Photo Exhibitions

Clive Arrowsmith: Amazement and Amusement

Clive Arrowsmith: Amazement and Amusement

For decades, Clive Arrowsmith’s fashion studies and portraiture have been celebrated for their creative vision and jubilant, expressive style; emphatic photographs of Bowie, McCartney, Sammy Davis Jr. or Jagger are created from a mixture of the photographer’s alluring brand and his traditional art school training. The Welsh photographer from Mancot gained recognition as one of the leading photographers of his…
Nathalie Daoust: Korean Dreams

Nathalie Daoust: Korean Dreams

Photographer Nathalie Daoust’s newest project, Korean Dreams, is a complex series that probes the unsettling vacuity of North Korea. Piercing its veil with her lens, these images reveal a country that seems to exist outside of time, as a carefully choreographed mirage. Daoust has spent much of her career exploring the chimeric world of fantasy: the hidden desires and urges…
Through: Windows and Mirrors in Twentieth-Century Photography

Through: Windows and Mirrors in Twentieth-Century Photography

See Through: Windows and Mirrors in Twentieth-Century Photography brings together a group of images that are doubly framed—once by the camera lens and again by the border of a mirror or window. By refracting and distorting, revealing and concealing, these reflective and transparent surfaces both draw attention to the photographer’s efforts to frame the world and expose the contingent nature…
Sasha Gusov: Bolshoi Ballet

Sasha Gusov: Bolshoi Ballet

The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography presents an exhibition from photographer Sasha Gusov, which will display a cycle of photographs of the Bolshoi Ballet Company. The exposition will include about 50 unique shots made during the period between 1992 to 2016, from behind the scenes of the “big ballet”, the brand that emerged during the first and incredibly successful tour…
Amy Arbus: Self – Exposures

Amy Arbus: Self – Exposures

We are pleased to present Tub Pictures, a series of previously unknown, nude self-portraits from acclaimed photographer AMY ARBUS created during a 1992 master class with Richard Avedon. This riveting and important photographic document consists of eight black and white photographs of the artist in stark light without clothing, undefended as she confronts and considers the death of her mother,…
The Fashion Show

The Fashion Show

Fashion, by definition, is the predominant style of a particular time and place, an entity that provides posterity with a window into cultural values both past and present. Thanks to the pioneering works of fashion photographers such as George Hoyningen-Huene, Lillian Bassman, and William Klein, fashion has been preserved through the ages and continues to in uence the world around…
HackelBury: Twenty

HackelBury: Twenty

HackelBury Fine Art is pleased to present Twenty, an exhibition celebrating two decades of the gallery, 14th June – 10th August 2018. This is the first in a series of exhibitions that will explore the gallery’s history of collecting and exhibiting work by photographers at the forefront of their practise. Works by Berenice Abbott, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Irving Penn, and Willy…
From the Archive: Masters of 20th Century American Photography

From the Archive: Masters of 20th Century American Photography

From the Archive: Masters of 20th Century American Photography demonstrates the gallery’s expertise in American modernist photography from the post World War II era, and draws from the gallery’s vast and ever-changing inventory. Some of the artists featured are: Ansel Adams, Diane Arbus, Margaret Bourke-White, Harry Callahan, Robert Frank, Frank Gohlke, Kenneth Josephson, Annie Leibovitz, Danny Lyon, W. Eugene Smith,…
Leonard Freed: A Concerned Worldview

Leonard Freed: A Concerned Worldview

This historic show of over fifty master prints have never been shown in the US and span his half century in photography. Including vintage and later prints both iconic and unknown; all exhibit his mastery of a profoundly humanist approach to photography. As the world continues to grow in appreciation of the quality and relevance of the huge body of…
Danny Lyon: Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement

Danny Lyon: Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement

A giant of post-War documentary photography and film, Danny Lyon helped define a mode of photojournalism in which the picture-maker is deeply and personally embedded in his subject matter. A self-taught photographer and a graduate of the University of Chicago, Lyon began his photographic career in the early 1960s as the first staff photographer for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee,…
Aaron Siskind: I Love Aaron Siskind

Aaron Siskind: I Love Aaron Siskind

By 1930, the Modernist aesthetic had prevailed over Pictorialism as the benchmark of the new photographic art. Long gone were the rites of obscuring its mechanical apparatus in the romanticism of painterly softness. Sharp focus and formal emphasis, qualities inherent in the camera, had come to define the medium. Aaron Siskind would redefine it. That same year, Siskind made his…
Daniel Coburn: Becoming a Specter

Daniel Coburn: Becoming a Specter

Some photographs faithfully record the world in front of them. Others bend the objects presented to the camera through the mind’s lens, transforming them beyond surface appearances. This latter approach reveals the surrealism already present within the real, confronting us directly with the ambiguities we too often deny. Daniel Coburn’s Becoming a Specter, on view at Elizabeth Houston Gallery from…
Judy Dater: Only Human

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist’s work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area photographer Judy Dater. This exhibition will provide a survey of Dater’s work, celebrating her achievement as a pioneering figure in 1970s feminist art and her subsequent creative evolution. Living most of her life in…
Alice Springs (June Newton): Portraits

Alice Springs (June Newton): Portraits

In June’s Room, on the occasion of the 95th birthday of June Newton, who worked under the name Alice Springs, are around 30 portraits, some previously unseen, from the foundation’s collection. In the context of the Sozzani collection, they are mainly of artists, photographers, and fashion designers. Alice Springs started working in the 1970s on her own photographic oeuvre, which…
Steven Arnold: Revelations

Steven Arnold: Revelations

Espacio Mínimo gallery, as it did with other past exhibitions such as Tom of Finland or James Bidgood in previous seasons, puts its attention on this occasion in another of the most important, and at the same time most forgotten, references of the queer culture of the last decades of the last century, STEVEN ARNOLD. One of the most unique…
Daidō Moriyama: SCENE

Daidō Moriyama: SCENE

Daido Moriyama is recognised as one of the few living modern masters of photography from Japan and is certainly the most celebrated photographer to emerge from the Japanese Provoke movement of the 1960s. Hamiltons presents Daido Moriyama: SCENE, an exhibition of photographs selected by gallery owner Tim Jefferies from Moriyama’s extensive oeuvre and produced exclusively for Hamiltons as silkscreens on…
Stefan Moses: Artists / Künstler

Stefan Moses: Artists / Künstler

A man disappears. He turns his face to the camera, holding a mask in front of his mouth, thus removing his person from reality. Only the dark eyes remain, a high forehead with grey hair, wrinkled hands showing traces of age. The rest has evolved – at least for the short moment of a photograph; for the “elusive moment”, in…
Hommage à Willy Ronis

Hommage à Willy Ronis

This exhibition presents a selection of Willy Ronis’s work. For Ronis photography is not an end in itself but a means of expressing his experience of the social realities around him. Hommage à Willy Ronis June 6th – July 13th, 2018 Galerie ARGENTIC 43 Rue Daubenton, 75005 Paris, France www.argentic.fr
Jacques-Henri Lartigue: C’est chic!

Jacques-Henri Lartigue: C’est chic!

“In 1998, I asked Paul Smith, to write a small introduction to our very first exhibition of Jacques Henri Lartigue. He very kindly agreed. It was a seminal moment for the gallery as we were showing my favorite 20th century artist and his work was affirmed by a man who I had such huge respect for and whose style was…