This website represents the archive of Jeanine Hofland; a contemporary art gallery that was active between and , founded and directed by Jeanine Hofland and co-directed by Sjoerd Kloosterhuis since The gallery was located at the De Clercqstraat 62 in Amsterdam; a former grocery shop space that demanded a strong focus on site specific projects. Over the years the gallery has worked with many talented people; within disciplines varying from painting to performance; with an overall emphasis on experiment and dialogue within our exhibition program.
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Akinci Gallery Lijnbaansgracht , Amsterdam Centrum reflecting the diversity of communication means within contemporary visual art. The gallery is located in the center on the Singel Canal, one block from the flower market. Open Wednesday - Saturday from to or by appointment. Chiellerie Gallery Amsterdam Raamgracht 58 Leidseplein do-it-yourself gallery. De Appel Schipluidenlaan 12D4, Amsterdam Nieuw-West contemporary art institute with an experimental, open-minded and inclusive focus, that brings together people, objects and ideas to explore the unknown. De Beeldenwinkel Berenstraat 29 Centrum, Canal Belt small sculptures, mostly bronzes, exhibited on simple shelves. The owner Annemiek Boissevain describes the gallery's profile as 'actual art' so often exhibitions go beyond limitation of clay as the basic material. Delaive, Gallery Nieuwe Spiegelgracht 23 Centrum, Spiegelkwartier An impressive commercial art gallery guided by Nico Delaive, presenting already accepted Dutch and international artists.
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This stately building near the centrally located Dam Square in Amsterdam, the Netherlands has been the home of the Gallery Petit since with its three floors of gallery space. The interior of the building has a true 18th Century feel to it and somehow the art shown, mostly Dutch, feels at home in this well lighted space. Currently, until October 1 , three artists working with a different medium are highlighting the best of their works. On display in the basement level you will also see her related woodcuts. It is also wonderful to see two different artists working in the same medium with different themes in woodcuts on display. Who would not recognize the rooftops of New York City with their water containers in her reasonably priced gouaches.