Lijnbaansgracht 318, 1017WZ Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Flatland Gallery is a Dutch contemporary art gallery founded in 1984 by Martin Rogge. The gallery is internationally acclaimed (especially) in the field of contemporary photography and has a high reputation for film, video, installations, sculptures, painting and drawings.
The success of Flatland Gallery over the last three decades can be attributed to the twin pillars of a cosmopolitan outlook and an independent standpoint. The gallery is defined by championing unknown artists (and doesn't deal in what is called "the secondary market"). Play is just as important. Visitors are looked over by Fauve, the Flatcoated Retriever.
Based in the heart of Amsterdam, in a beautiful – bricks - gallery complex the gallery is located near Foam, the Rijksmuseum and Stedelijk Museum. In 2007 Flatland Gallery opened an office and viewing space in Paris, on the edge of the Marais and the artistic Oberkampf area, adding an additional 300 square meters to its exhibition space. Flatland Paris is located in the gallery of Gallery Magda Danysz, a contemporary and highly credited Parisian gallery whose focus is digital, urban and visual art.