Tom Arndt: Where I Live

Tom Arndt: Where I Live

Tom Arndt: Where I Live features more than 35 photographs from 2015 to 2016, which capture the character of Arndt’s native Minnesota (as well as North Dakota and Montana). He portrays everyday citizens — in their coffee shops and soda…
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Bruce Davidson: Bruce Davidson

Bruce Davidson: Bruce Davidson

This summer WestLicht presents the first retrospective exhibition in Austria on the work of Bruce Davidson (born Chicago, 1933) one of the leading exponents of humanist photography and with close to sixty years of membership one of the most prominent…
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Window Dressing

Window Dressing

A window is a clear, flat encased plane dividing inside from outside. An object of many features; it is transparent yet offers protection, it reveals and obscures, brightens, separates, collapses, and reflects. When paired with other objects or ornamentation, a…
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Irving Penn: 1950

Irving Penn: 1950

Featuring both editorial and personal work from just a single year of Penn’s legendary seven-decade career, the exhibition explores the breadth of artistic vision and technical mastery of arguably the most prolific and respected photographer of the 20th century. 1950…
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Helen Levitt: Pairs and Apples

Helen Levitt: Pairs and Apples

The show highlights Levitt’s unique gift for capturing the way people communicate through body language, with special emphasis on one of her perennial interests: pairs of people sharing a moment in the streets and on the stoops of her native…
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Steve Schapiro: The Fire Next Time

Steve Schapiro: The Fire Next Time

First published by The New Yorker in 1963, The Fire Next Time, considered to be one the most eloquent and powerful explorations of race in America, catapulted James Baldwin into literary fame. After reading Baldwin’s essays, Steve Schapiro convinced Life…
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Elaine Mayes: Summer of Love

Elaine Mayes: Summer of Love

Elaine Mayes: Summer of Love coincides with the 50th anniversary of the summer of love; a period of great social, cultural, and political change that brought together over 100,000 like-minded young people to San Francisco to usher in a new…
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Sebastiao Salgado: Genesis

Sebastiao Salgado: Genesis

Genesis is a quest for the world as it was, as it was formed, as it evolved, as it existed for millennia before modern life accelerated and began distancing us from the very essence of our being. It is a…
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Ryan Weideman: In My Taxi

Ryan Weideman: In My Taxi

This dynamic traveling exhibition provides a unique firsthand view into the ripe period of cultural diversity that characterized New York City’s evolution between the 1980s and the turn of the century; a period when the city experienced enormous economic and…
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Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing

Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing

Few 20th Century photographers have produced such instantly recognizable and iconic works as Dorothea Lange. Gain a new understanding of this beloved American photographer in OMCA’s upcoming exhibition Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing. Through the lens of her camera, Lange…
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Grey Villet: 1960’s America

Grey Villet: 1960’s America

Born in South Africa, Grey Villet traveled America and the world for LIFE magazine like an observant explorer, mapping its emotional contours in the faces and lives of its people. His in-depth, personal studies of the American scene of the…
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Zanele Muholi: Somnyama Ngonyama

Zanele Muholi: Somnyama Ngonyama

Zanele Muholi sees her artistic practice as “visual activism”, thereby ascribing to her images explicit and causal power to effect change. She has become known worldwide with Faces and Phases, her portrait photography of South Africa’s LGBTI scene. Faces and…
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Fritz Henle: The americas, 1930s-1960s

Fritz Henle: The americas, 1930s-1960s

Throckmorton Fine Art is pleased to present an important exhibition of photographs by the German-born 20th century photographer, FRITZ HENLE, (Dortmund, Germany 1909 – 1993). Photo-historian Helmut Gernsheim called FRITZ HENLE ‘the last classic freelance photographer.’ He was one of…
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