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Robert Adams: The New West

Robert Adams: The New West

The open American West is nearly gone. A longstanding classic of photobook publishing, The New West is a photographic essay about what came to fill it-freeways, tract homes, low-rise business buildings and signs. In five sequences of pictures taken along the front wall of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, Robert Adams has documented a representative sampling of the whole suburban Southwest.…
Marc Krüger: Animato

Marc Krüger: Animato

Animato evokes movement, flow, especially in the city, inert mineral structure contrasting with the organic and alive side of men crossing from side to side, like an arrow. The passage of man from one place to another, and all life and existence that can be part of this change of state. The crowd scenes disputing the quieter beaches where the…
The World of Fred Stein

The World of Fred Stein

Rosenberg & Co. is honored to represent the estate of Fred Stein, and opens the exhibition, The World of Fred Stein, on Thursday, November 19. The solo show features approximately fifty vintage, gelatin silver photographic prints taken by Stein during his time in Paris preceding World War II, his subsequent life in New York City, and post-war journeys back to…
Eli Reed: Black in America

Eli Reed: Black in America

Eli Reed has been documenting the black experience in America from the time he began taking pictures. This volume, “Black in America”, is his provocative and often poignant portrait of black life in America. As a photographer, Reed is known for his unflinching coverage of events both large an small. Here we see tender moments between parents and children contrasted…
Sergio Larrain: Retrospective

Sergio Larrain: Retrospective

The exhibition traces Sergio Larrain career in a mostly chronological fashion, from the abandoned children to the freer images of the satori and the drawings that occupied him for nearly thirty years. The terms he uses to describe the state of grace necessary for ‘receiving’ a good image are mystical, even spiritual, as if the images were already present in…
Guido Argentini: Argentum

Guido Argentini: Argentum

Color and texture radically influence how we perceive shapes. While looking for an innovative approach on a 1995 Miami photo shoot, photographic master Guido Argentini was moved to coat a model in silver makeup. The result was as beautiful as it was intriguing– the subtly grayish tones highlighted angles and surfaces in a way that was other-worldly. Inspired by the…
Cetywa Powell: The Art of Burlesque

Cetywa Powell: The Art of Burlesque

The Art of Burlesque is Cetywa Powell’s photography project, following the burlesque group, the Lalas. The Lalas, run by choreographer Erin Lamont, are a traveling burlesque group that fuse professional dance with striptease. Despite their striptease, Erin Lamont runs the Lalas like a professional dance company. They rehearse, book venues and perform for a live audience every weekend. Unlike normal…
Francesca Woodman: On Being an Angel

Francesca Woodman: On Being an Angel

Foam shows an overview of the exceptional and intense work of an American photographer, Francesca Woodman (1958-1981). Woodman used photography as an extremely personal means of expression, as if wearing her skin inside out, making herself the only subject of her work. Her photographs were shown in a number of major international exhibitions and they have inspired artists all over…
David Parker: Myths and Landscape

David Parker: Myths and Landscape

Myths and legends have often been inspired and shaped by geologic landforms and, similarly, British photographer David Parker uses the natural world as an arena for the personal exploration of new mythic, symbolic, and metaphoric motifs. Myths and Landscape brings together images from Sirens and New Desert Myths, two larger projects created in parallel and sharing a common esthetic. For…
Craigie Horsfield: Workers

Craigie Horsfield: Workers

Seven new prints by Craigie Horsfield, portray the lives of people working with heavy machines in a factory in Krakow. The prints are derived from photographic negatives originally made in the early 1980s after Horsfield had lived and studied in Poland through the 1970s. The interlude between the initial making of the photograph and the printing is, for Horsfield about…
Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album-vintage Prints from the Sixties

Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album-vintage Prints from the Sixties

Lying hidden away in Dennis Hopper’s home until their discovery months after the artist’s death in 2010, this collection of spectacular photographs, exhibited only once in 1969 – 70 at the Fort Worth Art Center Museum, is a testament to Hopper’s prolific and enormous talent behind the camera. These photographs are spontaneous, intimate, poetic, observant, and decidedly political. While some…
Naum Granovsky: Grand Style

Naum Granovsky: Grand Style

The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography presents Naum Granovsky’s Grand Style. The exhibition encompasses acknowledged works of the photographer and pictures from his numerous trips across the country, previously unseen by the public. Exploring the legacy of one of the leading architectural photographers of Stalin era, the exhibition will trace the development of representation of Soviet cities in photography and…
Serge Clément: Dépaysé

Serge Clément: Dépaysé

Dépaysé explores the intimate connection between the Canadian artist and his work. The exhibition at Fotografie Forum Frankfurt features fifty black and white photographs and an oversized hand-made artist book. This body of work was developed on the margins of the artist’s many photographic projects over a forty-year career. For Clément, photography has always been closely related to the book,…
Alec Soth: Georgia Dispatch

Alec Soth: Georgia Dispatch

Over two sweltering, bug-swarming weeks in July 2014 the LBM Dispatch crew (superbly assisted by Stephen Milner and Brett Schenning) covered 2,400 miles in Georgia, exploring the State’s diverse landscapes, histories, and narratives that were alternately harrowing and inspiring. From the Civil War to the last beleaguered Gullah Geechee community on Sapelo Island, the result is a sort of see-sawing…
Xavier Guardans: Windows

Xavier Guardans: Windows

Windows is the debut volume of photographer Xavier Guardans (born 1954), produced in 2006 while exploring the Kenyan wilderness. These black-and-white portraits of individuals from a variety of Kenyan tribes–including Turkana, Samburu, Masai, Rendille, Gabra and Pokot–were shot through the window of Guardans’ Toyota Land Cruiser. The background is empty (only bright white light outlines each individual), while the dark…
Tomasz Gudzowaty: Mexico’s Car Frenzy

Tomasz Gudzowaty: Mexico’s Car Frenzy

The small but lively and growing community of automotive enthusiasts in Mexico City consists of people who mostly have to work hard and full time to support their passion. but they are ready to devote any spare moment to their classic, fancy, custom tuned, muscle or otherwise exceptional cars. And they never miss any opportunity to gather together to appreciate…
Beate Gutschow: S

Beate Gutschow: S

At first glance, the large-format black-and-white photographs by Beate Gütschow are reminiscent of authentic documentations of urban scenes: monumental architecture, decaying buildings, rusty automobile parts. Yet the images are the result of complex digital manipulation: they are montages consisting of numerous photos taken by Gütschow on her various journeys and later assembled to create a single picture. They are often…
Philippe Halsman: Astonish Me!

Philippe Halsman: Astonish Me!

Philippe Halsman (Riga, Latvia, 1906 – New York, 1979) had an exemplary career that lasted over forty years from his beginnings in Paris in the 1930s to the immense success of his studio in New York between 1940 and 1970. This exhibition, which brings together almost 300 works, showcases works from every period. In 1921, Philippe Halsman found his father’s…
Umberto Verdoliva: Ah-MEN

Umberto Verdoliva: Ah-MEN

Ah-MEN is the title of a project born from the idea of focusing on a real and definable starting point (and constant reference) for an entire photographic path – to find those situations and circumstances that keep repeating themselves. A catholic church, the place of choice, is not just seen as a religious building and/or a sacred place, but especially…