Werner Bischof: Point of View

Werner Bischof: Point of View

Swiss Magnum photographer Werner Bischof (1916-1954) worked as a photojournalist for legendary magazines like Life and Picture Post. Over the two decades prior to his premature death in 1954, he produced a memorable and multifaceted oeuvre. To mark the centenary…
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Herb Ritts: Super

Herb Ritts: Super

Ritts was largely self-taught with no formal training in photography, yet by the late 1980s he had become a celebrity, just like the people he photographed, “a testament to his natural talents and likeability… Some people are born visually sophisticated…
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Enrique Metinides: Exhibition

Enrique Metinides: Exhibition

From 1948 until his forced retirement in 1979, the Mexican photographer Enrique Metinides took thousands of images and followed hundreds of stories in and around Mexico City. And what images and stories they were: car wrecks and train derailments, a…
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Miklós Vörös: Lost and Found

Miklós Vörös: Lost and Found

Though at first glance they seem like random junk stacked next to each other, in reality, the compositions of lost and found objects are well-thought, revealing us fascinating stories. The photos of Miklós Vörös are exhibited at the Faur Zsófi…
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Viktor Kolar: Canada, 1968-1973

Viktor Kolar: Canada, 1968-1973

Born in 1941 and raised in Ostrava, Kolář fled to Austria soon after the 1968 Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia. Shortly after relocating, he discovered that Canada was seeking “young and healthy people” to immigrate, so he and a friend…
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Josef Koudelka: Gypsies

Josef Koudelka: Gypsies

As the very last panel of ‘The official program of the Korea-France Year 2015-2016’, The Museum of Photography, Seoul organizes a solo exhibition of Czech-born French photographer, Josef Koudelka to celebrate the program’s closing. He is known best in both…
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Calder & Nevelson, In Their Studios

Calder & Nevelson, In Their Studios

Best known for his images of the life and work of American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, this exhibition highlights for the first-time, Pedro E. Guerrero’s intimate documentation of renowned sculptors Alexander Calder and Louise Nevelson in their homes and studios.…
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Ulrich Wüst: Public and Private

Ulrich Wüst: Public and Private

Peer behind the Iron Curtain to see how creativity resists conformity. Ulrich Wüst‘s photos capture the depersonalization of urban life in cities beset by standardized prefab housing blocks and looming Soviet monuments. At the same time, he reveals the creative…
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John Schott: Route 66 Motels

John Schott: Route 66 Motels

In the summer of 1973, John Schott drove Route 66 from the Midwest to California and back, sleeping in his pick-up truck and photographing with an 8 x 10 inch Deardorf view camera. Among his subjects were the motels situated…
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Susan kae Grant: Convergence

Susan kae Grant: Convergence

Constructed entirely as triptychs, these new works envision multiple states of consciousness, adding a cinematic nature to the viewer’s experience. Moving from image to image is simultaneously engaging and unsettling which suggests a strong sense of familiarity and disorientation. Viewing…
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