1. Points on the Map

    Launch 2013 Multiple authors

    2013, Robert Knoth, Antoinette de Jong, Tim Hetherington, Simon Burke, Ad Nuis, Anastasia Khoroshilova, Seda Muradyan, Dirk-Jan Visser, Arthur Huizinga, Ad van Denderen, Nir Evron, Juul Hondius, Miquel Dewever-Playa, Isabelle Fougère, Kadir van Lohuizen
    Points on the Map – The Representation of Conflict in Cultural Space is a group exhibition curated by Bas Vroege. The exhibition is part of the Beijing Photo Biennial 2013, organised by the art museum of the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFAM). Points on the Map deals with the changing geopolitical landscape in the...

  2. ANGRY

    Launch 2011 Multiple authors

    2011, Annette Behrens, Nisrine Boukhari, Mohamed Bourouissa, Daya Cahen, Yvon Chabrowski, Ad van Denderen, Rineke Dijkstra, Willie Doherty, Eva Frapiccini, Jasper Groen, Johan Grimonprez, Susan van Hengstum, Runo Lagomarsino, Johan Tirén, Eva Leitolf, Aernout Mik, Miko Martin, Monica Nouwens, Corinne Englert, Isabel Morgen, Cora Piantoni, Sarah Pickering, Adriaan van der Ploeg, Astrid Proll, Julian Röder, Allan Sekula, Jules Spinatsch, Joel Sternfeld, Ari Versluis, Ellie Uyttenbroek, Yumosh, Tobias Zielony
    Radicalisation has been a hot topic since 9/11 and radicalism is regarded as negative by definition. But born out of idealism, isn’t it often also a force for social change? Who is radical and who decides? Has there really been an increase in radical behaviour among young people in our current society or is it...

  3. We Are The World

    Launch 2009 Multiple authors

    2009, Chen Xiao, Jin Jiangbo, Mo Yi, Song Chao, Xiong Wenyun, Zhao Liang, Zeng Han, Jacqueline Hassink, Theo Niekus, WassinkLundgren, Henk Wildschut, Frank van der Salm, Gerald van der Kaap, Ad van Denderen
    WATW is short for We Are The World. The song (written by Lionel Ritchie and Michael Jackson) was originally written for a 1985 campaign against famine in Ethiopia, later hijacked for a multitude of other purposes, focusing on issues of solidarity as well as mutual responsibility. In the framework of this 2009/2010 travelling exhibition, a...

  4. Multivocal Histories

    Launch 2009 Multiple authors

    2009, Stephen J. Bell, Taco Hidde Bakker, Julian Germain, Florian Schwarz, Tim Hetherington, Susan Meiselas, Wouter den Bakker, Anastasia Khoroshilova, Andrea Stultiens, Vojta Dukát, Ales Vasicek, Jiang Jian
    For the 2009 Noorderlicht Fotofestival in Groningen, The Netherlands, entitled Human Conditions, Bas Vroege was invited to curate an exhibition. The resulting Multivocal Histories shows selected examples from a current in documentary photography in which the photographer not only uses his or her own work, but also draws on other sources including texts and images...

  5. North Holland Biennale 2008

    Launch 2008 Multiple authors

    2008, Andrea Stultiens, Semâ Bekirovic, L. A. Raeven, Hella Jongerius, Geer Roobeek, Driessen & Verstappen, Jurgen Bey, Ralph Kämena, Jan Konings, Peter Verdonk, Gerco de Ruijter, Hans van der Meer, Xavier Ribas, Leon Hendrickx, Thomas Kaan, Siebe Swart, Raimond Wouda, Luuk Kramer, Edwin Zwakman, MVRDV, Fons Brasser, Hans Singels, Gé-Karel van der Sterren, Irene Fortuyn
    The information on this page will be expanded soon. The landscape of North Holland is often perceived as natural. But the truth is – it is as artificial as it gets. Entirely manmade, it is an important part of our cultural heritage. Moreover, this cultural construct, largely shaped by agriculture, can be considered a monument....

