Season’s greetings and best wishes for 2018!

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Images from

daily life

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Paris Rooftop #4,  © Michael Wolf

We have supported the the Hague Museum of Photography for many years now. They make arts & culture accessible to a wider audience. They do this on the one hand via prestigious exhibits of big names in the world of photography and on the other hand by offering amateur photographers in the Netherlands a platform. This has resulted in a beautiful collection of images from daily life.

Bringing the law

into practice

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We work on a daily basis to bring the law into practice. We translate the law into solutions that work for our clients. Legal matters can be a deciding factor in the successful implementation of plans and projects. We know what does and does not work in practice and our clients achieve their desired goals more quickly.

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About Michael Wolf

Photographer Michael Wolf (1954) began his career as a photojournalist before making a successful switch to art photography. His journalist background can still be seen in his socially engaged photographs. The central theme of Wolf’s work is life in metropolitan cities such as Tokyo, Hong Kong and Chicago. Some of Wolf’s famous series include Tokyo Compression (2010-2013), which captures the bustle in the Tokyo subway, Google Streetview (2008-2012), a composition of raw, unique and funny moments on Google Streetview, and Paris Rooftops (2014), a rendering of the romantic beauty of the Parisian rooftops. The Hague Museum of Photography has created a unique retrospective of Wolf’s oeuvre in association with the Les Rencontres d’Arles photography festival.

These photos are offered to you by Pels Rijcken & Droogleever Fortuijn.