Amsterdam Art Week announces 2024 Programme

Tuesday, April 16, 2024
Amsterdam Art Week announces 2024 Programme

Amsterdam Art announced the 12th edition of Amsterdam Art Week ( 29 May to 2 June 2024).

The city will transform into a vibrant hub  for contemporary art featuring over 200 artists at more than 70 locations across the compact yet vibrant city.  The full programme can be viewed online at

Emerging artists such as Afra Eisma, Josse Pyl, Ehsan Fardjadniya, Raul Balai, Zuza Banasinska, Myrto Vratsanou,   and  established artists such as Charlotte Dumas, Michael Raedecker, Magali Reus, Marina Abramovic, Lee Ufan, Janette Beckman, Lydia Schouten and  many more present work across the city, with new exhibitions in70+ locations, including renowned institutions as Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Rijksakademie van beeldende  kunsten, Oude Kerk, and GRIMM and hidden gems like, Gallery van Fanny Freytag, Arti et Amicitiae, Kunstverein, and CBK Zuidoost.

Director Martina Halsema said, “We are delighted to share our programme, one of the most ambitious yet. Join us to experience a wide range of cutting-edge exhibitions and events as art institutions unveil their finest talent to a global audience. We are thrilled to have so many galleries opening their doors with brand new exhibitions and institutional partners unveiling diverse and thought provoking exhibitions with a range of both established and emerging names.”

Main Image :Martina Halsema, Director Amsterdam Art Week


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