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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...
Architecture Centrum Amsterdam is obsessed with the promotion of Dutch contemporary architecture, and organises tours, forums, lectures and exhibits.
Prins Hendrikkade 600
As home to 'Night Mayor' Chiel van Zelst, and with a new exhibition of local art every week or two, this is more hang-out than mere art hanger.
Artists such as Karel Appel, Eugene Brands and Corneille were once regarded as little more than eccentric troublemakers; they've now been absorbed into the...
This excellent photography museum, located in a renovated canal house, holds regular exhibitions of works by shutter-button maestros like August Sander as...
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...
While perhaps no longer all that innovative, there's still a selective savvy at work that embraces both older and wiser artists (Marlene Dumas often shows...
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
This bleeding-edge organisation dedicated to the outer reaches of technology and multimedia is now housed in the happening Post CS and has an exhibition...
A shipbuilding yard at the beginning of the last century, NDSM is now a cultural complex that's yet to be completed, a state of affairs that's rather in...
TT Neveritaweg 15
You can almost smell the Big Apple in Reflex. The New York flavour extends to its international names, like Araki and Christo, as well as celebrity locals...
Rembrandt bought this house in 1639 for ƒ13,000 (around €6,000), a massive sum at the time. Indeed, the pressure of the mortgage payments eventually got to...
Designed by PJH Cuypers and opened in 1885, the Rijksmuseum holds the country's largest collection of art and artefacts, including 40 Rembrandts and four...