FotoFestival Naarden shows the series We love where we live by Dutch photographer Louise Honée (1974). The main characters are young people in McDowell County, West Virginia whose identity is closely related to where they grow up; once one of the richest areas of America, today it is one of the poorest regions afer the coal mines closed and more and more people were forced to leave. From May 25 – June 30. Click here for practical information and locations.
The FotoFestival Naarden also shows work by the American photographer Remsen Wolff (1940-1998) for the first time. Struggling with his identity and gender, Wolff photographed transvestites and transgenders in Amsterdam and New York in the 1990s.