Flatland Gallery is an internationally acclaimed contemporary art gallery with a focus on photography. The gallery has a high reputation for film, video, installations, sculptures and drawings.
- Internationally-acclaimed photography.
- Worldwide dealer for established Dutch artists such as Erwin Olaf and Ruud van Empel.
- Publishing house: art books and The Flatland Journal.
Supporting Dutch photographers
Fueled with an on-going dynamism, its primary drive is to bring Dutch artists to the foreground of the international art scene. This means that the gallery represents at any given time diverse artists in different stages of their careers. Flatland Gallery is the place to find and discover stunning works by renowned Dutch photographers such as Erwin Olaf, Ruud van Empel, Danielle Kwaaitaal, Cornelie Tollens as well as emerging photographers such as Rob Hornstra, Jaap Scheeren, Pieter Henket and Florian van Roekel.
Gallery near Amsterdam’s icons
Prior to 2012 the gallery was situated in a former school building on the site of a 15th century cloister in Utrecht. Recently the gallery expanded with the opening of a new exhibition space, defined by high ceilings and skylights, in Amsterdam at the Lijnbaansgracht. The gallery is located close to Foam, the Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum and Van Gogh Museum. Flatland Gallery also has an office and viewing space in Paris, on the edge of the Marais and the artistic Oberkampf area.
Publishing by Flatland
Flatland has its own publishing-house which distributes art, photography and graphic design books. In addition, it publishes The Flatland Journal, a thrice-a year publication with contributions from art critics of Le Monde and The New York Times.
Discover your next favorite photographer and be mesmerized by the most outstanding Dutch contemporary art works at the Flatland Gallery.