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Please note: Foam Editions is currently only accessible by appointment. For questions about specific works or to make an appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. A selection of works can be seen on the ground floor of the museum. In addition, all available works are for sale via our webshop. You can choose the option 'pick up at the museum'. The pick-up times are only available outside opening hours.
The work varies from attractively priced editions by world-famous photographers to the works of newly discovered talent. A Foam Editions photographer is linked to the museum or Foam Magazine. An important aspect of Foam Editions is that the proceedings go towards the museum's educational projects.
At Foam Editions, 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.
Untitled, A certain bed, 2017/18 © Eric Gyamfi. 4 mounted Epson inkjet prints on brown wrapping paper, 40 x 30 cm, edition of 5.
> 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 year there are several short presentations that function as an introduction to buying photography. Furthermore, we organize masterclasses that focus on one specific topic, with experts and collectors sharing their knowledge. The Foam Editions newsletter will timely inform you about these events.
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Foam Editions is supported with products of Philips Smart All-in-One monitors.
Foam is supported by the BankGiro Loterij, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, Gemeente Amsterdam, Olympus and the VandenEnde Foundation.