Galerie Bart

Melanie Bosboom

Galerie Brandt

Maria Chailloux

Emilie Cummings

Collectie Harms Rolde

Arnout Killian

Galerie Mokum

Eduard Planting Fine Art Photographs

Galerie Rademakers

Witzenhausen Gallery

Van Zijll Langhout Exposities

Galerie Bart
Galerie Bart aims to promote emerging artists from Dutch art academies offering them an international platform by showing their work on the (inter)national market. Galerie Bart has two branches: Bart Kunst in Huis in Nijmegen and Galerie Bart in Amsterdam. Galerie Bart offers new talent that has exhibited in Nijmegen the possibility to move on and functions as a display window. The gallery represents artists who stand out in quality and originality, and whose work is characterized by a daring approach and strong sense of ambition.  Painter Joyce van Dongen creates new worlds that are inspired by bizarre shapes from nature and by man’s cultural manifestations. Barbara Wijnveld combines self-portraits with portrayals of icons in colourful paintings with lines and drips of paint.

Galerie Brandt
Galerie Brandt is a newly opened gallery in the heart of Amsterdam. It focuses on high-end conceptual realism, from established and emerging contemporary artists. On show here is a work by Annemarie Busschers (1970). Her powerful, raw-realistic portraits are seemingly photorealistic but her interest lies in the graphic, complex yet at the same time clear treatment of the subject matter. This unique combination makes her work immediately recognizable and contemporary. The skin of the models is what fascinates her most: the portraits are only pretence for the exploration of this part of the human body. She emphasizes the skin’s irregularities, as an intriguing landscape that is examined in meticulous detail.
Gallery Maria Chailloux
Gallery Maria Chailloux  was founded in 1988.  The Amsterdam based art dealer participates regularly  in (international) art fairs bringing a selection of contemporary art to an international audience. The successful collaboration with Gerard Prent, the artist on view at Dutch Art Now, commenced in 1988 and the gallery has continued to work with him over the last 20 years. His work can be found in various private and company collections within the Netherlands and abroad. He mainly works with oil on canvas.
Collectie Harms Rolde
Collectie Harms Rolde is a professional art dealer with a collection of realistic art from the beginning of the 20th century up to the present day. The paintings vary from figurative fine art to expressionist work by artists established both at home and abroad. Attention to technique and craftsmanship is of crucial importance. Combining figurative paintings from the early 20th century, from the inter bellum period, and from post-war realists, they have created an unbroken line of art history in their collection.
At present, they offer a reflection of this multi-faceted art trend with an emphasis on quality. They represent  Sam Drukker, Henk Helmantel, Pieter Pander, Matthijs Röling, and the late artists Carel Willink, Johan van Hell, Theo l’Herminez a.o.
Gallery Mokum
Gallery Mokum is Holland’s oldest gallery and has played an instrumental role in the field of realism in Dutch painting, a position that strengthened the role realism continues to play in the larger Dutch art world. Gallery Mokum continues its role as the most  identifiable venue for select artists working in this style. The broad scope in which these artists define their representational or realistic works of art can vary from still life paintings, to portraits or landscapes. Based on its outstanding reputation and longstanding activity, Mokum has the choice of working with the finest artists working in this tradition. At the Dutch Art Now they offer you a variety of paintings by artists represented by the gallery in finely detailed realism and painterly personal visions.
Eduard Planting Fine Art
Eduard Planting Fine Art Photographs specializes in photographs by (inter) nationally renowned artists and regularly gives attention to upcoming talent. This creates an interesting mix and contrast between famous and lesser-known photographers. That same exciting mix applies to the different styles and periods that the photographs descend from, to the various materials used and the manner of framing. At Dutch Art Now they show work from the intriguing Wallstreet Subway Series by Reinier Gerritsen, inspired by Walker Evans’ series of the 1930’s-, from Diana Blok’s See through us Series – about homosexual and transgender people in Turkey, Igor Kruter’s Karakal Girls Series – about female soldiers in an Israeli elite unit and photos from the Amsterdam Series by Christopher Regis-Gludd.
Galerie Rademakers
Galerie Rademakers is located on the Prinsengracht, one of the finest canals of Amsterdam, nearby the Rijksmuseum. The gallery presents a unique mixture of established artists as well as rising stars; all with a strong sense of identity. Photography, paintings and sculptures: recognizable as typical Dutch art, but with a modern twist. Galerie Rademakers holds ten successful exhibitions each year and participates in several (inter)national Art Fairs. Pushing boundaries to explore new avenues in contemporary fine art, the gallery is proud to present typical, exciting Dutch art in ‘Dutch Art Now’ during the Armory Arts Week. All of the art is selected by personal choice and is represented exclusively in the Netherlands.
Witzenhausen Gallery
Witzenhausen Gallery is an international contemporary art gallery from the Netherlands. After being based in Amsterdam for eight years, the gallery expanded by opening a second space in New York in 2008. Lead by Jacob Witzenhausen, the gallery specializes in art that is confronting in a certain way. Art that touches upon the issues of life that we all have to deal with, such as family ties, love, sex, illness, loneliness, death and a society that can be questioned on the way it is developing. In other words: Witzenhausen looks for art that makes us contemplate our life, our relationships with others, the society and the world we live in, the way we live, love and consume.
Van Zijll Langhout Exposities
Van Zijll Langhout Exposities displays the work of young Dutch and international artists fresh out of the prestigious Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. The versatility and the quality of the education at the Rijksakademie can be seen in the artists work- resulting in spectacular paintings, installations, sculptures and video`s. Artist Bas Louter draws on archived, historical imagery, elements of entertainment, and narrative traditions such as film noir to create a haunting series of figures and objects veiled in obscurity of time or place. His portrayals lay bare a fascination with the idea of collective misremembering and the distortion of meaning that occurs over time, as inevitably memory is infected by movies, books and other media.