Sebastião Salgado: GENESIS

Sebastião Salgado: GENESIS

Archaic volcanic landscapes, arctic ice masses, meandering river canyons, moun­tain chains enveloped in mist, primordial rainforests and endless sand dunes – Genesis is a visual homage to the blue planet. In opulent black-and-white photo­graphs, the photographer Sebastião Salgado documents the…
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20 Striking Portraits from Monochrome Awards

20 Striking Portraits from Monochrome Awards

Monochrome Photography Awards conducts an annual competition for Professional and Amateur photographers. Their mission is to celebrate monochrome visions and discover most amazing photographers from around the world. The 2014 Monochrome Awards received nearly 7000 submissions from 86 countries around…
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Don McCullin: Retrospective

Don McCullin: Retrospective

First published in 2001, this retrospective survey offers both an examination of Don McCullin’s photographic career as well as a record of half a century of international conflict. Coinciding with the photographer’s eightieth birthday, this expanded edition of Don McCullin…
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Marc Erwin Babej: Mask of Perfection

Marc Erwin Babej: Mask of Perfection

Beauty as product? – What happens when our subjective perceptions of natural beauty are confronted with the plastic surgeon’s scientific, geometry-based standard of beauty? The women portrayed by Marc Erwin Babej are all in their Twenties and conform to perceptions…
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Cy DeCosse: Midnight Garden

Cy DeCosse: Midnight Garden

Cy DeCosse’s flower photos have often been described as magical – and never more so than those in his Midnight Garden series. These are flowers few people ever see – blooms that open at dusk and, like the enchanted beings…
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Christophe Gin: Colonie

Christophe Gin: Colonie

The Fondation Carmignac aims to support and promote works of investigative photojournalism documenting areas often underrepresented in mainstream news coverage. This year’s edition of the Award focuses specifically on parts of France that have become so-called ‘lawless areas’ (zones de…
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Elliott Erwitt: Retrospective

Elliott Erwitt: Retrospective

Elliott Erwitt has been taking pictures since the late forties. This exhibition is a unique and comprehensive survey of his work. Erwitt’s unmistakeable, often witty, style gives us a snapshot of the strange and the mundane over a period of…
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Wayne Gudmundson: Trees of Burgundy

Wayne Gudmundson: Trees of Burgundy

Joseph Bellows Gallery is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition, Wayne Gudmundson: Trees of Burgundy. This exhibition will open on November 7th and continue through December 23rd, 2015. A reception for the artist will be held on Saturday, November 7th,…
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Florian Bachmeier: White Death

Florian Bachmeier: White Death

The photo reportage shows the return of a disease called tuberculosis. The epidemic occurs, where hardship and poverty prevail, nowhere in Europe it is more widespread than in the Republic of Moldova. Florian Bachmeier has accompanied the victims of the…
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Emil Otto Hoppé: The German Work

Emil Otto Hoppé: The German Work

Between 1925 and 1938, photographer E.O. Hoppé traveled the length and breadth of Germany, recording people and places at one of the most tumultuous times in the country’s history. He photographed movie stars and captains of industry, workers and peasants,…
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