Our aim is to connect guidance on the art market, cultural entrepreneurship and intercultural projects around the world.
jeannette ten kate
living the arts together
Jeannette ten Kate graduated in Art History at Leiden University in 1988. Between 1989 and 1999 she was a specialist in modern & contemporary art at Glerum Auctioneers, whereupon she started Sinopia Art Consultancy in 1999. In 2006, she founded and curated the Sinopia East Asia Fine Arts Collection/ Investment Fund. In 2009 she also started the ‘Art’s Club Collectors Society’ which is a private club for art collectors.
Creating together cultural exchange
Monique Knapen studied Social History in Rotterdam, including a minor in Sinology at Leiden University and a year at the University of Beijing. She lived and worked in China for 6 years. Monique is an expert in international cultural relations, especially in the arts and culture sector between the Netherlands and China. From 2011 until 2017 she worked as Program Director China at DutchCulture, a position that gave her the unique position to lobby for art and culture with the Far East.
jessy van de klundert
working on cultural entrepreneurship in a changing world
Jessy van de Klundert studied Business Administration & Logistics and Art History in Amsterdam. Having worked at various positions in the Dutch museum world (Rijksmuseum & Van Gogh Museum), she set up the international advisory activity ‘Van Gogh Museum Professional Services’. In addition to her affinity with the business side of the art and culture world, she has also been involved in a number of startups outside the museum world.