What’s Next: The Future of Photography exhibition in Amsterdam

Opening this week at the Future of the Photography Museum (Foam) in Amsterdam, the What’s Next exhibition explores the future of photography and how we will view the medium in the future.

Coinciding with the renowned gallery’s tenth anniversary, the exhibition is divided in to four parts and curated by four cultural personalities; Jefferson Hack (Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of Dazed & Confused), Alison Nordstrom (Director of Photographs, George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film in Rochester), Erik Kessels (Co-founder of KesselsKramer) and Lauren Cornell (Curator of the New Museum, NY and Executive Director of the New Museums Rhizome program).  Displaying artwork by established artist as well as aspiring young photographers, the show will expand from 150 to around 400 photographs during the one month long exhibition. Photographs will be displayed on a digital screen for the duration of the exhibition, making it an interactive and constantly evolving visual experience. – Anna Jacobsen

What’s Next


Through December 7, 2011

Keizersgacht 609 1017 DS Amsterdam/ 31 (0)205516500

Photos: Courtesy of Foam and Dazed Digital

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