Kunstverein is a not-for-profit membership organisation, a curatorial experiment and functioning domestic franchise with branches in Amsterdam, New York, Toronto, and Milan. Kunstverein aims to show practices, attempts and failures, of avant-garde artists (all ages) who have been undersung in contemporary art history. By creating a critical pool and exploring public-private relationships, we reflect upon the manner in which cultural practices are traditionally administered. Kunstverein offers exhibitions, presentations, performances, lectures, screenings, independent publishing and everything in between in tailor made mis-en-scenes. Due to our unconventional make-up, we manage to employ alternative methods in terms of presentation, hosting and exhibition making. 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 AMBI status. You can read our Code of Conduct here, our Privacy Policy here and our annual financial statements here.

Kunstverein is a women-led organisation that 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
Yana Foqué

Assistant Curator
Isabelle Sully

Associate Curator
Suzy Halajian

Reinier Klok

Marc Hollenstein

Jan-Philipp Hopf

Jung Yeon Kim
Vinicius Cardoso Witte

Supervisory Board
Maxine Kopsa (chair)
Krist Gruijthuijsen
Frits Bergsma (interim chair 2021– )
Marja Bloem

Advisory Board
Raimundas Malašauskas
Linda van Deursen

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

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

Kamer van Koophandel: 34341404
Bank Account:
Iban: NL97ABNA0499602455
RSIN: 8208.13.059