Nederland in quarantaine

On the day the first national measures against the coronavirus were presented, photographer Annabel Jeuring decided to take to the streets with her camera.

On Thursday 12 March 2020, the first national measures against the coronavirus were presented. Prime Minister Rutte's motto was: 'Stay home as much as possible'. The whole of the Netherlands went into a lockdown. Everyone who could stay at home stayed at home to slow down the spread of the virus. That particular day, photographer Annabel Jeuring decided to take to the streets with her camera, keeping the new measures in mind.

She made portraits that she could do properly, within the guidelines. Portraits of compatriots through glass, framed by their own window- or doorframe. The photo reportage 'Nederland in quarantaine'(The Netherlands in quarantine) shows moving portraits. Dutch people looking at you from behind their windows, ‘locked’ in their own houses. With her photographs Annabel makes our memories of this special time tangible and has captured history in the making.

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Author
Annabel Jeuring

Design
Studio Susan Bijen

Binding
Softcover / Swiss bound

Volume
80 pages / 17 x 24 cm 

Language
Dutch

ISBN
978-90-830655-1-9

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653