for the love of art.

MEMBERS AREA


De Nederlandsche Bank Art Collection, The Netherlands
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Thomas Houseago, Untitled, 2000/ Thomas Houseago, Bended figure, 1996/ Tadaaki Narita, Mr. Yokoi, 2002
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Marlene Dumas, The face of the painter, 1987/ Matthew Monahan, Leatherneck, 1998/ Rob Birza, Shifting Systems IV, 2011/ Ge-Karel van der Sterren, Untitled, 2006/ Matthew Monahan, The Witness, 2011
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Navid Nuur, Recaptured from the Collective, 2006/ Erik van Lieshout, Untitled, 2004/ Sarah van Sonsbeeck, Untitled, 2013/ Sarah van Sonsbeeck, Mistakes I've made, 2013
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Roxy Paine, Scumak M26, M8 and M5, 2003/ Yesim Akdeniz Graf, Untitled, 2004/ Willem Heesen, 24 blades of grass growing out of concrete, 1994

About the collection

Exhibition public space:

Art Gallery De Nederlandsche Bank
Westeinde 1,
Amsterdam

Opening days: Working days, 9 AM-5 PM
Entry Fee: -

The exhibitions are open to the public by appointment only.


Launch year:
1982

Number of artworks:
1200

Artistic domain:

Painting, sculpture, glass objects, ceramics, photography, graphic arts and digital art forms of (inter)national contemporary art with focus on: “young”, “innovative”, “contemporary”, “experimental”, “highly expressive”, “encompassing all media”.

Status of collection:
International

Commission program / Site-specific order(s) :


Commission program:
Ossip Zadkine, Jules Chapon, Peter Struycken, Carel Visser, Thomas Houseago.

Exhibitions rotate every six weeks. They are sale exhibitions which often showcase artwork by young (inter)national artists.  

Thus DNB offers young and talented artists a stage for their current work. But also work by established (inter)national artists is shown.

Prize(s):

No.

De Nederlandsche Bank, The Netherlands

Launch year:
1814

International presence:
No

Profile of the company:
Central Bank which seeks to safeguard financial stability and thus contributes to sustainable prosperity in the Netherlands.

Annual revenue:
Not disclosed

Number of employees:
1800