Lisanne Laurens. H4A.

Content.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Introduction. Basic information about the photo museum . What exhibition did I see. Figuration and content. Function, my reaction, conclusion and sources.

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Introduction.
My ne re rt for the su ject CKV is out the visit of the Photo museum in Rotterd m I h ve to write this re ort, to te wh t I h ve learned from it, and how I e erienced it e went to the e hi ition angry, it is most about the topic radicalism e saw photo s which presented us the main idea and the different forms and types of radicalism e had a tour through the museum, and a woman told us what the photo s showed us The e hibition ANGRY is a project of the Dutch Photo museum, Paradox and KosmopolisRotterdam. ith a wide variety of photo projects, video works, media reports, interviews and work of youth the youth itself, ANGRY shows that radicalization of young people from all cultures and all times ANGRY condemns and criticizes any position, but examines and questions the origins and consequences of being radical
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Basi information about the fotomuseum.
Dutch Photo Museum Wilhelmina ade 332 (Building Las Palmas) 3072 AP Rotterdam Accessibility Tram 20, 23, 25 (stop Wilhelminaplein) / Sub ay Wilhelminaplein The Dutch Photo Museum is a museum focusing on the many facets of photography. Besides a varied exhibition program of large-known names in photography, and themes of young talent, the digital collection (over 100,000 photos) view, you can relax in the lounge or the movie extensive photography library visits. For ages, the museum organizes various activities like workshops, lectures and special tours. The museum manages more than 130 papers of Dutch photographers and this was a vast panorama of 100 years Dutch (Photography) history. Photos from the collection are for sale. The museum shop offers a rich assortment of beautiful books, photographs and maps. The museum is housed in a former warehouse Las Palmas on the Wilhelmina Pier, one of the most photogenic places on the river Maas. Near the museum are many restaurants located (e.g. Hotel New York, Las Palmas Fish Restaurant and Cafe Herman den Blijker Rotterdam). Also the new Luxor Theatre and cinema/jazz venue Lantern Window, are within walking distance. The Dutch Photo Museum focuses on photography in the broadest sense. Diversity is shown in all photography, artistic expression to social media. The museum manages approximately four million negatives and this Photo Museum has the only photo restoration studio in the Netherlands. though the supply of Dutch Photo Museum ANGRY - Young and radical The Dark Room Dream City Eugene Atget - Paris - Paris International Symposium Reframing the New Topographic in Europe Museum New Topographic. Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape Nunusaku, a paradise lost Paul Oltheten: Walk on a Line ... Consultation acquisition 
 

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What exhibition did I see.
e went to the exhibition Angry. It is an exhibition about young an radicalism Since 9/11, radicalization is a hot topic and radicalism is by definition labeled as negative. But it wasborn out of idealism - not often a driving force for social change? And who is radical and who decides? Does the increased radicalism in the Netherlands, especially the image or changed? ANGRY looks to radicalization among young and looking for answers to these questions from three perspectives: artists, media and young pe ople themselves. ANGRY an exhibition of a rich-in this time of polarization is very timely subject that affects us all. e got a tour in this Photo museum and we got to see all kinds of photo s which topic was radicalism, on those pictures you could see a lot, you could replace yourself in those situations. A selection of important international artists, photographers and filmmakers reflect on aspects of contemporary radicalism. Among them, Rineke Dijkstra, illie Doherty, Joel Sternfeld and Jules Spinatsch. In a video installation are twelve radicals and ex-radicals to the floor, including Maaike Meijer (Purple September , Izz ad-Din Ruhulessin (Muslim, student political science), Isa Short (cracker), Roel van Duin (Provo, goblin movement) and Saskia Duys (Christian activist). They speak about their ideals, boundaries, purity, anger and feeling of belonging. By contrast, we see how the 'radical in the media portrayed, and how radicals in turn to use the media to influence the imaging. The young people in the exhibition to the word through various projects in group and school groups are made under the supervision of Kosmopolis Rotterdam. During the tour, we could listen to some of those important international artists, photographers and filmmakers, we could listen what their ideals, boundaries, purity, anger and feeling of belonging were. 
   

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Figuration and content.
Figuration. The building where the Photo Museum is, was not build to serve as a photo museum, first it was a warehouse called Las Palmas. The museum is quiet big, if you look at the picture on the front page of this report, you will know why I said that. The buildinghas a lot of windows, that is now so the photo s in the museumlook better. Some windows are taped because not every photo can have that much light.The exhibition we went to was Angry, it was most about radicalism, all the pictures, were presenting the topic radicalism at another way. I think that the photo s are hang up in the exhibition very clear. All the different styles and themes hang together and every wall has his own theme in the photo s. The person who arranges use light and darkness to show the photo s, some are underneath a stoplight and others are hanging in a dark room, with almost no light. I think that the way in which our tour guide guided us, was a clear way to show the photo s, she did it step by step. Every theme or subject was separated. It was very clear to me at what I was looking, what the photo s had to suggest. Content. This exhibition is about radicalism as I already told you before. The exhibition shows photo s like the picture on the right for example, they also showed us other forms of radicalism. I think that the title of the exhibition does say something about it. It is angry, you ca see it in a lot of n different ways. I thought the exhibition angry was all about angry people, actually you can imagine it is, because with radicalism you can alsothink that people act that way because they are angry about something, and then this could be their way of expressing their self s. I think that the one who decorated the room, did it good. I think that the main reason was to see which types of radicalism there are. They hang up all the different themes with each other and I thought it was in a way from bad to worse situations. I think that the presentation of the photo s is in a good and logical order. It s like I said before, in my experience it s from bad to worse.At every photo s is a kind of plate with the title of the photo and who the pho tographer. I do understand the way the organizers give some more information about the photo s. It s very useful because now you know some more about the photo.

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Function, my reaction, conclusion and.
Function. I think that the function of this exhibition has two reasons; I think that the main reason was to learn especially the youth something more about radicalism and that this happens more in the world than you know. Some daily moments can also be seen as radicalism, ilke what we saw as an example in the exhibition, that 2 girls were passing 3 or 4 black man. This is a situation that can happy every day. The last target could be that the photographers want the people who watch their photo s to really think about the sit ation and to give it their own u interpretation. My reaction. hen I heard I was going to a photo museum I was a bit exited, but when I came there, I thought it was disappointing. It was very boring and the woman who guided us, talked very slowly, it wasn t pleasurable to listen to what the woman had to say. It was not what I expected. The think that made most impression to me was that we could go outside with a camera to make our own radical photo s. e went back inside and we put the photo s together. I thought that the whole tour in the photo museum was boring, as I already told you, the part where we could go outside was most fun. hen we got the tour I thought it was very boring, to be honest, I eventually was not listening to the woman anymore. Conclusion. Eventually everything I have to say is that the whole trip could have been more exited. It was very boring and I was excited to go home. I thought it could have been a more exiting trip. Sources. I used the internet to search for my information and I also used my own experience of course. y y y www.nederlandsfotomuseum.nl/component/option,com_nfm_agenda/task,view/Ite mid,166/lang,nl/id,276/ www.rotterdam.info/offer.php?offerid=342&langid=3 www.wikipedia.nl 
 

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