Hier können Sie die Auswahl einschränken.
Wählen Sie einfach die verschiedenen Kriterien aus.

Exhibitions at Huis Marseille

Huis MarseilleNL

Cor Jaring

COR WAS HERE

The adventurous oeuvre of an Amsterdam photographer, 1936-2013

14 Mar – 28 Jun 2015

Huis MarseilleNL

The Marseillaise / fifteen years of collecting

The Marseillaise / fifteen years of collecting

13 Sep – 7 Dec 2014


The institutionalisation of photography
Almost forty years have passed since 1975, when global interest in autonomous photography with an artistic signature began to skyrocket. The photographic material that came onto the market in a period of just a few decades – both 19th-century and 20th-century photographs were available in large amounts and superb quality – found its way into numerous collections all over the world. One of the consequences is that this photography has come… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Guido Guidi

Veramente

Veramente

14 Jun – 7 Sep 2014
Guido Guidi (born in 1941, in Cesena, north-eastern Italy) had originally wanted to be an architect or a painter, but during his studies at the University of Venice he began to develop an interest in photography. By the mid-1960s he had devoted himself entirely to photography. Guidi directs his camera towards urban architecture, industrial landscapes, and periurban environments in an entirely original way. His approach is poetic and attentive, and could also be said to be descriptive in nature. … more

Huis MarseilleNL

Taco Anema

In Conference

In Conference

Portraits of Dutch Administrative Boards

14 Jun – 7 Sep 2014
The exhibition Dutch Committees [Nederlandse Besturen] is about a peculiarly Dutch phenomenon: there is a core population that develops initiatives in sectors of society in which government and business are either inactive or ineffective. To get things done in this country, the Dutch surround themselves with like-minded people, go to a notary, and start an association or a foundation. They do this work voluntarily, they do it unpaid, and they are utterly confident that they will succeed. And the… more

Huis MarseilleNL

& Martin Roemers / Frans Beerens / Marrigje de Maar

& Martin Roemers / Frans Beerens / Marrigje de Maar

14 Jun – 7 Sep 2014
Martin RoemersMetropolis (preview)Martin Roemers (1962): ‘Years ago, when I was in Mumbai, I was struck by just how chaotic and crowded it is. I was wondering about how you could encapsulate all this energy, chaos, and hustle and bustle in a single photograph. So I spent the whole day in a building in a particularly hectic part of the Muslim quarter and took the same shot over and over again. For me, it was an experiment about how to capture these streets. I was carefully looking at who or… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Apartheid & After

Apartheid & After

15 Mar – 8 Jun 2014

The exhibition Apartheid & After reveals how powerfully the recent past can colour our perception of the present; this theme runs through the work of all twelve participating photographers after 1990. However powerful the individual images may be, this is photography with a hidden agenda – in a positive sense of the word. Knowledge of the past brings the present into sharp focus, and vice versa. It’s a tightrope act. Being a photographer in South Africa demands a sober, articula… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Rob Hornstra

Golden Years / Rob Hornstra's Russia

Golden Years / Rob Hornstra's Russia

The Sochi Project

14 Dec 2013 – 9 Mar 2014
A first overview of the work of Rob HornstraThe Sochi Project – which photographer Rob Hornstra, together with writer and film-maker Arnold van Bruggen, has worked on for the last five years – has been described as ‘slow photojournalism with crowdfunding’. The project documents the area near the Black Sea in Russia where the Winter Olympics will be held in 2014. The artists’ goal is to show how the region around Sochi in the Caucasus, a turbulent area with an unruly… more

Huis MarseilleNL

& Olga Chernysheva / Oleg Klimov / Sarkis / Willie Doherty

& Olga Chernysheva  / Oleg Klimov / Sarkis / Willie Doherty

14 Dec 2013 – 9 Mar 2014
In the wake of an eventful Netherlands-Russia year, from 14 December 2013 Huis Marseille will be devoting several of its exhibition galleries to a photographic examination of the intrinsically Russian soul. This soul is to be found, for instance, along the banks of the great Russian rivers – such as the Volga, the Neva and the Oka – where the country’s development was closely linked to trade and fishing. The Russian photographer Oleg Klimov depicts Russia’s relationship w… more

