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Eclectic photography exhibition program in museum in 18th-century, canalside house with airy atrium.- Google
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4 months ago
A rabbit warren of a photography gallery with frequently changing exhibitions. There's almost always a type of photography I've never experienced before, and most of the exhibits focus on the art and emotional side of photography rather than other categories. I come here at least once a year and recommend it to any photographer or photography enthusiast that wants to expand their perceptions.
a year ago
If you survive the on-going social experiment at the chaotic front entrance which also serves as exit, gift shop and mosh pit, this is quite a nice museum. They always find interesting ways to display the artists and clearly seek out and invite only the best exhibits. I'll hold off on becoming an annual supporter until they fix the front door.
a year ago
I loved the Rwanda exhibition where a rim with six projectors displayed documentary like films without any chatter but with wonderful pink colourful landscape surrounding. Worth the money.
5 months ago
Definitely worth checking out but a decision to visit should really be made based on the artists that are being displayed at the time. Almost all of the exhibition is temporary and changes quite regularly. If it's an artist you're not interested in, there is not much else to see.
10 months ago
Amazing interior and layout. Contemporary and can be partnered with iconic galleries like London's ICA