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Label - No Label (Amsterdam Gay Pride 2010)

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Aaron, 2010 C-print (lambda) on Dibond 50x70 Cm © Hans Withoos
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Roman Man, 2007 C-print (lambda) on Dibond 75 X 60 Cm & 120 X 96 Cm © Mirjam Brinkhof
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Nuca #1, 2007 Fine Art Giclée Print , Hahnemühle Photo Rag Baryta 315 Gr 100% Cottom Paper 40 X 40 Cm (print) 43 X 43 Cm (paper) © José Manuel Alorda
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The Kiss, 1993 Gelatin Silver Print 60 X 40 Cm © Gon Buurman
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Untitled from Bedroom Diaries, 2009 Gelatin Silver Print 70 X 90 Cm
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Neil Barrett a/w '10-'11 - Max, 2010 Fine Art Giclee Print on 100% Cotton, on Dibond 50 X 50 Cm © Rohn Meijer
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Fist, 2007 C-print (lambda) on Dibond 120 X 100 Cm © Aernout Overbeeke
Label - No Label (Amsterdam Gay Pride 2010)

Eerste Bloemdwarsstraat 2 links
1016 KS Amsterdam
Netherlands
August 4th, 2010 - August 28th, 2010
Opening: August 5th, 2010 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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http://www.eduardplanting.com
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Jordaan
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+31 20 320 67 05
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Wed - Sat: 1-6 PM
TAGS:  
gaypride photography figurative, gay realism modern

DESCRIPTION

This year our special exhibition during (and after) Amsterdam Gay Pride refers to the habit of putting labels on groups of people. Sometimes it’s easy, sometimes it’s insulting and sometimes ... it has developed to a label that’s proudly used. Hence the first part of the title - ‘Label’.

Take a look at the ‘Bears’ series by the Spanish photographer José Manuel Alorda, the ‘Angel Boys’ by Rohn Meijer, and the intimate portraits of gays, lesbians and transgenders in Turkey by Diana Blok (‘See through us’).

But you can’t put a label on everybody and everyone. So that’s where ‘No Label’ comes in. Just beautiful portraits of beautiful men and women.

For the first time a part of Hans Withoos’ new series ‘The Apocalypse’ will be shown, next to intuiging work by Aernout Overbeeke, and Mirjam Brinkhof. Gon Buurman will show some of her great classics and Sabrina van den Heuvel will lead you to her ‘Bedroom Diaries’ ...