Do you want to immerse yourself in the art world?

Art complicated or just for the happy few? Not at all! Young Collectors Circle membership brings you behind the scenes of the art world and opens doors that usually remain closed. Throughout the year, we present a wide range of exclusive online and offline events for our global community of art lovers. Become a member today and enjoy all our events for only €12 a month!

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Circle+ is the newest circle by Young Collectors Circle. In addition to exclusive access to the international art world, our Circle+ members receive personal advice on building their art collection, art concierge service, exclusive programs at unique venues and VIP access to art fairs and openings.

Also, Circle+ members receive a quarterly update on trends and developments in the art market.

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Young Collectors Travel

Do you want to explore Oslo's art scene up close, or would you prefer to visit the impressive fondations in the South of France or perhaps indulde in the renowned Venice Biennial ? During our 3-5-day trips, you'll discover the local art scene through visits to fairs, galleries, studios, collections and museums.

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Young Collectors Circle exhibition

Until September 12 you can visit the group exhibition The Future Is Equal at Capital C Amsterdam, featuring works by Shani Leseman, Ellen Yiu, Sarah Mei Herman and Hedy Tjin.

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Ambassadors View

Discover the collection of our Ambassador Tonny Holtrust.

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16 Jun

Soon Gallery & Collection Visit

Sun 15:00 · Antwerp · Guided Tour & Collection Visit ·

In June, we will visit a unique duplex in which the private and gallery space of one of our members converges.

Doris Vanistendael and her partner Bram Van Cauter, an architect, reside in a stunning apartment in Antwerp. This apartment is housed in a brutalist building that was designed by Léon Stynen and Paul De Meyer, with the living area remodeled by Van Cauter. The apartment offers a stunning view of the city. Doris and Bram consider it a challenge to collect art on a modest budget. Nonetheless, their collection is already quite impressive, featuring works by Luis Xertu, Beni Bischof, Charline Tyberghein, Tuukka Tammisaari, Adelheid De Witte, Bieke Buckinx, Ellen Pil, Middernacht & Alexander, Ritsart Gobyn and Stéphanie Baechler.

Additionally, we will visit the ongoing exhibition at Soon Gallery, located within the same building. This exhibition showcases the work of young Antwerp-based artist Flo Bastiaensen, whose paintings are inspired by the banality of everyday life in all its complexity. The surrounding architecture in which the work is presented is also noteworthy: the duplex that houses the gallery dates back to 1972 and remains completely in its original state.

21 Jun

Behind the scenes: De Ateliers

Fri 17:00 · Amsterdam · Studio Visit ·

This afternoon, De Ateliers - a renowned institution where Marlene Dumas and Karel Appel, among others, had a residency - opens its doors exclusively to Young Collectors Circle members.

De Ateliers is a prestigious institute in Amsterdam that supports and guides emerging artists in their professional development after they graduate art school. Through an intensive residency program, they refine their practice, with quite a bit of room for experimentation. We will get an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour, led by director Maxine Kopsa. During our visit we will visit several artist who are currently doing their residency at De Ateliers and learn more about the artistic practice of these up-and-coming artists.

Img. De Ateliers, 2023

29 Jun

If not now, when? Max Vorst Collection

Sat 13:45 · Den Haag · Privé Collectie ·

The international group exhibition 'If not now, when? Max Vorst Collection' unveils one of the most prominent private art collections in the Netherlands, now on view at Museum Beelden aan Zee. Join us this afternoon for an exclusive insight into this prestigious collection.

Collector Max Vorst gave free rein to museum director Brigitte Bloksma to make a selection of 75 contemporary sculptures, wall objects and installations, including works by Sarah Lucas, Paul McCarthy, Danh Võ and Tracey Emin. Brigitte Bloksma is happy to tell you more about this special collection in a guided along some of the highlights of this exhibition. You are most welcome to this exclusive program, followed by a drink on the terrace overlooking the sea.

Img. Max Vorst and Brigitte Bloksma in the exhibition 'If not now, when?' © Studio Gerrits Schreurs

5 Jul

Graduation Show: Rietveld Academie

Fri 17:00 · Amsterdam · Art Academy ·

The Graduation Show of the Rietveld Academie is an annual highlight on the art calendar. We start our visit with a welcome by the Academy, visit the presentations of several graduates from different departments and close off with a drink in the Academy’s outside bar.

The newest generation of artists presents their graduation work there, which makes it a fantastic opportunity to discover new talents and network with other art enthusiasts. Graduation shows are the place to spot various layers of the art world who are all in search of the newest talents: from curators and directors to collectors, gallerists and other artists.

Photo: Graduation Show Rietveld Academy 2023, by Franzi Mueller Schmidt.

6 Jul

Masterclass: De Kunstmarkt

Sat 13:30 · Dordrecht · Masterclass & Tour

Please note this event will be in Dutch. Click the button below to read more about this program in Dutch.

Tijdens deze masterclass over de kunstmarkt die plaatsvindt in Het Dordrechts Museum leer je alles over de mechanismen die spelen in de kunstmarkt. Hoe verhouden de kunstenaars, galeries en verzamelaars zich tot elkaar? Waarom levert het ene kunstwerk miljoenen op, terwijl veel andere kunst ongezien blijft? En hoe koop je topstukken met een kleine portemonnee? Tijdens het programma bezoeken we eerst met een doorgewinterde museum-gids de tentoonstelling Kunst voor de Kost, waarna de masterclass zal plaatsvinden. Laat de indrukken van de tentoonstellingen op je inwerken en leer vervolgens meer over de verborgen gebruiken en ongeschreven regels van de kunstmarkt. Dit is programma is inclusief een kopje koffie of thee.

Afb. Henriette Ronner-Knip, Een kat met drie jongen, Collectie Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed, 1870-1909

21 Aug

Studio Visit: Joana Schneider

Wed 19:00 · Amsterdam · Studio Visit ·

This evening we are invited to the studio of German artist Joana Schneider, who has been residing in the Netherlands for several years. Sustainability lies at the core of her intuitive practice. Schneider primarily works with recycled materials, including yarn made from rough fishing rope.

She aims to keep her ecological footprint as small as possible, also taking into account the transportation of her often large-scale installations. Schneider's work exudes a deep appreciation for traditional craftsmanship and creativity. She also subtly challenges gender norms, for example, by combining so-called “female” materials (textile) with physically demanding “male” crafts. Additionally, Schneider has been experimenting with the use of special machines. Her work has been exhibited at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam and the Stedelijk Museum Schiedam and various international art fairs, and the artist is represented by Rademakers Gallery.

Img. Joana Schneider, Vanilla Garden (detail)

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