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Johny Pitts: Afropean: Travels in Black Europe

Johny Pitts: Afropean: Travels in Black Europe

In Afropean writer and photographer journalist Johny Pitts (Sheffield, UK) examines the life of black communities, travelling across Europe. In search of the “Afropean” identity he went across the continent travelling from London to Paris, via Brussels, Amsterdam, Berlin, Stockholm, Moscow, Rome, Marseille, Madrid and Lisbon sketching an underexposed story about the continent in words and images. He travelled to…
Vincent Peters: Selected Works

Vincent Peters: Selected Works

Over the last quarter century, Vincent Peters’s photographs have graced the pages of Vogue, Glamour, and GQ and defined fashion campaigns from Dior to Hugo Boss to Yves Saint Laurent. One of the most sought-after portrait and fashion photographers, Vincent Peters prints also have a significant following in the fine art market. Vincent Peters’s photographs are defined by their precision,…
Art for the Community: The Met’s Circulating Textile Exhibitions, 1930–40

Art for the Community: The Met’s Circulating Textile Exhibitions, 1930–40

In honor of The Met’s 150th anniversary, Art for the Community will highlight a series of groundbreaking exhibitions organized by the Museum between 1933 and 1942. Almost a quarter of New York City’s population visited “Neighborhood Circulating Exhibitions,” which were developed in response to an inquiry from a Queens high school teacher. This remarkable initiative brought selections from the Museum’s…
Paul Jasmin: Lost Angeles

Paul Jasmin: Lost Angeles

It is with great pleasure that the Fahey/Klein Gallery announces the new exhibition dates for Paul Jasmin: Lost Angeles, a selection of works celebrating Jasmin’s long career and the gallery’s first exhibition by the legendary Los Angeles photographer. Paul Jasmin’s photographs are a dreamy tableau that takes the viewer on a journey of seductive beauty and erotic ennui. Lost Angeles…
Elliott Erwitt’s Dogs

Elliott Erwitt’s Dogs

Elliott Erwitt’s masterpiece is now available in a handy format and an unbeatable price – a treasure for both dog lovers and photography aficionados. In a heartfelt and original tribute to man s best friend, this photographic master captures all the diversity of the canine kingdom. We witness Fido s many moods from playful, perky scamp to quiet and constant…
Tom Zetterstrom: Moving Point of View

Tom Zetterstrom: Moving Point of View

Raising questions about established photographic realities, Tom Zetterstrom’s silver prints, made throughout the 1970s and 80s, synthesize traditional landscape photography with a cinematic sweep of motion. Shot from a car, a train, or airplane, the unique combination of elements that results – some adrift, some still – makes the viewer acutely aware of his lagging eyes and mind when confronted…
One Third of a Nation: The Photographs of the Farm Security Administration

One Third of a Nation: The Photographs of the Farm Security Administration

A tale of America, told through iconic photographs from the 1930s, is the subject of One Third of a Nation: The Photographs of the Farm Security Administration, which depicts the challenges impoverished families were enduring with photographs by Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans, and Gordon Parks, among others. Taken together, the exhibition demonstrate the extraordinary power of photography to define an…
Laurent Baheux: Lions

Laurent Baheux: Lions

The French photographer Laurent Baheux dedicates his new book to the “King of the Animals”-the lion. Breathtaking black-and-white images create a powerful portrait of one of the most majestic and endangered species in the world. For almost 20 years, he has journeyed across Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, Namibia, and Botswana to capture the wild lion living freely in its natural…
Matt Lipps: Solve for X

Matt Lipps: Solve for X

Over the past twenty years, Matt Lipps has developed a distinctive photographic practice that pays tribute to the history of twentieth century photography while also questioning the dominant myths that structure our cultural narratives. This exhibition presents new work from two related but distinct series, both of which incorporate analogue photography, collage and printed media. Matt Lipps Solve for X…
Cecil Beaton at Beetles+Huxley

Cecil Beaton at Beetles+Huxley

An exhibition of vintage photographs by Cecil Beaton will trace his career from his early works in the 1920s through to the 1960s. As a prominent member of the ‘Bright Young Things’ in London during the 1920s, Beaton was uniquely placed to photograph a generation of young socialites, avant-garde artists and writers. Stylish and experimental, his bold use of pattern,…
Paris: The City of Light in the 50s & 60s

