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Photographs by J Henry Fair

J Henry Fair: "My work is a response to my vision of society. I see our culture as being addicted to petroleum and the unsustainable consumption of other natural resources, which seems to portend a future of scarcity. My vision is of a different possibility, arrived at through careful husbandry of resources and adjustment of our desires and consumption patterns toward a future of health and plenty. To gear our civilization toward sustainability does not necessitate sacrifice today, as many naysayers would argue, but simply adjustment. There are many societies existing at... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 3/29/11
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Leigh Bowery and Others

"Leigh Bowery  & other 'Butterflies” shows a summary of the work of British photographer Fergus Greer. It is the first time his pictures are shown at an exhibition in The Netherlands. The famous and colorful series of photographs of Leigh Bowery shows why the extravagant performance artist was a great inspiration for the fashion and art world. As a contrast Fergus Greer shows his latest series of photographs, 'Butterflies' and a selection of striking portraits of celebrities like Ray Charles, Damien Hirst and Yves Saint Laurent. The exhibition is from September 25 to November... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 10/11/10
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Photography

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 Labe... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 8/23/10