Because Huntenkunst 2021 cannot take place in connection with the measures against the corona virus, the selection option has been adjusted. The participants of the 2021 edition were given priority to register for Huntenkunst 2022. Many have used that option. As a result, new participating artists can only ballot for Huntenkunst 2023.


  • Both artists and galleries that work at a professional level can enter.
  • The selection is made by our international selection committee.
  • Quality, contemporary design, consistency and diversity are selection criteria.
  • Every artist gets a unit.
  • This unit is a 2 x 2.50 meters wide corner which is 2.50 meters high and includes the square floor surface.
  • Costs for participants are € 160 which need to be paid after selection..
  • The participating artists will be mentioned on the website and shown on the Huntenkunst CD.
  • There are different prices for gallery owners.
  • Every artist that is represented by a gallery owner also needs to be selected by the selection committee.

Sign Up

Artists who would like to take part in Huntenkunst will need to send a CD-ROM or pc-stick with 10 pictures of their artworks and a short cv.

The registration must be received by the selection committee Huntenkunst by early October 2022.

Costs for participants are € 160.

Don’t forget to mention the sender’s name and address on the CD-ROM or on the stick.

Apart from applied art, all forms of contemporary visual art can be entered.

Registration forms will be sent after the selection procedure.

Entries can be sent to

The chairman of the selection committee,
attn. Harrie Schenning
Dierenriem 11
NL 7071 TJ Ulft
The Netherlands

IBAN NL08INGB0005507827

Selection committee

Huntenkunst has an international selection committee. It works independently and is fully responsible for the selection.

Members of the selection committee are:

Harrie Schenning
Committee chairman
chairman Huntenkunst
chairman Galerie bij de Boeken Ulft (NL)

Hank Gulickx Burg
Gallerist of ‘De Buytensael’, Arnhem (NL)

Martin Lacet
art historian
Insitute of Arts Utrecht (NL)
art critic

Paul Damsté
Insitute of arts Arnhem (NL)

Evangelos Koukouwitakis
board member Große Kunstausstellung NRW Düsseldorf (D)

Beatrix Dobberstein
art historian Krefeld (D)

Hans Christian Peters
Gallerist of ‘Galerie Stijl’, Eefde (NL)

Maaike Kool
former director Stadsmuseum Doetinchem (NL)