Visit Peergallery during KunstRAI/Art Amsterdam

ART AMSTERDAM (Dutch title: KunstRAI) is the longest running art fair for modern and contemporary art in the Netherlands: A fair with 60 high class galleries who reflect the diversity, quality and pluralism of the historic rich offer of Dutch art and design. The visitor finds here autonomous painting and sculpture, photography and graphic art and also contemporary glass, ceramics and jewelry. Traditionally a selection of young galleries has the opportunity to present themselves in a number of RAW EDGE stands, where they take care of the surprise element with the work of emerging artists.

Peergallery’s Meet the Artist Special on Saturday June 4th.

Q&A with Dave de Leeuw.

Dave de Leeuw (Heerlen/the Netherlands 1981) currently lives and works in Maastricht/the Netherlands. He grew up in a former industrial town scarred by decay, far from metropolitan cultural life, but always had a natural passion for visual expression, particularly drawing. And supported by his family he went to study at the academy of fine arts in Maastricht, where he graduated with a Bachelor Degree in 2008. His developing work was introduced to the art public by contemporary art collector Henk Pijnenburg and former museum director Wim van Krimpen. De Leeuw’s oeuvre contains mainly of paintings, drawings and occasional videoinstallations. His works show an abandoned humanity, struggling with itself and its surroundings. Unprejudiced he captures an intimate moment of reflection on the raw behaviour of mankind.



€ 15,-, Ticket sale through internet: € 12,50 (see button on the right)
Under 18: € 10,- .
Children up to 12 years free admission.

Opening hours 2016

Wednesday June 1, 6.00 – 10.00 P.M.
Thursday June 2, 12.00 – 9.00 P.M.
Friday June 3, 12.00 – 9.00 P.M.
Saturday June 4, 11.00 A.M. – 6.00 P.M.

Sunday June 5, 11.00 A.M. – 6.00 P.M.


Attention: Parking at RAI costs € 17,50 per visit
Parking Scheldeplein: € 2,50 per hour, see:
Flow parking (opposite east side of RAI): € 3,- per hour, see:


There are 3 terraces on the fair where visitors can stop for a bite and a drink, serrving sandwiches, tapas, oysters etc.


No dogs allowed in the fair
Photographing in the booth only with permission of the gallery owner
Large bags and rucksacks should be left in the cloak room