Elizar Veerman is a Moluccan-Dutch documentary and portrait photographer based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
His photographic practice is particularly concerned with the effects of Post-Colonial legacies. Focusing on black and brown adolescent bodies at the peripheries, he explores representations of displacement, masculinity and diaspora.
Bodies displaced in street environments which are a direct result of colonial histories and its shared legacies.
His portraiture is present in exhibitions, books, print and the online environment.
Education
2020 - 2021
Internship Dana Lixenberg, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2017 - Now
BA Documentary Photography, Royal Academy of Art, The Hague, The Netherlands
Publications
2021
“Mo & Yous”, GNKK 2022
2021
"Moluccan Legacies", NPO 1 Khalid & Sophie television
2021
"Moluccan Legacies", NRC in Beeld
2020
"MONO FORMA", KRZAK Papier issue 2
2020
“MONO FORMA”, Baobab Magazine issue 3
Group Exhibitions
2021
“Moluccan Legacies”, Lloydkade Rotterdam, The Netherlands
2020
"MONO FORMA", Publieke Werken Rotterdam, The Netherlands
2020
"Futuruma Student Call", Noorderlicht Photography Festival, The Netherlands
2020
“MONO FORMA”, Rotterdam Photo Festival
2019
“MONO FORMA”, The Balcony, The Hague
Projects
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