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May’s walk is in the Japanese Gardens in Clingendael Park, The Hague. Open only for a short period to help protect the delicate mosses and other fauna growing there, we will take advantage of their Spring opening and wander through this peaceful and serene setting with it’s pagoda, bridges, water and the blossoming spring trees. Think landscape and macro.
Our ViewFinders Photography Walk on Wednesday 22nd April is in De Horsten, Wassenaar. We will wander through the birch woods, practice landscape photography techniques and enjoy the azaleas, rhododendrons and the blooming lilac hill.
We are delighted to be hosting the first FOUR 4 exhibition at our studios – Maanplein (Building 8), 2516CK Den Haag – in the coming weeks. FOUR is a collaboration of 2 photographers and 2 painters exhibiting together : 4 women, 4 artists, 4 nationalities. Opening on Sat 27 June 2015.
Now on exhibition is a large retrospective of Anotn Corbijn. One of the more famous photographers in the Netherlands. In two museums in the Hague his work is exhibited. In the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag there is the real retrospective and in the Fotomuseum there is a selection of the work he did with music bands.
Every other year there is a large Photo festival in the fortified town of Naarden. Several exhibitions inside and outside in a beautiful setting. Every time a different theme which this year is “WATER, WATER!”. Beside the official festival there is the “festival-OFF”. At least as big and at least as interesting. Many amateur and professional photographers have their work exhibited in store, restaurants, galleries, town hall etc.
The Dutch National Archive in The Hague hosts the largest photo collection in the Netherlands. 15 million photo’s of which more then 450 vintage prints are now exhibited.
The exhibition shows the world and the Netherlands through the eyes of famous and less famous photographers. Among others work will is shown off: Emmy Andriesse, Eva Besnyö, Henk Blansjaar, Brassaï, Robert Capa, Ed van der Elsken, Paul Huf, Johan van der Keuken, Aart Klein, Cas Oorthuys, Pieter Oosterhuis, Willem van de Poll, Erich Salomon, Gerda Taro en Alexandrine Tinne.