KunstRAI/Art Amsterdam will celebrate its 36th edition next year. The fair, established in 1985, is one of the oldest in the world and focuses on contemporary autonomous painting and sculpture, photography and new media. There is also room for applied art and design.
For the 36th time, the KunstRAI offers galleries a sales platform that is well-known among a broad art-loving public. It is the place where the collector and enthusiast, young and old, come to get acquainted with new developments in the field of visual art.
The advice and selection committee exists of Justin ten Haaf, Jan van Hoof, Rob Koudijs, Rob Malasch and Willem Rueb. The committee offers a professional view regarding the participants on their quality.
Regular: € 15,-
CJP/ Ages van 12 to 18 jaar: € 10,-
Regular: € 12,50,-
CJP/Ages 12 to 18 € 8,-
Children under 12: free
No discount for ages above 65 our Museumkaart holders.
Opening hours 2020
Wednesday 29 April: 4 PM – 9 PM (private)
Thursday 30 April: noon – 9 PM
Friday 1 May: noon – 9 PM
Saturday 2 May: 11 AM – 6 PM
Sunday 3 May: 11 AM – 6 PM
Monday 4 May: 11 AM – 6 PM
Adres and parking
Amstelhal (Hal 7) Amsterdam RAI, Wielingenstraat (1078 KK)
Visitors pay parking fee of € 4 per hour with a maximum of € 25 per day. The day ticket you can buy online in advance for € 21.
Due to construction work, limited parking is available at P9. Visitors are advised to park in P1 or P2.
There will be three terraces available on the fair. Visitors are welcome for a drink, oysters, tapas, sandwiches and many more.
Dogs are not allowed on the fair.
Taking pictures is only allowed with permission from the gallery holder.
Backpacks and large bags have to be handed off at the cloakroom.