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Elaine Mayes: Haight-Ashbury: Portraits 1967-1968

Elaine Mayes: Haight-Ashbury: Portraits 1967-1968

Elaine Mayes (born 1936) was a young photographer living in San Francisco’s lively Haight-Ashbury District during the 1960s. She had photographed the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967 and, later that year, during the waning days of the Summer of Love, embarked on a set of portraits of youth culture in her neighborhood. By that time, the hippie movement had turned…
Magnum Photos: The Misfits

Magnum Photos: The Misfits

“Magnum Photos. The Misfits” in the project room of the Helmut Newton Foundation is the second parallel exhibition to the extensive main exhibition “HOLLYWOOD” on the museum’s upper level. With “The Misfits”, we look back to an important era of major film productions. Arthur Miller’s play was filmed by John Huston in 1960 with a star-studded cast, and nearly all…
Jay Dusard: Cowboy with a Camera

Jay Dusard: Cowboy with a Camera

Etherton Gallery is excited to welcome visitors to see the work of one of the most influential photographers of the American West, Jay Dusard, in our new summer show, Jay Dusard: Cowboy with a Camera. Cowboy with a Camera features a selection of monumental scale, cowboy portraits most of which were made during 1980-1982. In 1981, Jay Dusard was awarded…
Roger A Deakins: BYWAYS

Roger A Deakins: BYWAYS

This is the first monograph by the legendary Oscar-winning cinematographer Sir Roger Deakins, best known for his collaborations with directors such as the Coen brothers, Sam Mendes and Denis Villeneuve. It includes previously unpublished black-and-white photographs spanning five decades, from 1971 to the present. After graduating from college Deakins spent a year photographing life in rural North Devon, in South…
Tod Papageorge: “The Beaches 1975-1981”

Tod Papageorge: “The Beaches 1975-1981”

Danziger Gallery L.A. is pleased to present the first showing of Tod Papageorge’s photographs taken in the late seventies and early eighties of Los Angeles beachgoers. An early participant in the American school of street photography Tod Papageorge’s path has taken him from the streets of New York to the capitals of Europe, from black and white to color, and…
Josef Koudelka: Industries

Josef Koudelka: Industries

Josef Koudelka started using a camera in panoramic format in 1986 while participating in the photographic mission of the DATAR, whose objective was to “represent the French landscape of the 1980s”. He thus crisscrossed France, then the entire world, to take stock of modern humanity’s influence on the landscape. This exhibition gathers 40 panoramic photographs that bear witness to major…
Pierre Fatumbi Verger: United States of America 1934 & 1937

Pierre Fatumbi Verger: United States of America 1934 & 1937

Pierre Fatumbi Verger is considered one of the most outstanding photographers of the twentieth century as well as a recognized researcher in the field of African Diaspora and religion studies. Verger traveled to the United States of America in 1934 and 1937, during the Great Depression, producing a collection of stunning images that document the national symbols that configure American…
David Katzenstein: RITUAL

David Katzenstein: RITUAL

These photographs by David Katzenstein emerged from his lifelong artistic journey as a visual chronicler of humanity. His mission led him to travel to many parts of the world to experience other cultures and peoples firsthand, capturing images that relate to the themes he is drawn to. In the process, he came to be fascinated by rituals. The book contains…
William Klein: Afrique

William Klein: Afrique

In 1963, Klein traveled to Africa on assignment for the British men’s magazine, Town, and the Weekly Telegraph. From Dakar to Niger to Senegal, Klein made photographs with his bold inimitable style. Some of the images were published, but most remained as negatives and slides in storage and were never printed or exhibited to the public. The work was recently…
James Nachtwey

James Nachtwey

Gowen is honoured to present James Nachtwey’s first solo exhibition at the gallery featuring a selection of his historical photographs from the 1980s onward. These iconic images serve both as a collective memory and as a meditative journey into the human soul. This is the very first exhibition of Nachtwey’s work in the French-speaking part of Switzerland. Since 1981, James…
Susan Meiselas: Mediations