Paris: The City of Light in the 50s & 60s

Post-war Paris brought a blossoming of culture and thought. The Nouvelle Vague transformed French cinema, young couturiers reinvigorated French fashion, existentialism flourished in literature and philosophy, and the city swung and swayed to a vibrant jazz and rock ‘n’ roll scene. In the middle of it all, was Paul Almasy. The well-traveled photojournalist, born in Hungary, had made Paris his…
Acting Out: Cabinet Cards and the Making of Modern Photography

Acting Out: Cabinet Cards and the Making of Modern Photography

Acting Out: Cabinet Cards and the Making of Modern Photography offers the first-ever in-depth examination of the photographic phenomenon of cabinet cards. Cabinet cards were America’s main format for photographic portraiture through the last three decades of the nineteenth century. Inexpensive and sold by the dozen, they transformed getting one’s portrait made from a formal event taken up once or…
René Groebli: Platin Palladium Prints 1946 – 2006

René Groebli: Platin Palladium Prints 1946 – 2006

The exhibition “René Groebli – Platinum Palladium Prints” introduces the viewer to the exciting work of Groebli with pictures that were created using the noblest, most stable and most exclusive process. Each enlargement is unique. Such a print loses none of its intensity over time and is not permanently damaged by exposure to light. The shades of gray are many…
John Cohen: Look Up to the Moon

John Cohen: Look Up to the Moon

In the summer of 1955 a relatively naive and uninformed John Cohen crossed the straits of Gibraltar. He arrived in Tangier with a handwritten note in cursive Arabic; the man who had composed it in New York had told him to “keep this paper far from your passport.” Cohen had no idea why or indeed what the note said; it…
Lee Miller: To believe it

Lee Miller: To believe it

More than 75 years ago Lee Miller accompanied the American troops as a war photographer on behalf of Vogue as they marched from Normandy via Paris, Alsace, the Rhineland, Hesse and Thuringia to the Elbe in Torgau (and then to Bavaria). The exhibition shows a selection of over one hundred photographs capturing scenes of the 2nd World War. Lee Miller…
Thomas Barrow: Trivia and Trivia 2, The Verifax Prints, 1973

Thomas Barrow: Trivia and Trivia 2, The Verifax Prints, 1973

Thomas Barrow’s distinguished career in photography is characterized by a remarkable range and complexity of imagery. As one who almost immediately abandoned the traditional approach to photography, Barrow has found inspiration in the work of experimental printmakers and painters and was deeply influenced by the Bauhaus approach of the Institute of Design, where he studied in the 1960s. Although his…
Anders Petersen: Stockholm

Anders Petersen: Stockholm

Photographer Anders Petersen has spent four years documenting the people and urban spaces of Stockholm. The work is a unique document of our time, its hustle and bustle and tranquil spaces, its joy, sorrow and love. Following in a tradition of Stockholm photographers, this, however, is the first time Anders Petersen has chronicled his own city. He has previously documented…
Dimitris Yeros: A Lesbos Diary

Dimitris Yeros: A Lesbos Diary

Throckmorton Fine Art is pleased to offer an exhibit of over forty black and white photographs and some color by Dimitris Yeros, one of the most influential Greek artists of his generation. The images span over thirty years of the artist’s life on the island of Lesbos, during which he has taken many hundreds of photographs and recorded every corner…
Hans-Christian Schink: 1h

Hans-Christian Schink: 1h

“1h” – One hour is the duration of Hans-Christian Schink’s gaze towards the sun, and the name of its pictorial representation through photography. He uses overexposures, called solarisations, which are only possible through analogue methods. The sun is rarely considered as a physical element. Its constant presence as a star is largely ignored by our consciousness. Human optical perception registers…
Antanas Sutkus: Children

Antanas Sutkus: Children

This book takes us deep into Antanas Sutkus’ favorite motif as a photographer: children and their world. It is a theme he returned to again and again, presenting its myriad facets as well as the many interactions between the lives of children and adults. “Childhood is the most important platform for me as a photographer,” says Sutkus, “Children live in…