Fifty The Hague residents were portrayed on 16 and 17 September at the Humanity House by renowned photographer Robin de Puy. The portraits were already on show in the Humanity House in October. From 20 December you can see (a selection of) the intriguing black and white pictures at the Spuiplein in The Hague. The aim of the exhibition is to stimulate a feeling of recognition and inclusion between old and new residents of The Hague.
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.
Take a look behind the scenes at ‘Studio Aleppo’ and at the selection of the black-and-white portraits.
Portraits: Robin de Puy
Photos: Fred Ernst
Video: Humanity House / Just Peace