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Erwin Olaf

Gemeentemuseum Den Haag and The Hague Museum of Photography are to honour one of the Netherlands’ most famous photographers, Erwin Olaf (b. 1959), with a double exhibition. Olaf, whose recent portraits of the royal family drew widespread admiration, will turn sixty this year – a good moment to stage a major retrospective. The Hague Museum of Photography will focus on Olaf’s love of his craft and...

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Klaus Baumgärtner

Sequence 15 September 2018 t/m 3 February2019 Artist Klaus Baumgärtner was fascinated by ‘things’: a flight of stairs, a manhole cover or a cup of coffee. He changed nothing, but photographed objects and phenomena just as he found them. He let the beauty and meaning of ‘the thing’ in its own familiar environment speak for themselves. Baumgärtner’s way of looking at and recording the world is...

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Sequence

Artist Klaus Baumgärtner was fascinated by ‘things’: a flight of stairs, a manhole cover or a cup of coffee. He changed nothing, but photographed objects and phenomena just as he found them. He let the beauty and meaning of ‘the thing’ in its own familiar environment speak for themselves. Baumgärtner’s way of looking at and recording the world is reminiscent of that of photographers of the 1920s...

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Isabella Rozendaal

Isabella Hunts 9 Februari to 12 May 2019 For more than ten years now, photographer Isabella Rozendaal (b. 1983) has been following hunters in different countries and cultures, from the Netherlands’ Hoeksche Waard to the Amazon. She is driven in this quest by two questions: what is it like to be part of the food chain in an industrialised society, and what does the concept of ‘wilderness’ mean to...

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Isabella Hunts

What does the concept of wilderness mean to modern humans? And what does it mean to be part of the food chain in an industrialised society? Photographer and writer Isabella Rozendaal (b. 1983) has been exploring these questions since 2007, following hunters in a range of cultures. She never shies from confrontation: with death, with the human capacity for destruction, with the harsh reality of...

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Brand new series of photographs by Erwin Olaf on display for first time at Gemeentemuseum Den Haag

Latest series Palm Springs is part of double exhibition The major double exhibition of work by Erwin Olaf at Gemeentemuseum Den Haag and The Hague Museum of Photography (16 February – 12 May 2019) will include work that Erwin Olaf produced this autumn in Palm Springs (US). The series Palm Springs is part of a triptych, alongside Berlin (2012) and Shanghai (2017). The three series will be on show...

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Isabella Rozendaal

Isabella Hunts What does the concept of wilderness mean to modern humans? And what does it mean to be part of the food chain in an industrialised society? Photographer and writer Isabella Rozendaal (b. 1983) has been exploring these questions since 2007, following hunters in a range of cultures. She never shies from confrontation: with death, with the human capacity for destruction, with the harsh...

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Run of popular Erwin Olaf double exhibition to be extended

The 200,000th visitor to the double exhibition was given a festive reception and congratulated by Erwin Olaf himself on the afternoon of Tuesday 16 April. The success of the double exhibition has prompted the Gemeentemuseum and The Hague Museum of Photography to extend the run of both exhibitions to Sunday 16 June. Erwin Olaf is proud of this major success. ‘I didn’t see this coming. Of course you...

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Grid Corrections

Artist-photographer Gerco de Ruijter (b. 1961, Vianen) has been exploring the landscape since the mid-1980s, picturing the world from unusual perspectives by attaching his camera to kites, balloons and fishing rods. In De Ruijter’s mysterious and almost abstract landscapes, the human scale competes with nature, and familiarity goes hand in hand with alienation. His photography gives the...

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