August Sander at Hauser & Wirth

August Sander at Hauser & Wirth

‘I hate nothing more than sugary photographs with tricks, poses and effects. So allow me to be honest and tell the truth about our age and its people’. — August Sander New York… Beginning 20 April 2017, Hauser & Wirth…
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Ulrich Wüst: Stadtbilder | Nachlass

Ulrich Wüst: Stadtbilder | Nachlass

Trained as an urban planner, Wüst came to photography in the 1970s as a rhetorical tool for studying the development of cities. This work quickly developed into a critique of the East German approach to city building and led ultimately…
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Nancy Borowick: A Life In Death

Nancy Borowick: A Life In Death

“As a child, I simply couldn’t imagine life without my parents. I assumed that they would be there for every important milestone in my life, and that they would grow old together. I never thought that I would lose them…
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Pentti Sammallahti: Warm Regards

Pentti Sammallahti: Warm Regards

photo-eye Gallery is delighted to announce Warm Regards, an exhibition of small-scale traditional black-and white gelatin silver prints by preeminent Finnish photographer Pentti Sammallahti. A traveler and a visual poet, Sammallahti has travelled widely from his native Scandinavia, photographing across…
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Buried Reflections in the Silo

Buried Reflections in the Silo

Francesco Merlini, Samuele Pellecchia, Igor Posner and Devin Yalkin, four black&white photographers whose diaristic approach to photography has been recognized worldwide with exhibitions and publications. Four intimacies blended into a collective reflection that aims at using the visual result of…
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Sage Sohier: Americans Seen

Sage Sohier: Americans Seen

Americans Seen will present a key selection of Sage Sohier’s black and white photographs of people in their environments. Taken in the late 1970’s to the early 1980s her portraits reveal a particular time and place. Distinctly American, yet collectively…
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Mark Steinmetz: South

Mark Steinmetz: South

Yancey Richardson Gallery is pleased to present South, an exhibition of photographs by Mark Steinmetz. The exhibition is comprised of black-and-white photographs drawn from the artistʼs decades-long career photographing the southeastern United States, primarily in Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee and Mississippi.…
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Emil Otto Hoppé: Unveiling a Secret

Emil Otto Hoppé: Unveiling a Secret

The focus of the two new exhibitions at Die Photographische Sammlung/SK Stiftung Kultur is industrial photography with its various contexts of origin, its formal-aesthetic positing, and its content-related implications. Emil Otto Hoppé (*1878 in Munich) – his name is often…
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Ryuji Taira: Vicissitudes

Ryuji Taira: Vicissitudes

A true treat for the eyes is currently on view at the Clairefontaine gallery in Luxembourg: still life photographs from concentration and inner peace, which are printed with precious platinum palladium on a high quality Gampi paper. Ryuji Taira is…
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Sebastião Salgado: Kuwait

Sebastião Salgado: Kuwait

For his second solo exhibition at Sundaram Tagore Chelsea, world-renowned photographer Sebastião Salgado presents a selection of stunning monochromatic photographs from his landmark series Kuwait. Shot in 1991 as the Gulf War drew to a close, the images in this…
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Lee Miller at Galerie Hiltawsky

Lee Miller at Galerie Hiltawsky

Galerie Hiltawsky is pleased to present an extensive retrospective of the American photographer Lee Miller (1907 -1977). The exhibition showcases eighty of her works and has been developed in close collaboration with the Lee Miller Archive in East Sussex, Southern…
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Karen Kuehn: Maverick Camera

Karen Kuehn: Maverick Camera

Maverick Camera is a collection of Karen Kuehn’s work primarily centered on her time as a professional photographer in New York City. Previously a Ranger for the US park service in Montana, Kuehn arrived in NYC in the late 1980’s…
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