Award-winning photographer Nico Koster (1940) made his first photos for De Telegraaf newspaper. As a photo-reporter, he captured social, political and sportive subjects. The photo series for the ‘Bed-in for Peace’ protest by Lennon and Yoko Ono at the Hilton Hotel, became his big break. He captured numerous other legendary artists afterwards, such as Chagall and David Bowie. In his exhibition Aprés CoBrA, Koster shows some of the (unpublished) highlights of his career.
Installing the exposition in Werkplaats.
See Koster’s work in Werkplaats from January 11th.