– Art Photography

The monumental Amsterdam Rainwbow Dress offers an impressive visual representation of the scale of state-sponsored homophobia. By photographing the dress in meaningful locations worldwide, in cooperation with models, photographers, crew members and creatives from the local LGBTI+ community, the foundation aims to cross borders, generate publicity and create a platform of cooperation and support for LGBTI+ communities and those who are prosecuted, displaced because of their orientation or gender identity.

The Amsterdam Rainbow Dress is featured in an extending series of photographic imagery. After succesful photoshoots in Amsterdam, San Francisco, Madrid, Seoul and Brussels, the dress continues develop this ongoing project around the globe.

© image by Heejune Kim – Amsterdam Rainbow Dress Foundation, 2018 (City Hall, Seoul)

© image by Heejune Kim – Amsterdam Rainbow Dress Foundation, 2018  (Seoul)

© image by Heejune Kim – Amsterdam Rainbow Dress Foundation, 2018 (City Hall, Seoul)

© image by Joan Crisol – Amsterdam Rainbow Dress Foundation, 2018 (Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid)

© image by Joan Crisol – Amsterdam Rainbow Dress Foundation, 2018 (Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid)

© image by Joan Crisol – Amsterdam Rainbow Dress Foundation, 2018 (Madrid Pride Parade)

© image by Pieter Henket Studio – Amsterdam Rainbow Dress Foundation, 2016 (Amsterdam Rijksmuseum  )

© image by Pieter Henket Studio – Amsterdam Rainbow Dress Foundation, 2016 (Amsterdam Rijksmuseum)

© image by Ashlynn Danielsen – Amsterdam Rainbow Dress Foundation, 2017 (San Franciso City Hall)

© image by Ashlynn Danielsen – Amsterdam Rainbow Dress Foundation, 2017 (San Franciso City Hall)

© image by Ashlynn Danielsen – Amsterdam Rainbow Dress Foundation, 2017 (San Franciso City Hall)

© image  by Henri Verhoef – Amsterdam Rainbow Dress Foundation, 2018 (European Parliament)