Orientation trips
The Mondriaan Fund organises orientation trips for visual artists and mediators to Asia, Latin America and Africa since 2004. The trips are aimed at exchange and cooperation between visual art professionals.

Mondriaan Fund
The Mondriaan Fund is a publicly financed fund for visual art and cultural heritage in The Netherlands. It supports innovative projects and activities by visual artists, intermediaries (curators and critics), museums and other heritage organizations, art institutions, archives, galleries and commissioning parties. All grants are awarded with a view to promoting the production and presentation of relevant Dutch visual art and heritage in the Netherlands and abroad, where a commercial market is (yet) undeveloped. The Mondriaan Fund has an annual budget of around 26 million euro. The majority of this comes from the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science. Hundreds of projects are supported in the Netherlands and abroad every year. Furthermore, the fund offers stimulus programmes for innovation and promotion, motivating and setting the agenda. The Mondriaan Fund employs 34 people. For the assessment of applications, the fund consults external experts.

Orientation trips
The Mondriaan Fund has been organizing orientation trips for visual artists and mediators to Asia, Latin America and Africa since 2004. The trips are aimed at exchange and cooperation between visual art professionals. The goal of this orientation travel is to extend international networks and contacts, and to stimulate the international dialogue between art professionals.

Previous trips were made to South-Africa and Zimbabwe (2018), United States of America and Cuba (2017), Iran and Armenia (2016), Chile and Colombia (2015), Gwangju in Korea and Tokyo, Yokohama and the Setouchi Islands in Japan (2014), Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary (2013), Indonesia and China (2012), Mali, Senegal and Marokko (2011), Turkey, Nigeria and Mali (2010), Brazil, Argentina and Peru (2009), Bangladesh, India and the United Arab Emirates (2008), Mexico and Curaçao (2007), South Africa and Senegal (2006), China (2005), and the Middle East (2004).

The trips are organized in cooperation with the Danish Arts Agency and Pro Helvetia (since 2011) and Frame-Finland (since 2019).

With the Flanders Arts Institute (between 2007-2018).