FotoMuseum: Photography Rehabilitated in Antwerp
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FotoMuseum: Photography Rehabilitated in Antwerp

(Ludo Bekkers) The Low Countries - 2005, № 13, pp. 299-301

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The Antwerp musem of photography has recently taken on a new lease of life after many decades of dormancy. The FotoMuseum, as it is now called, is owned by the province of Antwerp and has a very extensive international collection of photographs, an impressive collection of photographic equipment and a library of more than 35,000 volumes and documents, and will now finally take its rightful place in the landscape of national and international museums.

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