Postmodernists don't want to impose ideals on society. They do not resist the chaos, but they embrace the disorder of society. Photography is no longer seen as a way of documenting reality but as a genuine art medium. All past expressions of art are mixed and blended in new digital montage techniques. The exhibition "Postmodern Photomontages" presents unorthodox photographs by eleven contemporary art photographers.
It's spring, and we all want to feel positive in life again. Even though it is still a difficult period during the pandemic, we can enjoy this season that brings new energy. Spring stands for new beginnings and new life. The exhibition "Expressive Floral" presents forty-nine photographers who explore abundant colours and abstract shapes that flowers bring to us. Enjoy our online exhibition with artistic images of the most expressive flowers.
With a portrait, the photographer reveals his personal past, view of the world or deepest emotions. This exhibition shows Narrative Portraits of creative photographers from all around the world.
In the exhibition “Empty Streets”, 25 photographers investigate the empty streets of their cities and towns.
The looming shadow during the dark winter days unveils deeper emotions that become visible in the work of many artists. In this disruptive period of the pandemic with its invisible threat, we are even more isolated from others than average winters, which gives more space and time to ponder about life. In our exhibition "Inner World", no less than 70 photographers show in an imaginative way how they are engaged in self-reflection during the winter.
In this exhibition Dada and Democracy, we present the work of photographers who question the social and political situation of the world in our time.
In hectic times, nature always has a positive effect on the human mind. Nature brings reflection and tranquillity. After experiencing nature, we can look at life from a different perspective. In our Japanese Garden exhibition, art photographers show the natural world with their sense of serenity.
In our online exhibition New Visions, we showcase freshly graduated photographers, photography students and emerging autodidacts. Their new visions reveal their critical and abstract views of the world.
There is an analogue renaissance going on. Many millennials who grew up with computers in the digital world are drawn to classical development techniques. They want to capture the world around them more consciously and experience how it was in the analogue era. This exhibition features work by 21 photographers who approach analogue photography in original ways.
Since awareness of the pollution of the environment has arisen, a movement has emerged that practices a critical look at invisible pollution by humans. This exhibition shows work by seven photographers who are aware of human traces on the natural environment.
In this exhibition, Human Beings, not Human Skins four photographers Hélène Guétary (Paris, France), Jose Ignacio Hernández (San Sebastián, Spain), Mona Singh (Gurgaon, India), and Ingeborg Everaerd (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) show their artistic and personal vision of nowadays discrimination.
How will the world look like after the lockdown? In this exhibition "New World", these photographers show their vision with their creative work on what the world will look like after the corona crisis.
Our online exhibition Creative Quarantine shows the work of thirteen photographers from all around the world. They all show their personal impressions about these confusing times.