Huis MarseilleNL

The rediscovery of the world

The rediscovery of the world

Large inaugural exhibition in a double-sized Huis

7 Sep – 8 Dec 2013


From 7 September 2013 Huis Marseille will be made up of not one, but two adjacent canalside merchant’s houses linked together by three passageways on different floors. From that day on it will be possible to stroll through no fewer than fourteen galleries, including a most remarkable (scarlet!) period room: one of the very few Louis XIV-style reception rooms to have remained in such original condition in Amsterdam. After a year-long building project led by LEVS Architecten, the moment ha… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Walker Evans

Decade by Decade

Decade by Decade

22 Jun – 1 Sep 2013
A retrospective of one of the giants of 20th century photography
An oeuvre exhibited in more detail than ever before
Curated from the Clark and Joan Worswick collection by James Crump for the Cincinnati Art Museum, Ohio
Presented at Huis Marseille in cooperation with Die Photographische Sammlung / SK Stiftung Kultur Köln

Walker Evans / Decade by Decade
The exhibition Walker Evans / Decade by Decade presents an outstanding retrospective of the entire oeuvre of the American photographer Wal… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Power / Prix Pictet

Power / Prix Pictet

22 Mar – 16 Jun 2013
Shortlist
Robert Adams (United States), Daniel Beltrà (Spain/United States), Mohamed Bourouïssa (Algeria/France), Philippe Chancel (France), Edmund Clark (United Kingdom), Carl De Keyzer (Belgium), Luc Delahaye (Winner, France), Rena Effendi (Azerbaijan), Jacqueline Hassink (The Netherlands), An-My Lê (United States/Vietnam), Joel Sternfeld (United States) and Guy Tillim (South Africa).

The Prix Pictet was launched in 2008 as a prize for photography and sustainability. Created… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Viviane Sassen

In and out of fashion

In and out of fashion

15 Dec 2012 – 17 Mar 2013
Viviane Sassen / In and out of fashion
15 December 2012 - 17 March 2013The first extensive overview of 17 years’ fashion photography by Viviane Sassen
Fashion photography that goes far beyond the confines of the genre
A modernist research into form that has yielded a surreal beauty and an innovative vocabulary within fashion photography
In the Netherlands and abroad Viviane Sassen is known foremost as an artist, whose somewhat surreal, colourful photographs of Africa won her the Prix de Ro… more

Huis MarseilleNL

VIEWPOINT

VIEWPOINT

A closer look at showing

14 Sep – 2 Dec 2012
VIEWPOINT / A closer look at showingSeptember 14, 2012 / December 9, 2012The Viewpoint exhibition walks lines that cross between photography and other visual arts, between the museum's own photographic collection and the collections of others, between contemporary art and echoes of the past. Viewpoint underlines the emotion that looking at an artwork can bring about, and in doing so it takes a clear position on the processes of collecting and exhibiting.Viewpoint is about looking and being … more

Huis MarseilleNL

Chino Otsuka

A World of Memories

A World of Memories

9 Jun – 9 Sep 2012
Chino Otsuka - A World of Memories9 June - 9 September 2012• First ever large retrospective of Chino Otsuka’s work• Photography as ‘lieu de memoire’The self-portrait genre is gaining ground in contemporary photography, and today’s globalised world seems to be giving rise to a new and urgent desire for a personal identity. For the Japanese-born, London-resident photographer Chino Otsuka, the quest for identity is the central theme in a notably autobiographical oe… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Guy Tillim

