Fotomuseum Antwerp

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Fotomuseum Antwerp is a museum of photography in the city of Antwerp, Belgium.

An example from Interiors Series by Henry Bond exhibited at the Fotomuseum in 2005.[1]
One of the exhibition rooms

History and programme[edit]

The Fotomuseum in Antwerp has a historical and contemporary collection of photography that is given a new presentation every year. Alongside the collection are frequently changing photography exhibitions, film projections and lectures. It also publishes a magazine 'FMM' in Dutch that presents articles on photography with a particular emphasis on fine art photography. The museum opened in 2004. In 2005 Henry Bond's Interiors Series was exhibited at the museum, also in that year a retrospective of Anton Corbijn was presented.[2]

The current Director is Elviera Velghe who took over the role from Christoph Ruys.[3]


  1. ^ Christoph Ruys (ed.) Henry Bond, Interiors Series (Antwerp: FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen, 2005) ISBN 90-6625-068-2
  2. ^ Compagniegagarine/The Anton Corbijn Expo
  3. ^ Fotomuseum/Team, retrieved, 01-15-12

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Coordinates: 51°12′33″N 4°23′15″E / 51.209035°N 4.387551°E / 51.209035; 4.387551