Quite unorthodox, but true to the arts it represents: the Kallenbach Gallery in Amsterdam shunned the overcrowded city centre and opted for the Schinkel: a raw and upcoming industrial area in the south. A pleasant surprise for Kallenbach’s visitors, an inspiration for the artists who work with the gallery. “I always wanted my own gallery, but to start one, you need a network of like-minded artists and collectors. I’m thrilled we made it happen and love curating the works of art on display,” begins Nanna Kassenaar. “Most of it is new contemporary art and there’s a common denominator for a lot of the artists we work with: they come from the graffiti and street art scene and evolved over time.”