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The Gallery

A Vibrant Art Gallery & Private Event Space

The Gallery is a unique space for contemporary artists to showcase their work throughout the year. From colourful pop art, to edgy street art, from intriguing portrait series, to documentary formats, this public gallery gives space to varying styles of modern art. If street art is your thing, make sure to join our complimentary Street Art Walking Tour in collaboration with Amsterdam Street Art. Saturdays, 11 am, starting point: The Lobby.

Sexy Smart Creative!

28 July 2022 – 24 November 2022 | Sexy Smart Creative!

It’s not about being sexy, it’s all about knowledge of the right color combination.
It’s not about being smart, it’s all about the capacity to create unique pieces of art.

Stay away from prejudices and let creativity take over the world.

We invited 10 artists to be part of this show, famed for illegal graffiti on the streets, painting gigantic murals and creating breathtaking pieces of art. And, by the way, these 10 artists are all women! Yet, this isn’t about feminism, activism, or equality. Or this group of women working in the so-called ‘rough men’s world’. It’s all about creativity.

The lineup includes Judith de Leeuw, winner of the Dutch Street Art Awards and also on display at STRAAT, Jas Charanjiva, who takes inspiration from San Francisco’s Mission District murals, and Nouch, whose artworks aim to raise awareness of environmental sustainability, even using innovative paints that actively contribute to cleaning the polluted air of our cities.

Le Voyage Dans La Lune

1 April 2022 – 29 July 2022 | Le Voyage Dans La Lune

An association of artronomers has convened to listen to the plan of Professor Aemstellodami, to fly to the moon. Most of the preparation for the trip is in building the vessel and launching mechanism, which resemble a large bullet and a large gun respectively. Hitting the moon in the eye, the artronomers land safely at their destination. Much about the moon is wonderful and fantastical but also life threatening. A raw and extraordinary story told by eight artronomers through colorful layered pieces of art accompanied by industrial elements and unknown species. From Burning Man festival, to Wastelands, and even the Berlin Urban Art Fair, the exhibition will feature a few highly recognised art pieces, and artists, as well as emerging artists and bespoke pieces created especially for this exhibit.

Previous Exhibition: Naar de Gallemeizen: An Amsterdam Love Story

24 September 2021 – 31 March 2022 | Naar de Gallemeizen: An Amsterdam Love Story

Find out more about the exhibition at The Gallery at art’otel amsterdam from 24 September 2021 – 31 March 2022: Naar de Gallemiezen: An Amsterdam Love Story. 28 artists have interpreted the theme in their own special way, presenting a unique melting pot of passionate rebellion, thoughtful philosophies, and characterful declarations of love for the most bad ass creative city in the world, Amsterdam. With the line-up featuring the likes of Tycho, Street Art Frankey, Selwyn Senatori and more, you don’t want to miss it! Curated & produced by Amsterdam Street Art. The Gallery is open daily from 11AM – 11PM & the exhibition is free to visit. @artotel @amsterdamstreetart

Previous Exhibition: DJ Faces

15 October – 22 November 2019 | DJ Faces
For more than 12 years the Dutch photographer Jos Kottmann has been travelling the globe portraying more than a hundred DJs. Starting out as a personal collection, DJ Faces soon evolved into a historical document. ‘A family album of sorts’ as the American DJ Osunlade describes it. DJ Faces not only shows Kottmann’s musical heroes, but also captures the process of how house music developed over the years and how it spread around the world, from Detroit to Amsterdam and from London to Johannesburg.

Previous Exhibition: Eliaan Voerman

11 September – 30 September 2019 | Eliaan Voerman
Colorful, flowing, smooth, undulating without obstacles and everything from a central point: The Gallery presented an exposition by Eliaan Voerman, characterizing meaningful parts of her life. Eliaan discovered her passion and great talent for art while recovering through disease. Her bright work is centered around themes such as climate control, digitization and music, aspects that emphasizes the strong desire for movement, colour and dance during that tough period of her life. Undoubtedly the most unique aspect of her work is that she only uses pencils and occasionally a geodesic triangle in her paintings.

Previous Exhibition: Connect to Disconnect

26 July – 9 August 2019 | Disconnect to Connect
The concept of Disconnect to Connect is centered around the human mind, body and soul and how the Self is transformed and shaped by technology and society. The exhibition not only refers to technological aspects and an instant access to communication and information. But also refers to disconnecting from set and conditioned perceptions, preconceptions and prejudices in order to change these perspectives and question the status quo.