City Gallery - BredaPhoto

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StadsGalerij Breda
Oude Vest 34
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The city gallery Breda is located in the heart of the city. The central information point of BredaPhoto Festival. Breda Photo's walking and cycling routes start here and you can buy your day tickets. In the Stadsgalerie you will find work by three inspiring photographers who invite you to think. From StadsGalerij Breda you walk past the BredaPhoto exhibitions in the open air on the XXL Plein and the Chassé Park. An oasis of peace in the center of Breda with a pleasant playground for the children. You pass the striking pop stage Mezz on your way to the many nice restaurants on and around the van Coothplein.

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Marc Ohrem Leclef (Germany)
Marc Ohrem Leclef uses photos…

The city gallery Breda is located in the heart of the city. The central information point of BredaPhoto Festival. Breda Photo's walking and cycling routes start here and you can buy your day tickets. In the Stadsgalerie you will find work by three inspiring photographers who invite you to think. From StadsGalerij Breda you walk past the BredaPhoto exhibitions in the open air on the XXL Plein and the Chassé Park. An oasis of peace in the center of Breda with a pleasant playground for the children. You pass the striking pop stage Mezz on your way to the many nice restaurants on and around the van Coothplein.

Photographers
Marc Ohrem Leclef (Germany)
Marc Ohrem Leclef uses photos and texts to visualize the many forms that love takes. From open and socially accepted to unspoken. His work: Zameen Aasman Ka Farq - As far apart as the earth is from the sky - contemplates the affection between Indian men.

Hans van der Meer (Netherlands)
The gap between the consumer and 'the world of the cow' has widened in recent decades. With his project, Hans van der Meer challenges the viewer to think about the future of food production and consumption.

Martin Weber (Chile)
Marin Weber returns to several people in Latin America he previously photographed in 1992-2008 with the question: “what is your dream”. More than a decade later, he asks them a new question: "Have your dreams come true - have your dreams come true?"

BredaPhoto
Galerie Ecker is one of the locations of BredaPhoto 2022. From September 8 to October 23, 2022, the tenth edition of the biennial BredaPhoto Festival, the largest photo exhibition in the Benelux, will take place in Breda. Titled 'Theatre of Dreams', this edition is about hope, change and proposals for a new view of the world. Spread throughout the city of Breda, new work by more than 60 international photographers from 28 different countries, both established names and emerging talents, can be seen for seven weeks at more than fifteen special indoor and outdoor locations. The festival shows a wide range of lens-based work: from interdisciplinary installations and video works to vintage prints from special archives and documentary photography. Discover all information about BredaPhoto here.

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