Electronic dance music photography exhibition in Maastricht
Get ready to attend a visual tribute to Dutch DJs such as Afrojack, Armin van Buuren, Don Diablo, Hardwell, Nicky Romero and Tiësto - as well as many international ones too. Fotomuseum aan het Vrijthof in Maastricht presents "This is My Church", an exhibition by Electronic dance music photographer Rutger Geerling from October 3, 2020, until August 29, 2021.
Electronic dance music photography exhibition - This is My Church
"This is My Church" displays an astounding selection of photographs from dance festivals and gigs in stadiums, large clubs and churches. 70 photos and a handful of pieces of video footage provide an alluring insight into the world of electronic dance music from one of the leading photographers in this field in the whole world.
Rutger Geerling has been photographing dance events for 25 years. Beginning as somewhat of a pioneer, he has come to prominence, having photographed big names in dance music and captured the freedom, love, togetherness, energy, friendship, and magic of this fascinating culture.
As well as monumental portraits of famous DJs like Tiësto, Avicii, Carl Cox, David Guetta and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, here you'll also find intimate backstage scenes, excited concertgoers and onstage action shots.
About the photographer
Rutger Geerling, whose artistic name is Rudgr, lives in Rotterdam. He published a photography book called "This is My Church" which was critically acclaimed, giving an overview of the past 20 years of electronic dance music. His photography has been published and well-received worldwide, but this is the first time it has been exhibited in a museum setting.
Get your tickets
Sounds like something for you and your friends? Get your tickets on the Fotomuseum aan het Vrijthof website.
Thumb photo: Rutger Geerling - Avicii in Seoul