Haute Photographie – Las Palmas, Rotterdam – February 7-10, 2019

Haute Photographie – Las Palmas, Rotterdam – February 7-10, 2019

Haute Photographie Announces Program Details
and Premiering Artists


In just a few week’s time, Haute Photographie will open the doors of the third edition at LP2 in Las Palmas in Rotterdam. In collaboration with the Nederlands Fotomuseum, Haute Photographie will offer an extensive public program, which includes tours and talks from world-renowned photographers. Additionally, Haute Photographie invites its guests on daily guided tours delving deeper into the beautiful selection of works on show.

Premiering works
Various international artists will present global premieres of works and series at Haute Photographie. Highlights include Andreas Gefeller, represented by Atlas Gallery, as well as Christopher Anderson, represented by The Ravestijn Gallery and Petrovksy & Ramone, represented by MAG Photo. In addition to this, Haute Photographie will showcase premiering works by Jitske Schols from the series ‘Songs for Soprano’, represented by Galerie Caroline O’Breen, from Toshiya Watababe’s series ‘Somewhere not Here’, represented by Ibasho, from Nick Brandt’s series ‘New Empty World’, represented by Atlas Gallery, from Bruno V. Roels’ series ‘Fake Billboards’, represented by Gallery Fifty One, and Michael Søndergaard’s series ‘RITE’, represented by The Little Black Gallery will be premiering at Haute Photographie.

Christopher Anderson, Bleu Blanc Rouge no.3, 2011. Courtesy of The Ravestijn Gallery.

A wide range of genres
The group exhibition at Haute Photographie will include over 300 works by more than 50 photographers, which together represent a wide range of genres within the medium. Alongside the group exhibition, two focus exhibitions will offer an in-depth look at both the future and the past of photography. The Haute Talent exhibition will showcase the most intriguing photography talents based in the Netherlands: Lucas Hardonk, Merel Schoneveld, BILENBILEN, Joost Termeer, Lisette Appeldorn, and Nora Papp. The Vintage Section will present vintage artworks from the collections of the participating galleries, bringing together key names from the history of photography, including Christer Strömholm, Sanne Sannes and Werner Bischof.

Bruno V. Roels, Looking Back in Anger, 2018. Courtesy of Gallery Fifty One.

An exciting program with Nederlands Fotomuseum
In collaboration with the neighboring Nederlands Fotomuseum, Haute Photographie offers a program ranging from daily guided tours of both the museum’s exhibitions and the fair, a special scavenger hunt for children age 6 – 12 and a diverse range of presentations and panel discussions.

Program highlights include portfolio reviews for budding photographers with reviewers Mick Peet (Financial Times), Lisa Klaverstijn (Volkskrant), Birgit Donker (director Nederlands Fotomuseum), and Anaïs López (Visual Artist). Martijn van den Broek (head of collections Nederlands Fotomuseum) and Willemijn van der Zwaan (co-curator Haute Photographie) will give special tours for beginning collectors on preservation and collecting of photography. Artist talks will be held by Rein Jelle Terpstra about his exhibition in the Nederlands Fotomuseum. Additionally, Haute Photographie is proud to host a panel discussion on women in photography with renowned artists Carla van de Puttelaar, Laura Hospes, Jitske Schols, and more, moderated by Curator of Photographs at the Victoria & Albert Museum, Catherine Troiano. On Saturday and Sunday, visitors can have their portrait taken unlike any other in the Portrait Studio of Maarten Bel.


For complete program details and tickets please visit the website of Haute Photographie.
Tickets for individual workshops can be purchased here. Entry tickets to Haute Photographie can be purchased here.

Petrovsky & Ramone, Shake, 2017. Courtesy of MAG Photo.


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