With new exhibits shown every few months, the Foam Photography Museum is a vibrant space for photographers and photography-lovers to enjoy. And, because of the museum’s emphasis on testing artistic boundaries, even seasoned photography aficionados are sure to learn something new. So, come with an open mind and see what methods up-and-coming photographers are employing to push the envelope just a little bit further.
If you want to see work by famous artists, the Foam Photography Museum delivers. In the permanent exhibition, works by street photographer William Klein, the tragic Francesca Woodman, and others evoke quiet reflection on what was, what is, what will be, and what could have been. It’s quite a privilege to view the groundbreaking art created by these master photographers.
Finally, if you consider yourself a budding artist, the Foam Photography Museum might be able to help you advance your abilities, gain public exposure, and meet like-minded artists. With workshops, talent calls, and traineeships, a visit to the Foam Photography Museum could turn your personal hobby into a long and storied career!
Foam Photography Museum is open daily.
Foam is open from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., except Thursdays and Fridays when closing time is 9:00 p.m.
Foam Photography Museum is located at Keizersgracht 609, Amsterdam 1017 DS. The cross-street is Vijzelstraat.
Getting There –
Take Tram 16 or 24 to Muntplein station. Head south on Vijzelstraat. At Keizersgracht, turn left. Walk approximately 50 meters and Foam Photography Museum will be on the left.
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