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10 Pin-Ups of Famous Actresses from Hollywood’s Golden Age

10 Pin-Ups of Famous Actresses from Hollywood’s Golden Age

A pin-up model is a model whose mass-produced pictures see wide appeal as popular culture. Pin-ups are intended for informal display, i.e. meant to be “pinned-up” on a wall. Pin-up models may be glamour models, fashion models, or actors. The pin-up images could be cut out of magazines or newspapers, or on a postcard or lithograph. Such pictures often appear…
Gallery of Winners: MonoVisions Black & White Photography Awards 2017

Gallery of Winners: MonoVisions Black & White Photography Awards 2017

MonoVisions Photography Awards announced the prize winners of its 2017 Photo Contest. The winning photos were selected from more than 4,000 entries from all over world. The jury of the 1st annual Photo Contest has selected an image by Dutch photographer Kars Tuinder as the Black & White Photo of the Year 2017 and $2000 cash prize. In series category,…
Common Ground: Photographs by Fazal Sheikh, 1989-2013

Common Ground: Photographs by Fazal Sheikh, 1989-2013

The exhibition features more than 170 portraits and landscapes chronicling individuals living in displaced and marginalized communities around the world, many times as the result of war, exploitation, and poverty. Photographs in Common Ground span a period from 1989 to 2013, offering deeper insight into major world events, racial strife, and mass global displacement in places such as East Africa,…
Michael Crouser: Mountain Ranch

Michael Crouser: Mountain Ranch

In the snowy early spring of 2006, photographer Michael Crouser was invited to Sweetwater Ranch in Northwestern Colorado by his friends Matt and Hope Kapsner. They thought the artist might be interested in documenting their neighboring ranchers during calving season. Initially reluctant about making the trip, once he arrived, Crouser soon was pleasantly surprised to find the fourth-, fifth-, and…
Ezra Stoller Photographs Frank Lloyd Wright

Ezra Stoller Photographs Frank Lloyd Wright

Beyond Architecture, with images selected from the entire Stoller archive of more than 50,000 images, includes views of Post-War American factories, construction sites, hydroelectric dams and printing plants. The photographs capture a sense of a “lost America” – an America that once was, and is no longer – including photographs of workers making televisions in Queens and calculators in Pennsylvania,…
Eugene Richards: The Run-On of Time

Eugene Richards: The Run-On of Time

For the past several decades, photographer Eugene Richards (American, b. 1944) has explored complicated subjects, including racism, poverty, emergency medicine, drug addiction, cancer, the American family, aging, the effects of war and terrorism, and the depopulation of rural America. His style is unflinching yet poetic, his photographs deeply rooted in the texture of lived experience. In his wide range of…
Rudi – Discovering the Weissenstein Archive

Rudi – Discovering the Weissenstein Archive

Rudi Weissenstein (1910 – 1992) was the most prominent chronicler of everyday life in the young state of Israel and his photographs are essential to understanding the country’s social history. Primarily taken between the 1930s and the 1970s, Weissenstein’s photographs capture a multifaceted Israel during the early years of its formation. After taking over Pri-Or PhotoHouse in Tel Aviv in…
Danny Lyon: Present Future

Danny Lyon: Present Future

For over 50 years Lyon has demonstrated a consistent engagement with social and political issues and concern for many of the people he photographed. The exhibition features vintage photographs from Silverman Museum Collection, some of which were featured in Lyon’s museum show. “I am proud to have represented Danny Lyon for over 35 years and to be able to exhibit…
Helmut Newton: Unseen

Helmut Newton: Unseen

Helmut Newton is represented by original prints in various formats from the three key genres of fashion, portraiture, and nudes. Selected from the foundation’s archive, they have for the most part not been previously shown. These complement Newton’s well-known work and include portraits of Jeremy Irons at the Ritz Hotel in London, Michael Gross at a swimming pool in Dortmund,…
Rafael Rojas: Timeless

Rafael Rojas: Timeless

“Timeless” is an exclusive monograph of fine art photography in black and white of the city of Venice, by fine artist Rafael Rojas, Master Hasselblad 2014 photographer. The photographic plates contained in the book tackle the subject matter from an artistic and strongly personal point of view, with the aim of transcending a merely documentary photographic approach to Venice. The…
Massimiliano Camellini: Al di là dell’acqua

Massimiliano Camellini: Al di là dell’acqua

“Al di là dell’acqua” presents 14 artworks by the photographer Massimiliano Camellini. The exhibition is the result of a long-standing photographic project that took place over a period of four years and which examined the interiors of a large number of cargo ships belonging to the companies of various nations. Informed by the literary influences of Novecento by Alessandro Baricco,…
The Dark Carnival: Portraits from the Endless Night

The Dark Carnival: Portraits from the Endless Night

For some, heaven will not be a perpetual dawn but rather an endless night – an eternity of the wild hours between dusk and sunrise.The Dark Carnival is a celebration of human beings given the rare space to play out their fantasy visions of themselves, the fleeting impressions of people dressed up for the glorious night caught in all their…
Josef Koudelka: Invasion, Exiles, Wall

Josef Koudelka: Invasion, Exiles, Wall

“When I left Czechoslovakia, I was discovering the world around me. What I needed most was to travel so that I could take photographs.” Josef Koudelka Prague, Wenceslas Square, August 22, 1968: An arm is thrust into the picture. The watch on its wrist indicates the time. In the days before, tanks of the Warsaw Pact had entered the city…
Renato D’Agostin: 7439 MILES TO (RE)DISCOVER AMERICA!

Renato D’Agostin: 7439 MILES TO (RE)DISCOVER AMERICA!

No American road trip looms larger in our collective consciousness than the one bound west, and has been both the favorite subject and a formidable challenge for most artists, from Robert Frank to Jack Kerouac. In 2015, Italian-born photographer Renato D’Agostin took the challenge and travelled the 7,439 miles from New York to Los Angeles on his 1983 BMW motorcycle,…
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…