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Robert Frank: Hold Still, Keep Going

Robert Frank: Hold Still, Keep Going

Hold Still, Keep Going is the long-awaited reprint of the catalogue to Robert Frank’s (born 1924) 2001 exhibition at the Museum Folkwang in Essen. Though the artist is best known for his seminal photobook The Americans (1959) and his experimental film Pull My Daisy (1959), until this publication, little scholarship existed on the intersection between Frank’s work in the disciplines…
Mark Perrott: Ancient Ink

Mark Perrott: Ancient Ink

Photographer Mark Perrott has spent the past several decades documenting the ever-expanding tribe of tattooed Americans. He began his study at Island Avenue Tattoo in Pittsburgh, PA in 1979, and since then has explored tattoo parlors all across America. In Perrot’s current series, ANCIENT INK, he turns his camera to the now diminishing tribe of highly decorated and graying Americans.…
Bastiaan Woudt: In and Out of Focus

Bastiaan Woudt: In and Out of Focus

Bastiaan Woudt has seen a meteoric rise within the world of contemporary photography. After starting his own photography practice from scratch a mere five years ago, with no experience or formal training, he has developed into a photographer with his own distinct signature style – abstract yet sharp, with a strong focus on detail. As a student of the history…
Schilte & Portielje – Photoworks Beyond Reality Vol. II

Schilte & Portielje – Photoworks Beyond Reality Vol. II

Schilte&Portielje create subtle work with a magical aura that can not be read immediately. The large and small photographic images are black and white, with a gradated range of grey tones that seem to be drawn with chalk. By opting to work in black and white and through the strange magic whereby even the title offers no hint or clue,…
Sebastião Salgado: A Life in Photography

Sebastião Salgado: A Life in Photography

Spanning the entirety of Salgado’s career, with sixty images on view from 1978 through 2014, the chronologic installation at Peter Fetterman Gallery will showcase iconic prints and new acquisitions culled from the myriad of socio-political topics, cultures and conflicts explored by the photographer. The installation will specifically focus on the human subjects of Salgado’s work and are selected from his…
Sibylle Bergemann: Eine retrospektive Werkschau

Sibylle Bergemann: Eine retrospektive Werkschau

From 1967 onwards, Bergemann worked as a freelance photographer und created numerous reportages, fashion spreads and portraits for art and culture magazines in the GDR, such as Sonntag and Sibylle. After German unification, she worked for magazines like GEO, Die Zeit, Spiegel, Stern, and The New York Times Magazine. For her, photography was a means of artistic expression, and to…
Melvin Sokolsky: Imagination in Flight

Melvin Sokolsky: Imagination in Flight

Gilman Contemporary celebrates iconic photographer Melvin Sokolsky with a retrospective of photographs by the illustrious artist. His work is characterized by his sense of fantasy and invention, surrealism and illusion. Sokolsky was born and raised in New York City where he started his career as a photographer. At the age of twenty-one he was invited to join the staff of…
Gabriele Croppi – New York: Metaphysics of the Urban Landscape

Gabriele Croppi – New York: Metaphysics of the Urban Landscape

Throughout the 20th century we have seen every form of landscape, nude, and other genre captured in gelatin silver and platinum prints by scores of brilliant artists. But to produce innovative black-and-white images in the 21st century that reveal something fresh and exciting is indeed very difficult. Moreover, to find an artist who is capturing photographs of New York City,…
Forging a Modern Society – Photography and Corporate Communication in the Industrial Age (1911-1937)

Forging a Modern Society – Photography and Corporate Communication in the Industrial Age (1911-1937)

“Forging a modern society” showcases a collection of glass plate negatives and positives from an industrial archive and pieces together the journey they have taken over time. These photographs from the era of industrialisation, discovered in 2007 at the Lycée Technique Privé Emile Metz in Dommeldange and featured in an exhibition at the Centre national de l’audiovisuel (CNA – National…
Kevin Horan: Chattel

Kevin Horan: Chattel

If the photographer’s ungulate neighbors came to the studio and asked to have their portraits made, this is what would happen. Treated as portrait subjects, they seem to have personalities. Perhaps they do, and the photograph allows us to see them. Or perhaps the language of the photo cues us to generate the impression of a personage. One wonders if…
Edward Quinn: Riviera Cocktail

