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Re-Dutchifying Paris

It seems like Dutch culture is slowly disappearing from Paris. The Institut Néerlandais (Dutch Institute), founded by Frits Lugt in 1957 and active until its closure in 2013, was a non-profit institution in Paris that promoted Dutch art and culture. Despite being one of the earliest cultural institutions of its kind, it relied completely on […]

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Food For Thought: Exhibition at the Foam Brings Food Photography into the Limelight

Food photography is never just about the food itself, and has become an essential element of our dining experience as a representation of lifestyle, culture, relationships, and consumption. Feast For The Eyes – The Story of Food in Photography, is inspired by a book that was curated by Susan Bright and Denise Wolff and organized […]

Where to Grab a Cheap Lunch Near UvA

If you are a student at the University of Amsterdam and would like to spice up your lunches or snacks, instead of always eating the plain wraps from Albert Heijn, watch this video by Evguenia Roussel and Brynn Weigelt, which will offer you cheap alternatives for your everyday meal.   Brynn Weigelt Videographer (Fall 2018)

‘‘Dumpster Diving’’ in Amsterdam

Supermarkets, we all know them, we all use them, yet very few of us ever question the processes behind them. In a city like Amsterdam, large supermarkets are one of the main suppliers for our daily food. Whenever we step through the glass sliding doors to buy our groceries, the shelves are full and stocked […]

Amsterdam Gets a Taste of Indian Cuisine

Last Sunday, above 3000 gathered at Dok Amsterdam, one of the most famous festival locations in the city, from 1pm to 11pm to celebrate the Indian culture. Food, music and dances turned the event into a celebration of the country.