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15 September 2012 - 6 January 2013
American photographer Lewis Hine (1874-1940) took world-famous photos of the construction of the Empire State Building and the immigrants on Ellis Island. Hine was a passionate photographer who wanted his photos to help improve people’s lives. His photos of immigrants on Ellis Island, child labour and workers carrying out their work on the Empire State Building, have become some of the key photographic icons of the 20th century.
With thanks to Terra Foundation for American Art
The Nederlands Fotomuseum showcases photography in the broadest sense of the word, from an artistic form of expression through to a medium of social commentary. The museum has nearly four million negatives, as well as an expert photo restoration studio.
Things to doIABR 2014 - Urban by Nature / IABR
Places to goHet Nieuwe Instituut
Things to doThe Collection Enriched / Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
Places to goCentrum Beeldende Kunst Rotterdam
Places to goKunsthal Rotterdam
Things to doCarleton E. Watkins – Mammoth photographs of California / Nederlands Fotomuseum