Contemporary Art Museum - Palestine (CAMP) was launched in 1994 as part of our ongoing search for individual ways of assessing Palestinian visual culture, and as an attempt to encourage a greater understanding and development of contemporary art in all its diverse manifestations and in particular, to the Palestinian identity. CAMP is not as a physical place, but as a real and fluid entity where dialogue, growth and experimentation are encouraged.
CAMP temporary home is within host museums, which interact with CAMP's presence and initiate projects and exhibitions. In this manner, the project involves a nomadic movement of CAMP, its cumulative art collection from place to place. To date, CAMP has accumulated 43 artworks/projects by Palestinian and international artists, and has established networks with several individual and institutional bodies, namely the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.