Althuis Hofland Fine Arts was established in September 2018 by Ornis Althuis (1987) and Jeanine Hofland (1983) and is located within the historical centre of Amsterdam. The gallery has a strong focus on the medium of painting spanning different generations and works closely with curators and collectors in the field. The gallery is strongly committed to presenting its artists’ work in an international context and participates in important art fairs world wide (such as NADA Miami, Art Brussels, Art-O-Rama, Marseille etc.). 

We enjoy being connected to everyone with a curious eye, and a genuine love for the arts; from first encounter, first acquisitions to art professionals.

The gallery has collaborated with artists Jan Knap, Waldemar Zimbelmann, Hannah Perry, Marliz Frencken, Marion Verboom, Austin Eddy, Gareth Nyandoro, Duncan Hannah,
Jan Pleitner, Jasper Hagenaar, Rumiko Hagiwara, Tanja Ritterbex, Bart Kok, Julius Hofmann, Shara Hughes, Salvo and Rosa Loy.

Prior to opening Althuis Hofland Fine Arts both Hofland and Althuis have gained extensive experience within the art field by directing an art gallery independently (“Jeanine Hofland Contemporary Art” and “Ornis A. Gallery”), and by working for private collections and institutions. Jeanine Hofland founded ‘A Petite Fair’, a traveling art fair being the inspiration for CONDO. 

Between September 2018 and February 2020 the gallery used its small cellar space (8m2, H.180cm) as a project space entitled The Gemma. The Gemma hosted a.o. screenings (Taus Makhacheva), was an exhibition space of local artist initiatives (Root canal), and functioned as an artists’ bar entitled ‘Art Bar Kippy Bar’ that organized new exhibitions weekly.