|Kloveniersburgwal 95||t. +31(0)20 - 428 428 4|
|1011 KB Amsterdam||m. +31(0)6 - 5495 6545|
|The Netherlands||e. firstname.lastname@example.org|
Wednesday through Saturday between 13:00 - 18:00 and by appointment. To access by car, the recommended parking garage is Stopera (Waterlooplein 28), located at 5 minutes walking distance from Upstream Gallery.
Upstream Gallery was established in 2003 by Nieck de Bruijn. The gallery quickly gained a credible international reputation among collectors, art institutions and critics, and is a perfect example of Amsterdam’s internationally renowned contribution to contemporary art. With a focus on radical, engaged, conceptual and post-internet art Upstream Gallery brings pioneering and critical work from artists from the Netherlands and abroad.
In 2007 Martijn Dijkstra joined the team as co-owner and the following year Upstream Gallery moved to a spacious location in Amsterdam’s hip neighbourhood De Pijp (The Pipe). In its ten years of its existence, the status of Upstream Gallery and its artists has shifted from talented and promising towards more well-known and established - but without losing its characteristic exciting nature. A mix of undiscovered young talent and bigger names keeps the exhibition programme fresh and interesting.
In September 2015 Upstream proudly announced its relocation to a 17th century grand canal house in Amsterdam's city centre. With the relocation to the piano nobile of this city palace, known as the Poppenhuis ('Poppen House') built by renowned architect Philips Vingboons in 1642, the gallery takes the next step in its development.
Gallery Submissions Policy
Upstream Gallery does not accept submissions from artists.
Materials will not be returned.
Nieck De Bruijnnieck@upstreamgallery.nl
James Tergau (Gallery Manager)email@example.com
Marian Cousijn (Projects)firstname.lastname@example.org
Rosa de Weerd (Gallery assistant)email@example.com
Anne de Jong (Gallery assistant)firstname.lastname@example.org