Let’s visit “Lust for life | Ed van der Elsken in colour” in het Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam (https://www.nederlandsfotomuseum.nl/en/exhibition/lust-for-life-ed-van-der-elsken-in-colour/).
Ed van der Elsken (1925-1990) – the enfant terrible of Dutch photography – was a talented photographer and filmmaker who expressed his meetings with people in photos, photo books and films for more than 40 years. Strolling through cities such as Paris, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Amsterdam or travelling through Africa and Japan, he preferably took photographs of striking individuals with character.
The Nederlands Fotomuseum, the national museum of photography in the Netherlands, has re-stored the colour work of photographer Ed van der Elsken from destruction. This summer, the museum celebrates with Lust for Life: the first retrospective of his colour work. With the greatest icons and work never shown before.
Time schedule (approx.)
11.00 hrs. We’ll meet at the entrance of the museum
11.15 hrs. We’ll start the visit of the exhibition
13.00 hrs. Official end of visit.
For those who like we can go for coffee/tea or lunch.
The website of the museum recommends reserving your tickets in advance for the exhibition. With an e-ticket, you can skip the line and directly access the exhibition.
More information about admission/tickets here: https://www.nederlandsfotomuseum.nl/en/admission/
When buying an e-ticket, choose 11.00 hrs. as time.
IMPORTANT: Dont’ forget to bring your Museum Card (Museumkaart), if you have one. You need it for free entrance.