17.00 - 19.00
Are you a professional or amateur photographer looking to take the next step in your career, and looking for feedback from someone from the professional field? Haute Photographie and Nederlands Fotomuseum are giving you the opportunity to have you portfolio reviewed by big names from the world photography. The reviewers include Clément Saccomani, managing direct of photo agency NOOR, Lisa Klaverstijn, photo editor at de Volkskrant, Mick Peet, art director at FD, and Marieke Wiegel, head of presentations of Nederlands Fotomuseum.
Participation fee: € 15,-, including entry to the fair and museum. Tickets are available here. For more info, please contact email@example.com.
11.00 - 13.00
Introduction to collecting and preserving photography
Learn more on how to start your own photography collection and how to preserve your prints for the the future. Roy Kahmann, the director of Haute Photographie and a collector of photographs for over 30 years, will guide you through the fair and explain what to look for when buying photography. Martijn van den Broek, head of collections of the Nederlands Fotomuseum, will take you on a tour through their restoration and conservation department, which houses many important and extraordinary prints from Dutch photography history.
Participation fee: € 37,50, including entry to the fair and museum, plus coffee and cake. Tickets are available here. For more info, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lecture by photographer Jeroen Toirkens
The boreal forest, also known as taiga, is a circle of mostly coniferous trees stretching across northern Europe, Asia and North America, making it the largest and oldest vegetation zone on earth. Together with the Amazon rainforest, the boreal forest acts as our earth's lungs. For their project Borealis, photographer Jeroen Toirkens and journalist Jelle Brandt Corstius will be visiting these forests in search of the stories of the people who inhabit it. In this lecture they will tell more about the experiences of the trips they have made so far, some near, some far away, and what will await them for the future.
Participation fee: € 15,- This includes entry to the fair and museum. Tickets are available here. For more info, please contact info@haute-photographie
12:00 - 13:30
Especially for our youngest visitors, Haute Photographie has organized a special children’s tour, taking 7-12 year olds deeper into the world of photography. Within the theme 'Selfies and Portraits', the kids will learn what makes a good photograph great, and will even get the chance to take their own portraits!
Participation fee: €15,-, including entry to the fair and a photo to take home. Max. number of participants: 15. To join the event, please email email@example.com
|Haute Magazine 2018 will once again feature a book market, made possible by Artibooks and GUP Magazine. Photo books by many of the exhibiting photographers will be available, as well as other signed, limited and otherwise extraordinary publications. Benrido Atelier will come from Kyoto to present their unique portfolios and Tribe Magazine from Dubai will be there to promote photography from the Arab world.|