GRIMM is an international contemporary art gallery with locations in Amsterdam (NL) and New York NY (US). Since its establishment in 2005, it has been the gallery’s mission to represent and support emerging and mid-career artists who work in a diverse range of media. Representing over 30 artists, GRIMM has staged the first solo exhibitions in The Netherlands by mid-career artists such as Matthew Day Jackson and Daniel Richter. The gallery maintains a keen eye for emerging voices and represents artists such as Arturo Kameya, Claudia Martínez Garay, Louise Giovanelli and Angela Heisch.
The gallery currently resides at Keizersgracht 241 in Amsterdam, a historic canal house in the heart of the city. In 2017, GRIMM expanded into New York with a gallery located on 202 Bowery and in Spring 2021, the gallery relocated to the heart of Tribeca. Located on 54 White Street, the gallery possesses a rich history as the former home of Arc Records, the legendary record archive that once housed 3.5 million records. The Tribeca location encompasses two exhibition spaces: a 4,200 square-foot gallery on the ground floor and a 1,800 square-foot gallery on the lower level.
In addition to the exhibitions that the gallery programs internationally, GRIMM maintains a vigorous publications series that offers further critical insights into its artists’ practices. GRIMM is a proud member of the International Galleries Alliance (IGA), Dutch Galleries Association (NGA) and the Gallery Climate Coalition (GCC).