Interview with
Giovanni Springmeier

Giovanni Springmeier started collecting art at a young age, and the Gnyp/Springmeier collection today encompasses works from artists all over the world in media ranging from sculpture, to photography and painting. Largely made up of contemporary art, the Springmeier’s home provides a welcoming and lively surrounding for the public to experience the vast array of vibrant artworks.

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Interview with
Michael Kinsbergen

We meet Michael Kinsbergen at the Byzantium tower in the heart of Amsterdam, a building designed by Rem Koolhaas with views on the ever-vibrant Vondelpark. This is where Michael lives, together with his wife Ulrike and their 5-month old Dachshund Pim– Ulrike fell in love with the dog on a recent trip to New York and could not stop thinking about it upon returning home.

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Interview with
Matt Langton

We have largely built our reputation by offering the artists of tomorrow.

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"Since the first drawing came off the wall of a cave. People talk about 'bubbles' and how it’s going to collapse, but nothing will ever dampen the human capacity to buy, adsorb and collect art and be surrounded by it"

Kenny Schachter
Interview with
Marta Gnyp

“At one point in my life I started looking for something to keep the other part of my mind sharp, so I began a part-time Art History study at the University of Amsterdam.”

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Interview with
Alain Servais

We had the pleasure of speaking with Alain Servais – a notorious and well-known collector who lives and resides in Brussels, Belgium. Everything but naive, Mr. Servais is known for having an outspoken opinion and realistic view on the functioning of the art market.

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Interview with
Kenny Schachter

The maverick art collector talks to us about breaking into the art world as an outsider, his personal influences and our limited edition poster.

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Interview with
Philip Hoffman

Philip Hoffman needs little introduction to the art world. Having worked at Christie’s in London for twelve years running its European division, Philip Hoffman launched the Fine Art Fund Group in 2001 - an art advisory and investment house that currently advises some of the most significant art collectors worldwide and is globally recognized as one of the largest of its kind.

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Interview with
Nicolas Berggruen

Growing up as the son of Heinz Berggruen - a prominent German art collector, friend to Pablo Picasso, lover to Frida Kahlo - art has unmistakably been a part and a privilege of Nicolas Berggruen’s vita.

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