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Elizar Veerman

Elizar Veerman is a Moluccan-Dutch photographic artist based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. His photographic practice is particularly concerned with the effects of Colonialism and Migration. Focusing on peripheral communities and diasporas, he portrays representations of masculinity and acts of (self-) reclamation in both Documentary and Fashion photography.

He started his photography career with Dana Lixenberg. His debut series ‘You Huddle To Keep Warm’ received multiple nominations including DuPho SO Award, Rabo Portrait Prize and Fashion 100 by PhotoVogue. His work has been published in GQ Middle East, Fisheye Magazine and NRC.

Current Exhibitions Featuring Elizar Veerman

You Huddle To Keep Warm

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza
 on show

Elizar Veerman is a Moluccan-Dutch photographic artist based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Over the past years he portrayed boys and men with a history of migration as they reclaimed space.

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