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Haute Photographie 2017

Haute Photographie 2017

Over 50 international artists, more than 250 artworks

Ramazan Barlas » Koto Bolofo » Antoine d'Agata » Bas de Jager » Paul den Hollander » Linelle Deunk » Tiane Doan na Champassak » Martin Essl » Casper Faassen » Louis Faurer » Gerard Petrus Fieret » Martine Franck » Pieter Henket » Jeroen Hofman » Laura Hospes » Rogier Houwen » Iris Hutegger » Inka Lindergard & Niclas Holmström » Hideyuki Ishibasi » Jaap van Sinke & Ferry Van Tongeren » Laura Kampman » Ata Kandó » William Klein » Barry Kornbluh » Arnold Newman » Frank Ockenfels 3 » Ruth Orkin » Gordon Parks » Sanne Sannes » Schilte & Portielje » Ken Schles » Noé Sendas » Takeshi Shikama » Aaron Siskind » Dennis Stock » Christer Strömholm » Hiroshi Sugimoto » Rutger ten Broeke » Jeroen Toirkens » Carla van de Puttelaar » Stephan Vanfleteren » Katrien Vermeire » Lorenzo Vitturi » Ester Vonplon » Albert Watson » Bastiaan Woudt » Aisha Zeijpveld »

Fair: 8 Feb – 12 Feb 2017

Wed 8 Feb

LP2 in Las Palmas

Wilhelminakade 326

Haute Photographie Fair

LP2 in Las Palmas

+31 20-846 0770


Haute Photographie 2017
Stephan Vanfleteren, Sean from the series Angels of the Sea, 2016 © Stephan Vanfleteren, Courtesy Kahmann Gallery

Haute Photographie
Over 50 international artists, more than 250 artworks
8 - 12 February 2017
VIP Preview: Wed 8 February, 11.00-18.00
Opening: Wed 8 February, 18.00-23.00
Thu and Fri: 9 and 10 February: 12.00-19.00
Sat 11 February: 11.00-22.00
Sun 12 February: 11.00-18.00
LP2 in Las Palmas, Wilhelminakade 326, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

The first edition of Haute Photographie will open next month at Rotterdam’s LP2 in Las Palmas. Haute Photographie, a photography fair with a concept unlike any other, takes a museum- quality group exhibition as its starting point, bringing together a select group of international galleries. Participating in the 2017 edition of Haute Photographie are Esther Woerdehoff (Paris), Grundemark/Nilsson (Stockholm/Berlin), Howard Greenberg Gallery (New York), Ibasho Gallery (Antwerp) and Kahmann Gallery (Amsterdam).

The exhibition will present a wide range of genres within photography, with works by an extensive list of international artists. As part of the list of the over 50 featured artists exhibiting a total of more than 250 artworks are renowned names such as Hiroshi Sugimoto, Antoine d’Agata, William Klein and Albert Watson. Next to established artists, the younger generation of photographers is well represented in the exhibition – among them Inka and Niclas, Martin Essl, Hideyuki Ishibashi and Ester Vonplon.
Next to the main exhibition, Haute Photographie will tie together the past and the contemporay with two dedicated exhibitions: one featuring rare vintage pieces by artists such as Leonard Freed, Ruth Orkin, Sanne Sannes and Christer Strömholm, the other presenting young Dutch photography talents, including Ramazan Barlas and Aisha Zeijpveld.

Numerous premiering artists and images

Haute Photographie will see contributions from various artists showcasing their work for the first time in the Netherlands. Among the first-timers are the South-African photographer Koto Bolofo and the Portuguese artist Noé Sendas. In addition, numerous artists including Laura Hospes, Bastiaan Woudt and Schilte & Portielje will have premiering photographs at the fair.
Further highlights at the fair will be Albert Watson’s Golden Boy, New York City, one of the legendary image-maker’s most memorable pieces, and Ruth Orkin’s American Girl in Florence, often regarded as one of the most iconic photographs from the 50s.

A fascinating educational program with Nederlands Fotomuseum
In collaboration with Nederlands Fotomuseum, Haute Photographie offers an educational program ranging from guided tours of both the museum’s exhibitions and the fair, artist talks and introductions to collecting and preserving photography. Among the program highlights are a talk by artist Jeroen Toirkens and journalist Jelle Brandt Corstius about their on-going artistic project Borealis, and a look behind the scenes of Nederlands Fotomuseum with Head of Collections Martijn van den Broek.

Haute Photographie 2017
Golden Boy, New York City, 1990 © Albert Watson

Haute Photographie is an international photography fair with a refreshing take on the fair format. Initiated by Roy Kahmann, director of Kahmann Gallery, publisher of GUP Magazine and a long-term advocate of photography in the Netherlands, Haute will be officially launched as part of Art Rotterdam Week in February 2017. The fair takes a carefully curated exhibition as its starting point, which provides a fascinating look at photography as a fine art medium. Accompanied by a focus exhibition on young Dutch photography talent, a talks program in association with Nederlands Fotomuseum, a book market in collaboration with GUP Magazine and more, Haute will be a must visit during Art Rotterdam Week, one of the key events in contemporary art in the Netherlands.
For press inquiries, please contact: Eveliina Petäjäaho press@haute-photographie.com +31644524085

New Dutch Photography Talent:
Alongside Haute's main exhibition, a focus exhibition will showcase works by 3 young talents based in the Netherlands. The exhibited artists have been selected from the 2017 edition of the publication New Dutch Photography Talent, published by x publishers.

For the full program, please visit haute-photographie.com/program.

Haute Photographie is proud to collaborate with het Nederlands Fotomuseum, LP2 in Las Palmas, Maitre Frederique, Ron Gastrobar, Art Producties, NHOW Hotels, New Dawn and GUP Magazine.

Haute Photographie 2017
Great 'David Bowie' © Frank Ockenfels