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Rob Nypels

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Taco Anema, Paulien Barbas, Melanie Bonajo, Rob Bosboom, Morad Bouchakour, Dik Bouwhuis, Popel Coumou, Marrigje de Maar, Govert de Roos, Rineke Dijkstra, Leo Divendal, Isabel Firvida, Alicia Framis, Miklos Gaál, Joan Gannij, Jasper Groen, Sigudur Gudmundsson, Ni Haifeng, Jacqueline Hassink, Astrid Hermes, Scarlett Hooft Graafland, Nadine Hottenrott, Annabel Howland, Emily Kocken, Dirk Kome, Eva-Fiore Kovacovsky, Dana Lixenberg, Annaleen Louwes, Thomas Manneke, Charlott Markus, Katja Mater, Hanna Mattes, Brígida Mendes, Dorothée Meyer, Antoinette Nausikäa, Adrienne Norman, Rob Nypels, Paulien Oltheten, Liza May Post, Carolin Reichert, Nono Reinhold, Lon Robbé, Public Space With a Roof, Thirza Schaap, Maurice Scheltens, Patricia Schimmel, Eddy Seesing, Han Singels, Peter Svenson, Roos Theuws, Armando Andrade Tudela, Paula van Ameijde, Daniëlle van Ark, Elsbeth Struijk van Bergen, Martijn van de Griendt, Frank van den Broeck, Eric van den Elsen, Rob van der Nol, Marc Philip van Kempen, Marijke van Warmerdam, Marianne Viero, Joyce Vlaming, Puck Willaarts, Henk Wilschut, Vincent Zedelius at Huis Marseille Museum voor Fotografie November 27th, 2010 - February 27th, 2011
Posted 11/29/10

Very rarely do we consider the chemical processes of photography when we look at photographic prints; even less frequently do we consider the printer, the person in the darkroom dodging, burning, adjusting colors and times, emerging occasionally to scrutinize a test strip or analyze an exposure. Perhaps this is because we’ve entered a digital age in which photographs are as often pixels of pigment as they are fixed silver. Or maybe it is because photography’s mimetic nature makes it easi... [more]

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Rob Nypels at Huis Marseille Museum voor Fotografie May 30th, 2009 - August 30th, 2009
Posted 6/14/09

Only gaze a while longer - new views on landscape Whether a result of climate change or not, one thing is clear: landscape photography is in full swing. The summer exhibition will include the latest series by photographer and visual artist Rob Nypels. Here, with the help of a portrait lens, he has focused mainly on the experience rather than the sheer observation of the French landscape. In this special series traditional landscape photography has given way to an abstract, emotional vision. T... [more]

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