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Newsletter Date: 21-12-2012
Noorderlicht Stays!

After months of protesting and campaigning, we face the future with new vigor. Smaller, but with the same ambition and standard.

A big and grateful THANK YOU to all who supported us in our fight.

Let's have a wonderful 2013!

© Loan Nguyen: Snow (detail) from Terra Cognita, Photofestival 2012

The Noorderlicht Photofestival 2013 will take place as planned. It will be the twentieth edition of this event.

To Have and Have Not

Reminder: Call for entries

Can photography expose the powers that caused the crisis?

For the Noorderlicht Photofestival 2013, we call upon the photographic community to help build an inspired, profound and heartfelt exhibition on the so-called '1%', or rather; the roots of the current economic crisis.

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Photographers and curators are welcome to send in their proposals up to and including January 11th, 2013.

The Sweet and Sour Story of Sugar

World Tour 2012-2013

Last November, The Sweet and Sour Story of Sugar started its world tour. The exhibition in Jakarta just finished, it is now on show in Yogyakarta (both Indonesia) and in 2013 it will visit Brazil, Surinam and the Netherlands. The project tells about the dynamics and history of globalization by addressing the bittersweet legacy of sugar.

With commissioned works by James Whitlow Delano (Japan/US), Alejandro Chaskielberg (Argentina), Ed Kashi (US), Francesco Zizola (Italy), Carl de Keyzer (Belgium) and Tomasz Tomaszewski (Poland).

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The Sweet and Sour Story of Sugar at the Langgeng Art Foundation in Yogyakarta / below: © Carl de Keyzer

Now at the Noorderlicht Photogallery

Rafal Milach - 7 Rooms

On show through January 13th

A portrait of a generation of Russians who are leaving the mentality of the old Soviet regime and are trying to find their way in the ambitious but uncertain Russia of Putin.


Zed Nelson
Israel - In This Land
January 26th - March 17th, 2013

About the psyche of a people that lives in the shadow of a deeply rooted conflict.

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© Rafal Milach

Wed - Sun, 12:00 - 18:00h
Closed Boxing Day
Admission Free

Noorderlicht Photogallery
Akerkhof 12, Groningen NL

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