Founded in 1979 by a group of young artists as an alternative to the city's museum and commercial gallery shows, this experimental artist-run space has, over the years, morphed from an anti-establi
With a focus on radical, engaged art – from conceptual to post-internet works – Upstream (founded in 2003) originally helped to put the edge into the hip neighbourhood of De Pijp, but relocated to
This contemporary gallery situated on the Lijnbaansgracht Canal in happening Jordaan launched in 1985, and has since hosted a huge array of shows by both established and emerging artists.
Set in a former garage in the Jordaan, this stalwart gallery (founded in 1988) is particularly invested in sculpture and installation art, having scouted new – and frequently local – talent such as
Investigating the intersection of art and architecture, this roving gallery was launched in 2011.
The first progressive gallery to colonise the De Pijp area of Amsterdam, now a hub for the city’s contemporary art scene, Juliette Jongma works with international artists at an early stage of thei
Adriaan van der Have’s long-running gallery (est.
Launched in 2001 in the Jordaan, this high-flying contemporary art gallery offers shows in various media, and is particularly known for its embrace of female artists.
A platform for emerging talent, as well as established names, this contemporary art gallery in Jordaan was founded in 2000, and has supported artists of the calibre of Ryan Gander and Roger Hiorns.