IfaaContempory, an extension of IFAA Art Platform represents the Thamgidi Collection, Design and IFAA world’s leading international artists, including Marcos Lora Read, Pelagie Gbaguidi, Keiko Sato, Misheck Masamvu, Kiripi Katembo Siku, Toufik Medjamia, Bill Kouelany, Bright Ugochukwu Eke, Guy Woute, Meschac Gaba, Viktor Ekpuk, Pascal Courcelles, Moridja Kitenge Banza, Rashid Jogee, Gerard Koek, Johann van der Schijff, Angela De Jesus, Cheikhou Ba, Sithabile Mlotshwa, Ivan Izquierdo and Kelvin Dalton Johnson.

IfaaContemporary supports emerging talent and promotes the very best in contemporary art & design from around the globe as well as being presented in IfaaCity, IfaaRegional and IfaaGlobal major projects. Through a collaboration with Art, Books en Wine, IfaaContemporary maintains a mobile and physical cultural hub. The mobile cultural hub takes places in different cities where IFAA major projects take place. The physical cultural hub takes place in two cities, Arnhem and Nijmegen, bringing together designers, musicians, writers, poets, food and wine lovers, intellectuals, artists, hosts talks, performances, workshops, seminars and master classes: see artbooksenwine.com

IfaaContemporary presents a rich diversity of art and design with artists whose works have won prestigious prizes. Most of IfaaContemporary artists’ works are collected world-wide by major institutions, museums and private foundations. Collectors include; Thamgidi Foundation, National Museum of Modern Art, Santo Domingo, Van ReeKum Museum, Apeldoorn, International Forum Ludwieg Für Kunst, Aachen, Atlantic Centre of Modern Art, Gran Canaria, NOG. Collection, Amsterdam, Wegener Arcade, Apeldoorn, Contemporary Arts Museum of Costa Rica, Miami Art Museum, Florida, Town Hall Camargo, Santander, Government of Gran Canaria, Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Collection Chamber of Deputies National Congress in Santo Domingo.