Paradox is a not for profit organisation founded in 1993. We develop projects around contemporary issues with documentary authors: photographers, filmmakers, visual artists, writers and researchers.
Paradox has developed more than 50 distinctive activities, travelling to some 120 venues worldwide. Paradox was founded with the aim of stimulating the development in photography. To reach this, Paradox produces travelling exhibitions, organises symposia and publishes audiovisual, digital and printed publications.
The recording of history as it is unfolding, and the interaction between social, economic and technical factors, with the changes in society which flow from these changes, are recurring aspects in both our thematic and monographic projects.More
Fifty The Hague residents were portrayed on 16 and 17 September at the Humanity House by renowned photographer Robin de Puy. Take a look behind the scenes at ‘Studio Aleppo’ and at the selection of the black-and-white portraits. All portraits are on show at Humanity House until 30 October, together with the (glass) negatives and small...Read more
For the very first time, the complete Ebifananyi-series by Andrea Stultiens will be on show. From 27 October 2017 - 18 February 2018 the photo collections based on several Ugandan archives are presented at FOMU in Antwerp (BE).Read more
We can’t change the past – instead we can change the future. On 10 August, the monumental portrait gallery Studio Aleppo [Helsinki] opened at the National Museum of Finland. Renowned photographer Juuso Westerlund (FI) portrayed 46 families living in Finland, presenting a new and equal culture. In just a couple of days, the photographers were taken, printed...Read more