The Khani Foundation aims to create proximity between entrepreneurs and artists. Emphasising what connects us rather than what separates us, the Khani Foundation endeavours to bring artistic creation to private enterprises, thus allowing a dialogue to emerge. What can we learn from each other? How do we really value creativity and art?


What characterises the artistic entrepreneurial approach is a way of fully allowing consequences of ideas to emerge, without necessarily needing to know where this will take us. Artists as well as entrepreneurs take full responsibility for the consequences of this uncertainty. Applied to a business model, this means that the uncertainty of creation can actually be very productive and conducive to growth.


We’ve elaborated a business model that allows visibility and connectivity of entrepreneurs and enterprises in the arts field and vice versa.

Which companies?

We work with people and companies who share in our values. Proximity. Transparency. Commonality. Economic emancipation of the artist.

How can you participate?

You can participate as an artist, an individual, an institution or a company. The aim is to connect to one another. Please contact us for further information.

What’s in it for you?

Whether you are an artist, an entrepreneur or a business owner, the benefits we offer lie in the enlarging and deepening of your network of audience, clients and collaborators. By allowing the artistic entrepreneurial approach to broaden your (corporate) social responsibility, the Khani Foundation proposes new forms and encounter and new formats of creation.

“As artists we are absolutely entitled to release our creative craft onto the business side of our careers – regardless of what the industry might dictate. We can today create new possibilities by juxtaposing an artistic career to private marketing strategies. In doing so we enlarge the scope of our work. We create new audiences and resonances through the mutual exchange of practices and methodologies. And we connect people and visions that were previously disjunct.” Fleur Khani – founder of the Khani Foundation.


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