The Amsterdam Rainbow Dress is a work of art made from the flags of all countries in the world where homosexuality is illegal.
It’s an iconic dress that calls for openness and inclusiveness, encouraging people to actively contribute to, defend and share (acquired) freedoms.
Measuring over 16 metres / 52 feet in diameter, the dress gives a beautifully monumental, powerful and disconcerting representation of the global status quo on government-sponsored LGBTI-phobia.
This website is the official online domain for the Amsterdam Rainbow Dress Foundation, with all important information readily available. Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com
An overview of missions by the Amsterdam Rainbow Dress, including corresponding articles.
An up-to-date list of all flags currently incorporated in the Amsterdam Rainbow Dress*.
Image: Glo Taylor presents the Amsterdam Rainbow Dress at the central rotunda of San Francisco City Hall on Harvey Milk Day 2017. Image by Ashlynn Danielsen
Image: Valentijn de Hingh presents the Amsterdam Rainbow Dress in the Gallery of Honour at the Rijkmuseum, in front of Rembrandt’s iconic Night Watch. Image by Pieter Henket Studio.
* List of countries as comprised by the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA). The flag of Belize has since been replaced with the rainbow flag. The Amsterdam Rainbow Dress in her current form consists of 75 national flags, 1 rainbow flag and 4 flags of the City of Amsterdam.
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