Second Nature

Second Nature

2 Mar – 3 Jun 2012
Guy Tillim/Second Nature2 March - 3 June 2012Intriguing new work from one of South Africa’s most celebrated photographers Photographic images that challenge our perception of landscape 
‘Art that is both beautiful and thoughtful… Guy Tillim achieves both’ – Mail and Guardian OnlineThe photographs that Guy Tillim made last year in French Polynesia and São Paulo bring these locations into sharp focus but are devoid of specific emphasis. The weather con… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Naoya Hatakeyama

Natural Stories

Natural Stories

16 Dec 2011 – 26 Feb 2012
In 2001 the Japanese photographer Naoya Hatakeyama presented Blasts, a series of photographs of explosions in an open-cast limestone mine, in Huis Marseille. This exhibition made a strong impact, not least because the photographer succeeded perfectly in combining harmonious photographic compositions with the violently destructive power of dynamite. Since then, beautifully aesthetic images of the terrible powers we routinely deploy to shape nature to our will have become Hatakeyama’s tradem… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Siebe Swart

Land of Air and Water

Land of Air and Water

17 Dec 2011 – 26 Feb 2012
Siebe Swart / Land of Air and WaterAerial photographs of Dutch waterworksAfter his Panorama Nederland project was published in 2007, Siebe Swart turned his attention to Dutch waterworks. As always, he chose the most appropriate photographic technique for this purpose. For the last few years he has photographed the Netherlands’ struggles with rising water from a helicopter. He has documented the reinforcement and streamlining of the country’s rivers, the ongoing development of the hug… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Scarlett Hooft Graafland

Soft Horizons

Soft Horizons

10 Sep – 20 Nov 2011
Scarlett Hooft Graafland / Soft Horizons 10 September - 20 November 2011 PERFORMANCES, INSTALLATIONS AND A CAMERAInstallations as playful as they are succinctSurreal images with intriguing messagesMiraculous combinations of intention and accidentScarlett Hooft Graafland is drawn to extraordinary and majestic landscapes. To the vast salt fields of Bolivia, for instance, gleaming an iridescent white under a baking sun, whose harddried edges are broken like a natural crackleglaze. Or sweeping Arct… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Adam Fuss

A Survey of his Work

A Survey of his Work

11 Jun – 4 Sep 2011
Adam Fuss A Survey of his Work: 1986/2010DistanceWhat immediately stands out with the work of Adam Fuss is that, both in terms of the chosen subject matter and in his approach to the photographic technique, he has greatly dissociated himself from conventional photography. That which Fuss produces is, in fact, still a photograph; but in order to achieve that, he did rid himself of all the finer luxuries available to users of the medium nowadays. Like a present-day alchemist, Fuss has mastered the… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Marrigje de Maar

Red Roses, Yellow Rain

Red Roses, Yellow Rain

5 Mar – 29 May 2011
Marrigje de Maar - Red Roses, Yellow Rain Existential Theme Marrigje de Maar photographs the ephemeral world of the home, of being rooted. As she sees it, the essence of this universal human value is mainly to be found inside a house. Within its walls this could be anything from the space around the hearth, a living room, a kitchen or the area where people sleep. De Maar seeks those striking and magical places where families have come together for generations—where life has 'worn itse… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Bert Teunissen

Travelog

Travelog

5 Mar – 29 May 2011
BERT TEUNISSEN - TRAVELOGIn 2006/2007 Bert Teunissen exhibited in Huis Marseille for the first time with roughly sixty photographs from his Domestic Landscape archive, which then consisted of 250 images. Now this archive is about fifteen years old and comprises visual material from nearly every country in Europe. It is a personal archive, based on Teunissen's passion for peasant life and especially for the way in which daylight sets its tone. His specific focus is the semi- darkness in thes… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Digital? Analogue!

