The Stedelijk hosts an exhibition of almost 40 works by celebrated Canadian photographer Jeff Wall.
The exhibition focuses on Wall’s work since 1996, including recent photographs in colour and black and white, and the new diptych Summer Afternoons (2013) on public display for the first time.
Key to the exhibition is the year 1996 which marked a changing point in Wall's career and saw him produce black and white prints on paper.
Wall is best known for his large-scale works exploring themes between men and women, the boundaries between the urban environment and the natural world, and social commentary on violence and cultural miscommunication.
This is the first major photography exhibition to be presented at the Stedelijk since its reopening in 2012.
Tues, Wed 11.00-17.00, Thurs 11.00-22.00, Fri-Sun 10.00-18.00