Since 2008 Circle has shown artists from all over the world in different expressions, photography, drawing, video installations, painting and sculpture with great success.
With a Master degree in History of Art from the University of Amsterdam and having worked for Sotheby’s and Christie’s in London, Amsterdam and Milano the idea of giving young artists a platform was a logical next step.
With an Art History degree and stints at several contemporary art galleries & Christie’s under her belt, Nina decided it was time to set up her own art consultancy in Amsterdam: Heuv Art. As an art consultant she works with private, institutional and corporate clients on building collections, exhibition programs and special projects in the contemporary art field.
Circle Gallery exhibits work by established and emerging Dutch and international artists.
Circle Gallery, launched in 2008, is a non-profit initiative staging contemporary art in the refined and exclusive environment of a former coach house and adjacent garden in the heart of Amsterdam.
Circle Gallery aims to provide a platform for dialogues related to contemporary art.
As from September 2019 Melanie van Ogtrop and Nina van Heuveln (Heuv Art) will combine forces. Circle Gallery will become an Art & Project Space concentrating on young artists and giving them the floor to exhibit their works.
25+ YEARS EXPERIENCE
Art & project space for artists
Her works consists of objects, installations, spatial conquests, photos, drawings, texts and sounds. I use a great variety of materials, however they are often fragile, soft and light (paper, textile, leather, oilcloth, stamps, maps..)
A contemporary artist whose paintings are at the gates of abstraction, placed somewhere between beauty, order, and chaos.
She expresses her admiration for the black woman. She places her at the center in large collages.
A fascination with Chinese culture led this painter to move to Shanghai, where he began to synthesize traditional Chinese visual vocabularies with European painting.
Working independently though creating his own images in his studio in the countryside near the city of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Nicolai’s work consists of a wide selection of editorial images for fashion campaigns as well as portraits.
In his work Ellert investigates a vigorous language of forms whose origins lie not in aesthetics, but in the urge to survive, from which it derives its beauty.
People need stories and images in order to create order within the world's chaos. She regards the world as a ready-made film set for her observations.
Contemporary German artist with a dedication to form as a method of function and design.
As a painter and sculptor of Czech origin, born in 1944 in Olomouc, Moravia. He emigrated to France in 1968 and lives in Paris. His works provide an insight into the occupation of Czechoslovakia by Soviet troops and how life provides a canvas towards truth and insight.
Jimmy’s dream has always been to create awareness about our world’s indigenous cultures through his photography. He has wanted to create a visual document that shows us and future generations the beauty of how they live.
We live in a time, place, economic structure that approves the having and satisfaction of desire. The material desire, the sexual desire. But desire is complicated. Approving of desire opens for the possibility of absolute liberation, an at the same time, absolute destruction. And beyond this love, not even remotely less complicated.
When transition meets beauty in a clear and obvious form, art transcends the concept of state and matter.
It is interesting to present photo graphical work surrounding Senegal, where many people have mixed identities and shared their personal stories. Africa and belonging - not just a concept.
Again and again searching for exactly the right line, the completely successful spot. Day in day out the almost obsessive search for optimum intensity in image and meaning. And then you have the drawing; A kind of laconic hit, loosely spotted intensity or wall-filling miniatures. It worked.
Dutch artist who designs 100% natural fashion knitwear and home textiles that are visually inspired by the diversity of nature, and produced with the mentality that what humans make must remain in balance with what nature makes
Trained as a painter and a sculptor his unusual sculptures are of rare complexity and beauty. He incorporates self-portraits in many of the works, which have something of a renaissance quality to them, yet borrow also from Giacometti and other modern masters.
My work talks about humanity. I create imaginary worlds that correspond to the world I live in. I observe the movement and emotion of life by taking the image and colour of the people and surroundings that I see and hear. To use to make my art and harmony, peace and love.
As a commercial diver and underwater photographer based at the Underwater Stage at Pinewood Studios, the only facility of its kind in the world. She specializes in behind-the-scenes underwater stills and video for feature films, TV and commercials.
As an Italian Postwar & Contemporary artist who was born in 1940 his work offers a glimpse of life in a time of instability and a simpler life.
Our current daily and weekend rates
Half a day: €500
Whole day: €1.000
Weekend: €1.250 / day
Rental times are from 10.00 to 20.00 hrs.
For information contact:
Drs. M.H. van Ogtrop-Quintus
Amsterdam, Netherlands 1017 GC
00 31 6 54 37 82 78
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Come and celebrate our first exhibition
during Unseen and discover new upcoming photography talent!
Wednesday September 18, 6-9 PM
Tipping Point is a collective of eight artists: Tobias Asser, Jasmijn Duterloo, Mariëlle Gebben, Matt de Groot, Birgit Matschullat, Arjan Post, Alexander Sporre and Dylan van Vliet.
The artists are concerned with what happens when tensions increase to a breaking point. The title of the exhibition refers to the point at which a reversible change becomes irreversible. The tipping point is challenging and frightening at the same time. The collective creates and shows their work in precisely that field of tension.
We hope to welcome you the 18th!
Melanie van Ogtrop & Nina van Heuveln
A few exhibitions we have hosted over the years