DocuDenHaag

DocuDenHaag

EXHIBITION Since 2007, Het Nutshuis has concentrated increasingly more on documentary photography. This ongoing development has resulted in five photographic exhibitions per year. Special attention is given to novice photographers and photographers from The Hague. The...
Still Alive Oct 2016

Still Alive Oct 2016

Featuring work by: Esther Hessing, Leo van der Kleij and Nishiko. Many millions of people no longer live in their native town or village, but for others, even a natural disaster is not enough to persuade them to leave the place they were born. The zone around...
Every day’s a birthday Jun 2017

Every day’s a birthday Jun 2017

Featuring work by Eithel Coromoto Gregorio and Elske Verdoorn Eithel is the only man on earth with Proof of a Driving Licence. He is owed an endless supply of dollars and celebrates his birthday every day. When you look more closely, something that first appears...
Pushing up Daisy Nov 2013

Pushing up Daisy Nov 2013

In 2010, she was an ordinary horse chestnut tree in a courtyard garden in The Hague. But her life was blighted and she had to be cut down. Artists Adam Bosman and Boris Acket recognised her plight, took pity on her and christened her Daisy. After spending the months...
Pushing up Daisy: Whispers of New Life Mar 2015

Pushing up Daisy: Whispers of New Life Mar 2015

THANK YOU! from the bottom of our hearts, thank you all! There isn’t a single moment off this crazy adventure doesn’t put a smile on our faces. We get chills and watery eyes when we go through all the moments, especially the last one; the moment when we were finally...
Wolfskinder, a post-war story Oct 2015

Wolfskinder, a post-war story Oct 2015

‘When I first heard about the plight of the wolf children in spring 2011, I was deeply moved and amazed that I had never come across them before. It’s been gnawing away at me ever since.’ In the aftermath of the Second World War, hundreds of thousands of Germans fled...
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