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Wayne Gudmundson: Trees of Burgundy

Wayne Gudmundson: Trees of Burgundy

Joseph Bellows Gallery is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition, Wayne Gudmundson: Trees of Burgundy. This exhibition will open on November 7th and continue through December 23rd, 2015. A reception for the artist will be held on Saturday, November 7th, from 6 – 8 pm. Accompanying and complementing this solo exhibition will be a group themed show, entitled Regarding Trees.…
Katia Repina: Llámame Marta (Call me Marta)

Katia Repina: Llámame Marta (Call me Marta)

In recent years the porn industry in Spain has changed a lot. There are so many actresses that the majority fails to live only from porn shoots; they have to do webcams, bachelor parties or even prostitution. More and more women dare to try porn everyday. This happens because of several reasons. One of them is the economic crisis that…
Bragi Kort: Outdoor Nudes

Bragi Kort: Outdoor Nudes

I work both in b/w and colour but sometimes b/w just works better, especially in fine art nude, or lets say I am only recently beginning to make colour fine art nudes because before my opinion was all fine art should only be in colour. I also make landscape photos in b/w because with the technic today converting colour to…
Florian Bachmeier: White Death

Florian Bachmeier: White Death

The photo reportage shows the return of a disease called tuberculosis. The epidemic occurs, where hardship and poverty prevail, nowhere in Europe it is more widespread than in the Republic of Moldova. Florian Bachmeier has accompanied the victims of the disease with his camera, captured their life and death in black and white images. He did what a photographer and…
Henri Cartier-Bresson: The man, the Image and the World. A Retrospective

Henri Cartier-Bresson: The man, the Image and the World. A Retrospective

The autumn season at Ateneum will feature French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004), considered the father of photoreportage. Ateneum’s retrospective exhibition will include almost 300 photographs, archive material and films relating the story of this star of international photographic art. The exhibition is presented together with Magnum Photos and the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation (Paris). Henri Cartier-Bresson The man, the Image and…
Emil Otto Hoppé: The German Work

Emil Otto Hoppé: The German Work

Between 1925 and 1938, photographer E.O. Hoppé traveled the length and breadth of Germany, recording people and places at one of the most tumultuous times in the country’s history. He photographed movie stars and captains of industry, workers and peasants, and captured the birth of the Autobahn and UFA film studios in its heyday. He saw the rise of fascism,…
Chien-Chi Chang: Jet Lag

Chien-Chi Chang: Jet Lag

“Today is Monday, so this must be Zurich.” For those who travel a lot, the world becomes a steel-and-concrete construct of interchangeable flight crews, hotel rooms, and check-in counters. In this jet-setting life, the most important thing is that the power adapter fits. For Jet Lag, award-winning photographer Chien-Chi Chang (born 1961 in Taiwan) has created succinct black-and-white images of…
Jan Gulfoss: Surreal Black and White Wildlife

Jan Gulfoss: Surreal Black and White Wildlife

Jan Gulfoss, Artist and explorer was born in Holland. Fascinated by nature from an early age, Gulfoss developed a particular interest in birds. He expressed this in his painting, and he also recorded the spectrum of sound reflected in their song. At the age of sixteen, he moved to the South of France, where he studied Law and Art, in…
Roger Ballen: Animal Abstraction

Roger Ballen: Animal Abstraction

Animal Abstraction collects one body of work by photographer Roger Ballen (born 1950). Enigmatic, beautiful and often disturbing, these black-and-white photographs are staged in desolate interiors where humans interact with animals to create mysterious tableaux that reflect Ballen’s fascination with the animal kingdom. Roger Ballen Animal Abstraction Publisher: Reflex Editions (2012) ISBN-13: 978-9071848001 Hardcover: 100 pages Order the book: www.rogerballen.com/animal-abstraction
Nude Ambrotypes by James Weber

