Foam Editions is Foam's in-house and online gallery. It is a unique place to buy prints and photo books in special editions at a great price.

The work varies from attractively priced editions by world-famous photographers to the works of newly discovered talent. A Foam Editions photographer has always had either an exhibition in the museum, or a publication in Foam Magazine. An important aspect of Foam Editions is that the proceedings go towards the museum's educational projects.

Foam Editions is located on the third floor of Foam. Here, every visitor can find an exclusive piece of art, like a signed photo book or a unique edition. Foam Editions is for everyone, from the experienced art collector to every photography enthusiast willing to support Foam.

Want to see what we have on offer? Many Editions are also available in our webshop.

NEW EDITIONSJohan van der Keuken, Amsterdam 1960-1965
Amsterdam, 1960-1965 © Johan van der Keuken. Pigment archival print: digital Epson print on barite paper, 42 x 29,8 cm. Edition of 100 € 295,-

> Browse through all limited prints available in our webshop.

Foam Editions offers KunstKoop (ArtAcquisition), a favourable arrangement of the Mondriaan Fund with which you can purchase art on credit. The interest is reimbursed by the Mondriaan Fund. This arrangement can only be used by residents of The Netherlands who have a Dutch bank account.


Each year Foam Editions organizes meetings about collecting photography, for starting collectors and lovers of photography. Each spring and fall there is a lecture series of three evenings where experts and collectors share their knowledge. Furthermore, once a year we organize an English Masterclass Collecting Photography. The Foam Editions newsletter will timely inform you about these events.



A selection of the prints from the Foam Editions collection is featured on Artnet.

Foam Editions is supported with products of Philips Smart All-in-One monitors.

Foam is supported by the BankGiro Loterij, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, Delta Lloyd, the City of Amsterdam, Olympus and the VandenEnde Foundation.