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Gregory Crewdson

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Machiel Botman

For decades now, Dutch photographer Machiel Botman (b. 1955) has occupied a unique, somewhat elusive position in the international photography world. Slowly and with extreme precision, he is building a solid body of work, developing a specific ‘photographic language’ consisting of countless isolated fragments and scraps of reality. Black-and-white photographs of everyday things he encounters (a...

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Johan Nieuwenhuize

Johan Nieuwenhuize’s new project, IMG_, is a growing collection of abstract and semi-abstract photographic observations of »the city«: structures, buildings, cars, and reflections. The work re-presents an active visual archive consisting of images made du-ring Nieuwenhuize’s travels to different cities in Europe and the USA.

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'Empty Paradise'

While everyone outside is relaxing in the sun, the atmosphere inside the museum is quiet and contemplative. The more than 120 photographs, drawings and collages on exhibition are pervaded by a mood of poetic resignation, either inspired by the subject (remote islands, deserted villages and solitary people) or deliberately evoked by the artist (distorted portraits/self-portraits and sombre still...

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The rush and calm, moments in the city

A deserted 1950s theatre versus a packed metro train with passengers flattened against the windows. Just one of the many contrasts waiting to be discovered in The rush and calm, moments in the city, a major photo exhibition opening at the Hague Museum of Photography on 5 July.

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Paul Kooiker

Paul Kooiker is among the most interesting conceptual photographers currently working in the Netherlands. Although his work consists entirely of photographic images, he is not so much a photographer as a sculptor and installation artist. His fascination with intriguing themes like voyeurism, innocence and clichés leads him to construct fictive collections of images that are of extremely uncertain...

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UNEARTH

The United Nations has selected the international city of peace and justice The Hague and the Gemeentemuseum to host its photo exhibition ‘UNEARTH’. On the International Day of Peace, mayor Jozias van Aartsen will open the exhibition and a video message in which UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will be welcoming the viewers to Gemeentemuseum will be shown. Director of the Gemeentemuseum, Benno...

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Hellen van Meene

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Anton Corbijn

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Silver Camera Award 2014

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04 Aug — 30 Oct 2022
Bruno van den Elshout
Whatever the Weather
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26 Nov — 26 Mar 2023
Judith Joy Ross
Retrospective
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