Susan Meiselas: Mediations

The exhibition Susan Meiselas . Mediations is the first retrospective in Germany of the Magnum photographer’s over 50-year oeuvre—from her early portraits of neighbors to intimate shots of strippers to her iconic photographs from crisis and war zones. „How do you work as a photographer? There’s always this uncomfortable, unequal balance of power. How do you break that down? How…
Timurtaş Onan: İstanbul Timeless

Timurtaş Onan: İstanbul Timeless

Timurtaş Onan, who is considered as one of the important representatives of contemporary fine art photography, has published his new book ‘Istanbul Timeless’. The book includes 120 black and white photographs of the artist. ‘Istanbul Timeless’ is the third of Onan’s five-book series dedicated to Istanbul. The first two books are ‘Istanbul Against All Odds’ (2018) and ‘IstanbulCity of Strange…
Donna Ferrato: Holy

Donna Ferrato: Holy

Daniel Cooney Fine Art announces our first and very timely solo exhibition of photographs and unique collages by the feminist activist artist Donna Ferrato. Celebrated for her notorious photographs of domestic violence that were published in her iconic book “Living With The Enemy” (Aperture, 1991) Ferrato has photographed the complex lives of women for over 50 years. The exhibition proudly…
Herlinde Koelbl: Angela Merkel. Portraits 1991–2021

Herlinde Koelbl: Angela Merkel. Portraits 1991–2021

When Angela Merkel’s tenure as German chancellor came to a close in autumn 2021, it also marked the end of a project for Herlinde Koelbl that is without parallel in her own or any other photographer’s oeuvre. For three decades, the artist took, at regular intervals, the portrait of someone who became one of the most powerful politicians in the…
Jon Lowenstein: South Side

Jon Lowenstein: South Side

Jon Lowenstein’s photographs show that photos are not stuck in a single moment, but can reveal a long and deeply felt story. His is a slow process built over decades. The documentary photographer’s themes are social injustice, racism, and systemic violence. With each project he develops deep, decades-long ties to the communities that he documents. His work on the situation…
George Tice: Lifework

George Tice: Lifework

“It takes the passage of time before an image of a commonplace subject can be assessed. The great difficulty of what I attempt is seeing beyond the moment; the everydayness of life gets in the way of the eternal.” – George Tice The gallery’s current exhibition is a tribute to the lifework of George Tice, including many vintage prints of…
Sebastião Salgado: Master Works + Amazônia

Sebastião Salgado: Master Works + Amazônia

Robert Klein Gallery is pleased to announce concurrent exhibitions: Master Works and Amazônia. Join us Wednesday, May 25th 5-7pm for a reception with the artist at Leica Gallery Boston to view “Master Works”, a selection of Salgado’s seminal photographs from the 1980’s to the present. Additionally, Robert Klein Gallery Newbury Street debuts “Amazônia” a 7 year project documenting the threatened,…
Paolo Gasparini: Field of Images

Paolo Gasparini: Field of Images

Paolo Gasparini is the photographer who has best portrayed the cultural tensions and contradictions of the South American continent. His images convey the harsh social reality faced by a region whose cultural authenticity is unquestionable, and where the past and local traditions parley with a clumsily imposed modernity. Gasparini creates an oeuvre with its own visual language that always seems…
Tomasz Gudzowaty: SUMO

Tomasz Gudzowaty: SUMO

The Polish photographer and filmmaker Tomasz Gudzowaty is actually known for his perfection – clear compositions, precisely chosen image frames, carefully considered down to the last detail. However, the approach to his Sumo series is completely different. For his photographic tribute to the Japanese national sport Sumō, Gudzowaty confronts his subject with the rebellious aesthetic of ‘are-bure-bokeh,’ which means rough,…
Gordon Parks in Pittsburgh, 1944/1946

Gordon Parks in Pittsburgh, 1944/1946

Gordon Parks in Pittsburgh, 1944/1946 is an exhibition that offers an in-depth presentation of Gordon Parks’s (American, 1912–2006) photographs of the Penola, Inc. grease plant in Pittsburgh and its workers who supplied essential goods to US troops during World War II. This examination of an important chapter in Parks’s landmark career features more than 50 photographs that have not yet…