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48 works from H+F Collection on loan to FRAC Dunkirk
The H+F Collection has made a five-year long-term loan to the FRAC Nord-Pas de Calais in Dunkirk.

The loan comprises a total of 48 works by the following artists: Adel Abdessemed, Victor Boullet, Elina Brotherus, Prudencio Irazabal, Paul Kooiker, Gerald Van Der Kaap, Sutee Kunavichayanont, Masato Nakamura, Deimantas Narkevicius, Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook, Fabien Rigobert, Karin Sander, Hrafnkell Sigurdsson and Manit Sriwanichpoom.

The FRAC (Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain) Nord-Pas de Calais was founded in 1982. Its primary mission is to build up and manage a collection of international contemporary art, which is actively used in a number of projects and exhibitions in the region, in France and abroad. The collection includes visual art and design and currently comprises around a thousand works.

FRAC Nord-Pas de Calais


Illustrated: Untitled (Negtent) by Hranfkell Sigurdsson.
48 works from H+F Collection on loan to FRAC Dunkirk  
 
 
ArtAids

The ArtAids foundation was set up in 2006 at Han Nefkens’ initiative. ArtAids fights AIDS with the power of art as its most important weapon. ArtAids invites leading artists to produce work that is inspired by AIDS and related problems. These works of art are used to raise the public’s consciousness and to encourage their involvement.

Fundació Han Nefkens

The Han Nefkens Foundation is a private non-profit organisation that was set up in Barcelona in 2009 with the aim of promoting the production of contemporary artworks. The mission is to stimulate artistic creation in Barcelona by offering international artists an opportunity to create artworks and interventions in the city, and to promote other fields of contemporary creation.

H+F

Han Nefkens started to collect art in 2000. The H+F Collection, named after himself and his partner Felipe, is in long-term loan to various museums in The Netherlands and abroad. Nowadays Han Nefkens is not only active as a collector but also as an initiator of international art projects, often in collaboration with museums and other art institutions.