Lewis Baltz: Nevada

Lewis Baltz: Nevada

Nevada is a central work of Baltz’s continued interest in the American West and its changing landscape. The photographs describe the development of the desert region of Nevada, near Reno: construction sites and their artifacts, vistas of newly built tract…
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Jacob A. Riis: Light in Dark Places

Jacob A. Riis: Light in Dark Places

Kunstforeningen GL STRAND presents an exhibition about the Danish-American Jacob A. Riis (1849-1914), who is known for his ground-breaking photojournalistic work. His photos were part of his work to improve the living conditions of the many poor imigrants in New…
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Tomas van Houtryve: Blue Sky Days

Tomas van Houtryve: Blue Sky Days

Anastasia Photo is pleased to present Tomas van Houtryve’s first exhibition at the gallery. Blue Sky Days presents a visual record of the drone war through aerial imagery that elegantly weaves together documentary and fine art. Starting in 2013, van…
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Isaac Julien: Looking for Langston

Isaac Julien: Looking for Langston

Galerie Ron Mandos is proud to present an exhibition on Isaac Julien’s seminal poetic film Looking for Langston (1989). The series is an homage by acclaimed artist Isaac Julien (1960, London) to Langston Hughes and the Harlem Renaissance. This award-winning…
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David Yarrow: Wild Encounters

David Yarrow: Wild Encounters

Much like the photographs curated for the exhibition, Yarrow’s publication Wild Encounters, features a composite of his work captured over the years, containing exciting and fascinating tales of his adventures in the field. In the book, Yarrow chronicles his journeys,…
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UNSEEN: Silhouettes and Shadows

UNSEEN: Silhouettes and Shadows

Peter Fetterman Gallery is pleased to present the first installment of a reoccurring exhibition platform titled UNSEEN. The presentation aims to show new artists, rare bodies of work, and singular gems from the gallery’s leading collection of fine art photography…
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Richard Renaldi: Manhattan Sunday

Richard Renaldi: Manhattan Sunday

Benrubi Gallery is pleased to present Manhattan Sunday, the gallery’s second solo exhibition by Richard Renaldi. Manhattan Sunday is a photographic diary from 2010 to the present. As the name suggests, the pictures were all taken in Manhattan, in the…
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Jady Bates: You As Angel

Jady Bates: You As Angel

This series depicts the process we all go through in learning to love oneself. It is an awkward, joyful, illuminating, exhausting, humorous and messy affair. Rapprochement is a word I believe approaches this state. We each live with conflict inside…
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Michael Zagaris: Total Excess

Michael Zagaris: Total Excess

Michael Zagaris’ photographic oeuvre is the one of the last great unseen rock archives. After a short career working under Senator Robert Kennedy, Zagaris dove into the rock music scene of 1970’s San Francisco, where he was responsible for shooting…
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American Classics

American Classics

Pace London is pleased to announce American Classics, an exhibition of key works by photographers who emerged in postwar America. On a continuum between artistic vision and documentary investigation, these artists photographed North American people, culture and landscape. Works by…
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Alfredo Srur: Heridas

Alfredo Srur: Heridas

Latin America is often described as one of the most violent regions in the world. Reasons for criminality and violence are complex, yet the urban areas characterized by their lack of law and order are specifically prone to eruptions of…
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Sabine Weiss – Museum im Bellpark

Sabine Weiss – Museum im Bellpark

Sabine Weiss is considered one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century, despite the fact that her work is still relatively unknown. This exhibition provides an opportunity to rediscover the work of a photographer who alongside notable associates…
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Stephen Dupont: White Sheet

Stephen Dupont: White Sheet

Stills Gallery is delighted to present White Sheet Series by celebrated Australian photographer Stephen Dupont. Over the past two decades, Dupont has produced a remarkable body of work that captures his subjects with great dignity and intimacy, often in some…
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Lee Friedlander: Western Landscapes

Lee Friedlander: Western Landscapes

Lee Friedlander: Western Landscapes focuses on the photographs the artist made during a series of road trips through the 1990s and 2000s. Working with a large negative, a wide-angle lens, and photographing from unconventional vantage points, Friedlander’s square-format photographs draw…
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Robert Mapplethorpe: Icon

Robert Mapplethorpe: Icon

Robert Mapplethorpe is a cultural icon. He began his career taking Polaroids in the 1970s and went on to become one of the twentieth century’s most important artists. Well known for his provocative nudes, Mapplethorpe also took sensual photographs of…
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Joni Sternbach: Her Wave

Joni Sternbach: Her Wave

Von Lintel Gallery is pleased to announce a solo show of unique tintype photographs by Joni Sternbach culled from the artist’s ongoing series: Surfland. The exhibition, the artist’s first with the gallery, focuses on portraits of female wave-riders on the…
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