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ANIMALIA AMSTERDAM

Isabella Rozendaal wants to etch the animal citizens of Amsterdam into the city’s history books with her photography project, Animalia Amsterdam.

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ANIMALIA AMSTERDAM

Over the course of a year, Isabella Rozendaal took photos of over 100 animal citizens of her hometown of Amsterdam. From an Afghan hound cruising the canals, to a giant pig posing beside a Hog (the two-wheeled kind), Rozendaal’s photographs are full of life, humour, and personality. The project—Animalia Amsterdam—was commissioned by the Amsterdam City Archive, and is currently being exhibited there until 3rd September 2017. Lucky for us non-Amsterdammers, a successful crowdfunding campaign has ensured that Rozendaal will be able to turn the project into a photography book as well.


All images courtesy of Isabella Rozendaal
isabellarozendaal.com

Animalia Amsterdam
Amsterdam City Archives
July 14 – September 3

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