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First Art Fair

A Vibrant Showcase of Contemporary Talent

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Immerse yourself in a diverse collection of semi-abstract art and sculptures at the Passenger Terminal Amsterdam,

From 24-27/3/2022 FIRST ART FAIR Amsterdam will open its doors for contemporary art lovers at Passenger Terminal Amsterdam, located on the IJ, where the large cruise liners dock in the summer and where cultural events take place in the winter. Request your free tickets now at and visit us at Booth #77 with an attractive mix of semi-abstract paintings and collages from internationally recognised African artists Sanda Amadou (Benin), Kingsley Ogwara (Luxembourg/Nigeria) and Patrick Musombwa (France/DR Congo), as well as mixed media works and sculptures from local Dutch artists Jeffrey Burger, Nely Koetsier and others. Visit their artist pages on this site for more details. For First Art Fair we selected great variety of works ranging from grand centerpieces with rich colourful textures to a broad range of smaller art works including paintings, drawings and sculptures.

The FIRST ART FAIR is a sparkling fair for contemporary art. The third edition of the fair will be held from Thursday 24 to Sunday 27 March 2022. The First Art Fair is the only fair where independent artists and galleries present themselves together. At the fair you will find painting and sculpture, glass, photography and jewelry by hundreds of renowned and young artists spread over the stands of approximately 25 galleries and more than 75 artists from all over the Netherlands.

The First Art Fair will be festively opened on Thursday 24 March by Sylvana Simons, party leader of BIJ1 and member of the House of Representatives and party leader on behalf of that party. As the opening act, she will unveil the portrait that Wim Heldens, whose work will be presented at the First Art Fair by Galerie Mooiman from Groningen, has made of her. The portrait will be on display for the first time at the First Art Fair.


Thursday 24 March from 4 – 9 p.m. (opening)

Friday 25 March from 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Saturday, March 26 from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m

Sunday 27 March from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.