The Mondriaan Fund is a public incentive fund for the visual arts and cultural heritage.
It promotes special and innovative projects and activities by visual artists, intermediaries (curators and critics), museums and other heritage institutions, presentation institutions, archives, galleries and commissioning bodies.
All of its contributions aim to stimulate the production and presentation of relevant visual arts and Dutch heritage in the Netherlands and abroad in those places where the market does not (yet) do so.
The exhibitions Op de thee (2014), Sexy Ceramics (2016), Made in Holland (2018), Sunken Treasures (2019) and Human After All (2020) were made possible by the Mondriaan Fund. The fund contributed to the 2014-2015, 2016-2017 collection fund and to various acquisitions, including the Kakiemon figures. The refurbishment of the Princessehof in 2017 was also supported by the Mondriaan Fund.