Visit the exhibition about the remarkable work and life of Alexine Tinne in The Hague Historical Museum for free on presentation of your student card! Her oeuvre will be on display until June 11, 2022. Please note: the exhibition is closed from March 7 to March 14 due to a replacement of the portrayed photos.
Pioneer in Dutch photography
The Dutch photographer Alexine Tinne was one of the first female photographers and can be considered a true pioneer in Dutch photography. Tinne was known for her modern, personal and inclusive photographs of nineteenth-century city life. The photographs Tinne took during her travels portray the people she met in a modern and inclusive way.
About the exhibition
Tinne's nineteenth-century photographs enter into a dialogue with the work of contemporary photographer Dagmar van Weeghel. Maartje van den Heuvel, curator of Photography at Leiden University Libraries, is guest curator of the exhibition. Read more background information about the exhibition here. And book your free ticket for the exhibition Alexine Tinne, photographer - her world view in the The Hague Historical Museum.