The ‘I Love The Hague’ photo exhibition featuring work by foreign-born photographers can be seen in The Hague Public Library from 31 May to 25 June. You are cordially invited to attend the opening on Thursday, 31 May at 17.30 in the Central Library.
The photo exhibition takes a look at the city of The Hague through a different perspective - through the eyes of foreign-born photographers. It explores the impact of culture on what we find interesting and worth recording and sharing.
At the same time it celebrates the city of The Hague and the creativity it inspires, starting a tradition of honouring the cultural diversity of the city by involving photographers from different countries.
The exhibition presented an opportunity for the city’s international community to get together with Hagenaars to network, meet new people and find out more about each other’s cultures.
The professional and amateur photographers professing their love of our vibrant international city are: Michael Burianyk (Canada), Hasan Kuday (Turkey), Dave Sharman (Great Britain), Alexander Shymbarovskyi (Ukraine) and David Wilkinson (France).
The ‘I Love The Hague’ photo exhibition can be seen from 31 May to 25 June in The Hague Public Library at Spui 68.
For more information about the exhibition and the photographers, please go to www.matrixorange.nl.
Credits: TheHague.com / Photo 'RandstadRail by Dave Sharman