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North Station - Dutch Photographers in Paris 1900 - 1968 The story behind the photos

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North Station - Dutch Photographers in Paris 1900 - 1968 The story behind the photos

Time: May 31, 2012 to July 29, 2012
Location: Institute Dutch
Street: 121 rue de Lille
City/Town: 75007 Paris
Website or Map: http://www.institutneerlandai…
Phone: T +33 1 53 59 12 40
Event Type: exhibition
Organized By: Institute Dutch
Latest Activity: May 31, 2012

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Paris, City of photography, has always attracted professionals worldwide. The Dutch photographers were also likely to spend part of their work in this city so rich visually. Following a success at the Museum of Photography The Hague (the Netherlands), the exhibition is to be seen to Paris. North Station meets the tests of fifty photographers, including Ed van der Elsken , Johan van der Keuken or Maria Austria and offers both their vision of the everyday lives of Parisians, as portraits of celebrities like Orson Welles, Juliette Greco, Christian Dior or even the very young Brigitte Bardot ... same two experimental films, studies of movements in Pari s (1927) byJoris Ivens and Les Halles in Paris (1939) by Paul Schuitema , will be screened as part of the exposure. In collaboration with the Fotomuseum Den Haag, with support from Thalys.

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