Huis Marseille, Museum for Photography is a photography museum in Amsterdam. It opened in 1999.
Huis Marseille was the first photography museum in the Netherlands when it opened in 1999; the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam, the Fotomuseum Den Haag in The Hague, and FOAM in a nearby building have opened since. The museum is housed in a residence built around 1665 for a French merchant, and contains 13 exhibition spaces and a restored room in Louis XIV style; the building was restored and the museum extended into the adjacent building in 2007–2013.Exhibitions generally use the entire space and have mostly featured documentary photography. They have included Rob Hornstra's Sochi Project, photographs of Kyoto by Jacqueline Hassink, Sarkis' Ring Portraits, work by Juul Kraijer, and various photographers' works portraying dance.
Official Website https://www.huismarseille.nl/
Phone +31 20 531 8989
Address Keizersgracht 401, 1016 EK Amsterdam, Netherlands
Coordinates 52°22'3.496" N 4°53'5.313" E