Peter Lindbergh - A Different Vision on Fashion Photography
Peter Lindbergh is today regarded as one of the most influential fashion photographers of the past forty years. Lindbergh’s pure black-and-white photographs have determined the course of fashion photography since the 1980s.
Opening September 10th, the first exhibition in the Netherlands devoted to German photographer Peter Lindbergh, which is initiated, produced and toured by Kunsthal Rotterdam will feature more than 220 photographs. This spectacular overview of Lindbergh’s extensive oeuvre will also present exclusive material varying from previously unseen material from personal notes, storyboards, props, polaroids, contact sheets and films to monumental prints, in a large-scale retrospective of the photographer’s work. Lindbergh’s pure black-and-white photographs have determined the course of fashion photography since the early 1980s.
Kunsthal Rotterdam is housed in a striking building designed by Rotterdam s OMA/Rem Koolhaas architectural practice and was opened in 1992. Since then, the Kunsthal has put culture in the widest sense of the word on show, from elitist to popular.
In the Netherlands and Belgium, pigeon racing is in decline and pigeon fanciers are an ageing community. In the United Kingdom the sport is still practiced enthusiastically and in Asia it is positively booming. The English photographer Zak Waters followed several clubs of enthusiastic participants and aficionados, also known as ‘colombophiles’.
The exhibition ‘Cat Love. Nine lives in art’ is a family exhibition focusing on man's attraction to cats. For ages, our favourite hairy muse with its thick coat of fur, long whiskers and rebellious behaviour has been a source of inspiration for artists.