Edward Quinn: Riviera Cocktail

The French Riviera of the Fifties was an exciting place with much change in the air. Rock and roll and the bikini, existentialism and the atom bomb. Edward Quinn chronicled a playground that was influenced by international trends, but very much its own universe. On the Riviera every night was a party. Born in Dublin in 1920, Edward Quinn played…
In Treno Verso l’Europa. Gabriele Basilico

In Treno Verso l’Europa. Gabriele Basilico

The exhibition presents, for the first time, the Gabierle Basilico’s work, achieved in 1993 and commissioned by the Italian State Railway. Following train stations itineraries, he created a geographic journey, but also a journey across time and the most recent european history. Gabriele Basilico In Treno Verso l’Europa April 20th – July 20th, 2017 TAG – TheArtGallery Via Frasca 3…
The Champ – My Year With Muhammad Ali

The Champ – My Year With Muhammad Ali

Award winning photojournalist Michael Gaffney captured a rare insider’s view of Ali’s world as his personal photographer in 1977-1978. On Saturday, June 17th, we will open our doors to share with you the life and legacy of Ali through the lens of Michael Gaffney honoring the 1-year anniversary of his passing. Gaffney’s collection of work entitled, “The Champ” showcases intimate…
John Witzig: A Golden Age: Surfing’s Revolutionary 1960s and ’70s

John Witzig: A Golden Age: Surfing’s Revolutionary 1960s and ’70s

Surfing’s formative period from 1965 to 1978, as shown through the most complete book of the iconic images of photographer John Witzig. Chronicling the great creative years in the evolution of surfing, the late 1960s and early ’70s, this engaging volume documents the revolutionary changes of the era—in board length, in surf style and technique—through the images of Australian photographer…
Ruth Bernhard: Five Decades

Ruth Bernhard: Five Decades

The gallery is pleased to announce that 29 photographic works by Ruth Bernhard have recently been added to the permanent collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum. The museum holds one of the world’s preeminent collections of photographs and has become an important center for the study of the history and art of photography. Bernhard joins the ranks of the…
Harry Callahan, Aaron Siskind, Minor White: Black, White & Abstract

Harry Callahan, Aaron Siskind, Minor White: Black, White & Abstract

Black, White & Abstract considers the work of three of the most important and influential American photographers of the 20th century: Harry Callahan, Aaron Siskind, and Minor White. The BMA is fortunate to have strong holdings of works by Callahan and Siskind, and now White as well thanks to the recent acquisition of the nine-part series Sound of One Hand…
Jean-Baptiste Huynh: Nude and Nature

Jean-Baptiste Huynh: Nude and Nature

The exhibition ‘Nude and Nature’ by Jean-Baptiste Huynh shows more than 30 works, many of them will be on display for the very first time worldwide. In 2012, Jean-Baptiste Huynh had a solo exhibition in the Louvre Museum in Paris. Jean-Baptiste Huynh Nude and Nature May 13th – July 8th, 2017 CAMERA WORK Kantstrasse 149 10623 Berlin–Charlottenburg camerawork.de
Sebastião Salgado: Kuwait: A Desert of Fire

Sebastião Salgado: Kuwait: A Desert of Fire

La Photographie Gallerie presents a stunning series of images by acclaimed photographer Sebastião Salgado depicting the burning Kuwaiti oil fields of the 1991 Gulf War. Sebastião Salgado was born on 8 February 1944 in Aimorés in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, and currently lives in Paris with his wife and greatest accomplice, Leila Wanick Salgado. Having trained as an…
Lucien Clergue: Poésie en noir et blanc

Lucien Clergue: Poésie en noir et blanc

The exhibition shows a selection of photographs from 50 years work.Born in Arles in 1934, Lucien Clergue referred to himself throughout his entire life as an artist in photography, unlike his photo reporter colleagues. From his early twenties on he adamantly insisted on keeping his artistic liberty, declining repeated offers of the media, however tempting they might have been. His…
Meryl Meisler: Purgatory & Paradise: Sassy 70s Suburbia & the City

Meryl Meisler: Purgatory & Paradise: Sassy 70s Suburbia & the City

Paradise & Purgatory: SASSY ’70s Suburbia & The City juxtaposes intimate images of home life on Long Island alongside NYC street and night life – the likes of which have never been seen. Quirky, nostalgic and a bit naughty, it’s a genuine cultural capsule of a decade that captivates today’s generation. The photos and stories illustrate Meryl’s coming of age:…