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No Man's Art Gallery in Teheran | Mister Motley

No Man’s Art Gallery in Teheran | Mister Motley

Emmelie Koster, oprichter van No Man’s Art Gallery, brengt een bezoek aan Teheran om daar een tentoonstelling te maken. Voor mister Motley doet ze verslag van haar reis waarin ze binnen een paar weken de sfeer van artistiek Teheran begint te begrijpen. [Lees origineel artikel Mister Motley hier] Deel I Stel nou eens dat alle kroegen...
Purchase a work through the KunstKoop

Purchase a work through the KunstKoop

Great news for 2017 – 2018, you can finance your art purchase at NMAG through the KunstKoop programme of Mondriaan Fonds. Interest free loans for art purchases! Read more…  
27.12 - 30.12 | NMAG at This Art Fair, Beurs van Berlage

27.12 – 30.12 | NMAG at This Art Fair, Beurs van Berlage

Booth G10 with works by Shirin Mohammad / Mongezi Ncaphayi / Maxim Santalov / Arya Tabandehpoor | The gallery is closed until January 6th. NMAG wishes you happy holidays and a great new year.  
25.11 - 18.12 | Don't Sit In | A solo exhibition by Thierry Oussou

25.11 – 18.12 | Don’t Sit In | A solo exhibition by Thierry Oussou

On Friday November 25th, NMAG opens Don’t Sit In. Please join us between 6 – 10 PM at Nieuwe Herengracht 121-123 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
14.10 - 20.11 | DORÉ-HAMI // دورهمی

14.10 – 20.11 | DORÉ-HAMI // دورهمی

We proudly present the six Tehran-based artists that we started collaborating with during our pop-up gallery in Tehran. Doré-hami opens October 14th in presence of most of the artists. Read more…
NEWS | Mongezi Ncaphayi new resident at Thami Mnyele Foundation

NEWS | Mongezi Ncaphayi new resident at Thami Mnyele Foundation

A very proud moment for Mongezi Ncaphayi, who will be returning to Amsterdam this Spring to start his residency at the Thami Mnyele Foundation as part of the Thami Mnyele Award. Established in 1992, the Thami Mnyele Foundation runs a unique three month artists-in-residence program in Amsterdam. The main objective of the Foundation is to advance...
'Fantastic Equisetum' by Maxim Santalov

‘Fantastic Equisetum’ by Maxim Santalov

  Open every weekend from 11-6 at Nieuwe Herengracht 123
UNTIL 13.03 | No Good Can Come Of This

UNTIL 13.03 | No Good Can Come Of This

January 28th, No Man’s Art Gallery opened a site-specific exhibition of Merijn Kavelaars at Kinkerstraat 23. His work is currently displayed at NMAG, Nieuwe Herengracht 119 until March 13th.
NRC Next | Het interview

NRC Next | Het interview

Read the interview online here
29.01 - 07.02 | No Good Can Come of This

29.01 – 07.02 | No Good Can Come of This

28.01 | Please be invited to the first solo exhibition of Dutch painter Merijn Kavelaars. Opening Thursday January 28th at a secret location in Amsterdam. Read more…
NMAG Project Space

NMAG Project Space

No Man’s Art Gallery opens its Project Space at the Nieuwe Herengracht 119. The PS is aimed at showing small presentations curated by young curators and artists. The current presentation Quarter-Life curated by Taiwanese artist You-Na Wang will run from November 21st until December 27st. Open every weekend from 11 – 6pm (other days by appointment...
Volkshotel | Outsider's Guide: Red Light Art

Volkshotel | Outsider’s Guide: Red Light Art

BY EMMELIE KOSTER – While the art scene prepares for the opening of the new season in the first week of September, the slow Summer month of August is the perfect time to see gems that remain from the last one. Amsterdam’s Red Light District is not particularly known for leaving much to the imagination,...
MATTIJN FRANSSEN SOLO | TAKING OFF

MATTIJN FRANSSEN SOLO | TAKING OFF

OPEN DURING MUSEUMNACHT 1/11, 19H – 2H | No Man’s Art Gallery is presenting a decade of work by Dutch artist Mattijn Franssen, including his most recent photomontages, animated videos and paintings.
PRESS | Online Galerij 'SA ART NOW NOW'

PRESS | Online Galerij ‘SA ART NOW NOW’

PRESS | Review by What's on in Cape Town

PRESS | Review by What’s on in Cape Town

Originally posted on What’s on in Cape Town | Written by Suzanne Duncan A decidedly young crowd was evident at the opening of No Man’s Art Gallery in its ‘secret’ location at the Rockwell in Greenpoint last night. The young and trendy interacted with the art and sprawled out into Prestwich Street late into the...