In the exhibition Studio Aleppo [The Hague] at ‘Spuiplein’, 28 inhabitants from The Hague introduce themselves to you. Some of them are newcomers, while others have lived here for a long time. The portraits, taken by renowned photographer Robin de Puy, challenge you to reflect on your judgment about refugees.

The portraits are a selection of the fifty The Hague residents that were portrayed at the Humanity House by De Puy. The aim of the exhibition is to stimulate a feeling of recognition and inclusion between old and new residents of The Hague.

Outdoor exhibition

20 Dec 2017 - 7 Jan 2017

Spui, The Hague (NL)

Studio Aleppo: Picturing (new) European citizens is a project by Paradox, in which pop-up photography studios are set up in various European cities. In each city, newcomers and ‘established’ residents are invited to have their picture taken by a prominent photographer. Studio Aleppo was initiated by Syrian photographer Issa Touma

Sufiyan
Sufiyan
© Robin de Puy
Hanin
Hanin
© Robin de Puy
Sjaak
Sjaak
© Robin de Puy
Exhibition Studio Aleppo [The Hague] at Humanity House
Exhibition Studio Aleppo [The Hague] at Humanity House
© Fred Ernst
Robin de Puy shows one of her photos to a portrayed father and daughter.
Robin de Puy shows one of her photos to a portrayed father and daughter.
© Fred Ernst
© Fred Ernst
© Fred Ernst
© Fred Ernst
© Fred Ernst
© Fred Ernst

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