Digital? Analogue!

the character and work of master printer Peter Svenson of Aap-Lab

27 Nov 2010 – 27 Feb 2011
Huis Marseille pays tribute to analog photography by dedicating an exhibition to the character and work of master printer Peter Svenson of Aap-Lab. For more than thirty years, Svenson has been a mainstay to famous photographers as well as some who have just begun their careers. In his hands their photographs become more than nice pictures: they become works of art. Over the past ten years, most amateurs and professional photographers have given up the roll of film and switched to megapixels. Nev… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Dayanita Singh

Solo Exhibition

4 Sep – 21 Nov 2010
This fall Huis Marseille will be holding a retrospective exhibition of work by the Indian photographer Dayanita Singh (New Delhi, 1961). In 2008 she received an award from the Prince Claus Fund for her discerning view of life in India and for bringing new aesthetics to Indian photography. Singh is internationally recognized for the highly expressive and poetic quality of her photographs, whose incidence of light and visual construction are so meticulously composed that they result in a comment o… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Summer Loves

Summer Loves

5 Jun – 29 Aug 2010
Summer Loves
June 5 - August 29, 2010

This exhibition is based on the idea of 'infatuations' that can affect both photographers and exhibition curators. People often suppose that museums make choices as objectively as possible, but actually this is far from from the truth. Just as an artist may feel physically and emotionally attracted to a particular subject, the collector or curator might also have a ‘crush’ on a certain work. The term ‘the infatuated camera’… more

Huis MarseilleNL

First Light: Photography & Astronomy

First Light: Photography & Astronomy

7 Mar – 30 May 2010
First Light: Astronomy & Photography

The exhibition will be opened on Saturday 6 March 2010 (from 5 to 7 pm) by Prof. Dr. Huib Henrichs, professor of astronomy at the VU University Amsterdam and the Astronomical Institute Anton Pannekoek, University of Amsterdam.

The exhibition First Light will be Huis Marseille's first large presentation on the relationship between photography and astronomy. Unusual historical photographs are to be combined with the most spectacular images from famous space … more

Huis MarseilleNL

Edward Burtynsky

OIL

OIL

28 Nov 2009 – 28 Feb 2010
Burtynsky / OIL
28 November 2009 - 28 February 2010

With his exhibition and publication on oil, Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky
has produced a masterpiece. On the basis of monumental and highly detailed color photographs about oil, its extraction and consumption, which Burtynsky has been making since 1997, he reveals the connection between our use of oil and the effect this has on the landscape. Within this context the relationship between the culture of oil consumption and the immense … more

Huis MarseilleNL

Fazal Sheikh

Solo Exhibition

5 Sep – 22 Nov 2009
This fall Huis Marseille will be presenting, for the first time, a large retrospective on the work of American photographer Fazal Sheikh (New York, 1965). Sheikh is no stranger to the Netherlands. In his previous exhibitions held at the Nederlands Fotomuseum (1997, 2001) and during the photograhy festival Noorderlicht (1997), he showed his impressive portraits of homeless people and refugees in African and Asia. These exhibitions were the start of a substantial career. In monumental and tranquil… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Rob Nypels

Only Gaze a While Longer

Only Gaze a While Longer

Poetic wilderness in the photographs of Rob Nypels

30 May – 30 Aug 2009
For several years now, photographer Rob Nypels has been living and working in the Auvergne, located in France's Massif Central. In these carefully chosen surroundings, his vision of landscape as a primarily personal domain arrived at the form and expression that he sought. His nature photographs of the Central Massif are images of intense beauty.
They comprise not only reflections on the unusual quality of this landscape, but also on the state of affairs with respect to landscape photography. T… more

Huis MarseilleNL

In the Full Light of Day

In the Full Light of Day

Unique daguerreotypes of and by the Enschedé family

7 Mar – 24 May 2009
"In the Full Light of Day"

Unique daguerreotypes of and by the Enschedé family
Including the very first photograph in the Netherlands

This spring Huis Marseille will proudly present a selection of roughly seventy daguerreotypes, photographic portraits of the distinguished Haarlem family of printers, the Enschedés. It is the first time that these portraits will be on view to the public.
The daguerreotypes date from the period 1839 to 1856. Among the exhibited photographs is also the very firs… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Taco Anema

