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Augustus 2016



Giclée print op Hahnemühle FineArt Pearl papier.

Formaat 30x20 cm zonder witrand.


Boys cool off with a dip from the Na-Druk-Geluk-Bridge between the Olympic Stadium and the IJsbaanpad boys.


Elmer van der Marel (Amsterdam 1969) can be characterized as a street photographer, although the technique and style can be seen on many other subjects.

He captures subtle moments in the big theater that is the city. Not the moment itself, but the road to and the story behind it, is what's important in his work. He is led by his intuition, which seems to invent new stories on every corner. Elmer has the distinct capability to connect individuals with each other or with their surroundings, creating new meaning to the scenes he encounters.

He captures a frozen moment which is open to a new interpretation that reaches beyond the given situation. Mainly working in and around his hometown Amsterdam.

His work has been published in the Netherlands by Het Parool, Het Financieele Dagblad, Provincie Noord Holland and many more.

Elmer has won the Silver Camera in 2011 (Daily News), 2012 (Spot News), and 2013 (Documentary).





Elmer van der Marel

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  • August 2016


    Giclée print on Hahnemühle FineArt Pearl paper.

    Size 30x20 cm without white border.

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