CBK Amsterdam

CBK Amsterdam
Rob Doolaard, Artist
€475,00
CBK Amsterdam
Albert Blitz, The boy
€500,00
CBK Amsterdam
Lovis van Poeteren, Barito, 1984
€550,00
CBK Amsterdam
Dick Bergfeld, the morning coat
€890,00
CBK Amsterdam
Peter Reisma, East is east
€375,00
CBK Amsterdam
Roos Waterland, Untitled
€450,00
CBK Amsterdam
Teus Klein, Reflection
€380,00
CBK Amsterdam
Henk van Putten, Four cylinder
€650,00
CBK Amsterdam
Annemarie Fischer, Head
€745,00
CBK Amsterdam
Niek de Vriendt, Maison
€455,00
CBK Amsterdam
Mareike Geys, Seascape
€625,00
CBK Amsterdam
Joep Beunen, Couple
€845,00
CBK Amsterdam
Petra van der Vlugt, Untitled
€500,00
CBK Amsterdam
Pjotr van Moock, Soundsampling
€500,00
CBK Amsterdam
Jolene van Rappart, Quadrans circuli
€325,00
CBK Amsterdam
Marian Koopen, Untitled 5
€280,00
CBK Amsterdam
Peter Bakker, Untitled 4
€280,00
CBK Amsterdam
Jan Nijland, 'Afscheid'
€935,00
CBK Amsterdam
Hans van Beek, 'Untitled'
€450,00
CBK Amsterdam

CBK stands for Centre for the Visual Arts. CBK Amsterdam started in 1984 as Artoteek Oost, founded by the Stedelijk Museum with the aim of making the municipal collection accessible to a broad public and to bring art closer to the citizens of Amsterdam. In 2009, the name changed to CBK and the organisation got access to a monumental exhibition space on the site of the former purification halls of the Oostergasfabriek. Here the CBK combined art lending and exhibitions. Since 1984, the CBK collection has been carefully built up and regularly updated with works by contemporary artists. Various techniques and different movements within contemporary art are widely represented.