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La Soupe de Daguerre

Almost all of us take photographs every day using our smartphone. The vast majority of them are never printed, but are shared online or stored in digital form. As a result, we generally do not experience these photographs as physical objects, but as intangible images. Photos that are printed are, however, not necessarily regarded as objects either. One of the reasons for this is that the visual...

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La Soupe de Daguerre

Almost all of us take photographs every day using our smartphone. The vast majority of them are never printed, but are shared online or stored in digital form. As a result, we generally do not experience these photographs as physical objects, but as intangible images. Photos that are printed are, however, not necessarily regarded as objects either. One of the reasons for this is that the visual...

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Greetings from the Little Red Car/We should not complain

This exhibition is on show in the lounge of the museum.

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Eddy Posthuma de Boer

The First Photo of God Until 23 August 2020 “I’m searching for the world as it really is.” Eddy Posthuma de Boer (1931) has been obsessed with photography since the moment he picked up his first camera more than seventy years ago. He always carries his camera with him and works mainly on the street. Together with Ed van der Elsken and Johan van der Keuken, he is one of the most important post-war...

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Eddy Posthuma de Boer

“I’m searching for the world as it really is.”

Eddy Posthuma de Boer (1931) has been obsessed with photography since the moment he picked up his first camera more than seventy years ago. He always carries his camera with him and works mainly on the street. Together with Ed van der Elsken and Johan van der Keuken, he is one of the most important post-war Dutch photographers. His oeuvre betrays a...

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Being Human

Many artists have a muse. Movie directors perfect their craft working repeatedly with their favourite actors, while choreographers create some of their best works for a specific dancer. In some cases, the muse is a silent partner, the object of an artist’s intense and obsessive gaze; in others the work emerges from a partnership so close that it is unclear which is the artist and which is the muse...

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William Wegman

Being Human 5 September until 3 January 2021 Many artists have a muse. Movie directors perfect their craft working repeatedly with their favourite actors, while choreographers create some of their best works for a specific dancer. In some cases, the muse is a silent partner, the object of an artist’s intense and obsessive gaze; in others the work emerges from a partnership so close that it is...

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Unexpected Encounters

Fotomuseum Den Haag was established in 2002 as part of Kunstmuseum Den Haag. Since the opening of the Fotomuseum, the Kunstmuseum’s photography collection, which now numbers more than seven thousand works, has been enlarged by numerous important gifts. Artists, private collectors and cultural institutions have entrusted beautiful photographs to the museum. Unexpected Encounters is an exhibition...

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Accessibility

The Museum of Photography is keen that everyone should feel welcome on its premises. Unfortunately, however, we do not have good disabled access throughout the building. Travelling to the museum Public transport The Museum of Photography is on the route of tram 16 and bus 24. Unfortunately, tramline 16 does not have disabled access. Use the Haltescan app to view the ‘Kunstmuseum/ Museon’ stop. The...

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Borealis - Life in the Woods

The importance of forests to our planet is more apparent now than ever before. It is trees that filter our carbon emissions out of the atmosphere, and are thus a key weapon in our fight against climate change. Over the past four years photographer Jeroen Toirkens (b. 1971) and journalist and broadcaster Jelle Brandt Corstius (1978) visited forests in the boreal zone for their Borealis project...

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02 Jul — 13 Nov 2022
Parents
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30 Apr — 14 Aug 2022
Paul Blanca
Homage to Paul Blanca
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