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In 1883 a colonial exhibition was organised on a site behind the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam; it was the first exhibition in the Netherlands to be devoted exclusively to indigenous peoples, and their crops, products and trades. Laetitia Dujardin examines the intriguing role of photography and anthropology, and the interaction between the colonial exhibitions in Amsterdam, Antwerp and Brussels in the late 19th century.