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Photo Story: Students March to Take Actions Against Climate Change

About 200 students protested last Thursday, on February 14, in Dam Square as part of an international mobilisation to call for governments to take more drastic actions against climate change. This was the second time the civil society group Students for Climate organized the protest. The Amsterdammer Advertisements

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Photo Story: Generation 2019

Around 500 people attended the Generation 2019 exhibition last Thursday held by MOAM at LAB111. The events displayed the work of 19 female-only young artists who graduated from The Netherlands. The event was sponsored by FEBO, Warsteiner and Absolutions Vodka.   Kira Guehring Photographer (Winter 2019)

Amsterdam Light Festival Is Back to Charm Its Visitors

The seventh edition of the Amsterdam Light Festival hosts thirty light artworks and installations in the heart of the city. Both locals and tourists can admire the pieces of art, especially made for Amsterdam, from November 29 till January 20 by passing through the canals by boat or simply cycling or walking over the bridges […]

Photo Story: Sinterklaas in Amsterdam

About 400,000 children and adults attended the 80th arrival of Sinterklaas and his servants from Spain in Amsterdam on Sunday. The arrival of Sinterklaas in Amsterdam is the largest one in the world. However, the main celebration will be on December 5, his birthday, one day before Sinterklaas’ departure. Veronica Fontana Photographer (Fall 2018)

Photo Story: Turn on the Lights!

Over 3100 participants gathered at Dam Square to see Turn on the Ligths’  11th edition last Thursday. The event, organized by De Bijenkorf, started-off the holiday season by providing a free theatrical performance of singers, musicians, actors and acrobats. Composed especially for this edition, the musical adventure “Make Classic Fantastic” was played. CB Milton, 50, […]

Affordable Art Fair Amsterdam

From November 1 to 5, Kromhouthal in Amsterdam Noord hosted The Affordable Art Fair. It offered over 75 national and international galleries, tried to bridge the gap between the art and the people, and explained the government-imposed price control. Veronica Fontana Photographer (Fall 2018)