Andy Zuidema’s photos were taken at a Rolling Stones Concert in Arnhem, in 2017
A Groninger photographer will be sharing the limelight with the Rolling Stones at an exhibition in the Groninger Museum starting in Cctober. Andy Zuidema will exhibit seven large colour photos he took of the band at a concert in Arnhem in 2017. As reported by the GIC.
Both the museum’s curators, and the band’s management were impressed by Zuidema’s work. Muriel Ramuz, Curator at the Groninger Museum, says: “Andy stands out because of the quality of his work. He takes snapshots that tell a story themselves, and with his photos he reawakens the feeling of that captured moment.”
Zuidema, who is 36, describes the recording of The Rolling Stones in 2017 as a legendary experience: “I will never forget the night of the concert. The Stones are true artists, playing pure and raw Rock and Roll that many young bands can learn from.”
In 2015 he published the book This club does our life, with photography of 10 years FC Groningen. His second photo book with concert photography will be released at the end of 2020.
The exhibition “The Rolling Stones – Unzipped”, can be seen from November 14, 2020 and will last until February 28, 2021. Tickets can be booked from October 2020 on the website of the Groninger Museum.