In4Art is committed to creating space for new ideas and experiments that address the big issues of our time. Our focus is to increase the impact of art in society and economy by bringing systematic change to the domains of circular economy, material research and next generation internet.

We work with clients and partners to push the boundaries of innovation with art:

What we do

We search for overlooked perspectives and unexpected solutions that can change the world. We collect them, are a partner for further development and share their transformative potential. Some of our recent projects:

Feel free to contact us to learn more about our organisation, our services or our collection

info@in4art.eu

News

  • BNR Nieuwsradio interviewed In4Art in July 2018

    “Kunstenaars zijn bij uitstek de mensen die op een bijzondere, vrije manier naar de toekomst kijken en ons daarin mee kunnen nemen”

    BNR Nieuwsradio interviewed In4Art in July 2018
  • NOSop3 interviewed In4Art in May 2017

    “Kunstenaars zijn vaak heel erg goed in wat ze doen en hebben meer dan genoeg ideeën over wat ze willen maken. Maar dan begint het eigenlijk pas”

    NOSop3 interviewed In4Art in May 2017
  • de Volkskrant interviewed In4Art in February 2018

    “Duurzame ondersteuning van kunstenaars en het enthousiasmeren van verzamelaars – de activiteiten van In4Art zijn bewonderenswaardig”

    de Volkskrant interviewed In4Art in February 2018
  • South China Morning Post interviewed In4Art in December 2017

    “From artists-in-residence to angel investing, art patrons are increasingly invested in the early stages of an artist’s career”

    South China Morning Post interviewed In4Art in December 2017
  • New York Times interviewed In4Art in May 2017

    “Patrons of the 21st century are far less politically motivated than the Medici family and their ilk, and they generally don’t house artists in their lavish estates or command them to paint frescoes. But just like the patrons of old, they are giving creators a pathway to success and economic stability, providing living expenses, supplies, pep talks and more.”

    New York Times interviewed In4Art in May 2017