This exhibition by Gioia de Bruijn, on view in Amsterdam, is made up of personal images and black and white photographs of streets and buildings. A visual cacophony of city-scapes, airports, skyscrapers, party people, tramps and junkies. Between straightforwardness and sensitivity. And text, lots of text, written on small slips.
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