  6. I(P+R)/N

    Launch 2004 Multiple authors

    2004, Kate Mellor, Stephen Hughes, Clare Strand, Helen Sear, Phil Collins, Shahidul Alam, David Chandler, Stein and Issa, Orri, Rob Hornstra, Thomas Neumann, Renja Leino, Arturas Valiauga, Tim Strangleman, Ulrich Gebert, Luigi Gariglio, Tomoko Yoneda, Vincent Debanne, Tuomo Manninen, Xavier Ribas, Alexandra Moschovi, Helen Westgeest, Kimmo Lehtonen, Mirelle Thijsen, Arabella Plouviez, Andrej Balco, Eija Keskinen, Anastasia Khoroshilova, Nontsikelelo Veleko, Andre Vieira, Ralph Kämena
    The information on this page will be expanded soon. The International Photography Research Network is an organisation of collaborating institutions dealing with photography, varying from museums to art schools and universities. IPRN was established in 2004 as an initiative of the University of Sunderland (UK) with founding partners in Germany (Museum Folkswang and University of...

  7. Experience

    Launch 2003 Multiple authors

    2003, Abbas, Chantal Akerman, Alias Voliaers / Zwart, Herman Asselberghs, Peter Badge, Oliver Boberg, Sabrina Bongiovanni, Dirk Braeckman, Suzanne Brugger, Andrey Chezin, David Claerbout, Claude Closky, Arne Coenen, Jan Daemen Cool, Do, Rineke Dijkstra, Ruud van Empel, FAT, Zwijndrecht Fotoclub, Gil & Moti, Jan Mattheus de Grauw, Andreas Gursky, Rob 't Hart, Joost van Hezewijk, Rob Johannesma, Gerald van der Kaap, Ralph Kämena, KesselsKramer, Irmel Kamp, Osamu Kanemura, Tara Karpinski, Paul Ketelaar, Richard Korteland, Ewoud de Kroon, Florian Lantou, Diana van der Ley, Han Goan Lim, Mireya Masó, Bruce Mau, Laurent Moriceau, Geert Mul, Michiel van Musscher, MVRDV, Marcel van Nieuwenhuijsen, Dionys van Nijmegen, Will Oldham, Willem van Ophem, Els Opsomer, Ron Pansen, Bas Princen, Alejandra Riera, Fred Rohde, Stefan Romer, Fred Ros, Igor Savchenko, Henrik Saxgren, Joachim Schmid, Erfrat Shviily, Otto Snoek, Chantal Spieard, Anoek Steketee, Jan Stoker, Thomas Struth, Francis Summers, Maflan Teeuwen, Nienke Terpsma, Anders Thoren, Sofie Thorsen, Peter Tscherkassky, Pieter Vandemeer, Bill Viola, Rony Vissers, Heidi Vogels, Abraham de Vries, Markus Weisbeck, Adriaan van der Werff, Erik Wesselo, Johann Zambryski
    The information on this page will be expanded soon. We need to process a growing amount of images and media messages every single day: from news, advertisements and art to everything in between. In order to digest, our brains need to distinguish the personal relevance at an increasing pace and frequency. This mental filter, which...

  8. City Bikes / Stadsfietsen

    Launch 2000 Multiple authors

    2000, Hans Aarsman, Hans van der Meer, Ellie Uyttenbroek, Ari Versluis, Wang Yue, Chi Yujie, Gong Dapeng, Zhao Jinjiu
    “Stadsfietsen” provides playful insights into daily life in two cosmopolitan cities, Amsterdam and Beijing. The perspective for this introduction is the bicycle. In both places a much-loved, much used and often abused mode of transport. Modern Amsterdam is brought into focus by three Chinese photographers, while a quartet of Dutch photographers highlights modern Beijing. The...

  9. Avatar

    Launch 1998 Multiple authors

    1998, Janine Antoni, Jemima Brown, Hamish Buchanan, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Susan Collins, Luc Courchesne, Deborah Hammond, Lynn Herschman, Merel Mirage, Tony Oursler, Ine Poppe, Jetty Verhoeff, David Rasmus, Humberto Rivas, Cindy Sherman, Debra Solomon, Annie Sprinkle, Vibeke Tandberg, Bea de Visser
    Choosing another identity is not a new phenomenon. Everybody makes use of a different personality, or sub-personality, on some occasions, sometimes consciously, sometimes without noticing it, as when you pick up the telephone, or when you decide in front of the mirror in the morning what clothes to put on, taking the day’s schedule into...

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