others are in London and Dublin) owned by photographer Jill Furmanovsky. There's always a selection of iconic...
Rob Malasch was already known as a quirky theatre type and journalist before opening this gallery in the Jordaan. Shows here might feature Brit Art, or...
The Stedelijk's Rozenstraat outpost is often hipper than its mothership, with shows including the subversive female figures of Lucy Stein, the Ed...
If you like your art edgy you'll love Torch, which brings Richard Kern, Jake & Dino Chapman, Micha Klein and Anton Corbijn to Amsterdam.
Excellent photography exhibiters who embrace range, from American masters like Lee Miller to the archly subversive Brits Antoni + Alison.
Eerste Tuindwarsstraat 16