Dutch Households

Dutch Households

7 Mar – 24 May 2009
Two new exhibitions dealing with the theme of family in photography will open at Huis Marseille this spring. Along with the unusual and extensive collection of daguerreotypes from the Enschedé family, which includes the oldest known photograph in the Netherlands, contemporary family portraits by the Amsterdam photographer Taco Anema will also be on display. A new portrait of the Enschedé family has been done by him as well. With his series Hollandse Huishoudens (Dutch Households) Anema shows j… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Water

Water

as observed by Burkhard, Hatakeyama, Horn, Kajii, Narahashi

29 Nov 2008 – 1 Mar 2009
Water in Photography

November 29, 2008 - March 1, 2009

This winter Huis Marseille's program will revolve around the theme of water. As a counterpart and supplement to the exhibition Document Nederland: Rising Waters, Marnix Goossens photographs Dutch ways to stay dry, Huis Marseille has produced two other presentations under the common title Water in Photography. A small retrospective of water-related photography from the past has been compiled with photographs from the Rijksmuseum's rich coll… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Marnix Goossens

Document Nederland: Rising Waters

Document Nederland: Rising Waters

The Rijksmuseum at Huis Marseille

29 Nov 2008 – 1 Mar 2009
Water in Photography

November 29, 2008 - March 1, 2009

This winter Huis Marseille's program will revolve around the theme of water. As a counterpart and supplement to the exhibition Document Nederland: Rising Waters, Marnix Goossens photographs Dutch ways to stay dry, Huis Marseille has produced two other presentations under the common title Water in Photography. A small retrospective of water-related photography from the past has been compiled with photographs from the Rijksmuseum's rich coll… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Cy Twombly

Photographs 1951-2007

Photographs 1951-2007

6 Sep – 23 Nov 2008
Cy Twombly - Photographs 1951-2007

This fall Huis Marseille will be showing photographic work by the renowned American artist Cy Twombly. In celebration of his 80th birthday, this éminence grise of painting will be honored with various exhibitions, including a large retrospective at the Tate Modern in London.

Twombly was influenced by American abstract expressionism, in combination with the écriture automatique of European surrealism. Practically no one knows that he has been producing polar… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Hans Scholten

Urban Future

Urban Future

31 May – 31 Aug 2008
Hans Scholten photographs cityscapes in teeming metropolises like Shanghai, Beijing, X'ian, Beirut, Damascus, Aleppo and Tehran. He doesn't aim his camera at the unique and typical old centres but rather at the mushrooming new neighbourhoods. In these areas, any form of regulated urban planning is non-existent and chaos is rife because the lay-out of these neighbourhoods is defined by the inhabitants themselves.more

Huis MarseilleNL

Edwin Zwakman

Fake but Accurate

Fake but Accurate

1 Mar – 25 May 2008
This spring Huis Marseille will be presenting a large retrospective on the well-known Dutch artist and photographer Edwin Zwakman (1969). His most recent series of photographs will now be shown in its entirety for the first time. The exhibition also includes a selection from his sketchbooks, which play a crucial role in the development of his projects and have a powerful expressiveness of their own. In addition to this, consideration is being given to the projects that Zwakman carries out on loc… more

Huis MarseilleNL

Jacqueline Hassink

The Power Show

The Power Show

1 Dec 2007 – 24 Feb 2008
This winter Huis Marseille and the Nederlands Fotomuseum are collaborating in simultaneously presenting The Power Show by the Dutch artist Jacqueline Hassink, including her latest photographic projects which are being shown for the first time in both Amsterdam and Rotterdam. Huis Marseille is exhibiting the series Arab Domains, Haute Couture Fitting Rooms, Paris ,View, Kyoto and BMW Car Girls while the Nederlands Fotomuseum is presenting an installation of Car Girls and her famous earlier series… more