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I had the opportunity to visit the museum with my photography teacher and class, we had a great overview given by a guide, the museum displays all the great names of the medium; Sander, Cameron, Capa, Doisneau, Adams, and a dozens more. A good chunk...More
To me, the Charleroi’s Museum if photography is one of the mist to see places in walloonia, the vision of the management, the quality of the exhibitions that bridge charleroi to the world without forgetting a local anchoring makes it a place i regularly (2-3...More
This place is not really up to being worth visit. Too messy and not up to what it could be. I had a feeling of " is that all there is? " Some good ideas but no real dedication to the art of photography.
If you happen to drive around Belgium, this is one of the Photography museums to see. Rather easy to find with your GPS, it's an older building and a park converted into a rather very interesting place. Multiple rooms with differents artists from all over....More
The permanent collection is in itself worth a visit and with the additional funding the museum will get this year they should be able to have three special exhibitions each year (we were told by the very friendly staff at the reception desk). The kids'...More
Museum hosted in an ancient cloister depicting the history of photopraphy from the early beginnings to modern age.
Awesome rooms and a very reasonable price.
The museum café is a peaceful place before having a stroll in the parc.
Nice museum. Totally worth the 7 euro ticket. It is located in a monastery, what gives the museum a lot of charm. What i didn't like is that photos didn't have English explanation. For us non French speakers quite difficult. That is photography but sometimes...More
We came here to see the Stephan Vanfleteren exhibition which was beautiful.
In fact this is the second time I come to photography museum and come away pleased. They always have great exhibitions and the fact that this building used to be a cloister add...More