POSTPONED: Streetlife

Due to the ramped-up measures to combat spreading of the coronavirus this event has been postponed. For up-to-date information on events, please check the organizer’s website.

The photography museum shows colorful work by the American photographer Jamel Shabazz and black and white portraits by the Dutch photographer Hans Rietveld. The street photography mostly shows the 60s, 70s and 80s. A new photo book by Shabazz will be launched during the exhibition.

Jamel Shabazz enjoys international fame as a documentary, fashion, street and portrait photographer. He has been photographing the vibrant street life in New York since the 1980s. In addition to musicians, he has also portrayed everyday lifeon the street and in the subway. Around fifty photos can be seen in the monumental museum. The exhibition ‘Streetlife’ focusses o…

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Due to the ramped-up measures to combat spreading of the coronavirus this event has been postponed. For up-to-date information on events, please check the organizer’s website.

The photography museum shows colorful work by the American photographer Jamel Shabazz and black and white portraits by the Dutch photographer Hans Rietveld. The street photography mostly shows the 60s, 70s and 80s. A new photo book by Shabazz will be launched during the exhibition.

Jamel Shabazz enjoys international fame as a documentary, fashion, street and portrait photographer. He has been photographing the vibrant street life in New York since the 1980s. In addition to musicians, he has also portrayed everyday lifeon the street and in the subway. Around fifty photos can be seen in the monumental museum. The exhibition ‘Streetlife’ focusses on this photography from the 1980s. Visitors can play music matching with the era on record players themselves. The guest curator of the exhibition is the German gallery owner Bene Taschen. 

25 black-and-white photos by Hans Rietveld are presented in the exhibition. He captured street life with his camera; in his beloved city of Maastricht, Paris or wherever he was. Rietveld always photographed people in seemingly normal circumstances. The nostalgic images are mainly from the period 1965-1975. 

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When

  • every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday until August 30th, 2020from 10:00 to 17:30

Prices

  • Adults€11.50
  • Students€4.50
  • Children€4.50
  • MJK (Museumjaarkaart)€1.50
  • ChildrenFree
  • Payment options: PIN, Credit card

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