The Hague Central Station. Photograph made with a Iphone 13 Mini. No need for an extra point-and-shoot camera with the quality our smart phones can produce these days.
Iphone 13 Mini – Just some trees at the beginning of spring in a city called The Hague.
Poet Judith Herzberg wrote a poem about the war in Ukraine ‘Didn’t think’ “I didn’t think about my mother when I placed the stengun in the open window Nor did…
For years, Vincent Mentzel (1945) has been one of the most image-defining photographers in the Netherlands. He literally portrayed the news. One of his favourite subjects was politics in The Hague. His trips abroad are also central to these stories.
Iggy Pop, born James Newell Osterberg Jr. (Muskegon (Michigan), April 21, 1947), is an American rock and punk singer. His honorary title is The Godfather of Punk. Mr. Pop re-formed the recently broken up Stooges and put on a single show at the King’s Cross Cinema. Photo from 1972 by Alec Byrne.
Photo: Horst Faas (AP). Hovering U.S. Army helicopters pour machine gun fire into a tree line to cover the advance of South Vietnamese ground troops in an attack on a Viet Cong camp 18 miles north of Tay Ninh, near the Cambodian border, in March of 1965.
“Italians turn around”. Milan, 1954: at the center Moira Orfei, from the exhibition “Mario De Biasi. Photographs 1947-2003”, to the House of the Three Oci of Venice until 31 July (Mario De Biasi Archive/ courtesy Admira, Milan)
Nuraliza Osman (born 1977) is a Singaporean lawyer and beauty queen who represented her country at the Miss Universe 2002 pageant in Bayamón, Puerto Rico. Known affectionately as “Nura”, she is of Dutch, Chinese, Indian and Indonesian descent.
Legendary photographer Elliott Erwitt captured day-to-day life on the city streets. Elliott’s sense of humor and love of dogs clearly comes through in his photography.
Over the last five years, the Italian photographer (born 1985) Nicolò Filippo Rosso spent periods of weeks and months in La Guajira, a Colombian peninsula that is home to the indigenous Wayúu people. Border struggles, a lack of water, poverty, coal mining in the middle of a desert, being a transit point for migrants and smugglers; all give rise to the toughest of living conditions.