The Photography Museum of Amsterdam. The edifice outside along a wide canal masks the modern and minimalistic interior. Even on this cloudy day the light poured in from all angles through the open floorplans.
Among the exhibits being shown were Ruth Van Beek’s “Reconstructions,” where old photographs from the past few decades are arranged and sometimes oddly maneuvered to create new works, shapes, people, and places.
Also in March was Taryn Simon‘s “An American Index of the Hidden and Unfamiliar.” Wikipedia describes it as the following:
In An American Index of the Hidden and Unfamiliar she documents spaces that are integral to American industry and culture, but which remain inaccessible or unknown to a public audience. She gained access to and photographed rarely seen sites from domains including science, government, medicine, entertainment, nature, security and religion
The Photography Museum of Amsterdam is a Keizersgracht 609, a few steps east of Vijzelstraat.