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  • 1 JULY TO 28 AUGUST 2022
    SUNDAY FROM 12:00 TO 17:00
  • This beautiful photo exhibit will make you look at our planet in a new way of looking at our planet.

    National Geographic Colors of the World shows the fascinating- the experience of color in photography. How does color determine the ka- character of the photograph? This phenomenon is shown in beautiful photography. A world of colors surrounds us every minute of of the day and yet we rarely stop to think about it. In this In this exhibition we pay attention to the perception, meaning and symbolism of and symbolism of colors in our world. Color can calm us, color can color can give us energy, color can surprise us and everyone has a favorite color! and everyone has a favorite color! And what is the meaning of What is the meaning of color in animals? Colors of the wolrd is an inspiring exhibition with beautiful beautiful, amazing photographs that will make you look at our planet in a different way of looking at our planet. In this exhibition
    spectacular photos by top photographers such as Steve McCurry, Brian J. Skerry and George F. Mobley.

    Colors of the World Exposition

    Dear Visitor 

    Every day we are surrounded by an ever-changing kaleidoscope of life in color. From the soft pastels of a sunset to the bright lights of a bustling city, color envelops us all. Color is a force that moves and motivates, relaxes and reassures, excites and fascinates. These shades are constantly evolving. From the hazy, early morning calm of a blue lake beginning to reflect the soft orange of a rising sun, to the green moss on a forest floor growing into a rich canopy of brown, red and gold leaves. Colors can be powerful and subtle, whether it is the graceful red of a ladybugs shield or the blinding colors of the northern lights against a pristine, icy background. With this exhibition, we hope to redirect human ambivalence toward color into a sense of awe and disbelief. In societies that are constantly overwhelmed by color-bombarded advertisements, clothing and technology, these photographs allow us to take a step back and rediscover the importance and significance of color in our world. We hope you enjoy your visit to Colors of the World in Rotterdam or Zierikzee.
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    About the National Geographic Society

    The National Geographic Society is a leading non-profit organization that invests in courageous people and innovative ideas in the fields of discovery, scientific research, storytelling and education. The National Geographic Society strives to create a community of change, promote important insights about the planet and explore some of the most pressing scientific questions of our time, while ensuring that the next generation is armed with geographic knowledge and global understanding. The goal is one of measurable impact: to advance research and educate people around the world to inspire solutions for the greater good. For more information, visit www.nationalgeographic.org.


    Regular Є5.90
    65+ Є4.90
    Kids (6 to 12) Є2.90
    Kids 0 to 5 free


    Rotterdam Photo is an annual photo fair with a festival flair. The event celebrates the spectrum of contemporary photography in all its diversity.

    Being part of the Rotterdam Art Week, the event yearly attracts around 10.000 visitors, among whom art lovers, collectors, gallerists, as well as international art press professionals from different parts of the globe.

    Every year the fair offers a wide gamut of independent photographers the opportunity to exhibit their projects. Photographers can participate individually or on behalf of the gallery by submitting their works and projects via an open call related to the current theme. The goal of the photo fair is to offer an affordable exhibition space directly to photographers, proposing lower costs compared to the traditional art/photo fairs.

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     © Annick van Santen

    Inspired by the history of Rotterdam as a port city, the festival provides the selected photographers with exhibition space in repurposed shipping containers, as well as the public space of Rotterdam city to bring photography outside the ‘white cube’ tradition.

    In addition to the exhibitions, Rotterdam Photo organizes talks, workshops, and a fringe program with music and digital installations throughout the city. The festival feeling is created thanks to various exhibitions and leisure activities around for all participants. Street vendors, cafes, and restaurants on the festival’s location offer great food and delicious drinks – the public and participants can enjoy the events’ atmosphere, celebrating photography together with us.

    © Jacqueline Fuijkschot