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Aim
Kunstverein is a women-led not-for-profit membership organisation, a publishing house, a curatorial office based in Amsterdam and a domestic franchise with sisters in Aughrim, Toronto, Milan and (soon to be rebooted) New York. Since its founding in 2009, Kunstverein has aimed to celebrate practices—their attempts and failures—of avant-garde artists and designers of all ages who have been undersung in contemporary art history or who work at the fringes of divergent disciplines. By working against the drive to produce calendar-based programming and in refuting the exhibition as the format that sits at the top of the food chain, Kunstverein offers presentations, performances, lectures, dinners, bar nights, screenings, independent publishing and everything in between in tailor made mise-en-scènes that reflect upon the manner in which cultural practices are traditionally administered. Significantly and ultimately, Kunstverein aims to contribute in a novel fashion to the cultural scene in Amsterdam, the Netherlands and abroad.

Stichting Kunstverein enjoys a cultural ANBI status. You can read our Code of Conduct here, our Privacy Policy here, our Annual Report here and take a look at our Financial Report here.

Kunstverein does not tolerate any form of misconduct or discriminatory behaviour: whether of a sexual, physical, verbal or racial nature. Come speak to us if you are worried about yourself or a person in your environment.

Team and Board
Executive Director-Curator
Yana Foqué
yana@kunstverein.nl

Assistant Director-Curator
Isabelle Sully
isabelle@kunstverein.nl

Design
Marc Hollenstein

Press & Communication
Brianna Leatherbury
brianna@kunstverein.nl

Hosts
Katerina Lymar
Mehmet Süzgün

Install
Jan-Philipp Hopf
Tim Mathijsen

Supervisory Board
Neringa Černiauskaitė
Sabo Day
Berber Meindertsma
Nienke van der Wal (Chair)

Advisory Board
Raimundas Malašauskas
Linda van Deursen

Franchises
Kunstverein is a franchise that includes Aughrim, Milan, New York and Toronto.

Support
Kunstverein is generously supported by its members and Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst.

Details
Kamer van Koophandel: 34341404
Bank Account: 49.96.02.455
Iban: NL97ABNA0499602455
Bic: ABNANL2A
RSIN: 8208.13.059

How to get to Kunstverein
Kunstverein can reached by metro (line 52, stop: De Pijp), tram (lines 3, 5, 12, 24; stop: Roelof Hartplein) and bus (397, 347, 357; stop Concertgebouw)

From Schipol Airport: Take bus 397 towards Elandgracht. After about 25 minutes, get off at Concertgebouw. From here, it is about an 8 minute walk. Turn right onto Van Baerlestraat and continue to Roelof Hartplein. Take a slight left onto Roelof Hartstraat, continue to Pieterbaststraat and turn left. Kunstverein will be immediately on your left.

From Central Station: Take metro Line 52 (the blue line) towards Zuid. Get off at Station De Pijp. From here, walk west on Ceintuurbaan for about 5 minutes. Turn left on to Pieterbaststraat.

Accessibility
Kunstverein occupies an older two-story building. The ground floor is raised about 7cm from street level and features a kitchenette. Our bathroom is on the first floor, which can only be reached via a set of stairs. With this known, we are committed to doing our best to accommodate all of our visitors. If you have any questions regarding the building’s accessibility, please reach us at office@kunstverein.nl