Martijn van de Griendt is the winner of the Rabo Photographic Portrait Prize 2021 with his portrait of Luka. The winner of Rabo Photographic Portrait Talent 2021 is Bram Engelaar with the series ‘Matar a Saudade’. Read more about the winners here.
Stephan Vanfleteren talks about his portrait series Angels of the Sea. See what inspired him and hear why he was captivated by the subject. And what does he think about capturing someone’s soul in a portrait?
This year, photographer Rob Hornstra and writer Arnold van Bruggen spent two months in Den Helder, where they made a portrait of the city. They photographed and spoke with hundreds of ‘Heldenaren’ – from fishermen to club presidents and from sea cadets to naval officers, in the city where everything revolves around the navy. Hornstra and Van Bruggen’s photos and stories are part of their long-term project The Europeans (2020-2030).
De entire exhibition The Naval Base is showcased from 27 to 31 October 2021 at Het Pompgemaal in Huisduinen, Den Helder. A selection of this exhibition can be seen at the Portrait Gallery Studio.
OPEN: 6,7, 13, 14, 20 & 21 November 2021, 1-4 PM.
Portrait Gallery Studio @ Marineterrein,
Kattenburgerstraat 5, building 003D, Amsterdam
The Love Line is a universal portrait about how love blossoms between two people and the inescapable miscommunication that gets in the way. In the sound installation, podcast series and the film installation, you discover anonymous love stories.
Photographer Tara Fallaux uses a variety of media to evoke love’s ultimate loneliness and tries to fathom it, based on people’s true confessions of love. You can listen to their stories on your own phone. Expect recognition, emotion and wonder – and a portrait of love.
The Love Line can be seen from November 26 to December 19, 2021 in the Portrait Gallery Studio at the Marineterrein in Amsterdam. Openinghours Gallery: 26, 27, 28 November and 4, 5, 11, 12, 18 and 19 December from 1pm – 4pm.
Outside opening hours the installation can also be heard and seen from 26 November to January 9 2022 from 5pm -11pm by scanning the QR code on the window.
Work from the series Songs for Soprano by Jitske Schols has been showcased at FotoFestival Naarden 2019. Together with the RKD-Netherlands Institute for Art History, we created a Photo Story about Schols’s series dedicated to 19th Century soprano Anna Witsen. Our Photo Story was part of the exhibition at Bastion Oranje in Naarden-Vesting.
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