Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Mind’s Eye

Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Mind’s Eye

Henri Cartier-Bresson’s writings on photography and photographers have been published sporadically over the past 45 years. His essays several of which have never before been translated into English are collected here for the first time. The Mind’s Eye features Cartier-Bresson’s…
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Tomasz Gudzowaty: Synchronized Swimming

Tomasz Gudzowaty: Synchronized Swimming

Synchronized swimming, once known as water ballet, has grown from its humble origins to become a fully organized, internationally competitive sport, reaching the Olympics in 1984. It’s a female dominated discipline, though men compete internationally. Competitions are organized into four…
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Kevin Bubriski: Look into My Eyes

Kevin Bubriski: Look into My Eyes

Kevin Bubriski worked for nine years in Nepal, and has also photographed his numerous journeys to India, Tibet, and Bangladesh. Over the past decade Kevin has worked overseas in fifteen Muslim countries on photographic assignments concerned with Islamic culture and…
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Michael Kenna: Forms of Japan

Michael Kenna: Forms of Japan

This beautiful book presents a meditative, arresting, and dazzling collection of 240 black-and-white images of Japan, made over almost 30 years by the internationally renowned photographer Michael Kenna. A rocky coast along the sea of Japan; an immense plain of…
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Christian Cravo: Twenty Five Years

Christian Cravo: Twenty Five Years

Throckmorton Fine Art is pleased to present TWENTY FIVE YEARS by Christian Cravo, the fifth exhibition at the gallery by the Guggenheim Fellowship recipient. Spencer Throckmorton is proud to have represented Christian Cravo for the past twenty years, saying that…
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Peter Hujar: Lost Downtown

Peter Hujar: Lost Downtown

Paul Kasmin Gallery is pleased to announce Lost Downtown, the gallery’s first solo exhibition by acclaimed photographer Peter Hujar which will be on view at 297 Tenth Avenue from January 28 to February 27, 2016. The exhibition, presented in collaboration…
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Dr. Dain L. Tasker: Floral Studies

Dr. Dain L. Tasker: Floral Studies

Joseph Bellows Gallery is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition of an important collection of vintage x-ray photographs by Dr. Dain L Tasker. This exhibition will open on January 9th and continue through February 19th, 2016. A reception for the…
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Giacomo Brunelli: Hamburg

Giacomo Brunelli: Hamburg

At the invitation of the Hamburg Triennial of Photography, Italian photographer Giacomo Brunelli spent a residency in Hamburg in spring 2015. Brunelli had achieved international recognition for his series “The Animals”, published in 2008 by Dewi Lewis, and for the…
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Robert Adams: The New West

Robert Adams: The New West

The open American West is nearly gone. A longstanding classic of photobook publishing, The New West is a photographic essay about what came to fill it-freeways, tract homes, low-rise business buildings and signs. In five sequences of pictures taken along…
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Marc Krüger: Animato

Marc Krüger: Animato

Animato evokes movement, flow, especially in the city, inert mineral structure contrasting with the organic and alive side of men crossing from side to side, like an arrow. The passage of man from one place to another, and all life…
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The World of Fred Stein

The World of Fred Stein

Rosenberg & Co. is honored to represent the estate of Fred Stein, and opens the exhibition, The World of Fred Stein, on Thursday, November 19. The solo show features approximately fifty vintage, gelatin silver photographic prints taken by Stein during…
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Eli Reed: Black in America

Eli Reed: Black in America

Eli Reed has been documenting the black experience in America from the time he began taking pictures. This volume, “Black in America”, is his provocative and often poignant portrait of black life in America. As a photographer, Reed is known…
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Sergio Larrain: Retrospective

Sergio Larrain: Retrospective

The exhibition traces Sergio Larrain career in a mostly chronological fashion, from the abandoned children to the freer images of the satori and the drawings that occupied him for nearly thirty years. The terms he uses to describe the state…
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