Nude Ambrotypes by James Weber

James has been creating photographic art for over 19 years in a variety of photographic mediums including wet plate, film, polaroid, and digital. Portrait and nude studies have always been a constant study of James’ personal work. James has immersed himself in the second oldest photographic process ever created, wet plate collodion, which has helped create a bond between himself…
Fan Ho: Into The Light

Fan Ho: Into The Light

M97 is pleased to announce Into The Light, a solo exhibition of vintage silver gelatin prints by Fan Ho, one of the great masters of black and white photography. This is Fan Ho’s first solo exhibition at M97 and the first ever exhibition of the artist’s photographs in his native Shanghai, where he started his career at the age of…
Tomasz Gudzowaty: Urban golf in India

Tomasz Gudzowaty: Urban golf in India

Golf is often considered a game of the wealthy (which it normally is), but its modern, elitist form evolved from a simple farm game. The essential equipment consists of a crooked stick and balls, and virtually any area can be used as a course. In this way, golf can be played by people from all walks of life. A group of boys living in…
Philip Jones Griffiths: A Welsh Focus on War and Peace

Philip Jones Griffiths: A Welsh Focus on War and Peace

A new exhibition celebrating the life and work of Philip Jones Griffiths, is to be staged at the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth. Philip Jones Griffiths – A Welsh Focus on War and Peace features explores his early work in Britain, his world renowned photographs documenting various wars and their effects, as well as lesser known works in the period…
Great Landscape Photos Awarded in Monochrome Awards 2014

Great Landscape Photos Awarded in Monochrome Awards 2014

Monochrome Photography Awards conducts an annual competition for Professional and Amateur photographers. Their mission is to celebrate monochrome visions and discover most amazing photographers from around the world. The 2014 Monochrome Awards received nearly 7000 submissions from 86 countries around the world. Check our selection of landscape black and white images awarded in 2014 edition of Mono Awards. Monochrome Photography Awards 2015…
Ilse Bing: An Avant-Garde Vision

Ilse Bing: An Avant-Garde Vision

Galerie Edwynn Houk is pleased to present a selection of rare vintage prints by the photographer Ilse Bing (U.S., born Germany, 1899-1998). The exhibition “Ilse Bing: An Avant-Garde Vision”, which opens in the Zurich gallery on September the 9th, 2015, features some of her most iconic works from a renowned ten year period in Paris. Other important images from her…
John Leuba: Welles Garage

John Leuba: Welles Garage

I was five years old when I first encountered Peter and Welles garage. My grandfather brought his lawn mower there to be fixed. This was an old lawn mower. The kind which arguably should have been laid to rest and there were no longer parts readily available for it. Welles garage was one of few the places you could take…
René Groebli: Early Works

René Groebli: Early Works

The exhibition will present a unique selection of vintage prints and a recent edition of these two series, showcased this Fall by the publication of the book René Groebli, Early Works by Sturm & Drang editions. The Galerie Esther Woerdehoff is pleased to present two emblematic series of early works by the Swiss photographer René Groebli, born in 1927: Magie…
Danny Lyon: Conversations with the Dead

Danny Lyon: Conversations with the Dead

Edwynn Houk Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of rare, vintage photographs by Danny Lyon from his groundbreaking series, Conversations with the Dead. In 1967-68 Lyon spent over fourteen months inside Texas prisons, photographing and befriending inmates. Drawn from his own archive, many of the works on view are the first prints made and used to edit and lay…
Claudio Menna: There’s no place like home

Claudio Menna: There’s no place like home

Naples, Montesanto district. In the heart of inner city, (actually heritage of UNESCO ) cohabit many different realities. Montesanto is a popular district in the center of the city full of life and activities: there’s a metro station, an Hospital, a college of architecture and a big open air popular market. Walking through it you can smell all the passion…
Paolo Pellegrin: As I was Dying

Paolo Pellegrin: As I was Dying

“When I do my work and I’m exposed to the suffering of others –their loss or, at times, their death – I feel I am surviving as a witness; my role and responsibility is to create a record for our collective memory. Part of this, I believe, has to do with notions of accountability. Perhaps it is only in their…