Alongside Johan van der Keuken, Ed van der Elsken, often called a “photographer of the margins,” occupies a singular place in twentieth-century documentary Dutch photography and cinema. In New York, the Howard Greenberg Gallery presents an exhibition which focus on his work from the 1950s and 1960s documenting the social culture around him in Amsterdam, Paris, and Tokyo. Ed van...
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