Modern Times. Photography in the 20th Century. Amsterdam Rijksmuseum

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The rebuilding and renovation of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam is with the opening of the breathtaking Philips Wing as good as accomplished, as good as completed. This spotless side wing – another example of the beautiful collab between original designer Pierre Cuypers and current chief architects Antonio Cruz and Antonio Ortiz – houses the photo collection of the Rijksmuseum. With the further disclosure of this national showpiece – ’Modern Times. Photography in the 20th Century’ as its opening exhibit, together with the exhibition ‘Document Netherlands, 2014’ – the Rijksmuseum has furthermore underlined, circled and highlighted itself as a must see in Amsterdam.

‘Modern Times. Photography in the 20th Century’ runs until January 11, 2015.

Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum03Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum (2014).

Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum04Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum (2014).

Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum16Laocoön (1699).

Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum15Philips Wing, Rijksmuseum (2014).

Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum13Hans van der Meer – Zandvliet, Belgium (2014).

Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum14Hans van der Meer – BE NL NL NL BE, BE BE NL BE NL, NL BE NL NL BE, NL BE NL NL BE (2014).

Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum11Modern Times – Philips Wing, Rijksmuseum (2014).

Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum12Modern Times – Philips Wing, Rijksmuseum (2014).

Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum10Stephan Vanfleteren – Dutch Heads.

Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum06Modern Times – Philips Wing, Rijksmuseum (2014).

Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum05Modern Times – Philips Wing, Rijksmuseum (2014).

Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum07Modern Times – Philips Wing, Rijksmuseum (2014).

Amsterdam, Rijks Museum09Philips Wing, Rijksmuseum (2014).

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