- Arie Versluis & Elly Uitenbroek
- Erwin Olaf
- Henk Tas
- Paul de Nooijer
- Taco Anema
- Carla van de Puttelaar
- Dana Marshall
- Francoise Huguier
- Rineke Dijkstra
- Inez van Lamsweerde
Randstad — Arie Versluis & Elly Uitenbroek
Randstad Art Collection
Like no other, Randstad realizes that work is important in a person's life. Work encourages and develops. Work gives you an active role in society, stimulates your development, influences your financial situation and determines your social status. Simultaneously, people are the most important value within organizations. Randstad is made up of people and work, and has been matching candidates and organizations for more than 50 years. We can do that by thinking along with people. In what stage of your career are you? Which challenges does your company have? That is our passion: bringing out the best in people and organizations.
Photography plays a major role in Randstad's house style. It is the ultimate medium to visualize our abstract services and express our identity. After all, photographs are able to reflect reality clearly and directly, but also capture the human emotion. Furthermore, it is a relatively young and innovative form of art that matches Randstad's innovative edge.
Randstad is committed to a collection with a broad range. Experience shows that art is a positive contribution to the quality of the work environment. Based on the thought that people adapt their behavior to the character of this environment, the collection gives an inspiring impulse to Randstad's services.
In 1988, Randstad started buying photography in addition to the graphic art. Photography has played a leading role in Randstad's design from the start. The designers cooperated with top photographers. This relation with photography gave rise to the Randstad Photo Collection 'werk|work'. Since 1999, Randstad aims to exclusively build a photography collection, gradually decreasing the graphic art collection.