Posts tagged "dutch art"
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…  
'Fantastic Equisetum' by Maxim Santalov

‘Fantastic Equisetum’ by Maxim Santalov

  Open every weekend from 11-6 at Nieuwe Herengracht 123
L'OFFICIEL | Hommes to Watch

L’OFFICIEL | Hommes to Watch

 
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
NEW WORK | The World of Mattijn Franssen

NEW WORK | The World of Mattijn Franssen

Mattijn Franssen presents a new body of work with No Man’s Art Gallery in preparation of his participance at JustMAD Art Fair Madrid. Click to see more images…  
NO MAN'S POP-UP GALLERY - ROTTERDAM

NO MAN’S POP-UP GALLERY – ROTTERDAM

Over 20 international and emerging artists exhibit recent work at a 2000 sqm space in the centre of Rotterdam. Read more…
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 | 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...