Chassépark transformed into a vast outdoor museum
Chassépark is a unique location in
A selection from the programme
More than twenty photographers are exhibiting in the Chassépark. One of them is Frenchman Denis Darzacq. His series entitled ‘Hyper’ focuses on young people. Suspended in mid-air, they give their own interpretation of the concept of ‘TILT’.
Chris Jordan’s series ‘Intolerable Beauty' was inspired by the waste that our affluent society produces. His photographs feature piles of computer components and crushed cars.
‘Duiventil(t)’ by Joren de Weerdt depicts “pigeon fanciers” and pigeon racers. As interest in the hobby is declining, they are a dying breed.
Images of the disastrous consequences of Hurricane Katrina in
A world behind glass
Michael Wolf, an American photographer, took photos of high-rise flats and offices in
For his photographic series ‘War and peace' , the Dutch photographer Peter de Krom went in search of people who have a fascination with the Second World War. He photographed them at re-enactments of important situations during that war.
The Mexican border
The wall that is supposed to stop people entering the
The Stadsgalerij on the Oude Vest is an excellent starting point for visiting the outdoor exhibitions in the Chassépark.