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Dutch Equine Art Fair 

10th August - 13th August

De Hollandsche Manege, Vondelstraat 140, Amsterdam, the Netherlands 

Dutch Equine Art Fair

Get ready for a unique art experience

The Dutch Equine Art Fair returns for a spectacular second edition, in collaboration with the Living Horse Museum and Paard Verzameld. This unique event, held at the historic venue of De Hollandsche Manege, brings the splendour and power of equine art to life in the heart of Amsterdam from Saturday, 10th August to Tuesday, 13th August.

Explore a curated collection of captivating equine artworks tailored for both art lovers and horse enthusiasts. This exhibition offers a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the vibrant world of equine-inspired creativity. Discover the beauty and grace of horses as depicted through the artistic talents of creators. 

Dutch Equine Art Fair

Photos Dutch Equine Art Fair 2023, by Malou Ploeg Photography

Exhibiting Artists

At the Dutch Equine Art Fair we will welcome 23 international equine artist, showcasing the best of the best in equine art. Explore a diverse array of equine-themed artworks, including bronze sculptures,  oil and acrylic paintings, stunning photography, ceramics, and mixed media creations. 

Click here to view the complete list of talented artists whose works will be featured at the fair.

Extra info - Life drawing sessions

Some of our exhibiting artists will be hosting live drawing sessions at the Dutch Equine Art Fair. Stay tuned for the schedule of dates and times when you can witness our talented artists bring equine art to life right before your eyes!

Anky Van Grunsven, photography Arnd Bronkhorst
Photography Arnd Bronkhorst

Photography: Arnd Bronkhorst

Special Guest: Arnd Bronkhorst

We are thrilled to announce that the highly acclaimed Dutch photographer, Arnd Bronkhorst, will be our special guest at the upcoming Dutch Equine Art Fair. Through his lens, Arnd Bronkhorst explores the intriguing paradox between sports and art, showcasing the horse in roles as an athlete, companion, and more.

'Equine Paradox'  - Photography Exhibition 

With years of experience immersed in the world of top-level equestrian sport, Arnd Bronkhorst has created a captivating photo exhibition titled 'Equine Paradox'. This exhibition is a testament to Arnd's unique ability to showcase the contrasting elements of the equestrian world, which are often known to coexist in stark contrast.


On one hand, he masterfully captures the fast-paced energy and powerful emotions that define this world, from the adrenaline-fueled thrill of triumphant moments to the sheer determination and heartbreak of competition. On the other hand, Arnd also brings to life the serene simplicity, profound beauty, and inherent spirit of the horse in its purest form. His photographs showcase the elegance and grace of these animals, the quiet moments of connection between rider and horse, and the tranquillity that comes from simply being in their presence. 

Visitors will have the chance to listen first-hand as Arnd shares valuable insights about his creative process.


Date and Time

  • Saturday, 10th August: 11:00 - 20:00 hrs

  • Sunday, 11th August: 11:00 - 19:00 hrs

  • Monday, 12th August: 11:00 - 19:00 hrs

  • Tuesday, 13th August: 11:00 - 19:00 hrs

Venue: De Hollandsche Manege, Vondelstraat 140, Amsterdam, the Netherlands 

Tickets: Tickets for the Dutch Equine Art Fair will be available for purchase online from the 1st July through the Living Horse Museum website. The ticket price is €15.50 per person. Museumkaart, holders only pay €4. Additionally, tickets can also be purchased at the door during the event.

Parking: Convenient parking options are available at Q Park Byzantium or Park Bee Overtoom, MobyPark etc.
Please ensure to consider parking arrangements when planning your visit.

Contact Information
For further details or inquiries regarding the Dutch Equine Art Fair, please feel free to reach out to Joyce Ter Horst
at or call +31 (0)6 15 90 52 68.

We look forward to welcoming you to this exceptional showcase of equine artistry!

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