Where reality is celebrated in different art forms

Founded in 1984, Flatland Gallery is a well-known gallery on contemporary Dutch art which was formerly located in Utrecht and Paris and in 2012, it was relocated to Amsterdam. This centrally located Amsterdam gallery is very near to Foam, Stedelijk Museum and the Rijksmuseum. The gallery has the international acclamation on the field of contemporary photography along with the elevated reputation for film, sculpture, video installation, drawings and paintings.

The art gallery has wonderfully balanced its reputation on its cosmopolitan outlook and the independent standpoint and these are the pillars of its immense success collected risen over the last three decades. Founded by Martin Rogge, the gallery has gained its distinctive characteristics for its championing unknown artists and the long-term relationship with them. Some of the great artists include Jeroen Allart, Julia Fullerton-Batten, Gioia de Bruijn, Ari Versluis & Ellie Uyttenbroek, Sanja Marušić, Stanislaw Lewkowicz, Hans van Bentem, Yu Xiao and many more. The gallery has illuminated several art fairs such as Paris Photo (since 1997 every year), Art Rotterdam, Art Brussels and festivals like Impakt for idiosyncratic and innovative media art in Utrecht and Unseen photo fair, Amsterdam with its presence.