August 18th – September 28th

by Miguel Gori

SHORES is a poetic impression of beach shores all over the world. It’s the area right next to the sea, and it can be sandy, rocky and dramatic. Many people enjoy the shores in different ways. Because the people are  photographed from a distance the scenery becomes like a postcard.

Almost a silent tribute to these wonderful shores.


April 21st – June 21st

Multiple artists and professionals will showcase their work and inspire attendees based on the theme of Nature’s Dream. During these weeks, we have organized various workshops focused on the theme of Earth Month, with Arkive and Tankstation.

Roughly in between – Miguel Gori

The “Roughly in between” exhibition is a showcase of photographs taken by Miguel Gori, featuring nature as the central theme. However, the exhibition also includes a new project where Miguel, Lia en Lydia combine fashion and nature in a unique way. Each photograph in the exhibition tells its own unique story, but when viewed together, they form a cohesive narrative that takes the viewer on a journey through the natural world. Gori’s skill as a photographer lies in his ability to not only capture the physical beauty of nature and fashion, but also to convey the emotions and atmosphere surrounding each scene.Overall, “Roughly in between” is a celebration of the beauty and wonder of nature, and a reminder of the importance of preserving it for future generations.Fashion Lia Tempert Hair&make-up Lydia Leloux Models : Roos, Tess (Skin models)

Shrink me down, I’m going out – Rebecka Hultman

At the crossroads of reality and fantasy, Shrink me down, I’m going out captures a moment of transformation that is shared between the Young-Girl and the princesses she grew up watching on TV. Preparing her for her grand reveal, song birds carry her new outfit through the window. As she drinks a beer in front of her only mirror, her favorite pair of underwear is drying on a hanger. Using digital 3d-modeling as a direct manifestation of the freedom of one’s imagination, these objects carry a toy-like quality when translated into reality.The digital realm is unbothered by laws of physics and human touch. A tension is created between the dreamed mise en scenes and the inherent limitations of their materialization.


March 31st – April 21st

We are excited to announce our event focused on unity and bringing people together. We believe that in these times it is more important than ever to come together as a community and celebrate our creativity. This event is open to everyone who is interested in unity and inclusivity. Whether you come from different backgrounds, cultures, or beliefs, we welcome you to join us. We can’t wait to celebrate ‘The Art of Unity’. Ass well Bonnie Ogilvie will be exhibiting her work.

Bonnie Ogilvie: As a designer I am working with the Scottish tartan as a means of communication to which I apply ‘my language’. The Tartan is a form of a visual language: it communicates status, family ties and region. I translate my emotions, findings, observations and frustrations visually. I use the structures of Tartan with color, lines and prints as support.


February 17th – March 17th

ARC Amsterdam is happy to announce their upcoming event NEXT GEN – February 17th – March 17th.
NEXT GEN gives young creatives a stage to present their art, passion and creativity. As well a place to talk about mindset and personal growth.
NEXT GEN also hosts talks, discussions and meet ups with the creatives. Stay tuned to ARC Amsterdam for more information. Or DM us if you want to participate.
ARC Amsterdam – find your creativity –


December 9th 2022 – February 16th

Miguel Gori – Mickwell

CMYK* is an observation about the contrast of color. Color can be found everywhere, even in the most dark non-color environments. Contrary to that, on one of his journeys to Europe, Miguel was surprised by the absence of color on the facades of brands with the most colorful collections. By bringing the two projects together in opposite walls the contrast is even bigger.*CMYK refers to the four ink plates used in some color printing: cyan, magenta, yellow, and key (black). It refers to his time as an art director of a printed magazine.———Miguel Gori is an experienced art director, creative director and photographer with a great eye for detail based in Amsterdam.After splitting his time between Italy and the Netherlands in his youth, Miguel first completed Art School in Italy, and subsequently attended the Art Academy Sint Joost in Breda. Following his studies, Miguel started his career as art director for Esprit and Mexx. The following years, inspired by the fashion environment, Miguel became a successful photographer. For several years, he worked for the leading national and international fashion magazines and brands.With this experience in mind, Miguel co-founded an international multimedia agency, named Solar Initiative. In its cross-media field, where commercial assignments and art alternated and merged, Solar Initiative had several award-winning projects and multiple exhibitions. Some examples are the Red Dot Award, the European Design Award, and the Mercurs Award. As an art director, Miguel’s highlight was, when he was asked to become Art Director of the Dutch Vogue. For six years, he developed and took care of the brand and magazine in the Netherlands.After his period with Vogue, Miguel decided to turn his focus fully back on his first passion: photography. Of course, now using his extensive knowledge of art and fashion. He is able to see beauty and a story in unexpected places and catches these moments with a strong graphic eye.———