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Vivian Maier – Street Photographer

Vivian Maier – Street Photographer

Vivian Maier, Street Photographer is a retrospective exhibition featuring the work of a female street photographer whose impressive oeuvre was only discovered at the end of her life – and then immediately caused a worldwide sensation. Vivian Maier (New York, 1926 – 2009) worked as a professional nanny throughout her life. In her free time, she documented life in large…
20 Amazing B&W Photos Awarded in ND Awards 2014

20 Amazing B&W Photos Awarded in ND Awards 2014

ND Awards (Neutral Density Awards) is international, prestigious photography competition. In 2014 edition, 24 international jurors reviewed over 3000 entries submitted by photographers in 76 countries. Jury picked the best of the best by awarding 90 Gold, Silver and Bronze medals and hundreds of Honorable Mentions. Take a closer look at selection of amazing black and white photos from entries…
Edward Steichen: In High Fashion

Edward Steichen: In High Fashion

Edward Steichen (1879-1973) was already a famous painter and photographer on both sides of the Atlantic when, in early 1923, he was offered one of the most prestigious and certainly the most lucrative position in photography’s commercial domain – that of chief photographer for Condé Nast’s influential and highly regarded magazines Vogue and Vanity Fair. Summoning up his exceptional talents,…
Hiroshi Sugimoto exhibition at Pace London

Hiroshi Sugimoto exhibition at Pace London

Capturing large-scale dioramas inside natural history museums, Sugimoto’s photographs initially seem to be documents of the natural world, featuring far-flung landscapes and wildlife. Sugimoto, however, dwells in the artifice of the images. Composed in crisp black and white and sharp tones, the pristine quality and stillness of these large-scale pieces reveal the inherent artificiality of the constructed worlds contained within…
Nicholas Nixon shoots four sisters every year for 40 years

Nicholas Nixon shoots four sisters every year for 40 years

In August 1974, Nick Nixon made a photograph of his wife, Bebe, and her three sisters. He wasn’t pleased with the result and discarded the negative. In July 1975 he made one that seemed promising enough to keep. At the time, the Brown sisters were 15 (Mimi), 21 (Laurie), 23 (Heather), and 25 (Bebe). The following June, Laurie Brown graduated…
Gerry Johansson: Antarktis

Gerry Johansson: Antarktis

In 2001, through a grant from the Swedish Polar Research Secretariat, Gerry Johansson travelled to the inaccessible and distinct landscape of Antarctica on a research trip for two months. With him on the journey he had a large-format camera and his fearless curiosity. The series of photos eventuate in an unusual reality relevant perspective, and capture the astonishing non-distance relationship…
Sandro Miller: Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters

Sandro Miller: Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters

The Fahey/Klein Gallery is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition, Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters, a new photographic collaboration between Chicago photographer Sandro Miller and actor John Malkovich. In 2013, Sandro set out to complete an ambitious series honoring the men and women whose photographs helped shape his career. After selecting forty one images to emulate, Sandro contacted…
Michael Kenna: France

Michael Kenna: France

Kenna first visited France in 1973 and has been photographing there since the early 1980s. He has produced thousands of photographs on subjects such as Mont St Michel, Le Notre’s Gardens, the Calais Lace Factories and Chateau Lafite Rothschild. France encompasses work from these projects and many others. Comprising 275 duotone plates, this gorgeous new book was edited by the…
Christopher Felver: American Jukebox

Christopher Felver: American Jukebox

American Jukebox profiles the spirit and heartbeat of our American musical heritage. Christopher Felver has collected over 240 photographs from tours and encounters with musicians over the past 25 years. From Doc Watson to John Cage and Mavis Staples to Sonny Rollins, this collection celebrates the tapestry and diversity of musical styles that make up the American sonic landscape. Caught…
Vera Lutter in Gagosian Gallery

Vera Lutter in Gagosian Gallery

Gagosian New York is pleased to present recent photographs by Vera Lutter. Inspired by New York’s light, architecture, and perpetual state of flux, Lutter turned to photography in the early 1990s as a means to record the continuously changing cityscape. To capture an immediate and direct imprint of her surroundings, she transformed her apartment into a large pinhole camera, employing…
Kajsa Gullberg: UNRAVELLED

Kajsa Gullberg: UNRAVELLED

In Unravelled, Kajsa Gullberg looks at the marks that life makes on us – both the physical and the psychological. Gullberg combines images of women bearing scars on their bodies with those of the natural world – hinting at both a sense of inevitability and our unrealistic dreams of perfection. These women expose themselves, putting on display what our culture…
Discover surreal photomanipulations by Tommy Ingberg

Discover surreal photomanipulations by Tommy Ingberg

Tommy Ingberg is a photographer and visual artist, born 1980 in Sweden. He works with photography and digital image editing, creating minimalistic and self-reflecting surreal photo montages dealing with human nature, feelings and thoughts. During the last couple of years he has received international recognition with his work shown in numerous publications and receiving awards and honorable mentions from many…
Living Arrangements at Joseph Bellows Gallery

Living Arrangements at Joseph Bellows Gallery

Joseph Bellows Gallery is pleased to announce its current exhibition, Living Arrangements. This group exhibition will present the work of Reenie Barrow, Bevan Davies, Scott B. Davis, Douglas R. Gilbert, Charles Johnstone, Gene Kennedy, Michael Mulno, and Phel Steinmetz. The exhibition presents emerging and established artists, championing the gallery’s mission to bring strong work to a contemporary audience and create…
Martin Bogren – Tractor Boys

Martin Bogren – Tractor Boys

Youngsters meet up on the village outskirts, racing their tractorcars, burning tyremarks into the warm summer asphalt. The smell of rubber, oil and souped-up engines fills the air when the engines speed. The cars form into a circle as the boys take turns in the middle. It is a game – showing their skills – showing off to the girls.…