Haute Photographie at Art Rotterdam Week | 8-12 February 2017

Haute Photographie at Art Rotterdam Week | 8-12 February 2017

http://www.haute-photographie.com/

Haute Photographie is a new photography fair with a concept unlike any other. Haute is centred around a group exhibition, featuring works by the grand masters from the history of photography, to the youngest and most exciting talents working with the medium today. This collection brings together a select group of international galleries. Strengthened by a fascinating educational programme, created in collaboration with Nederlands Fotomuseum, and a high-quality book market, realised together with GUP Magazine, visitors can explore and enjoy the many facets of fine art photography at the 5-day event. Haute Photographie will be a meeting place for artists, curators, collectors – both young and experienced – and anyone with a genuine love for photography.
The first edition will see contributions from the following galleries, bringing together works from nearly 50 international artists:

Esther Woerdehoff (Paris)
Grundemark/Nilsson (Stockholm/Berlin)
Howard Greenberg Gallery (New York)
Ibasho (Antwerpen)
Kahmann Gallery (Amsterdam)

Young Talent and more

Alongside Haute’s main exhibition, a focus exhibition will showcase works by three young talents based in the Netherlands. The exhibited artists will be selected from the 2017 edition of the publication New Dutch Photography Talent, published by x publishers. Haute Photographie will take over LP2 in Las Palmas at Rotterdam’s Kop van Zuid district, where it will share its entrance with Nederlands Fotomuseum. Haute and the leading national museum for photography will collaborate closely in order to create a true photography hub at Kop van Zuid during the annual Rotterdam Art Week.

Together with its partners, Haute Photographie will offer a diverse programme for its visitors. The programme will include lectures, tours and workshops, all to deepen the knowledge of the visitors about the world of fine art photography. The programme details will be published in early 2017.

A fascinating educational program with Nederlands Fotomuseum
In collaboration with Nederlands Fotomuseum, Haute Photographie offers an educational program ranging from guided tours of both the museum’s exhibitions and the fair, artist talks and introductions to collecting and preserving photography. Among the program highlights are a talk by artist Jeroen Toirkens and journalist Jelle Brandt Corstius about their on-going artistic project Borealis, and a look behind the scenes of Nederlands Fotomuseum with Head of Collections Martijn van den Broek.

Haute Photographie
8 – 12 February 2017
LP2 in Las Palmas, Rotterdam

VIP Preview (invitation only) : 8 February: 11.00-18.00
Opening: 8 February: 18.00-23.00
9 and 10 February: 12.00-19.00
11 February: 11.00-22.00
12 February: 11.00-18.00

Tickets: 10 euros / free entry under 12 y/o
http://www.haute-photographie.com/

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